Remove National Security Agency Virus – VilmaTech Expert Guides

National Security Agency virus is a kind of ransomware which would block user’s computer and ask for $300. National Security Agency virus is designed by cyber criminals to cheat people’s money by locking the PC screen. Windows users would receive “Your Computer has Been Locked” warning message when their computers have been infected by this moneypak virus. The main attack target of the NSA virus is United State and a few of Englishing-speaking countries. Actually, the warning message is absolutely fake and it claims that the users have violated copy-right and related rights law- (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content. It scares the victims they would never have the PC system unblocked and even would be arrested unless they pay the fine in 48 hours. Most of the PC users were shocked when they saw the alerts from National Security Agency virus at the first sigh. 90% of the victims would choose to send the money to strangers in the hope of unblocking their infected computer very soon. Unfortunately, this will never happen because the only purpose of hijacker is to steal your money. After receiving the fine, they would go away and leave you the locked PC. Every time when you try to start the Windows system you can see the nothing but only the large warning message.

NSA virus

Once the computer has been infected by the National Security Agency virus, PC users can not run any application including the antivirus software. Therefore it is no use to run AVG, Kasperky, Norton and any other PC security program when you try to remove National Security Agency virus. Windows users never realize that they would get infection when they try to download programs on the Internet. Actually, if you tend to visit illegal websites, download freeware, open spam, click suspicious links, your computer will probably be infected by the National Security Agency virus through a Trojan or other files.

Michelle Samantha, the columnist of VilmaTech Online Support suggests that never pay the fine to the hijackers and users should be calm down when they receive the fake notification of the NSA malicious virus. They have to remove this malware immediately to avoid further damages carried by the virus. Any moneypak ransomware or Ukash virus will reveal the financial information, bank account password and other important documents on the infected PC to its publisher. It means that everything on your computer is unsafe if your PC is infected by the National Security Agency virus.

NSA ransomware can be removed manually in fact. If you have no idea where to start it you can continue to read the National Security Agency virus removal tips from VilmaTech Support Team. The method below will guide you how to get rid of the virus step by step.

Remove National Security Agency Virus Manually

In same cases, some PC users may even fail to log in system regularly. Thus, we can choose to log in Safe Mode with Command Prompt first to continue.
1. Safe Mode with Command Prompt
For Windows 7, XP & Vista
To perform this procedure, please restart your computer. -> As your computer restarts but before Windows launches, tap “F8″ key constantly. -> Use the arrow keys to highlight the “Safe Mode with Command Prompt” option and then press ENTER. -> If you don’t get the Safe Mode with Command Prompt option, please restart the computer again and keep tapping “F8″ key immediately.

2.When the Administrator CMD (cmd.exe) window pop up, type “explorer” when the Command Prompt appears and press Enter. Then your desktop will apprear.
safe mode

3.Show hidden files of National Security Agency virus
a. Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab.
b. Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files and folders, uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.

advanced settings
4.Open your Task Manger by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete key and end the processes of National Security Agency virus:

5. The associated files to be removed in folders on Local Disk (note: new files are still created each month so far):
local disk
%AppData%\[random].exe%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll

6. Open your Registry Editor and then find out the registry entries of National Security Agency virus to remove them (note: new registry entries are still made every month so far):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\random

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After the removal, your computer would be released from this PC locked virus successfully. You should be more cautious when surfing the Internet. Do not open any suspicious email attachment, do not visit un-trusted website and links which may redirect you to other malicious pages. If you are afraid of removing the virus yourself, it is highly recommended you consult the experts of VilmaTech Online Service. They are very kind to answer any question and discuss any topic of PC problems from Windows users. Of course, their everyday-update official blog is very famous and popular among the users. Subscribe its blog to learn more information about the PC knowledge is also a nice idea.

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