ICSPA Virus Removal Guide

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ICSPA Virus is a term to refer to the latest ransomware infections which have been recently detected by malware researchers. The letters ICSPA stand for International Cyber Security Protection Alliance whose logo is present in almost every message displayed by a Trojan horse called Urausy. There were other ransomware infections associated with the Urausy Trojan, including Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, GVU virus, Poliisi virus, and so on. Their major goal of these threats is to convince you that the police or other authoritative institution wants to impose a fine of a particular sum of money on you.  The same goes for the newest release of computer infections, some of which are FBI Cybercrime Division Virus and United Kingdom Police Virus. All these infections, or rather their interfaces, cannot be trusted because all the credentials of authoritative institutions are presented to trick you into paying money via Paysafecard, MoneyPak, or Ukash, which depends on the country you live in.

If your computer is infected with ICSPA Virus, it is likely that you live in Australia, Canada, Ireland, or UK. Do not panic if you cannot access the computer as you can regain access to the system by removing ICSPA Virus from the system. Do not pay the release fee, which may vary depending on the currency of your country, and ignore the accusations that are pretty much the same in every hoax message.

For example, the Canadian excerpt from the hoax message reads:

You have been violating «Copyright and Related Law» (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 128 of the Criminal Code of Canada.

Here is how the same part of the message looks like in the message presented by FBI Cybercrime Division Virus:

You have been violating «Copyright and Related Rights Law» (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 1, Section 2, Clause 8, also known as the Copyright of the Criminal Code of the United Stated of America.

If your computer is paralyzed by ICSPA Virus and you see that it contains the credentials of your local police, you can always contact them and find out whether you are charged with the use or distribution of copyrighted or pornographic material.

You may also find that European Cybercrime Center, whose logo is added into the misleading message, is presented as a part of the issue. There is now legal institution which would attempt to violate your privacy and get to your PC without your consent in order to provide you with accusations, so do not be afraid of taking some actions and remove ICSPA Virus right now.

If you do not know how to remove ICSPA Virus and where to start from, follow our instruction which will show you how to delete the threat using our automatic spyware removal tool.

ICSPA Virus Removal

Windows Vista/7

  1. Restart the computer.
  2. Start tapping the F8 key once the BIOS screen disappears.
  3. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
  4. Go to http://www.411-spyware.com/download-sph and download SpyHunter.
  5. Run the installer and scan the PC afterwards.

Windows XP

  1. Reboot the computer.
  2. Start tapping the F8 key once the BIOS screen disappears.
  3. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
  4. Click on Yes.
  5. Open the Start menu.
  6. Launch Run.
  7. Type “msconfig” in the Open box and press OK.
  8. Open the Startup tab.
  9. Click on the Disable All button.
  10. Click on Apply.
  11. Download SpyHunter.
  12. Restart the computer.
  13. Run the installer and then remove ICSPA Virus.

FBI Cybercrime Division Virus

Download Remover for ICSPA Virus *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

ICSPA Virus Screenshots:


