- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Gendarmerie Nationale Virus
Once your operating Windows system gets blocked with an intimidating Gendarmerie Nationale virus notification, you will not be able to access the Desktop, use keyboard shortcuts to launch Task Manager or control your system in a normal way. This is so that you would not be able to remove Gendarmerie Nationale virus from your PC and would have nothing else to do but focus on the fictitious notification. This bogus and misleading warning will inform you that the national French police have carried out an investigation within your computer, which allows accusing you of viewing child pornography videos or sending spam messages linked to terrorism. If you wish to see the full warning, please see it below in the original French language.
It is possible that you will be introduced with a slightly different text, since the authentic name of the National Police has also been used by such Ukash viruses as Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité Virus or Sacem Police Nationale Virus. This is because the faction of recent ransomware applications is very vast and could target you accordingly to your geographical location, which means that even if you do not live in France, a similar infection could corrupt on your screen soon enough. And once this happens, intimidating accusations and seemingly authentic looking police credentials will make you think that maybe there is a reason behind the lock-down or that you need to pay a fine of 100 Euros for you to regain control over the PC. This, of course, is not something you need to do, and Gendarmerie Nationale virus removal is what you should aim for. To have the infection deleted manually might be too complicated for some Windows users; however, both professionals and inexperienced users will have no trouble using automatic removal tools. The following directions will help you to unlock your PC and install legal security software easily and quickly.
1. Reboot your system in Safe Mode with Networking.
PCthreat.com malware researchers report that a new version of the malicious Gendarmerie Nationale Ransomware has emerged recently. This infection has a new interface, but it still uses the credentials of the Gendarmerie to lure in its victims into paying a “fine.” At the moment, the fictitious fine is €200, and users are requested to pay it within 3 days using Ukash or Paysafecard. We have tested this new version of the ransomware in our internal lab, and we have created a guide that will help you eliminate it regardless of which Windows version you run. Note that you can still use automated malware detection and removal software to delete Gendarmerie Nationale Ransomware, as stated in the guide above. If you want to eliminate the current version of this infection manually, use the instructions below. Note that we welcome all questions regarding the removal process in the comments section.
Gendarmerie Nationale Ransomware Removal Step I
Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Windows 8 or Windows 8.1:
Gendarmerie Nationale Ransomware Removal Step II