Remove Tono PaySafeCard Virus (Ransomware) from PC Completely!
Tono is a legal organization that protects legal rights of Norwegian and foreign composers, publishers and authors of music. But, recently some hackers are using it to lock PCs and rip the users’ money. It is categorized as a ransomware for its nasty nature which belongs to a ransomware family called Gimemo. When it will infect your PC, it will lock your PC screen and say that your computer has been locked due to make copyright violations and you have to pay an amount of 1000 NOK to unlock your system. It seems like genuine but it’s totally fake. So, if you pay the amount, your total money will be lost and your PC will remain locked. Besides, it will welcome other threats to your PC to make it more infected. This threat can also be used to steal your personal information and data to perform some critical tasks. As a result, it steals valuable critical user data and sends it to any unreliable source, your PC’s resources will be compromised and it may also disable certain functions of your PC, it may also download and install several harmful spyware programs on your PC and many more. So, you should remove Tono PaySafeCard virus from PC as soon as possible.
Tono PaySafeCard Virus Screenshot!
Symptoms of Tono PaySafeCard Virus Attack!
- You may find problems in running or executing some of the programs of your PC.
- It locks your PC and does not unlock it until you pay ransom money.
- Your PC’s resources will be compromised and it may also disable certain functions of your PC.
- It may also download and install several harmful spyware programs along with this ransomware.
- It gets installed in to the computer system without any permission.
- And so on.
How Tono PaySafeCard Virus into the PC!
It is actually not certain how this malware gets into the computer system particularly. If it takes the help of any method to intrude in to any particular PC then you can’t be sure it will do the same for others. Since it does not requires any kind of administrator permission to get inside, so it is really hard to find how it gains entry into the PC. Some of common intrusion methods include –
- Taking the help of some sneaky Trojans, viruses and other malware’s.
- Clicking links of pop-ups and ads which are malicious in nature.
- Downloading free stuffs like movies, codec’s, videos etc. from un-trusted or malicious websites.
- Visiting any adult/porn, infected or malicious websites.
- And many more.
How to Remove Tono PaySafeCard Virus from PC Effectively!
You can uninstall Tono PaySafeCard virus easily by using this automatic tool provided below. It automatically scans your whole PC and removes all the traces of this threat. It will also help you to enhance your PC performance. So, without wasting any more time, just download this application and run a free scan of the infected PC to get rid of Tono PaySafeCard virus completely. Free download is also available here.
To view complete installation process, check out Installation Guide!
Manual removal methods of this ransomware tends to be little less reliable & effective, but still those methods are explained below –
Step 1 – Start your Windows system and keep pressing ‘F8’ button on your keyboard until Windows Advanced Option menu shows up. Then select the ‘Safe Mode with Command Prompt’ option from the list and press ‘Enter’.
Step 2 – In the opened command prompt type ‘explorer’ and press ‘Enter’ to open the explorer windows.
Step 3 – Now in the command prompt type ‘regedit’ and press ‘Enter’.
Step 4 – In registry editor window navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogon
Step 5 – In the right side of the window locate ‘Shell’ and click on it. Now click on Modify. Its default value is Explorer.exe, if you see something else, then remove it and type Explorer.exe on it. If something else is written on it then use that information to navigate to the rogue executable and remove it.
Step 6 – Then restart your PC and download the file mentioned below and perform full system scan to eliminate Tono PaySafeCard Virus from PC.