National Security Agency Virus is a ransomware application. As you can obviously tell, it is able to lock you out of your computer by displaying a fake security notification on your screen. National Security Agency Virus is there to make you think that you have committed a grave crime and consequently, you need to pay a predetermined fine via Greendot MoneyPak, otherwise you will be found guilty as charged. Nevertheless, the only thing you need to do right now is unlock your computer and then remove National Security Agency Virus from the system through and through. To unlock your PC, scroll down to the instructions below this article.
This infection should not take you by surprise. It is a part of the infamous Ukash virus group of ransomware applications that infect computer users all over the world. National Security Agency Virus targets computer users in the United States and other countries. This infection is very similar to such ransomware programs as PRISM Virus, NSA Virus, FBI Virus and others. It is usually distributed by Urausy or Reveton Trojans, but it is not uncommon for a ransomware application to arrived with a rootkit. In such a case, even if you restore your desktop access, you still need to scan your computer with a powerful antimalware tool in order to terminate all the malicious infections.
One of the reasons why a lot of users fall into this trap is that National Security Agency Virus looks very believable. It really looks like a message delivered by the national law enforcement agency. Even if you have not committed any of the crime listed in the message (which, most of the time is the case), the program may still make you think that you have done something wrong without even realizing it. For example, National Security Agency Virus says that:
Your computer has been locked due to suspicion of illegal content download and distribution.
The illegal content (414 Mb of photo and video files) was automatically classified as child pornographic materials.
Considering that owning child pornography is a serious crime, National Security Agency Virus may really scare you into paying the fine. However, keep in mind that once you pay the fine you most probably will not be able to get your money back, not to mention that your computer will remain locked and National Security Agency Virus will continue terrorizing you.
Hence, in order to remove National Security Agency Virus, you need to unlock your computer first. Once you have it done, run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner and invest in a licensed computer security tool in order to make sure that you have all the malicious files removed for good.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
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