NSA Internet Surveillance Program Virus Removal Guide

Do you know what NSA Internet Surveillance Program Virus is?

If NSA Internet Surveillance Program Virus has been dropped onto your operating Windows system, there is no doubt that your personal computer is now locked. The infection removes your administrative right to access the desktop, and so it may appear as if your PC has been locked. The warning presented on the desktop indicates that the irritating lock-down has been initiated due to some illegal activity you have performed. There is no doubt that cyber criminals are behind this scam, and so you should not think that Articles 184, 171 or 113 have been employed legally. You should also ignore the logos of FBI Department of Justice, U.S. National Security Agency, and the credentials of NSA or PRISM. This is all just a scam to trick you into thinking that Police have caught you performing criminal activity and that you need to pay a fine, when in reality you need to remove NSA Internet Surveillance Program Virus as soon as possible.

Such malignant ransomware infections as Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus, United States Courts Virus and Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section Virus are just a few other threats which may target your computer if you live in the US. All of these infections have been developed by different cyber criminals who could employ a variety of different Trojans to activate the scam. Some of the best known threats include Reveton, Urausy, Flimrans and Trojan:AutoIt/LockScreen.A. If schemers manage to drop this threat onto your computer, soon enough it gets paralyzed with a fictitious and highly intimidating notification. Here are a few excerpts:

The work of your computer has been suspended on the grounds of the violation of the law of the United States of America.
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To unlock your computer and to avoid other legal consequences, you are obligated to pay a release fee of $300.

It is stated that if you try to unlock the desktop yourself, you will be punished by law. However, this is not something you should fear since no authentic law enforcement agencies are involved in the lock down of your personal computer. Even if you pay the requested fine via the unreliable money transfer system MoneyPak, you will still need to delete NSA Internet Surveillance Program Virus, also known as NSA Virus or PRISM Virus. The removal of the infection is quite complicated, and so we recommend that all affected systems are cleaned by authentic Windows security software. We recommend installing SpyHunter, a tool which will scan your computer, detect all malicious programs, delete them in no time and ensure that you do not need to worry about spyware removal in the future. To learn how to unlock the PC and install the tool – follow the step-by-step instructions presented below.

Delete ransomware from the PC

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Restart the computer and wait for BIOS to load.
  2. Immediately start tapping F8.
  3. Once the boot options menu show up select Safe Mode with Networking using arrow keys.
  4. Tap Enter to confirm your selection.
  5. Wait for the Desktop alert to show up and click YES.
  6. Launch a browser and go to http://www.spyware-techie.com/download-sph .
  7. Use the instruction to download the automatic spyware remover onto the PC.
  8. Open the Start menu and launch RUN.
  9. Enter msconfig and click OK to access the System Configuration Utility.
  10. Click the Startup tab and select Disable All. Click OK to save the changes.
  11. Restart the computer (normally).
  12. Immediately install the removal tool to delete the ransomware and other threats.

Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:

  1. Repeat steps 1-4 (see removal instructions above).
  2. Download an automatic spyware remover SpyHunter.
  3. Install the application and perform a full system scan.
  4. Delete all detected threats.

Delete from Windows 8:

  1. Tap the Windows key to access the Metro UI start screen.
  2. Launch a browser type http://www.spyware-techie.com/download-sph into the address bar and tap Enter.
  3. Follow the instructions to download the reliable malware removal tool onto the PC.
  4. Immediately install the tool, scan the PC and remove detected threats.

In non-techie terms:

It is important that the operating Windows system is running securely at all times. Needless to say, the existence of NSA Internet Surveillance Program Virus cannot guarantee this, which is why you should remove it from the PC as soon as possible. If you find issues with the removal instructions presented above, make sure you leave a comment below so that we could help you delete the ransomware.

Aliases: NSA Internet Surveillance Virus.