Ministrstvo Za Notranje Zadeve Policija Virus (Ransomware)
Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus is a security infection that is identified as a ransomware application. Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija (Ministry of the Interior POLICE) Virus affects computer users in Slovenia. Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus proliferates with the help of a ransomware Trojan that blocks the targeted computer and asks the victim to pay a fine of 100 Euros via Ukash or Paysafecard to unlock the PC. A ransomlock Trojan generates and displays a fake pop-up image/notification, which carries alarming information about imaginary illegitimate actions performed by the so-called criminal. The phony pop-up warning message of Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus is a deceptive method used by scammers to trick computer users into believing they have breached federal laws. The fraudulent warning message of Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus states that the computer owner has been visiting malicious websites, downloading and spreading copyrighted content, sending spam emails or delivering forbidden audio, video or software to other computer users. The scary message of Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus claims that an online camera added to an image records your video and photos for your identification. The bogus alert of Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus uses the name and logo of the Slovenian police in order to intimidate PC users into thinking they are criminals and must pay a fine to avoid imprisonment and unblock computers. Reject the tricky alert of Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus because it is an online scam designed by cybercrooks to steal money from innocent computer users. You should delete a Trojan with a genuine security tool to completely remove Ministrstvo Za notranje zadeve Policija Virus from your PC.