National Security Agency virus

Remove National Security Agency virus (Removal Guide)

You may not be familiar with Ukash Virus family, but when your computer screen is locked by National Security Agency virus you will definitely know that something is wrong. The message you see on your screen is nothing, but a fake notification devised to scare you into thinking that you have been involved in criminal activity. Naturally, there is nothing legal about this program and it is necessary to remove National Security Agency virus from your computer immediately. It might seem that you have encountered a mission impossible, but there is a way to unlock your PC (see instructions below).

National Security Agency

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What is National Security Agency-Central Security Service Ransomware Virus?

As it has been mentioned in the previous paragraph National Security Agency virus belongs to the Ukash Virus family. This group of ransomware infections has been prevalent since the beginning of 2012 and there are a lot of different programs from this family, localized for various countries. As far as National Security Agency virus is concerned, the primary target of this infection are computer users in the United States of America, although the infection is not limited to one country. You may get infected with National Security Agency virus disregarding your locale, as this ransomware application is generally distributed by Urausy and Reveton Trojans.

The interface of this infection looks like a notification from the National Security Agency (NSA). It claims that your computer has been locked due to a number of illegal activities. National Security Agency virus goes on to elaborate that you have been involved in child pornography distribution and therefore, you may face criminal charges in court:

Any individual who violates, or attempts to violate, or conspires to violate mentioned laws shall be sentenced to a mandatory term of imprisonment from 6 month to 10 years and shall be fined up to $250,000.
Your case can be classified as occasional/unmotivated, according to 17 (U.S. Code) §512
Thus it may be closed without prosecution.
Your computer will be unblocked automatically.

Then National Security Agency virus says that in order to unlock your computer “automatically” you need to transfer a fine payment via greendot MoneyPak alternative payment system. Do not be mistaken – the alternative payment system has nothing in common with the infection, and it is only used to collect payments, as it does not require users to have credit card and/or bank accounts. Consequently, it is very hard to track where your money goes, and if you pay the ransom fee, it will be practically impossible to get your money back.

It goes without saying that you should not pay any fine, as it would not unlock your computer. In order to terminate the infection you need to restore your desktop access and then invest in a computer security application that would terminate National Security Agency virus automatically. Keep in mind, that it would be a good idea to run a full system scan as there are bound to be other infections within your system as well.

A) Remove National Security Agency virus Download Removal Toolto remove National Security Agency virus

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B) Remove National Security Agency virus

  1. Restart your computer and press F8 several times when BIOS screen disappears.
  2. If Windows logo shows up, reboot the PC and try again.
  3. Select Safe Mode with Networking in Advanced Boot Options menu and press Enter.
  4. Click Yes on confirmation box.
  5. Download SpyHunter.
  6. Open Start menu and launch Run.
  7. Enter “msconfig” and click OK.
  8. Select Startup tab on System Configuration Utility.
  9. Click Disable all and click OK to save changes.
  10. Reboot the PC in Normal Mode.
  11. Scan your computer.

Should you have any questions regarding National Security Agency virus’s removal, please leave a comment below.

 

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