New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus Removal Guide

Do you know what New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus is?

Has your PC been blocked by the suspicious New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus? Then you are dealing with a tremendously devious Trojan which has corrupted your entire operating Windows system. Are you ready to pay the fine requested though a suspicious notification on top of your desktop? Stop right there! If you give up your money (100 NZD) now, you will never see it again. Paying the bogus fine is not a solution to the existing malware which needs to be deleted as soon as possible. Do you know how to remove New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus? Do you know where to find the lurking ransomware Trojans, whether it be Urausy, Flimrans or Reveton? Continue reading to learn this.

The clandestine ransomware uses Windows security vulnerabilities to enter the PC, meaning that even opening a seemingly harmless spam email attachment could lead to spyware infiltration. Once this happens, you administrative privileges are removed as you are denied access the desktop. Of course, this is meant to focus your attention onto the information provided within the bogus notification. Please ignore all of the credentials displayed on the alert because they have been attached illegally. Neither Internet Police Department nor Cyber Crime Unit have anything to do with the computer lock-down. This means that the presented information is completely misleading. Please see an excerpt:

Your computer has been blocked up for safety reasons listed below.
You are accused of viewing/storage and/or dissemination of banned pornography […] copyrighted content […] malware […] Amount of fine is NZD $100.

The clandestine ransomware, also known as the Interpol Virus, is not the only ransomware out there. We have recently reported The National Crime Prevention Unit Virus, GARDA Virus and other well-known ransomware infections which could target the PC if you live outside of the New Zealand. If you want to delete these threats you can follow the New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus removal instructions (see below). You can also navigate to the Search box on the right to find the specific infection you want to delete.

Delete New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus

Delete from Windows 8:

  1. Tap the Windows key on the keyboard to access the Metro UI.
  2. Launch the browser and visit .
  3. Follow the instructions to install an automatic spyware removal tool onto the infected computer.

Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7:

  1. Restart the computer and wait for BIOS to load.
  2. Immediately start tapping F8 to access the Advanced Boot Options menu.
  3. Use arrow keys to select Safe Mode with Networking and tap Enter.
  4. Download SpyHunter.
  5. Immediately install the tool and delete running computer infections.

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Restart the PC.
  2. Wait for BIOS screen to disappear.
  3. Immediately start tapping F8.
  4. From the Windows Advanced Options Menu select Safe Mode with Networking (use arrow keys).
  5. Tap Enter.
  6. Click YES on the ‘Windows is running in safe mode alert’.
  7. Open the Start menu.
  8. Launch RUN, enter msconfig and click OK.
  9. Click the Startup tab and select Disable All. Click OK.
  10. Restart the computer once again.
  11. Immediately install the automatic spyware removal tool SpyHunter.
  12. Scan the PC and delete found infections.

In non-techie terms:

The malicious ransomware needs to be removed as soon as possible in order to restore access to the desktop and to prevent schemers from infiltrating more computer infections. In case you have already paid the fine – follow the removal instructions above and then contact your national cyber security departments for further assistance. If you have more questions related to malware removal – post them in the comment section below.

Aliases: E-Crime Lab Virus.