- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
ANSSI Virus is a computer infection which is categorized as ransomware due to the fact that it disables access to the PC. No operations can be performed on the PC, and the only way to unlock the computer is by remove the infection from the PC. The most confusing thing about ANSSI Virus is that its interface looks like a warning that could be provided by some authoritative institution. Ignore the content of the warning and do not even think of paying the fine that is required. Remove ANSSI Virus as soon as you can.
The virus in question, or rather a variant of a Trojan horse is labeled as such due the logo of Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information (ANSSI). There are tens of different variants of ransomware infection, each of which displays a localized warning that contains the logos of local or even international authoritative institutions. For example, there are such threats as FBI Virus, Politie Office Central Virus, CIBS Pol Virus, and many others.
According to the warning, the user of the PC has violated some articles of law. The allegations in the warning deals with the illegal used of videos, software, and other copyrighted material. Moreover, the user is supposedly believed to have been involved in the distribution and use of pornographic material. If you have ANSSI Virus on your PC and cannot decide what to do next, do not hesitate and remove the threat from the PC.
ANSSI Virus requires that the user makes a money transaction via Ukash or Paysafecard. In order to pay the so-called fine of 100 Euros, you are supposed to buy a voucher and enter its code into the box given in the warning. Note that safe payments via Ukash or Paysafecar can be made only on particular websites, and you should never expose the PIN code of a voucher or the card number to third-parties.
Ignore the logos of Europol Cybercrime Centre, Hadopi, and others you find in the warning, and follow the instructions below in order to remove the threat. We recommend that you use SpyHunter as this real-time anti-spyware tool can remove the infection and safeguard you against various potential malware threats.
How to remove ANSSI Virus
Windows Vista and Windows 7