Remove Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus (tips to unlock your PC)

Has your computer been recently blocked by the Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security warning? Are you scared of being prosecuted by the FBI Department of Defense and U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center agencies? Why do you see this frustrating message with Barack Obama’s finger pointing at you? Have you really done something illegal online what would be worth punishment? Whether you have done anything of criminal nature or not – believe us, this scary message is absolutely fake and not a real FBI warning. It has nothing to do with the Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security agency. Then what does this message stand for? Please read the rest of the article as we attempt to explain what exactly is happening with your locked computer.

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security ransomware
Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus screen shot

The fake warning supposedly coming from Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security is a ransomware virus infection of Urausy family. This is a special type of malware that locks the desktop of targeted computer completely and doesn’t let user do anything with the blocked PC. Any attempts of users to restart the computer turn out to be unsuccessful. The locked status remains irrespective of the number of reboot attempts.

The only goal of this ransomware virus infection is to scare user with a lot of fictitious information contained in the bogus FBI warning. In this fake Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security alert users are accused of committing various crimes online through the computer that became the target of this scam. Here is the list of crimes this fake FBI warning message reports as ones supposedly committed by user:

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security
FBI. Department of Defense
U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center
Your computer has been blocked for safety reasons listed below.
You are accused of viewing/storage and/or dissemination of banned pornography (child pornography/zoophilia/rape etc). You have violated World Declaration on non-proliferation of child pornography. You are accused of committing the crime envisaged by Article 161 of United States of America criminal law.
Article 161 of United States Of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 5 to 11 years.
Also, you are suspected of violation of “Copyright and Related rights Law” (downloading of pirated music, video, warez) and of use use and/or dissemination of copyrighted content. Thus, you are suspected of violation of Article 148 of United States of America Criminal Law.
Article 148 of United States of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 3 to 7 years or 150 to 550 basic amounts fine.
It was from your computer, that unauthorized access had been stolen to information of State importance and to data closed for public Internet access.
The penalty set must be paid in course of 48 hours as of the breach. On expiration of the term, 48 hours that follow will be used for automatic collection of data on yourself and your misconduct, and criminal case will be opened against you.
Amount of fine is 300$. You can settle the fine with MoneyPak or MoneyGram xpress Packet vouchers.
As soon as the money arrives to the Treasury account, your computer will be unblocked in course of 24 hours.
Then in 7 day term you should remedy the breaches associated with your computer. Otherwise your computer will be blocked up again and criminal case will be opened against yourself (with no option to pay fine).

Hackers who developed the virus can’t bear until scared users fulfill their fraudulent offers. The locker prompts users to pay the fake fine within 48 hours in the amount of $300. Surely, you’d rather spend this money more wisely then supporting these cyber crooks. Nevertheless, the locker says that your failure to pay the fine will result in legal prosecution and criminal proceedings initiated against you. Obviously, this is a typical scam. Regretfully, some users who got scared with this bogus Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security warning have paid this fake fine of $300, which is a typical ransom that goes directly into the pockets of online frauds.

We do hope that you will not be in the list of those users who were scared by fake Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security alert. So, don’t ever send any funds through GreenDot MoneyPak or MoneyGram system as instructed by this virus. Instead, please carefully follow the guidelines set forth below on how to effectively unlock your computer.

Recommended ransomware removal solution:

  1. Restart your computer into Safe Mode with Networking. To do it, keep hitting F8 key repeatedly, before Windows OS starts booting.
  2. Select your operating system and the account that got locked with ransomware.
  3. When Windows launches in Safe Mode with Networking, use “Win + R” hotkey combination to open Windows Explorer.
  4. In the address line insert the text “
  5. Click “OK”.
  6. Download, install, update and run Plumbytes Anti-Malware.
  7. Malware removal tool
  8. Scan your computer with Anti-Malware and remove all detected threats.
  9. Restart your computer.
  10. Share this information with your friends on Facebook and other social networks.

Similar removal video at YouTube:

So, we do recommend you to try the above method initially. Then, if it does not work, try these other guides below. It is probable that these other methods will be effective solutions to fix your problem. If this information has been helpful to you please share it with other friends of yours.

Alternative removal guides to remove ransomware from your computer:

  1. Ransomware removal in Safe Mode with Networking –
  2. Removal of ransomware that modifies “Shell” registry entry –
  3. Removal of ransomware that replaces explorer.exe file –

Optional ransomware removal through System Restore:

Optional similar virus removal video guide (through System Restore method):

Important! If the above-mentioned guidelines didn’t help you unlock your PC, use this guide as a final solution –

4 Replies to “Remove Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus (tips to unlock your PC)”

  1. Yes I was a victim of this rasomware fraud but I did not pay haha…but I did however burn my computer and destroy every solid piece left over,I figured it was a virus but thought I needed a new computer anyways lol just goes to show you can’t trust anything anymore

  2. I got bit by these MF’s too. Just wanted to dump this whole cyber crap bull and do without.

    It is really [sinful word, a.k.a. swearing] when this kind of stuff it allowed to screw us “Bricks” to the tune of 300 bucks.

    Hey, lets just abandon this cyber [bad language] all together, go back to type writers.


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