Remove Polizei Cyber Crime Investigation Department Virus

Cybercrime Investigation Department
What is a Cyber crime trojan/virus?

The Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus is a ransomware Trojan that targets Canadian PCs and displays an alert claiming that your system has been locked as a consequence of Internet criminal activities. Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus's pop-up or wallpaper insists that you pay fine of $50, $100, $200 or $250 via eCash, UKash or third party electronic transfer services. The scam is a variation of an online extortion that involves ransom ware. Even if the fee is paid by a credit card, the scammers rarely unlock the computer.

Where did this come from?

This virus is targeting Canadian users, mostly infected via websites. It threatens users for violating law and one of the government organizations or Police has lock your PC. The message is completely fake. None of Government of any country that we know lock PC for violating copyright law. So do not panic.

Once infected, in some cases, the virus will exploit the Java or Flash vulnerabilities to load the malicious code. Your web cam will be taken control to threaten you by showing your face or capture a photo.

Deny your Flash player to prevent the hack

Possible Solution

Power down the Canada Polizei Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus infected computer and wait for 30 Seconds before you turn on.

Now please turn ON the computer and immediately keep hitting F8 until you see WINDOWS ADVANCED OPTIONS MENU.


When you see the desktop, press WINDOWS KEY + R.

Enter rstrui.exe in the text box.

Use the System Restore to restore back to the earlier restore point BEFORE the infection. Restart the computer. Once the computer restarted, your computer should be cleaned without the Cybercrime pop-up.

Note: This trojan has various type. If you experienced the same problem in Safe Mode, your computer's boot sector may be infected and required further assistance.

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