What is Ireland's National Police Service Virus?
If your computer is infected with Ireland's National Police Service Virus, keep in mind that the police in Ireland do not attempt to make you pay a fine by displaying a warning that contains various alleged charges. With this virus on your PC, you cannot access the system because a fraudulent message appears whenever the PC is turned on. Follow our advice and remove Ireland's National Police Service Virus as soon as you can if you do not want to have the PC damaged by the infection.
Why should I remove Ireland's National Police Service Virus?
Ireland's National Police Service Virus has a lot of different variants each of which is targeted at a specific country. In Canada, the threat is known as Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus; in the Netherlands, computer users encountered Politie Nederland Virus, while some computers in Spain were infected by Dirección General de la Policía Virus. The threats known in different territories are generated by the Urausy Trojan, so if you want to get rid of the full screen message, you have to delete the cunning virus instead of paying the money that is required in the message:
The amount of fine is €100 or £100.
You can pay a fine PaySafeCard or Ukash.
The foregoing excerpts show that you are expected to pay a considerable sum of money so that you can use the computer as you did before. Are you sure that the payment will result in the restore of the settings of the system? If you want to pay the money because you see that the Irish police, European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), and ICSPA are presented in the warning, you should know that this is how cyber criminals work. They attempt to create an alert that looks convincing by adding the names and logos of authoritative institutions. For example, there are such threats as FBI MoneyPak Virus, Europol Law Enforcement Agency Virus, and Interpol Trojan, all of which should be terminated as soon as possible.
How to remove Ireland's National Police Service Virus?
Automatic removal is by far the easiest way to kill a computer virus. Almost every computer users is familiar with the installation of software; hence Anti-Spyware-101.com team recommends that you install SpyHunter which will remove Ireland's National Police Service Virus for you. Note that some particular steps should be taken by those users who have Windows XP.
Ireland's National Police Service Virus Removal
- Reboot the computer.
- Start tapping the F8 key once the BIOS screen disappears.
- Highlight Safe Mode with Networking using the up/down arrow keys.
- Press Enter.
- Download SpyHunter from http://www.anti-spyware-101.com/download-sph and scan the PC once you have installed the application.
- Restart the computer.
- Tap the F8 key after the information about the hardware of your PC (BIOS startup screen) disappears.
- Using the arrow keys select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
- Click Yes on the dialog box.
- Go to the Start menu.
- Launch Run.
- In the box given, type “msconfig” and press OK.
- Open the Startup tab.
- Select the Disable All button.
- To save the changes, click on Apply.
- Download SpyHunter.
- Restart the PC.
- Run the installer and remove Ireland's National Police Service Virus.