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Remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus (RCMP ) from Android Phone

It calls for reiterate here that Royal Canadian Mounted Police Android message is counterfeit though it claims to collect ransom for withdrawal of the lawsuit against illegal conduct in legal writings. With the badge, national flag or some official look, RCMP Android scam does look real. However, there is no such way to collect ransom by suddenly locking down users’ computers or Android system throughout the history. Those obedient citizens should pay extra attention to Royal Canadian Mounted Police Android Lock message and the similar ones.

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus (RCMP) Android malware is a clever one. It charges victims with watching forbidden videos online, possessing copyright content and helping propagate risky content When surfers streaming or downloading videos (especially porn) online, they are easily susceptible to RCMP, which all seems to be reasonable. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Android virus so abominable that will not help unlock computer & Android Phone as it promises after it receives the payment. To crown it all, it starts to implement devil conducts:

* Disables safe mode/ safe mode with networking/ safe mode with command prompt.

* Disables F8 key functionality, deterring you from entering you into ‘Windows Advanced Options’.

* Disables System Restore and Repair Your System functionality.

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By injecting its arbitrary registry entries, Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus manages to complete the above listed conducts. Though it takes up only a little more than hundred kb space, it is capable of slowing down the overall computer performance significantly and cutting off networking as a backdoor is formed alongside with its settlement. Such backdoor helps to load down additional junks including virus and tracking cookies. Thus, there is always an immediacy to remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus.

But there’s one thing to which you need to pay your attention, that is Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus manages to impose impact on how the computer works even after it is removed. Because of the backdoor, Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus is capable of introducing popup ads, search redirect virus and Trojans. By doing so, RCMP is able to accomplish a large sum of gravy. To completely remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus, you are welcome to follow up the steps below trawled through by professionals online.

Steps to Remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus (RCMP )

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Situation 1: able to enter into safe mode with networking

Step1: Log into Safe Mode with Networking.

– Instructions for Windows 7/Vista/XP users:

As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, keep tapping “F8 key” continuously > “Windows Advanced Options Menu” comes up > highlight “Safe Mode with Networking” option > press Enter key.

–      Instructions for Windows 8 users:

a.     Hold the Shift button and keep tapping on the F8 key. Choose ‘See advanced repair options’

b.    Select ‘Troubleshoot’ option.

c.     Click on ‘Advanced Options’.

d.    Select ‘Windows Startup Settings’.

e.     Hit ‘Restart’ on the lower right hand corner of the desktop.

Step2: Disable startup items to remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus

– Windows 8

Start screen > type ‘Task’ > hit enter key > select Startup tab > tick the box next to items related to RCMP virus > press ‘Disable’ button.

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– Windows 7/XP/Vista

Type ‘msconfig’ in “search box” from Start menu > open System Configuration Utility > right click on ‘rundll32’ > select ‘Disable’ option.

Step3: Re-manage database (registry)

– Windows 7/XP/Vista

Click “start” > put ‘regedit’ in Run box > press Enter > press and hold Ctrl+F to search for Winlogon > locate key labeled Shell in the right pane > right click on it and replace it with ‘explorer.exe’.

– Windows 8

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Move your mouse over lower right screen -> charms bar appears -> click Search charm -> type ‘regedit’/‘regedit.exe’ -> hit Enter key -> hold Ctrl and F key together to search for Winlogon > locate key labeled Shell in the right pane > right click on it and replace it with ‘explorer.exe’.

Step4: Show hidden files in a goal to remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus completely.

–      For Windows 7/XP/Vista users:

a.     Open ‘Control Panel’ from Start menu and search for ‘Folder Options’.

b.    Under View tab to tick ‘Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’ and then click ‘OK’.

– For Windows 8 users:

a.     Open Windows Explorer by clicking on Windows Explorer application from Start Screen.

b.    Select View tab on Windows Explorer window, you will get numbers of options.

c.     Tick ‘File name extensions’ and ‘Hidden items’ options.

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Step5: Save changes, reboot to normal mode to see if the RCMP virus is gone.

Situation 2: able to enter into safe mode with Command prompt

Step1: Log into Safe Mode with Command Prompt.

As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, keep tapping “F8 key” continuously > “Windows Advanced Options Menu” comes up > highlight “Safe Mode with Networking” option > press Enter key.

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Step2: Type ‘explore’ > hit Enter key to see if you are able to see the desktop > follow steps 2 – 4 depicted above.

Situation 3: unable to enter into any safe mode

Step1: Reboot your computer and log into ‘Repair Your PC’

As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, tap the “F8 key” continuously which should bring up the “Windows Advanced Options Menu” as shown below. Use your arrow keys to highlight ‘Repair Your PC’ option and press Enter key.

