Is there any way to enter into Safe Mode with Networking from Windows 8? What should I do if my computer has been bloked by Ukash scam? How to delete it from Win 8?
Basic Information of Ukash or MoneyPak scam virus on Windows 8
Recently Windows 8(Win8) Operation System has been widely used from all over that world and unfortunately Win 8 users have to experience a rough time to deal with Ukash or MoneyPak scam virus. As we all know, Ukash or MoneyPak has brought sufferings by blocking your computer without your knowledge. Normally, the malware asks fine ($100, $300 or $450) to unlock you computer because you are claimed to have violated some certain copyrighted laws by installing free programs from corrupted resources, music, video and software are involved. For doing such stuff online, you would be put into prison if you don’t pay the fine instantly. Consequently, windows 8 users are asked to pay the fine through popular PaySafecard or Ukash payment system which would gain trust from users and the payment is required to be transferred within 48 or 72 hours. Though Ukash or MoneyPak is very scary but it is just a lure. One should kick away the fake warnings and ignore the trustworthy name or logo. Here is the effective way to enable the access to your Win 8 desktop and fix the problem immediately.
Ukash or MoneyPak Versions:
- Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section
- International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA)
- Ukash metropolitan police
- Cheshire Police Authority Ukash
- FBI CyberCrime Division
- FBI MoneyPak Scam
- Department of Justice virus
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police( RCMP) Ukash
- Australian Federal Police (AFP) Scam
Being differently from windows 7, XP or Vista, Win8 Safe Mode needs more step to be entered.Follow the Guide to Eliminate Ukash Scam Step by Step
a: Get into the Win 8 safe mode with networking
Step one: Go to Windows 8 Start Screen (or virus screen) and press ctrl+alt+del together. Now you will be brought to the blue screen.
Step two: When you are on it, hold Shift button and click ‘Restart‘ at the same time (ir appears in the bottom right of the screen).
Step three: As soon as PC restarts, follow these steps:
Step four: Go into ‘Advanced Startup options’ menu and click ‘Troubleshoot‘ button → ‘Advanced options‘ button → ‘Startup settings‘. Here, click ‘Restart’ button.
Step Five: After your PC restarts, you will be brought to ‘Startup Settings‘ menu.
Step Six: Here, users can choose to enable Safe Mode with Networking – F5,
b: Stop all the processes, files and registry entries of MoneyPak Virus
Step 1: Go to Task Manager with Alt+Ctrl+Delete and stop its process.
Step2. Remove Windows 8 Ukash or MoneyPak Malware files, search the related files
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\ %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\. Ukash or MoneyPak exe %UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\ Ukash or MoneyPak \
Step3. Remove Ukash or MoneyPak Virus registries:
Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “.exe” HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “” HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “CertificateRevocation” = ’0′ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Download “CheckExeSignatures” = ‘no’
Video Guide to Delete Ukash or MoneyPak from Windows 8 Completely
Note: To completely remove it, we need to find out the process, files and registry entries of the virus. If you haven’t sufficient expertise in dealing with program files, processes, dll files and registry entries, it is not recommended to delete the infections by hand. Because any pivotal system files are removed, you cannot log in Windows at all. To Get Out of Trouble Immediately, it is recommended to ask help from experienced experts.
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