- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus
If you are located in Canada, pay close attention to the website you visit, because Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus may penetrate into the system without your consent while you are browsing infected websites. The virus is classified as a ransomware infection, because it disables access to the desktop by displaying a message whose content may prompt you to do irrational things, one of which is the paying of a ransom, which is also highly appreciated by cyber criminals.
The reason why the virus has been released is to convince the user that the message given is real and that it is crucial to follow its instructions. There is no need to do what is said in the message, because everything is simulated. According to the interface of the message, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service has identified the owner of the PC as a criminal, because it is stated that the PC was used to visit prohibited websites. Below you will find how the criminals formulate the statement:
This IP address as used to visit websites containing pornography, child pornography, zoophilia and child abuse. Your computer also contains video files with Pornographic content, elements of violence and child pornography! Spam-messages with terrorist movies were also sent from your computer.
If you do not have an idea who could do all the activities mentioned, you are on the right track – nobody has sent terrorist movies from your PC, etc, because the message tells lies. Consequently, ignore the credentials of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and if you are dubious about whether to trust the message or not, you can always contact the institution to find out that the message is bogus.
As a result, pay no attention to the requirement saying that you must pay 100 American dollars through Ukash in order to unlock the computer. If you want to remove the message and delete virus from the PC, our instructions should help you to do so:
1. Restart the infected computer.
Windows XP users should repeat steps 1-3 given above and do the following:
1. Open the Start menu.
How to manually remove Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus
Files associated with Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus infection: