Malta Police Force virus Information:
Malta Police Force (also known as MPF virus) is a newly distributed ransomware which comes from the similar Ukash virus group like FBI MoneyPak virus, Department of Justice virus and Internet Crime Complaint Center virus. They all disguise to be from local police or well-known organizations. Being the same as its predecessors, Malta Police Force will present you with a nasty alert claiming that you have violated the law, thus you have to pay for 100 Euros as a fine, or you will be put into jail. Those alerts look like reliable information according to the description below about the infringement of law and reason of punishment. To begin with, you will be warned that you have visited some pornographic websites which are banned by official agencies. Furthermore, you will be asked to pay for a fine as you have downloaded various illegal contents like images. In addition, those downloaded applications from misleading web domains will be put into blacklist of official web pages. After that, Malta Police Force will ask you to pay for such fine within specific time through online payment system like Ukash. Please remember that although you have paid its so-called fine, you still cannot get your computer unlocked. Even you paid for the fine, the ransomware is still active in your computer and it will rip you off again. So, to permanently fix your problem and unlock your Windows, please follow the steps below.
Before you proceed the removal of Malta Police Force virus, please
1. Restart your system and keep pressing F8 key into Safe Mode with Networking
2. Click Start Menu and find run
3. Type in msconfig and hit OK
4. Try to disable some suspicious processes at Startup tab.
5. Repeat step 2, type in regedit and open registry editor
6. Locate HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\
7. Find shell in the right hand panel and change its value into Explorer.exe by right clicking it if the value is different.
8. Save the changes and restart your PC.
Malta Police Force virus Screen Shot
Malta Police Force virus Manual Removal
Note: If you are not proficient with computer, it’s advised that you backup your system before manually removing Malta Police Force virus. And double check the files that you are going to delete, or your computer can’t work for missing some files.
Step 1: Open Registry Editor and delete the following registery files:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\”Shell” = “[random].exe”
Step 2: Delete the following files:
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Desktop\[random].lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[random].exe
Please, note that manual removal of Malta Police Force virus is a procedure with high complexity and can not always guarantee a full removal of the virus, due to the fact that some objects can stay hidden or may become reanimated automatically after incomplete removal. What’s more, lack of the required skills and even the slightest deviation from the removal guides may result in irreparable system corruption. That’s the reason it’s strongly adviced automatic removal of Malta Police Force virus, which will save your time and avoid any system corruptions and ensure the desired result.
Automatic Malta Police Force virus Removal:
Tips: In case you can’t install the removal utility, please download this correction script, unzip it and then double click to execute it. It can correct the system settings that the spyware has distorted.
Step 6: Perform a Full Scan of your system to detect Malta Police Force virus or other malware.
Malta Police Force virus Removal Video:
Published by Cruze Albert