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Remove Cyber Command of South Texas Virus (Android Phone Tips)

Generality of Cyber Command of South Texas Virus

Cyber Command of South Texas virus is a variant of U.S.A. Cyber Crime Investigations Android virus that demands a maximum ransom of $ 300 for cancelling the accusation of breaching “Copyright and Related rights law” against individual. By employing threatening punishments including deprivation of liberty for several years, legal terms, figure of Barak Obama and badges of statutory departments, Cyber Command of South Texas manages to cheat victims into submitting the non-existent fine.

Cyber Command of South Texas virus
According to the title of the sealed screen message, it is obvious that the ransomware targets PC and Android users in South Texas mainly. By monitoring the open source code of the site an individual is visiting, Cyber Command of South Texas virus manages to tell the location and stand a chance to exploit vulnerability there for commencing its infiltration. With the same method, the Android ransomware manages to show up as Cyber Command of New York, Cyber Command of Utah and many others.

Usually, Cyber Command of South Texas virus asks victims to hand over the money within the time so fix on the sealed screen message through MoneyPak or MoneyGram. By doing so, hackers do not have to worry about the problems during the collecting session such as counterfeit money and delay in money transfer.

How Does Cyber Command of South Texas Virus Work?

First of all, we have to know that the heart of working mechanism of Cyber Command of South Texas virus is Trojan. The major ways for its dissemination are:

  • World Wide Web.
  • Counterfeit pop-up messages telling to download/ update Adobe/ Flash Player.
  • Links and attachments contained in Emails.

Usually, Cyber Command of South Texas virus would try to find out vulnerability out of open source codes of web sites, especially porn sites, so as to load its vicious code and payloads onto the sites for successful infiltration to the computers accessing to them.

When Cyber Command of South Texas virus finally gets on a machine, it numerates all system catalogues and drivers referencing the mostly used services before overwriting them so as to transfer the original ones to the hidden folder created by the virus. By doing so, Cyber Command of South Texas virus is capable of obtaining the information of a target computer and displaying the forged accusing page. To ensure that victims would hurriedly hand over money, Cyber Command of South Texas virus modifies the database to make it pop up and lock down the entire computer at each computer start. Such random modification in database would also compromise the security and incur dysfunctions such as improperly working security utilities, unusable Safe Mode, etc..

Best Way to Remove Cyber Command of South Texas Virus

It is believed that victims encounter problems like System Repair would not repair the computer completely, System Restore will not be enabled, some forms of Safe Mode are inaccessible as a consequence of Cyber Command of South Texas virus disabling build-in services referencing security after it’s binding to system files and modifications in database. Furthermore, Cyber Command of South Texas virus copies itself to various directories in a bid to guarantee that it is able to re-produce the deleted items by anti-virus programs for several processes are working together to keep one vicious item running. That’s why some victims told that anti-virus programs did remove some malicious detections but not sufficient to remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus.

Manual way is thus recommended. However, it requires computer technology so that no mistakes would occur to impose harms to the machine overtime or instantly. Self- help steps have been offered hereinafter for reference. Real-time online assistance is also ready from VilmaTech Online Support here if one lacks computer knowledge.

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Feasible Steps to Remove Cyber Command of South Texas Virus

A: Remove  Cyber Command of South Texas virus from “Safe Mode with Command Prompt”.

It is recommended to remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus from “Safe Mode with Command Prompt” since nowadays ransomware are so aggressive to easily lock down “Safe Mode with Networking”. By doing so, we can save time and trials.

One – Log into “Safe Mode with Command Prompt”.

 Windows 8 users to follow up:

  1. On the Cyber Command of South Texas virus screen, press Alt,Ctrl and delete key together to get a blue screen.                                                   ctrl+alt+del
  2. Hold shift key and click on power button at the same time to select Restart option.win8 task manager1
  3. Please select Troubleshoot with arrow keys arrow key.
  4. Then select Advanced options in the next screen.
  5. Hit Restart button to hit F6 to get into safe mode with command prompt.

Windows 7/XP/Vista users to follow up:

  1. Restart the computer after power down the computer.
  2. As the computer is booting but before Windows logo appears, keep tapping “F8 key” continuously.
  3. Highlight “Safe Mode with Command Prompt” option on the “Windows Advanced Options Menu” screen.safe mode with command prompt
  4. Press Enter key.

 

Two –  Create a new user account from cmd.
  1. Type ‘explore’ at the place where a slash/ line is flashing.explorer from cmd
  2. Hit Enter key to enter ito another desktop.
  3. Created a new user account with administrator right.

Windows XP users to follow up:

  1. Click Start button before clicking on Control Panel.
  2. Double click on ‘User Account’.
  3. Select ‘Create a new account’.
  4. Type a name for the new user account before clicking on ‘Next’.
  5. Tick ’Computer administrator’ before clicking ‘Create Account’.

Windows 7 users to follow up:

  1. Click the Start button.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click User Accounts and Family Safety.
  4. Select User Accounts.
  5. Choose ‘Manage another account’.
  6. Select ‘Create a new account’.
  7. Type the name you want to name the user account.
  8. Tick ‘Administrator’ before clicking Create Account to finish creating a new administrative user account.

