Ransomware is a form of computer infection (virus) that is spread by hackers for the purpose of stealing funds from PC users around the world. This malicious software locks the screen of the infected computer (either desktop or laptop) and then asks for certain amount of money to be paid by user in order to unlock it. The majority of the latest ransomware infections present themselves as some scary warnings supposedly coming from the local police and other law enforcement bodies. The text of the ransomware message says that users were noticed to view a lot of illegal information over the Internet and to spread it to other computers. For example, users are accused of watching adult and other sinful information over the world wide web, spreading spam, supporting terrorist activities and using illegal copies of software, movies and audio samples. Normally, the ransomware instructs users to effect the fine (penalty or forfeit) into the favor of the crooks via special space in the desktop background which locked the screen. Hackers suggest users to effect the payment (ransom) through Ukash, Paysafecard or GreenDot MoneyPak payment systems by means of indication of their PIN codes (vouchers). However, sometimes they instruct users to indicate the above-mentioned information via emails that are real, yet fraudulent. You should not do it, no matter how scary the contents of the ransomware might be. Paying funds by means of indication of Ukash, Paysafecard or GreenDot MoneyPak voucher or PIN codes sent onto below-mentioned emails is a serious mistake, and we hope that you will never commit it. Thus, here are the email addresses associated with cyber crooks, fraudsters and hackers that you should avoid.
Summarizing the above-mentioned information, please ignore all offers of malware developers to waste funds by sending Ukash, Paysafecard or GreenDot MoneyPak voucher codes in their favor by email. This is most probably the non-refundable payment, so do not waste your money like that. Instead, disregard all such offers of malware makers and hurry up to remove this screen locker (ransomware program) by downloading GridinSoft Trojan Killer from the link below and running full scan with it.
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