Supern0va ransomware comes from the same group of infections as the Metropolitan Police virus, Gendarmerie Nationale Virus, Achtung! Ihr computer wurde gesperrt virus and other Paysafecard or Ukash viruses. The group of these dangerous programs is widely spread all across the North America and Europe; therefore, they are presented in different languages and can be targeted at particular communities. These infections may use spam email attachments, bundled downloads, Trojan.Reveton created security cracks and other loopholes to get inside your computer. These cracks would be protected and inaccessible to virtual schemers, if you implemented legitimate malware detection and removal tools to guard the computer. Regardless, once it is too late and the infection is already running inside your computer, alongside other legitimate programs, you need to learn how you can delete Supern0va ransomware quickly.
The malicious Supern0va ransomware will slither into a computer and will immediately lock your desktop, presenting a notification indicating that criminal activity was detected within your computer. Have no doubt that no investigations have been carried out to check for allegedly criminal processes, and this is only a scare tactic to push you into thinking that you actually could face highly unpleasant outcome if you did not follow cyber criminals’ demands. You will be informed that a certain sum of money (an actual ransom) could fix the situation and unlock the computer. There is no reason why you should trust the crooks and share your money, especially since no one could guarantee that the paid sum would affect the current computer’s state. So, ignore any threatening accusations, pay no attention to supposed legitimacy proofs and hurry up to delete Supern0va ransomware from your operating Windows system.
Since you need to access the desktop to be able to remove Supern0va ransomware, you should firstly figure out how to unlock the PC. If you follow the following instructions, you will be able to access the essential Windows utilities and delete the infection either manually or automatically.
1. Restart the computer.
2. Before the boot-up, press F8 to launch Windows Advanced Options Menu.
3. Download SpyHunter and install it quickly.
Note that these instructions are designed for Windows 7 and Vista operating systems, and if you own Windows XP, the course of actions is slightly different:
1. Reboot into Safe Mode with Networking.
2. Download SpyHunter.
3. Expand the Start Menu and select Run.
4. Enter “mesconfig” to launch System Configuration Utility.
5. Click Disable All under the Startup.
6. Restart Windows normally and install chosen automatic removal tools, which will be able to delete Supern0va ransomware and other potentially existing infections.