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How to remove International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (Ransomware) virus

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The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus (ICSPA) is a ransomware variant that belongs to the Trojan-Ransom.Win32 and Win32/LockScreen.APR. The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus will display a fake notification, and use a lot of different names, such as FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), FBI online agent, Australian Federal Police (ICSPA) virus, ICSPA (international cyber security protection alliance).

The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus will completely lock you out of your system. If you try to log on into your Windows operating system, it will display the screen of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus and asking you to pay a non-existing fine in the form of a Ukash or PaySafeCard.

You should ignore any alert from the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance and do not pay with Ukash or a PaySafeCard. You will be sending your money directly to the cybercriminals if you do.

To remove these forms of ransomware, you will need to run FixMeStick by starting the FixMeStick in Safe Mode. You can find instructions on how to do so HERE.

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