ICSPA Virus technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
2pYunY8m4VL3qLc.exe286822 bytesMD5: 3415bcb9153afa1e0c1400b2f7fa1335
3taskhost.exe.exe15872 bytesMD5: 8cdc3a6a50af07cbdc4a1193e45f8721
4najeoxtt.exe105984 bytesMD5: d0761e37cdef392ee249e24c84f0a66c
5{097444e7-2d87-ba3c-2efe-9f54812d824a}.exe293424 bytesMD5: bd5b67eac856f4fafa612067b6a8ccfd
6JfCqQ5JC.exe270336 bytesMD5: 023829e50c93205ac81dd27009762620
7xlqbteeb.exe64512 bytesMD5: 5f2861537c90cd2d3ec9620e67b91de7
8jsdhlexdqkllnbcxgai.bfg143360 bytesMD5: 180f37b1ff8268ac2b95beee6989aba2
9%APPDATA%\Task Scheduler
10svchost.exe417792 bytesMD5: 805c3831ce41e9f7123398409d6b5c40
11zqmkrehUkpoKfsafsaZg.exe33012 bytesMD5: 461caa595d898e273656853c337d81c4
13SyncHostps.exe94208 bytesMD5: 286f4c7e06c1c467e58426b916985567
14OmaSG21e.exe107520 bytesMD5: 27baf21f123fe80b8e0bf2a3d0a9c91e
16b34btbztdb0vavaw.exe149504 bytesMD5: 6d5b32abb27fc4bc837a77c21a66813b
17ex3b.dll1792000 bytesMD5: 992d5e68d52b908e744f0ea1db1deb89
18pmstcdjwz.exe97344 bytesMD5: dc30b025294d0ed58a16141e64942ff7
19setex.exe38759 bytesMD5: 01da942199a8e606a09889a23f7d27b5
21comeo.exe3581440 bytesMD5: 17b063d029da62b8afc715880c0ae047
22sqlncli.exe75264 bytesMD5: 1b8b3b51d8b52bed7a7bc0b05bdafbcb
23UpdatePriv.exe65536 bytesMD5: a29c0d8665033ec58739bebd1693727e
24iner.exe674816 bytesMD5: 6b485eb86c32deca15b26e47e66a94e7
2500b5d693.exe282112 bytesMD5: 4dd835b5b72613c8f7fa71aed486b6c7
26administration.exe5242880 bytesMD5: f3e4e59a27b1ed11ebf0330b02b408f7
27yaiiwockc.dll483328 bytesMD5: 9460de1c3485d5f3cc9f5fa1d4a09708
28xaZYOVJW.exe133632 bytesMD5: 4382872727fc8c0996fa315c599ecdf0
29m2PythonLoader.exe135680 bytesMD5: d8dab211e0db20f00118f25ad64be90c
30ieudator.dll55808 bytesMD5: bfe953f0f96438290914369a7797cf84
3150E1.exe340992 bytesMD5: 0e337ac9e0242482503a3c31559ed661
33secproc_isv.exe108544 bytesMD5: 25595c5104cafc7c667c73d1e2c74447
36msn.exe675840 bytesMD5: a403f9d53ad6a07073c9236842dd865e
3796dddda4.dll3303936 bytesMD5: 522cb91f694f6866568b91b7a11f5802
38mplayer2.exe403456 bytesMD5: a01f673216f9a83cb352028319809f2f
39Task Scheduler.exe122368 bytesMD5: b923b9094635464cb81a245716d2d932
40dtkmujvo.exe87040 bytesMD5: b8d2f2fb25bc89994c96079e6079a3ec
41wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe144896 bytesMD5: 3a8e4b69add412fd66d11c7ace416421
423511172082012Build.exe297984 bytesMD5: 835c431d44e546ac46f899466acff0e1
43bzsbkotiu.exe233472 bytesMD5: 35180a38939fe1b4368d804ae25e5a57
44p1.exe95244 bytesMD5: 5494478b81b9617fe10bbe5d12adb22d
45DLL321.dll191712 bytesMD5: bd6c2627b0f2e007d371f71edc0762a4
46wpbt0.dll225280 bytesMD5: 3dfd93b751a0f9168739a7e668d14023
47oygqyunapnp.exe78336 bytesMD5: acdd61209ba5a132915c565f669b0d81
48questscan.dll1019904 bytesMD5: 0965f3611e919838ad794fcf11db43cf
49wahneaqa.exe102912 bytesMD5: dfd58427f8741b480eae4d9535a1e5f3
51rvcbcyks.exe103424 bytesMD5: e63bdd7e5eb894ca59900f155ad62158
52cf6640a77ed4926a4c6be661ab93def9d13408753dd07e8d02836996a2f247b6.exe462336 bytesMD5: 0e3308e36ca702faf42e929a9d0b5c47
53wjthvwjb.dss221184 bytesMD5: 9f2da2fd4fe9713d74acf0eb8fad8dc3
54Other.res70656 bytesMD5: 2122654109b372638bca24f780ea1921
55idiokbbrv.exe98448 bytesMD5: 3cd07724cf408fc515a711042d4a0524
56bvhylsviw.exe98560 bytesMD5: 4b1c6c2aabc0314f7558151834b63717
57msavfit.exe158208 bytesMD5: 9f5e6c75851b2ee4b10e3e3b783d10b7
58xctqakcqbeo.dll256000 bytesMD5: bc5906995084024aeab23bdccd0d689f
59skype.dat65024 bytesMD5: 13985f6b7ca5c771b28dbf42aef80984
60xmlfilter.exe115200 bytesMD5: 0ecf7e220a38e4fd86a5d67e8ce7c88a
61aPr0hY9.exe45558 bytesMD5: 100b8f04f2bff5c49052173dc231eea1
62dyjdl.exe194560 bytesMD5: 5b94a572fd15f5416c4a88d02f406189
63msshell.exe18432 bytesMD5: 0e9e0b2092e1c643f103d93f4a04b82a
64Q3d38543.exe33280 bytesMD5: 67f05820f38cf6ce319d92b55bae0956
65csrsss.exe83928 bytesMD5: c41898f24d84a4ada9fe9b71e94ccd64
