Türk Polisi Virus (Ransomware)

Türk Polisi Virus (Ransomware) Description

ScreenshotTurk Polisi Virus is a computer threat that is identified as a Turkish ransomware. Turk Polisi Virus spreads with the help of a Reveton Trojan that locks the affected computer and asks the victim to pay a fine of 200 TRY (Turkish lira) via Ukash or Paysafecard to unlock the PC. A ransomlock Trojan creates and displays a bogus pop-up notification, which contains frightening information about supposed illegitimate online activities performed by the affected PC user. The falsified pop-up warning message of Turk Polisi Virus is a misleading method used by scammers to fool computer users into believing they have violated several laws. The false message of Turk Polisi Virus states that the PC user has been visiting prohibited websites, downloading and keeping copyrighted content, sending spam email messages to other PCs or distributing forbidden audio, video or other files to other computer users. The scary alert of Turk Polisi Virus claims that a camera inserted in an image records your video and photos for your identification. The phony alert of Turk Polisi Virus uses the name and logo of the Turkish Police in order to scare PC users into believing they are really guilty and must pay a ransom to avoid arrest and unblock computers. Ignore the deceptive warning of Turk Polisi Virus because it is an online scam created by attackers to swindle gullible computer users out of their money. You need to remove a Trojan with an appropriate security tool to completely uninstall Turk Polisi Virus from your PC.Screenshot

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The following messages associated with Türk Polisi Virus (Ransomware) were found:
Bilgisayarda yapilan tum islemler, kaydedilmektedir.
Web kamerasini kullandiginiz halde video ve fotograflari tespit icin kaydedilmektedir.
Bilgisayarinizi kilitlendi!
English translation:

All transactions on the computer are recorded.
The webcam is used to record video and images to identify you.
Computer is locked!

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