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Internet users around the country are being warned about a new email scam
that will lock your computer's files and demand money to gain access.
The email, which is designed to look similar to an eBay receipt email,
informs the account owner that they have made a purchase
and needs to click a link to view the related invoice.
However, when you click on the link, rather than an invoice
downloading to your computer,it will be a product
called 'Locky Ransomware' that will install onto your computer.

Locky Ransomware targets your computers major files,
before scrambling them to new locations and renaming them.
It will then force you to buy a decryption key to gain access to the files again.
It is likely that it could cost up to one Bitcoin
(roughly £3,533) to get the key and access to your files.
ActionFraud say that they have already have 50 reports about the virus
to date and are warning internet users not to click the link.
If you have any worries or concerns regarding
“Locky Ransomware” or other cyber fraud, you can contact

ActionFraud on 0300 123 2040. Thank you

David TurnerTrading Standards Officer
London Borough of Havering | Public Protection
Town Hall, Main Road, Romford, RM1 3BD
01708 434296 | 07946 175331

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