66wlsidten.dll155648 bytesMD5: 26ca88d3fc9175797365a8553eb6948d
68VaultSysUi.exe62464 bytesMD5: e6922b3d1e2a74fa8620c4e004224a71
69Firewallservice.exe423424 bytesMD5: 8f4305c63693259f648f33c59370978c
70魔法桌面第三方主题破解补丁V1.1.exe188416 bytesMD5: 5252ca014813b18c517ff44951628329
71puozlkmyj.dll356352 bytesMD5: a36b0b1c2a6c4ad06418ab137b62ee6c
72ssntvs.exe103415 bytesMD5: 863c2d694dc3cf82711420aa089e16e4
73ACEIEAddOn.dll204800 bytesMD5: f42778c8d316a0e2f45844f8051242ff
74msnmsgrr.exe1427968 bytesMD5: 49300637db06b13f0bc0ee3b742e6399
75bf8h8d02hf.exe315904 bytesMD5: 1cbe49c0ebbeefbbe9f1c1fda9eebbe6
77gcrwcoak.exe108544 bytesMD5: 095507587859038b638fe1c0d6c0c74c
78%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data
79videotwisterSA.exe746496 bytesMD5: a72b74832ff54293504f3c1b441db398
80rool0_pk.exe134144 bytesMD5: a363c25160f5bb09bdaee0e03d85278c
81securitywindrv.exe34816 bytesMD5: 0da8705f12382804c87d20ee58a4674c
82n.46592 bytesMD5: 61a29236fee6568908a9bc629b8ada22
83MusicCollector.exe6901936 bytesMD5: 42d5f1c904eae88de63cabeaa6a4bf50
8587b2cb3916261d5c807bf44262755cb0.exe349184 bytesMD5: f8717683a44fcfef00aed80e8332547b
86Nbt.exe643072 bytesMD5: 90f72d0a2cc6956c07c46b47f6a3d40e
87wlsidten.exe111616 bytesMD5: 1f2052c6529cd8a76a20ce858f080e68
88crack.exe306176 bytesMD5: ab5af9b01941bff73068abf9c7def3bd
89ifgxpers.exe331648 bytesMD5: 4765da2ba43a0ce9206d29c4c7aa76b6
90C87C.exe79360 bytesMD5: efe25f747cdc17ebebc22604c4cdd209
91Updating.exe1517520 bytesMD5: e5d532e96f42229d89993da562fbb5b4
93WINDED6.exe126464 bytesMD5: 77c854a9e5b39829d2ffc15767106ad9
94obvwo.exe129024 bytesMD5: e5893ac27c4ee6817f380e3607a3664c
95hwj3ba6j.dss176640 bytesMD5: 54f1a99f7cb18ed47756bb22e1681766
9600qbipeq.exe108032 bytesMD5: b46bec93ed0cbf470b7a4e5421c30655
97Piranha.exe449161 bytesMD5: eb0f419c0a98b065271effae67c4920f
98systemcpl.exe100352 bytesMD5: de7c781205d31f58a04d5acd13ff977d
99NTServiceManager.exe666624 bytesMD5: 8e931cb28a92d7ee1a7f146b7f6c4664
100WinSyncMetastore.exe83456 bytesMD5: b7614742cc2adf0264a038267d35a78a
101audipbrd.exe347648 bytesMD5: 6ea827e7f4d182b0cb538cb5048bbdb2
102scvhost.exe231936 bytesMD5: 2dc8b92985e96aabc9ab0937f1018ff7
103msdtmsrd.exe224256 bytesMD5: acf3959bb985b616f9b221ae15d252eb
104acuvzomo.exe61440 bytesMD5: 64d6b4385310293e6ca81631c1652d59
105ubvhynpxh.exe223744 bytesMD5: 3679444e7921794b3754ffb8ca80916b
1062084473.dll92672 bytesMD5: 4b53eef2de438858d7cc1360feb3c6c2
107uenovfiu.exe100864 bytesMD5: 47ebbd7f529d71b8eac53b7ca0f7eeaa
108install_0_msi.exe118272 bytesMD5: 68f337adbfbdaad81faa7ea3ec22da0b
109TimeDateMUICallback.exe87552 bytesMD5: 2d108d8f3d914658f74768a8eb120dde
110brenasa.exe45056 bytesMD5: a626c9a877af7d078e67be021a5baf28
111ctfmon.exe9216 bytesMD5: d6d5126353edcb1f91aa210c3742de01
112DA0B.exe61440 bytesMD5: 15279561b4232d0600f4cede0d7de174
113dqnbdq7.dss175616 bytesMD5: 6514a485b26fcca011121f42f188d3b2
114UpgradeHelper.exe289792 bytesMD5: 70f2dfab3a93558fec4dbc2d4b9d8a31


  1. I am trying to remove ICSPA Virus and once I am able to open in Safe with Networking the Computer shuts down. What do I do? Please email me as I have not found anyone who knows how to remove this virus. THank you. Purita J

    • Try doing this:

      1. Download SpyHunter to USB key or CD/DVD
      1. Restart your PC and start pressing F8 key after BIOS screen.
      2. Using arrow keys and select “Safe Mode With Command Prompt” and press ENTER
      3. You will see Command prompt Window.
      4. Type in explorer.exe and hit Enter. Desktop Should load.
      5. Launch SpyHunter installer.
      6. Restart PC

  2. Followed instructions; entered explorer.exe it came up briefly and then the window returned to display ICSPA page.

    Now what can I do?


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