Step2: Follow steps 2 – 4 depicted above.

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What kind of further damage could the RCMP bring to us?

Since the Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus has blocked the screen, victims lost the control of the computer. In this period of being completely blocked out, in addition to be helpless, there were more concerns. Not only worried about being attacked by other mean virus, but also feared that confidential data would be lost. All the threats might come from those disgusting hackers. Once breaking into vulnerable system, hackers can search for multiple types of files on the targeted computer, according to different file extensions. Especially for text document, form files, compressed files, photographs , deciphering files, etc. These files usually contain the most important information, thus became the most favourite target for hackers.

After searching for valuable the valuable ones, hackers began to process these files. There are three kinds of commonly used strategies:
1.All the files will be compressed into one file and be encrypted. Then the original ones would be deleted.
In this way, the victim would be so surprised to find that all the confidential files were gone without a trace. And about the mysterious encrypted file, users don’t even know a clue about it. So they could not find a way to crack the passwords from beginning to end, and rescue the files in a timely manner.

2.Encrypt each file separately and delete the source files one by one.
The method may cost a lot of time and effort from hackers, but for them, it is all worth it. This could be considered as the highest degree of harm for users. To decrypt and rescue the files is a very difficult task to do, especially for the average users who do not have enough computer skills.

3.Wantonly move the folders, causing the illusion that the files were missing.
For the novice, hackers could use some pediatric tricks to mess around with them. They secretly move the files to some random folders, in order to keep the users confused and panic. But, to be fair, the method is relatively harmless, users can get their files back more easily.

If the users attempt to take some tough measures to these encrypted files, hackers will warn them with some messages, telling them it is forbidden to use violent means to crack the passwords, and it is also useless to ask help from antivirus. They also persuaded users and made them willing to pay the price (such as money) to save everything. What’s worse, hackers also threaten the innocent users that calling the police or informing the related departments would also be helpless, and if users did not get to obey orders or requirements, these encrypted files would be permanently deleted. In this way, users have to struggle in a fearful situation for a very long time.

What can we do about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus?

Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus don’t usually spread like the worm, because that would be so easy to be cracked. Therefore, the nasty ransomware often be artificially inserted in corrupted websites, waiting for the victim to be infected. In case to be found and analyzed, the outrageous virus can hide itself so perfectly, and the hackers also habitually destroyed all the key evidences, making the PCMP virus seem so invincible and become more and more rampant.

Under this circumstance, the most routine preventive measures is to have the antivirus and the firewalls installed in the system, and upgrade the patches of the system and applications in time. According to the analysis, we can figure out that extortion of money should be the inevitable trend of ransomware. In this case, we should consciously back up the important files in advance, and raise our vigilance while encountered with PCMP or the other similar ones.

The backups are not only a effective way to prevent being attacked by ransomware, but also have many benefits on us, such as saving a corrupted system or a damaged hard disk. More than that, when files are encrypted, the backups might sometimes be helpful for breaking the encryption algorithm. So, here is some simple guidances to help you back up your important files.
1.Click on the Start button and open the Control Panel.

2.Under the System and security window, click Backup and Restore.

3.Create a new backup by clicking on the Back up now, then search for the file you want to back up. Then follow the wizard till it finished.

* Extra tips:

1.If this is the first time to use the Windows Backup, you can click the Set up backup first.

2.Do not do anything on the computer during the process of the backup.
3.It is necessary to encrypt the important data on the backup.
4.To be on the safe side, it is strongly recommended to put the new backup in other hard disk.
5.Build a habit to store your confidential data in a secure place,which is far away from hazards, just in case of someone unauthorized accessing it.
6.Remember to check or verify the backup termly.
7.Ensure your backup is intact before using it.

Whenever and wherever encountering the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Android ransomware, we should keep calm and ask for help at once, instead of paying the fake fine hastily. The best thing to do is to complain to some reliable institutions like the network security management departments, the law enforcements, emergency organization or antivirus vendors. In this way, we might get the effective technical supports to against the Android virus , and at the same time, providing the relevant departments with clues for finding the attackers as soon as possible, so that to protect the others from being infecting with this cunning virus.

Notes:

As mentioned above in the article, residual damage can be seen after removing Royal Canadian Mounted Police Android Lock scam. Therefore, to update with virus list is especially important to guarantee a thorough removal. Remember that any leftover is capable of bring Royal Canadian Mounted Police Android virus back again. Once you are able to operate on normal mode again after finishing the above steps, please look into your system carefully to remove anything that is suspicious.

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