Baliluware Ransomware

What is Baliluware Ransomware?

Our researchers say Baliluware Ransomware should encipher files, but for some reason, it cannot. Apparently, it identifies targeted data, for example, pictures, text documents, and so on, but it fails to encrypt them. What’s more, our researchers at say the infection might show various messages that do not make sense. For anyone who infects the system with Baliluware Ransomware, we advise not to pay any attention to the displayed warning and concentrate on how to erase the malware. Fortunately, there are a couple of different ways to do so and further in the article, we will talk about these options more as well as the malicious program’s working manner. In fact, just slightly below the text, we will add instructions for manual deletion, so if you feel up to such a task, we encourage you to slide below and check them out.testtesttest

How does Baliluware Ransomware work?

The malicious program’s installer might be downloaded by the user himself, but after it settles in the malware should create another copy of it and drop it in a different directory. It is impossible to say how the original installer might be called, but the copy could be titled baliluware.exe or similarly. Soon after creating it, Baliluware Ransomware may check the files located on the system to see if you have any data with .txt, .docx, .xls, .pptx, .jpg, and other extensions alike. However, as said at the beginning of this article, the infection fails to encipher user’s private data; at least this is what happened with the sample obtained by our researchers.

If you are not sure whether the version you received was able to encrypt any data you should simply check if your files have a second extension. To be more precise the malware was programmed to place a specific extension at the end of each file’s title, for example, sunset.jpg.YOU-ARE-FUCKED-BY-BALILUWARE-(CODED-BY-HEROPOINT). The other thing we noticed, Baliluware Ransomware might show warnings or pop-ups with texts that may not make any sense, for example, “I made Payments , Pls return back my computer.” Normally, file-enciphering threats ask for a payment and promise to send a decryption tool as soon as the ransom is paid, but with this infection, it looks more like the hackers behind it are teasing their victims. Luckily, you do not have to stand it as you can simply erase the malicious program.

How to delete Baliluware Ransomware?

There are two ways to handle Baliluware Ransomware, so you can pick the one suits you best. For instance, if you prefer removing threats on your own, you may want to check out the instructions located a bit below as they will tell you what to do step by step. For those who find this task too challenging it might be best to find a legitimate antimalware tool and use it instead. All there is to do is install it on the system, perform a check-up, and then press the removal button once the report shows up. Of course, before eliminating the detections, you could look through the list where you should see the malicious program in question.

Get rid of Baliluware Ransomware

  1. Tap Ctrl+Alt+Delete.
  2. Select Task Manager.
  3. Look for a malicious process that could be associated with the malware.
  4. Select this process and click End Task.
  5. Leave Task Manager.
  6. Click Windows key+E.
  7. Check the following paths:
  8. Locate the malware’s launcher; a file responsible for infecting the system.
  9. Right-click the suspicious file and press Delete.
  10. Find the mentioned directory: %ALLUSERSPROFILE%
  11. Locate a file called baliluware.exe or similarly, right-click it and choose Delete.
  12. Exit the File Explorer.
  13. Empty Recycle bin.
  14. Restart the device. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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