Virus from Surigao
Oh my fucking god, what the fuck!? I have become too reckless of viruses that now I finally learned my ultimate lesson. After double-clicking the USB drive icon I noticed that it did not move and so I gave it two more clicks. Moments after, Kaspersky came in running saying of a virus. I opened the command prompt and found out that it was already disabled. I restarted my computer, hopeful enough, but what did I get? A fucking message that I did not understand and bother to read. Then, it turns out that regedit.exe and the Task Manager has also been disabled. Now, what.
Hi. Howaryu? Aym Jaw-ly-bee-cute 3 yehs old frum da bheig bheig manchion ein Shurigaw. Ayl stey hirh forawhile bcos duhbad ghuys tukmehan lefme sumwerh inda leibleib phleiys and ayduno how tu get bak howm. Dows badguys promishd me five moh box of cholate afterh ay join dem indahgeymof haydenshik. Little duhayno bout theyrh ploy of shelling me to dah burgoise. Gudtinh Jawllybeeismart to trwikdemowt anfund weyh hirh tuhuyd.
Upon examining the message the pops up before the password input on start up, I realized that it was English written indistinctly. What blazed me up more is the fact that it mentioned Surigao, a place just a few hours from my hometown San Francisco in Agusan del Sur. I am certain about this. There’s absolutely no doubt that it was a Filipino who made this — a Filipino who particularly speaks the same language as I do. The most disheartening part is that answers on how to resolve this nuisance don’t seem to be available on the Internet yet. Am I the lucky #1 to have tasted it then? All right, this gives me a more bigger drive to make my own wreckage in the future. Oh, you just all wait. I am gonna completely destroy not only your Task Managers, but also your electric sockets.