My computer is stuck on one screen which says AFP (Australian Federal Police) and on right hand side it says Ukash where it is prompting me to pay fines for wrongly using laptop. What is that? Is it real? How do i unlock my computer?

Special Tips: If your computer is blocked and you are asked to pay 100 AUD to unlock it via Ukash or Paysafecard, please don’t pay for it since it is a scam. 

Australian Federal Police (AFP) Ukash Virus Description

Australian Federal Police Virus is classified as a Ransomware that has really been causing a panic in Australia. It can block your computer immediately once you log in Windows. Then it creates a pop-up alert that pretends to be from a legitimate law enforcement agency like Australian Federal Police to scare you and blocks you from accessing desktop, task manager and even your applications. It claims your computer is involved with the distribution of pornographic material, spam and copyrighted contents. And it requests you to transfer money online to unlock your computer. In order to pretend itself to be legitimate, this tricky virus is able to detect your IP address in an attempt to make you feel that your PC has been identified and targeted by law enforcement. It also can turn on your webcam automatically, misleading you into thinking the police is watching you.

Such Ransomware has been known to use combinations of spam e-mail messages, ZIP-archived file attachments, social networking, drive-by-downloads and exploit kits to deliver their payloads. Users may get it installed by clicking malicious code or distribute unsafe advertising pop-ups, visiting pornographic website or downloading attachment from spam emails by accident. Although pop-up from AFP virus accuses your PC of being involved in viewing child pornography and related crimes, it still doesn’t have any way to detect such behavior – whether you consider yourself guilty or innocent.  Therefore, users must take action to remove AFP virus as soon as possible instead of paying the fine to the criminals.

Screenshots of Australian Federal Police Virus/ Malware:

There are many variants of AFP virus. And all of them will lock users’ computers immediately when system boots up. It displays fake warning at the top of screen saying “ Your computer has been locked” to attract users’ attention and then lists fake messages to mislead users into pay a ransom. Never hand over your money to the criminal because it is a hoax. You should unlock your PC by performing the manual guide below.


Impact of the Ransomware:

  1. The harmful Ransomware displays severe pop-up alert, claiming that your PC is locked and guarded by the local government. In order to unlock your PC, you are urgently required to pay 100AUD.
  2. It blocks you to gain access to the Internet or do any other things smoothly.
  3. The malicious virus also violates your privacy and compromises your security, such as banking information and intellectual property information.
  4. It is designed to cause your PC freezing and system crash seriously.

Why shouldn’t you pay for this Ransomware to unlock your computer?

The Ransomware is so malicious that it blocks you to do anything on your PC. Especially, it destroys your Internet connection seriously. You might think of deleting the virus by your antivirus program. The virus disables your antivirus software so as to invade your PC deeply. Since your antivirus tool becomes useless, manual removal with expert skills is highly required. As PC experts are master in finding out all paths of the virus infection and eliminates them totally without any trouble.

Instructions on removing the Ransomware manually:

1. Restart your computer in Safe Mode with Networking, and remember that before window launches, tap “F8” constantly, you’ll see a desktop screen like this:

2. Choose “Safe Mode with Networking”, and then press Enter Key.
3. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together to open the Task manager, and then stop all FBI Moneypak Virus/ Malware processes there.
4. Search for all infected files and registry entries and delete them entirely.

  • %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].exe
    %Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].tmp
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegistryTools” = 0
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableTaskMgr” = 0
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce\*.exe (Random letters)

Manual removal video guide to help you cope with registry entries:

Australian Federal Police (AFP) Ukash Virus Removal Video Guide Is As Similar As Metropolitan Police Virus:

Warning: The above manual removal step should be executed with sufficient expert skills, for any mistakes may trigger your PC freezing and system crash seriously. Therefore, you’d better consult PC experts 24/7 online, in order to completely get remove Australian Federal Police Malware promptly.
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