Your computer is blocked by Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus ( CSIS Virus) asking for 100 dollars (100$) or 100 euros( 100€) to unlock the computer? Can the CSIS Virus gain access over your computer and make you pay $100.00 or $200? How do i unlock my computer from CSIS virus ukash scam screen? Well, here you can unlock your computer from the Canadian police virus and fully remove the scam without paying $100 or $200 CAD.
Computer Frozen by Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus – How to Remove?
Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus (Alias CSIS ukash scam) is a fake Canadian police virus. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Ukash virus is known in the industry as a malicious scam to rob the money out of your pockets and steal your bank account and other secret information nowadays. The most common appearance when you turn on your PC that has already been infected by this nasty virus is that, the whole screen is locked and there’s nothing you can do except paying 100 or 200 Dollars to unlock your PC screen. And that’s how it starts with the ransomware! Taking the above into consideration, you should be aware of the danger and uncertainty. If you don’t take effective measures to deal with it, its next step might be corrupt your computer and make further damage. Therefore, it is highly suggested to remove it as early as possible. Once be attacked by CSIS virus, how can i unlock the computer? Or how do i get rid of www.csis.gc.ca virus? Is there a www.csis.gc.ca virus remover? There is only one way to regain the use of the computer and remove the warning message, and that is by removing the virus entirely from the computer. We suggest that a manual process is used, and we have provided detailed information below in order to remove the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus in full from the computer.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus is a ransomware attack that displays a warning message stating that the users computer has been locked due to it being inked to several illegal activities online, including the distribution of pornographic material, spamming, and download of copyright material. Once this virus is installed on the computer it will manipulate the system settings, blocking the operation of any program and the opening of any file. The warning message and lock will be triggered immediately at the start up, leaving the user no option of stopping it. The warning that the hackers have put together uses the official Canadian Security Intelligence Service seal and logo, making it look like an authentic message that would come directly from them. It displays the IP address of the computer user as well as the location. It states that the user is obligated to pay a fine of $100 or $200 to regain access to the computer, and not paying will result in further fines as well as legal trouble.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus (CSIS Ukash Virus), also the so-called “Win-locker”, has transformed into a lot of versions as time goes by, targeting on different countries especially on Canada lately. At first, before you know it, it gets into your PC without any permission mainly via e-mails and sharing files online. Once your PC is infected, you will be constantly bothered by annoying pop-up alerts saying that the police of the country has detected through your IP address and accusing that you are visiting illegal websites about violence or pornos. People who believe these fake alerts may be very confused because they are in fact not doing anything mentioned above. For some, because of being frightened, they will just pay the required amount of money to unlock their PCs as soon as possible; for others who have some basic knowledge of computers might consider removing this virus by anti-virus programs that have been installed on the PCs before. But little do they know that most anti-virus programs on the infected PC can be dysfunctional or even removed by this stubborn virus. Unlike other viruses, Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus (CSIS Ukash Virus) stops users from operating their PCs by locking the screens and requests money directly from PC users. It is a ridiculous trap to rip off money. People are warned to not step into this kind of traps but manually remove this virus with the solutions here.
Note: To completely get rid of this virus, live chat with YooSecurity Support now, or you can follow the manual removal instructions below to get rid of this virus (for advanced computer users).
CSIS Virus Screenshot
New Version of Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus (The computer is locked by Internet Service Provider) On September, 2013
How Dangerous Is The CSIS Virus? What Are The Symptoms of CSIS Ukash Virus?
The virus can lock your computer without your concept. Got Warning! as below:
Virus that says the IP was used for child porn and terrorist activities.
Computer locked by Canadian security virus.
CSIS locked my computer.
Computer virus CSIS pay fine and Canadian porn Ukash.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus is a hazardous program that should never be trusted. This virus is trying to pretend as a legitimate warning from CSIS stating that your online activities have violated the national law so you have to pay a fine to save yourself. The message also threaten you that if you don’t hand over the money you will be accused and very likely to go to jail in near future. Please do not trust in such a scam and pay any money to the remote hackers behind it because even you have sent them money your computer will still be locked up. What the hackers care about is just the money they don’t care about your computer at all so it’s meaningless to made the payment even if you’re a very rich man. This CSIS virus malware explodes very fast through Internet so you can get it from the malicious pages that overflow among all kinds of pornographic sites and spam add-ons or software that you are not familiar about. If unfortunately this malware has broken into the defense of your computer it will go into action immediately and that’s why you can see this nasty page coming up right after you turn on your computer.
This Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus is a ransomware attack that just targets users in Canada, and the message that is displayed to the infected user will include the following message:
“Government of Canada
Gouvernement du Canada
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité
This operating system is locked due to the violation of the laws of the Canada!
Following violations were detected: Your IP address is [removed]. This IP address was used to visit websites containing pornography, child pornography, zoophilia and child abuse. Your computer also contains video files with pornographic content, elements of violence and child pornography! Spam-messages with terrorist motives were also sent from your computer.
This computer lock is aimed to stop your illegal activity.
To unlock the computer you are obliged to pay a fine of $ 100.
You must pay the forfeit through Ukash:
To do this, you should enter the 19 digits code in the payment form and press OK (if you have several codes, enter them one after the other and press OK).
If an error occurs, send the codes to address email@example.com”
The virus asks the user to pay the fine in the for of a Ukash prepaid card, which allows the user to load cash onto the card and then transfer it through the computer using a 19 digit code. First, it is important to understand that the Canadian government isn’t going to ever lock a computer and the surely are not going to ask to be paid a fine through the computer using an unsafe method like Ukash. The hackers request this method because it is not traceable and the user cannot challenge the transaction once they send the money and find out the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus is a scam.
The easiest way that the hackers infect so many computers is by placing the virus within email attachments and then sending these emails to millions of users at a time. All it takes is opening the attachment to infect the computer with this ransomware virus. They also spread it throughout the many free download sites out there that receive millions of visitors daily. By placing the virus within images and files that are downloaded in large quantities they are able to infect many PC’s.
How To Get Rid Of CSIS Virus Manually?
I have been hacked by another form of the CSIS virus and i cannot access my main account. How do i get rid of it? And i have anti-virus programs installed, why it didn’t pick up this ransomware? It is because the virus hide deep in the system files, and it can change all your settings. Once the virus warning page shows up you are not able to close it or minimize it because it has already taken control of your computer and you can’t use it to do anything. Besides, this CSIS ukash virus scam can find other threats from Internet and download them into your system automatically, which is intelligently designed by remote hackers in advanced. Once those threats get in as well, they will start to damage your system until it’s totally crash down and by that time you would probably want to buy a new computer to replace this one. What’s worse, those intelligent virus have the ability to steal private information and confidential documents that stored inside your computer and then deliver them to the hackers so that they are able to use them or sell them for illegal economic benefit and they will definitely lead to great loss to you. Therefore what you need to do is to remove Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus from your system as soon as possible before more threats and damages are lead to your computer.
Step 1: Restart your computer in safe mode with networking. Please remember keep hitting F8 key before windows launches until you get the Windows Advanced Options Menu shown as below:
Step 2: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to open the Task manager to stop the progress of Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus. Because the name will be changed fast, it will be displayed with different name with random letters.
Some Associated Files of Canadian Security Intelligence Service Malware
Registry Entries That Generated By Canadian Security Intelligence Service Ransomware
CSIS Virus Video Tutorial On How to Modify Windows Registry:
One of the victims said:”My computer says is locked by the CSIS Virus, is it real and can they block your computer? I read and found out people said it is a scam”. I am needing to remove the “Canadian Security Intelligence Service Notice” virus. How to get rid of Canadian security intelligence service notice as i am not a computer geek? “Well I turned on my computer today to run a scan so my friends mom could use it and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus locked my computer. I don’t know how to get rid of it? How to remove a virus from your laptop that has a block on the computer? Is there a CSIS virus malware removal tool? Or you need to pay fines thru Ukash to Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus when the Canadian Security Intelligence Service notice appear on my CPU? That is terrible!!!” A complaint from another victim.
Friendly reminder: Do not pay the requested fees or provide any personal information in any way. Be aware that even if you are able to unfreeze your PC by yourself or use the guides we provide above, the malware may still exit and run in the background as it is continuously evolving with new variants, stealing your personal information and stealthily installing other malicious codes if needed. Live Chat with YooSecurity professionals to remove all Reveton Ransomware variants from your computer.
Special Note: If you failed to remove Canadian Security Intelligence Service virus and don’t want to make things worse, please contact with YooSecurity experts 24/7 online to disable the virus to save your computer.
Published by Matt Johnston & last updated on September 23, 2013 5:00 am