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Australian Federal Police AFP (uKash) Virus Removal

Your computer, phone, tablet or laptop shows a screen pretending to be from the Australian Federal Police demanding $100 to stop you going to prison for a variety of crimes, like copyright infringement, negligent computer use, pornography, child pornography and gambling.

It requests you send $100 within 48 hours using a service called uKash. DO NOT continue. This is a scam. Paying any money will not unlock the system as the system is locked by a variety of different trojans and malware. No two infections are the same, so a multi-prong virus removal strategy will need to be employed in order to remove this fraudulent scam from your computer or device.

The iPhone, iPad and Mac versions of this virus are generally quite easy to remove (at the moment) and we only charge a small fee for this - give us a call or fill in the form.

We are now also receiving Android phones and tablets with this infection as well. Please contact us if you have been hit by this scam so that we can help you restore your device back to its usual working order.

Current Windows PC infections of the Australia Federal Police Ukash Ransom Virus (a derivative of the Reveton.B virus and also known as Vundo) are also found with the ZeroAccess rootkit. This combination makes removal difficult, but not impossible. We also tend to find other malware, trojans, spyware and rootkits installed on machines. If your machine has the AFP virus, you probably have about 3 or 4 others as well as browser hijacks like Snap.Do, Qvo6, Conduit or Searchqu (there are about 30 other major ones).

You most likely got the virus through exploits "loopholes" in software like Java, Adobe Flash or Adobe Reader. It tends to be piggybacked onto adverts displayed to you, generally after your browser has been hijacked.

We have encountered at least 9 different versions of this virus so far, but we know there are more.

The Australian Federal Police AFP (uKash) virus (and other infections) performs some or all of the following functions:

  • Your phone or tablet shows a message you can't get passed when you access the browser
  • Your phone or tablet is locked and you can't get in
  • Locks your computer and key combinations and mouse techniques do not work
  • In some cases CTRL-ALT-DEL will work, but won't allow access to Task Manager
  • You cannot access anything, especially the internet
  • Your computer may be running very slow
  • You cannot get into safe mode
  • Before the warning you got a lot of adverts popping up all the time
  • Your browser homepage was changed before this happened

Get It Fixed specialises in:

  • Australian Federal Police AFP (uKash) virus removal
  • and removal of all the other malicious computer infections that support it
  • cleaning up your system
  • re-securing your data
  • educating you on avoiding the same problem in the future
  • we do NOT format your hard drive or delete your files in this process

Be sure to get a quote by filling in the form below, or call (02) 9889 4889. We can come out and pick up your computer, or perform the work onsite if need be and sort is out as quickly as possible. We quote you upfront so that you know exactly how much it is going to cost.

Our team of nerds like nothing better than a tricky virus to sink their teeth into, getting your computer clean and operating smoothly as quickly and painlessly as possible. Australian Federal Police AFP (uKash) virus removal is our passion so we guarantee to find a solution to your problem or we will not charge you.

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