Ukash virus belongs to a group of Trojans that lock infected computers. This group of PC parasites uses official institution’s name in order to look credible and swindle people money using pre-paid cards like Ukash. Once a computer is blocked the user can see only a message. Usually the warning includes extracts from articles and laws related to copyrighted content, its usage and distribution. The user of the blocked PC is accused of a list of crimes. These may include illegal usage and distribution of copyrighted content, such as movies or music, viewing or distribution of pornographic content and similar crimes. To unblock the computer, according to the message, one must pay a fine using Ukash payment system. The message promises that system will be unlocked during 24 hours after the payment is made. It also scares the owner of the infected machine that if the fine is not paid, the computer might be confiscated and the person might be even imprisoned.

Alas paying the fine will not solve the problem. This is only a well thought scheme to extort the money. All looks very convincing therefore quite a lot of computer users pay the fine without investigating the problem deeper. One should not hurry up spending her money since this is clearly a scam. No official governmental institutions accept payments using prepaid payment systems like Ukash.

Usually a computer gets Ukash virus after visiting an infected website. This does not necessary have to be a site associated with such risks like pornography. It might be quite a regular and legitimate page you visit every day, just this time it is corrupted and serves malicious advertisement. Another way to get PC blocked is by downloading infected files. Ukash virus might be distributed using Trojans already present in your computer as well. If your computer does not have an updated antivirus program you are of a higher risk to be infected with such parasites.

As paying the fine does not unblock computer, one might ask how then to fix it. Use a comprehensive Ukash virus removal guide for more information. Do not forget to have updated antivirus program after your computer is fixed. This parasite, just like most of the Trojans, gets into PC through system vulnerabilities and security holes, especially Java or browser ones. Therefore it is highly recommended to invest your money into a reputable computer security rather than spend it on scam like Ukash virus.

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Ukash virus belongs to a group of Trojans that lock infected computers. This group of PC parasites uses official institution's name in order to look credible and swindle people money using pre-paid cards like Ukash. Once a computer is blocked the user can see only a message. Usually the...