InducVirus Ransomware

What is InducVirus Ransomware?

Do not leave your Windows operating system vulnerable to the malicious InducVirus Ransomware, also known as Delphi Ransomware. This dangerous infection relies on unprotected systems with security backdoors, and when it invades, the victim is not alarmed at all. The encryption process is silent, and the infection is capable of encrypting files in the %USERPROFILE% directory without any notice. Once they are encrypted, the “.FilGZmsp” extension is added to the names, which should help you see which files were corrupted faster. If you are prepared, your personal files are backed up, and there is nothing you need to worry about. Delete InducVirus Ransomware and then use your backups to access files. If files are not backed up, you might be thinking about contacting cyber criminals – something we discuss in this report – but that is dangerous. In any case, whatever moves you make, you must remove the infection, and the information research team provides will help you with the process.testtest

How does InducVirus Ransomware work?

InducVirus Ransomware can spread via spam email attachments or slither into your system using vulnerable remote access channels. If you are not able to defend your operating system against the threat, it will start encrypting files immediately. Regardless of the type of file, if it is found in the %USERPROFILE% directory, it will be encrypted. It appears that RC6 algorithm is used to corrupt files. The process ensures that files’ data is changed and cannot be read. The problem should be reversible if a decryption key existed, but we cannot confirm whether or not it does exist. In fact, it is hard to say if cyber criminals would even offer it to you. At the time of research, the devious InducVirus Ransomware launched a window with a message asking to email The message informs that if the user contacts cyber attacks within 10 hours, they can decrypt files. Most likely, if you contacted cyber criminals, they would ask you to pay money for a decryptor. Do not be fooled by this! Just like CuteRansom Ransomware or XARCryptor Ransomware (the removal guides for these threats are already available), was created by cyber criminals who can tell you anything to get what they want.

The same exact message is also introduced to Windows users using two TXT files. One the them (!!КакРасшифроватьЭтуПарашу.txt) is created on PCs with the Russian language, but if that is not the language used, the second one (!!ÊàêÐàñøèôðîâàòüÝòóÏàðàøó.txt) is created. InducVirus Ransomware also displays messages with obscene words. For example, you might face a pop-up that reads “YOU F***ING S*IT.” Also, the window that we talked about also displays a button that reads “Im f***ing f***ot! PLEASE DELETE MY SYSTEM!” While we do not recommend interacting with any notifications, messages, or windows displayed by this malware, you definitely want to refrain from clicking the “PLEASE DELETE MY SYSTEM” button. If you clicked it, Windows MBR would be encrypted, and that would result in you having to reinstall Windows. Also, all of your files could be lost, not just the encrypted ones. Due to this, we suggest you close all windows and quickly remove InducVirus Ransomware.

How to delete InducVirus Ransomware

It is a terrible nuisance to deal with InducVirus Ransomware, but if this infection has managed to invade your operating system and your privacy, you need to take this as a lesson. Your operating system’s protection must be weak, and you yourself are likely to be careless. Also, you should take this opportunity to rethink the security of your personal files. If you install security software you can trust, learn to be more cautious online, and also back up your files (use external drives or cloud backup), you will not need to worry about other file-encrypting infections. Even if you are able to remove InducVirus Ransomware manually, we strongly recommend that you install trusted anti-malware software. It will always protect your system, as long as the software is updated. If you have questions, all of them are welcome in the comments section.

Removal Guide

  1. Delete the ransom note file.It could be named:
    • !!КакРасшифроватьЭтуПарашу.txt
    • !!ÊàêÐàñøèôðîâàòüÝòóÏàðàøó.txt
  2. Find and Delete the [unknown name].exe launcher file (location might be unique in every case).
  3. Empty Recycle Bin.
  4. Install a malware scanner and run a full system scan. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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