Anonymous Virus

What is Anonymous Virus?

So far we've been used to Ukash viruses that lock computers pretending in the name of national law enforcement organizations. However, unlike FBI Moneypak or Metropolitan Police Virus, Anonymous Virus takes an entirely different approach towards terrorizing computer users. Although it is a ransomware application from the Ukash Virus group, instead of pretending to be displaying a message from a law enforcement agency, Anonymous Virus locks your desktop in the name of the notorious hacktivist movement Anonymous.

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The movement itself is known to have been taken down a few important and major website servers over the past year, and so now Ukash ransomware infections make use of the Anonymous name to scare computer users into paying money for something that will not and cannot be delivered. Anonymous Virus attacks users in various locations, including the USA and European Union, so the amount of ransom fee can vary according to your location, however the main message that is displayed across your screen is the same:

Knowledge is tree. We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us!

Tango down!
Your computer has been hacked by the Anonymous Hackers Group and locked for the moment. All files have been encrypted. You need to pay a ransom of $100 within 24 hours to restore the computer back to normal. If the ransom is not paid on time all the contents of your computer will be deleted and all your personal information such as your name, address, D.O.B etc. will be published online, after this has been the processor, ram and motherboard will be fried. Any attempts to remove this virus will results in the consequences mentioned.

This threatening message is followed by instructions on how to unlock your computer by using Ukash and paying the money. A lot of users get scared and do spend their money on this malicious application, however, you should never do that because your money will be spent for nothing and your computer will remain infected with Anonymous Virus.

To unlock your computer and remove the infection, do the following:

For Windows Vista & 7:

1. Turn on or reset your computer.
2. Press F8 while the system loads for the menu to appear.
3. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
4. Access the Internet and download SpyHunter from
5. Install SpyHunter and terminate the ransomware.

For Windows XP:

1. Restart the computer and press F8 before Windows logo appears.
2. Use arrow keys to navigate and choose Safe Mode with Networking from system boot menu. Press Enter.
3. Click Yes, if a table appears.
4. Open your browser and download SpyHunter.
5. Open Start menu and launch Run.
6. Type "msconfig" into the blank space and click OK.
7. When System configuration menu appears click the Startup tab.
8. Select Disable All function and click OK to save changes. Exit the menu.
9. Restart your computer in Normal mode.
10. Install SpyHunter and run a full system scan to remove Anonymous Virus.

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