Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted ransomware removal
The Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted virus, otherwise known as the Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted virus (Everything on your computer virus) is dangerous malware categorized as ransomware that access a computer via Trojan horses and restricts access to the computer system by displaying a full screen page. The Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted virus, alike similar ransomware such as the FBI virus or DOJ virus, blocks access to an infected computer with a full screen page that claims to be a notification from the United States government. In this case Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted malware disguises itself as the Department of Justice and claims the computer was used illegally and therefore the computer owner must pay a penalty fine of $100 – $500 within 72 hours to avoid jail-time and further penalties. Please note, this is a computer virus that is in no way associated with the United States government. Paying the fine will not remove the Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted virus and may initiate further complications.
The Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted virus fraudulently claims the computer user must pay the fine using MoneyPak, Vanilla Reload, Reloadit, and other services. The message displayed on the Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted ransomware lock-screen are detailed below. Please note, even if you did violate the law the United States government and Department of Defense will not lock or block your computer screen. They will instead physically arrest you.
The United States Department of Justice The common law is the will of mankind issuing from the life of the people. Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted. Your computer has been blocked! All activities of this computer has been recorded. All your files are encrypted. Don't try to unlock your computer. This PC is blocked due to at Least one of the specified below. You possess unlicensed software and pirate audio and video records. Illegal access has been initiated from your PC without your knowledge or consent, your PC may be infected by malware, thus you are violating the law on Neglectful Use of Personal Computer. Your are a distributor of pornography and porno materials, regularly watch porno sites with child pornography and zoophilia. In connection with the decision of the Government as of January 26, 2013, all of the violations described above could be considered criminal. If the fine has not been paid, you will become the subject of criminal prosecution. The fine is applicable only in the case of a primary violation. In the case of second violation you will appear before the Supreme Court of the USA. ALL ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED THROUGH YOUR COMPUTER HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN THE POLICE DATABASE, INCLUDING PHOTOS AND VIDEOS FROM YOUR CAMERA FOR FURTHER IDENTIFICATION. To unlock your computer and avoid other legal consequences, you are obligated to pay a release fee of $100.
How did I get infected with ransomware?
Ransomware such as the Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted virus are often spread through email spam, drive-by download websites, hacked websites, compromised social media posts, torrents, and more.
To remove the Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted virus and third-party malware from your computer please use the free Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted removal instructions below.
How to remove ransomware
- Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted removal software (Automatic removal) – Scan and remove Department of Justice ransomware
- System Restore – Restore PC to date and time before Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted malware infection
1. Ransomware removal software
1. Install the free or paid version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software.
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Release date: 2013
2. Once Malwarebytes is installed, open the Anti-Malware program. If you are using the free version of Malwarebytes you will be prompted to update the database, please do so.
3. On the first tab labeled “Scanner” select the Perform full scan option and click the Scan button to perform a full system scan (pictured below).
4. Malwarebytes will automatically detect the Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted virus. Once the scan is complete, Malwarebytes will prompt a message stating malicious objects were detected. Select (check) the malicious objects in the list and click the Remove Selected button to completely remove Everithing on you computer malware from your computer (The image below shows a file that is NOT selected for removal – ‘Make sure the box is checked in’).
2. System Restore
A System Restore is an easy solution to restore an infected computer to a date and time before it became infected with dangerous ransomware. To learn more please select a link below.
Ransomware removal tips:
If removing the Everithing on you computer has been fully encrypted virus is difficult, there are several steps you can use to troubleshoot the removal process:
Ransomware often infects 1 user account on Windows. Here are some tips to remove the Department of Justice virus using different user accounts.
- Log into an account not affected by malware (with administrative rights) and perform a scan with reputable software to detect and remove malware.
- You can also delete the infected account.
- Other options include creating a new user account to remove malware if only 1 Window’s user account is present on the computer system.
Some variants of ransomware use flash and symptoms of the infection can be suspended by denying flash via Macromedia’s real-time options. To learn more and deny flash please visit: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/help09.html
Troubleshoot internet/network issues
Safe Mode With Networking can be used to access the Internet for updates, drivers, removal software, or other files if internet and network connectivity is compromised.