Have you discovered the malicious Vanilla Reload Virus on your operating Windows system? Then you need to do all that it takes to have it removed from the computer. The clandestine threat belongs to the same group of ransomware as United States Courts Virus, Magyarország Rendőrség Police Virus or České Republik Police Virus. You can categorize these infections by the targeted country or the Trojan which controls the threat. You can also categorize them by money transfer systems utilized by schemers, and in this case we need to talk about Vanilla Reload. The service requires you to purchase a voucher, activate a special PIN and then use it to make online payments. Even though the system is authentic, no reliable law enforcer would use it to collect fines. Therefore, if you have noticed this employed within a suspicious screen-locking notification, there is no doubt that you need to remove Vanilla Reload Virus. Please see a few excerpts:
Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted
YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN BLOCKED! The United States Department of Justice
All activities of this computer has been recorded. All your files are encrypted.
Don’t try to unlock your computer!
If you have found your computer locked with a similar notification but you do not see the Vanilla Reload name, there is a great chance that you are dealing with the Ukash Virus, Paysafecard Virus, Greendot Moneypak Virus or another malicious infection. Even though these treats may utilize different attributes, like video recording, and different interfaces, all of them are after your money. Cyber criminals have created the bogus notification to trick you into thinking that the Police have discovered some illegal activity and that you need to pay a fine for the listed crimes. All of this is fictional, and no authentic organizations have spied upon your virtual activity. Therefore, you should stop panicking, ignore any demands to pay fines and remove Vanilla Reload Virus as soon as possible.
Do you think it is impossible to delete Vanilla Reload Virus from the computer which has been locked? Even though the task is quite complicated, this is not impossible. All you have to do is install an automatic spyware removal tool which will detect and delete all of the malignant files related to the ransomware Trojan. Reliable, authentic security software will also find and remove secondary infections which could be running on the PC without your knowledge. It is not recommended to proceed manually because the task requires a great level of skills and knowledge. However, if you are determined to proceed manually, make sure you delete all of the malignant files and registry entries; otherwise, the threat could attack again.
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