Reha Ransomware

What is Reha Ransomware?

No one wants to get infected with the likes of Reha Ransomware. It is a dangerous computer infection that might leave you looking at tons of encrypted files without any hope of retrieving them. While it is not that complicated to remove Reha Ransomware from your computer, you have to do everything in your power to recover the files that were affected by this infection.

Scroll down to the bottom of this entry for the manual ransomware removal instructions. It would also be a good idea to acquire an antispyware tool that would help you protect your system from similar intruders in the future.test

Where does Reha Ransomware come from?

On the other hand, a security program is not enough to protect your computer from these threats. You should also learn more about the way ransomware programs spread. Once you learn to tell apart these potential ransomware infection signs, you will be able to prevent these dangerous programs from entering your computer.

Reha Ransomware is actually one of the many programs that come from the STOP Ransomware family. Therefore, it behaves almost the same as Alka Ransomware, Odveta Ransomware, Leto Ransomware, and many other applications that come from the same group. It means that they are based on the same code, and there are only certain things that get modified from one infection to another.

They also clearly employ the same distribution methods. As far as our research team can tell, Reha Ransomware spreads via spam email attachments. Unfortunately, it means that users download and install these applications on their computers willingly. Of course, no one would want to have such a program on their system, but users simply aren’t aware of that.

They think that they download some important documents they have received from a reliable party. However, this “reliable party” is actually a spam campaign that sends out phishing emails. And yes, those emails can look quite convincing. Especially when they say that you have to check the received documents immediately and then take the necessary action. However, if you haven’t been expecting these emails, you really should double-check the sender and the content. At least scan the received files with a security tool of your choice, and if the scanner says that the files are safe, then you can try opening them.

What does Reha Ransomware do?

Needless to say, not everyone checks the files they receive before opening them. As a result, things like Reha Ransomware manage to affect target systems. Once this program finds its way into your computer, it will launch the file encryption. All the affected files will have a new extension added to their filenames, too. For instance, a dog.jpeg file after the encryption would look like dog.jpeg.reha.

The good news is that some files affected by Reha Ransomware can be decrypted. There is a public decryption tool available for the STOP Ransomware family. However, please note that this tool cannot decrypt EVERY single file. It works only for a group of files that were encrypted using an offline key. The rest of the files should be restored from a backup, provided you have one.

It is also important to ignore the following ransom note that will be dropped in every single folder that contains encrypted files:


Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.

How do I remove Reha Ransomware?

Keep your money to yourself and delete Reha Ransomware right now. If you think that you cannot do it on your own, get yourself a powerful antispyware tool. Also, if you feel at your wits’ end, don’t hesitate to address a professional who would help you with the situation at hand. Not to mention that there should be other file recovery options, and you should definitely explore them before deciding to start building your file library anew.

Manual Reha Ransomware Removal

  1. Remove the most recent files from Desktop.
  2. Remove the most recent files from the Downloads folder.
  3. Press Win+R and type %LOCALAPPDATA%. Click OK.
  4. Delete the 0000000x-xx00-0xxx-x00x-x0xx0000000x format folder from the directory.
  5. Perform a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner. 100% FREE spyware scan and
    tested removal of Reha Ransomware*

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