Windows Vista users to follow up:

  1. Hit Start menu to select Control Panel.
  2. Select ‘Add or Remove User Accounts’.
  3. Click ‘Create a New Account’.
  4. Enter an account name, then select account type as administrator.
  5. Click ‘Create Account button’ to finish the process.

Windows 8 users to follow up:

    1. Double click on ‘Control Panel’ on the start screen.        control panel
    2. Click on ‘Add a user’ under ‘Users’ which is on the left pane.
      1. If Windows Live id is available, use it to create a new account.create user

      2. Otherwise, click on ‘More about logon options’ to fill in the given form

    3. Then follow the on-screen hint to finish creating a user account.

If you have questions on how to create a new user account with admin rights on Windows, you are welcome to get one-to-one assistance from VilmaTech Online Support.

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Three- Remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus in the newly created user account.

Restart the computer normally and enter into the newly created user account to follow the below steps.

1. disable startup items of both Cyber Command of South Texas virus and unwanted ones.

Windows 8 users to follow up:

      1. Type ‘Task’ in the Charms bar from Start screen.
      2. Hit Enter key to find and check  unwanted and vicious items.win8 startup
      3. Press ‘Disable’ option to complete the session.

Windows 7/XP/Vista users to follow up:

      1. Type ‘msconfig’ in Search/ Run box launched from Start menu.
      2. Hit Enter key to find and check unwanted and vicious items.
      3. Press ‘Disable All’ option to complete the session.

2. rectify database (registry editor)

Windows 8 users to follow up:

      1. Move your mouse over lower right screen to type ‘regedit’ on the Search charm bar.
      2. Hit Enter key to bring up a window.
      3.  Press and hold Ctrl+F to search for Winlogon.
      4. Locate key labeled Shell in the right pane.
      5. Right click on it and replace it with ‘explorer.exe’ to help remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus.

Windows 7/XP/Vista users to follow up:

      1. Click “start” and put ‘regedit’ in Run box.
      2. Press Enter to bring up a window.
      3. Press and hold Ctrl+F to search for Winlogon.
      4. Locate key labeled Shell in the right pane.                           change to explorer
      5. Right click on it and replace it with ‘explorer.exe’ to help help remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus.

3. show hidden files to remove related item of Cyber Command of South Texas virus.

Windows 8 users to follow up:

      1. Open Windows Explorer by clicking on Windows Explorer application from Start Screen.windows explorer
      2. Select View tab to tick ‘File name extensions’ and ‘Hidden items’ options.win8 hidden file
      3. Navigate to Roaming folder and Temp folder respectively in Drive C to remove files with abnormal name, such as serial numbers with random letters.

Windows 7/XP/Vista users to follow up:

      1. Open ‘Control Panel’ from Start menu and search for ‘Folder Options’. folder options1
      2. Under View tab to tick ‘Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’ and then click ‘OK’.
      3. Navigate to Roaming folder and Temp folder respectively in Drive C to remove files with abnormal name, such as serial numbers with random letters.

 

 B: Remove Cyber Command of South Texas Virus when none of Safe Mode is accessible.

Windows 8 users can use system repair to remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus since it owns better security:

      1. Type ‘Advanced’ in the Charms bar on Start Screen.
      2. Click Settings category.
      3. Select Advanced startup options.
      4. General PC Settings screen appears.
      5. Scroll down to the bottom to select Advanced startup.
      6. Press on Restart now.
      7. Select Troubleshoot.
      8. Select Advanced options.
      9. Click on Automatic Repair.
      10. Log in the User Account you wish to repair.
      11. Automatic repair will now start.
      12. After a while, your computer will automatically restart; please leave it to complete all the process.

Windows 7/XP/Vista users can use “Last Known Good Configuration” to remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus:

      1. Restart the computer after power down the computer.
      2. As the computer is booting but before Windows logo appears, keep tapping “F8 key” continuously.
      3. Highlight “Last Known Good Configuration” option on the “Windows Advanced Options Menu” screen.
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      4. Press Enter key and allow the computer to resume itself after it finishes.
      5. Back to the normal screen to see if Cyber Command of South Texas virus is gone.

 

C: Remove Cyber Command of South Texas Virus from Mac

Generally speaking, Mac will suffer browser-type Cyber Command of South Texas virus due to its programming and advanced technology. Therefore, one just need to simply reset Safari to remove Cyber Command of South Texas virus.

      1. Go to Safari menu and choose ‘Reset Safari’.                      Reset safari
      2. Tick all given options on the pop-up window.
      3. Press ‘Reset’ to confirm the change.                                                            reset safari1

 

The thread given above is for reference because Cyber Command of South Texas virus manages to load down more payloads into a target computer and Android system through the backdoor it chisels up. The longer the ransomware stays alive on a computer or a Android phone, the more payloads will be downloaded, resulting in the more residual damages including Android security issues would be caught after the removal. Damages can encompass endless popup advertisements, frequent redirections when searching for results, slow computer performance, tardy page loading speed and the like. All these might retrieve Cyber Command of South Texas virus. Therefore, one should adopt the most efficient way so far and should clear leftovers and virus that are not existent prior to the infiltration of Cyber Command of South Texas Android virus all together. Should one be confused by the steps or unable to remove Cyber Command of South Texas Android lock virus completely, feel free to live chat with computer experts from VilmaTech Online Support for solutions applicable to the concrete situation.

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