- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
There are plentiful of ransomware infections that could block your system, lock your computer’s screen and ask for your money. Paysafecard Virus name defines a group of truly malignant infections, which have been spread all across the world and have been attacking Windows systems for many months now. PRS for Music virus could be tracked down to June of 2011, and Buma Stemra, the Dutch version, is even older (April, 2011). Now it is very hard to say which infection came first or which of them have caused most detriment to personal data and financial security of thousands of individuals from Canada to Greece, from Sweden to Portugal. The devious Paysafecard Virus has been targeting those in Europe and North America; however, that does not mean that other countries could not be under the radar at this very moment.
The deception of any of the ransomwares within the group starts from their incorporation into your personal system, and if you think that you have nothing to do with initiating the ransomware, you are not exactly right. In reality, like all infections, ransomware needs to be “invited”, and for the application to be executed you will need to click on an infected link or launch an encrypted download. Overall, multiple security cracks could be used to trick you into letting in the malignant program, which is why you have to stay away from suspicious sites, illegal downloads, links or attachments sent by unknown senders, black hat SEO scams or malvertisement. Remember that removable devices could also be infected with automatic Paysafecard Virus installation files, exactly like links sent through online chat systems. These infiltration channels are truly surreptitious and could even stay completely unnoticed by you; however, what comes next will be impossible to miss.
Paysafecard Virus will reconfigure your system’s settings and will block any of your access to the desktop. You will not be able to use a keyboard shortcut to launch Task Manager and remove/disable malignant processes either, so all of you attention is likely to get focused on a malignant, misleading and falsified information. Please see some examples of the messages, which could be represented depending on the ransomware that infects your personal computer:
“Para quitar el bloqueo del ordenador, usted debe pagar una multa de 100 EURO.”
“Para desbloquer o seu computador e evitar consequencias legais, e obrigado a pagar uma taxa de libertecao de €100.”
“In order to unlock your computer, you are liable to pay a fine in the amount of £100. The penalty is to be paid during 24 hours from the moment when your PC was locked!”
As you can see, the same information is presented in different languages, and even though all presented examples include the sum of 100, depending on the form of the infection you could face 50, 100, 200 or 500 euros, dollars, pounds, etc. This is because most countries have different currency, and the value of the simulated fine is subsequently different. Despite the sum, you need not believe PRS for Music Virus, FBI Moneypak, Buma Stemra Politie Virus, SPAUTORES Virus or any other computer locking applications using the services of Ukash, MoneyPak or Paysafecard. All of these names could be found on fictitious ransomware messages, accusing you of various criminal actions, and there is no doubt that these are authentic. The matter is that cyber criminals have understood that using online payment services based on purchased code vouchers can let them succeed at multiple scams without being tracked by the true authorities, not the mimicked kind that will be presented in order to create an illusion about Paysafecard Virus legitimacy.
We are sure you do not want to give your money to cyber criminals for things you have not even done, which is why you should delete Paysafecard Virus either manually or with the assistance of automatic malware removal software. And how to acquire such tools whilst the system is under a lock-down? It is quite easy if you quickly reboot into Safe Mode with Networking and download the chosen removal tools. Unfortunately, this is not all, and to install SpyHunter or other reliable, legal applications successfully you will firstly need to disable startup programs so that Paysafecard Virus would stop blocking your PC. To do that, you should click on Start, then choose Run and type in “msconfig”. Only once this is done you will be able to run and install the removal tool in the normal Windows mode. Also, remember that this is a matter of great urgency, because if you postpone the task, Paysafecard Virus could reappear soon enough.