- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow Computer
Vanilla Reload Virus
Vanilla Reload Virus is a tremendously malicious ransomware which may have tens or even hundreds of different versions, most of which are targeted at specific countries. The name of the threat derives from an authentic money transfer system which cyber criminals have employed to collect money accumulated when using the scam. And how can you detect the infection? In reality, discovering the threat is the easiest part because the malicious ransomware Trojan locks down the computer and presented the targeted user with a bogus screen-size warning. Schemers are aware that not all Windows users will be intimidated enough to pay a fine just because their systems have been locked, which is why they also use bogus information and the credentials of authoritative law enforcement organizations, including the U.S. Department of Justice, Interpol or Europol. It is strongly advised to have Vanilla Reload Virus removed from the operating Windows system. Please continue reading to learn how to delete the ransomware.
As mentioned, the ransomware relies upon the gullibility of the attacked Windows users. Here are a few excerpts from a bogus notification which could be used to trick you into believing schemers’ lies. Note that cyber crooks could use a number of different alerts in various languages.
This particular excerpt belongs to the recently discovered Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted Virus. The malicious ransomware has employed Vanilla Reload, REloadit and Green dot MoneyPak services to collect the bogus fines. Even though these systems are authentic and you may have already used them a number of times, our spyware researchers recommend that you ignore them if they are attached to a screen-locking notification which allegedly has been generated by the Police or other authoritative institutions. You should apply this rule when dealing with United States Courts Virus, České Republik Police Virus, Ukash Virus, Paysafecard Virus and other well-known infections as well.
Needless to say, the removal of the malicious ransomware is not an easy task, particularly because it can lock-down the computer and remove your administrative privileges to run it accordingly to your own wishes. Regardless, you need to delete Vanilla Reload Virus, and the removal guides below will help you succeed in no time. Are you thinking about manual removal? This task is not recommended to even experienced users; however, if you are 100% sure you can delete the threat manually, scroll down to find the list of files you need to detect and remove. Note that only authentic security software will help you keep the Windows system guarded, so that cyber crooks could no longer use security vulnerabilities (e.g. fake video codecs, spam email attachments) to breach the security and burden you with further spyware removal issues.
How to remove Vanilla Reload Virus?
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP: