- Slow Computer
- System crashes
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
"Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware
"Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware is a computer infection that does a very good job at frightening the affected users. In reality, it is not as dangerous as your regular ransomware programs because it doesn’t even encrypt your files. Therefore, you have to face your fears and simply remove "Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware from your computer. Scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual removal instructions. If you do not feel confident enough to terminate this infection on your own, please feel free to acquire a licensed antispyware tool that will do the job automatically for you.
The truth about such infections is that it is quite easy to avoid them, but users seldom employ safety measures that would help them do that. In fact, you don’t need any special program for the first few steps. As long as you exercise caution, it should be enough to help you avoid most of the malicious threats.
So, what do you need to pay attention to if you want to avoid "Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware? First, you should never download and open spam email attachments. Of course, all of us know that interacting with spam messages is no good, but we are pretty sure that people seldom think “it will happen to me.” The point is that it CAN happen to any of us, spam reaches all of us
For the most part, spam email messages get redirected to the Junk folder by your email provider’s algorithm. However, it is also possible for a spam campaign to be sophisticated enough to reach your main inbox, too. What’s more, if you are a target of a spear phishing campaign, it is very likely that the spam email with a dangerous file will jump right into your main inbox, looking like some important document.
And here we reach the question of important documents. Have you been waiting for that document? Do you know the sender? If the message seems absolutely random, and the tone is urgent, that is the dead giveaway that the message is fake. However, if you do not feel like deleting it without checking, you can always scan the received file with a security tool of your choice. If the scanner says that the file is dangerous, you can automatically just delete it and forget all about it.
However, if users avoid these precautions, the likes of "Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware do enter their systems. We are very lucky that this program does not encrypt files or anything like that. It only stops you from accessing your desktop, and at first, it might look scary. However, you can easily close the program’s window using the Alt+F4 command, and then just delete this infection from your computer. As mentioned, you can find the manual removal guidelines right below this description.
While you are at it, you should scan your system looking for other potential threats. If you managed to install Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware on your computer accidentally, it wouldn’t be surprising if you had other dangerous intruders on-board, too. Also, you have to remember that the Windows operating system would never block your computer. Sure, if you use a pirated version of the system, you may experience certain pop-ups (and it’s not safe, first and foremost), but you should definitely know that Microsoft would not lock your computer up with this message on the screen:
The poor English in the message should be enough to let you know that Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware is not the real deal. Just remove the message and the program that displays it right now, and be done with it.
To protect your system from other similar threats, do not hesitate to invest in a licensed antispyware tool. Also, it would be a good idea to go through your web browsing habits and weed out the ones that might inadvertently expose you to malware infections.
How to Remove "Your Windows Has Been Banned" Ransomware