Colorado Springs, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/04/2014 -- United States Internet Security virus is a ransomware that was developed to attack PC’s in USA. This virus is different from other malware due to very aggressive actions to an infected machine. It blocks computer entirely, the moment it gets inside one's PC. The only thing the owner of the infected PC can see is a warning message: “You have been unlawfully distributing or using copyrighted content and violated Copyright Law and thus infringing Article I, Section 8, Clause 8, known as the Copyright of the Criminal Code of USA. To unlock the PC, pay a fine of $100 via MoneyPak.
United States Internet Security virus is just like the other versions of ransomware such as Ukash Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus or Ukash virus and FBI virus, when gets inside PC using system vulnerabilities and security holes. A person might also get attacked by this virus after downloading a damaged or infected file or surfing an infected webpage.
This ransomware hinders the rest of system's programs therefore one's PC does not respond to any of user's commands. Irrespective of how convincing the message of this harmful virus looks like, it is advised not to pay the fine. It will only promote more of identical viruses to be circulated and definitely will not unlock one's PC. If a person already paid the fine, immediately contact his/her credit card company as quickly as possible and claim the charges.
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