Cyber Command of Nevada virus

What is Cyber Command of Nevada virus?

Cyber Command of Nevada virus is a malicious program that displays a false notification on your screen. Consequently it locks you out of your computer and tries to make an impression that you are a cyber criminals who needs to be punishes severely. At the same time Cyber Command of Nevada virus claims that you can avoid criminal sentence by paying a $300 fine. Needless to say, that the only reason why this infection enters your computer is money and it will not let go of your computer no matter how much money you transfer to the creators of Cyber Command of Nevada virus. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Where does Cyber Command of Nevada virus come from?

As you can most probably tell, Cyber Command of Nevada virus is a ransomware infection and thus it is part of the huge Ukash Virus family. It is directly related to FBI Virus, NSA Virus and other similar infections. The program is usually distributed by Urausy Trojan, which means that your computer has been already infected prior to Cyber Command of Nevada virus entering it.

Another novelty regarding this infection is that, while previous Ukash Virus threats were localized for particular countries, Cyber Command of Nevada virus is part of a new batch of infections that target computer users residing within the United States at a state level. Thus, the name of the infection changes its name according to the state you reside in, and it can also be called Cyber Command of New York virus, Cyber Command of Hawaii virus, Cyber Command of Texas virus and so on.

What does Cyber Command of Nevada virus do?

The symptoms of this infection are very clear and obvious, and it does not try to hide from you unlike a Trojan or a worm. Once you get infected with Cyber Command of Nevada virus, your desktop access is restricted and you are displayed a fake security notification. The notification has supposedly been delivered by the USA Cyber Crime Investigation forces, and your computer has been locked up, because you were caught distributing child pornography and other illegal content. Here is an extract from the notification displayed by Cyber Command of Nevada virus:

Your computer has been blocked up for safety reasons listed below.
The penalty set must be paid in course of 48 hours as of the breach. On expiration of the term, 48 hours that follow will be used for automatic collection of data on yourself and your misconduct, and criminal case will be opened against you.

Amount of fine is 300$. You can settle the fine with MoneyPak or MoneyGram xpress Packet vouchers.

Since this infection successfully blocks users from accessing their computers and basically says that they have less than 48 hours until their case is forwarded to court, quite a lot of users open their pockets and pay the supposed “fine” via MoneyPak or MoneyGram.

However, paying the fine does not unlock your PC – you simply lose your money, and your PC does not get unlocked. Not to mention that all the accusations laid out on the notification are false and they are devised to push you into spending your money for nothing.

How to remove Cyber Command of Nevada virus?

Refer to the instructions below in order to unlock your computer. Then acquire a powerful antimalware program to run a full system scan and remove Cyber Command of Nevada virus, Urausy Trojan and all the other infections automatically. Keep in mind that an automatic antimalware tool will help you protect your PC from similar threats.

How to restore desktop access

Windows 8

  1. Press Windows key and click Internet Explorer tile.
  2. Access and install SpyHunter.
  3. Run a full system scan.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Reboot the PC and press F8 for a few times.
  2. When Advanced Boot Options appear, select Safe Mode with Networking and hit Enter.
  3. Go to and download SpyHunter.
  4. Install the program and scan your computer.

Windows XP

  1. Follow the steps 1 and 2 above.
  2. Click Yes on a confirmation box.
  3. Download SpyHunter.
  4. Open Start menu and click Run.
  5. Type “msconfig” into Open box and click OK.
  6. Select Startup tab on System Configuration Utility.
  7. Uncheck all the programs on the list and click OK.
  8. Reboot the PC in Normal Mode.
  9. Install SpyHunter and scan your system. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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