Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve virus - How to remove?
Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve virus is a scam designed by computer hackers who want to steal money from random computer users. It is a tricky virus that can target any computer system that is located in Slovenia. Once inside, it locks computer completely and does not allow to do anything there. It displays a message in Slovenian that looks like it’s coming from local police. It states that you have violated law by using or distributing some copyrighted content. For this reason, you are asked to pay a fine. The message looks like this:
Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve
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It will give you two options to pay a fine that is supposedly imposed for you. You will be offered to use Ukash or Paysafecard payment systems. Stay away from doing so. No law authorities would be imposing your fines this way over Internet and they would never ask you pay any fine using your prepaid credit card. Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve virus is clearly a virus that was created only to swindle your money away.
Remeber that the program will block every single program on your computer as well as Task Manager which will complicate the virus removal badly. Despite that, you must remove Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve virus as soon as you detect it on your computer. Follow these removal instructions of Ukash virus which show how to eliminate this type of ransomware programs in a few different ways.
Here’s a video showing how to remove Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve virus:
If this does not work for you, try starting your system with Safe Mode with Command Prompt. Here’s a video illustrating this type of removal: