PCeU Virus DefinitionPCeU ransomware, is one of Ukash or fake police scam that is intended for the sole purpose of swindling users money by blocking theris access to the computers in the guise of PCeU authority, as well as Specialist Crime Directorate Police Central e-crime Unit. According to the warning message, the system is locked due to copyright and pornography violations and a fine of ￡100 must be paid within 72 hours, otherwise a criminal case is going to be initialed since your personality and address are identified. The automatically turned-on camera which records what is happening around makes the announcement more authentic and convincing.
PCeU virus mainly target Britain users that have a Windows 7, Windows XP or Windows vista running on the computer. Some users may freak out at the first sight of the popup window that won't go away no matter how many times they restart the computer, and have no choice but to buy a UKash or paysafecard voucher to pay for the alleged PCeU insititute. It's undoubtedly a waste of money since the Trojan won't go away in such a way. But you should not expect PCeU virus will go away as time goes by. On the contrary, the longer it dwells in the system, the more dangerous it could be. There are reports that the Trojan may block safe mode with networking too. Take above all, by no means should you pay for the scam, instead you should try your best to get rid of PCeU Metropolitan Police Ukash virus the first time around.