What is Your Personal Computer Has Been Blocked Virus?
If you see a notification from Your Personal Computer has been Blocked that prevents you from accessing your desktop, do not believe a single word it says. This ransomware infection has been created to trick you into paying a fine for crimes you have not done. Your Personal Computer has been Blocked infects users all over America and Europe. It has quite a few localized versions of ransomware infections from Ukash Virus group. If you see a Metropolitan Police logo on the top of the security message, then it means that you are infected with Your Personal Computer has been Blocked. This infection can also be called FBI Moneypak Virus, Police Virus, Metropolitan Policie Virus and so on.
Upon the infection Your Personal Computer has been Blocked Virus locks your computer and demands to pay a fine in order to avoid imprisonment sentence. The notification can be displayed in various languages – it depends on your location. However, the contents of the message are the same:
The amount of fine is [currency] 100. You can pay a fine PaySafeCard or Ukash.
As you can see, Your Personal Computer has been Blocked Virus asks you to send the money via PaySafeCard or Ukash alternative payment systems. Unlike fake antivirus programs ransomware infections does not ask you to provide your credit card number or any other personal details. So, in a sense, alternative payment systems allows Your Personal Computer has been Blocked to collect money from a far wider circle of computer users, including these users that do not have bank accounts or credit cards. Unfortunately, a lot of users end up believing that they have breached national laws and that their computers will be unlocked once they transfer the fine to Europol.
How to remove Your Personal Computer has been Blocked Virus?
None of the claims laid out on the notification is true. You have to remove Your Personal Computer has been Blocked from your computer and keep your money to yourself. To get rid of this ransomware you have to unblock your desktop first. Follow the instructions below to do so: