Suspended Ransomware

What is Suspended Ransomware?

Suspended Ransomware is a threat that can be used to encrypt your files. That is done so that the crooks behind the infection could have leverage when making their demands. The main demand, of course, is that you pay a ransom, and it is quite big – 600 USD. All in all, whether the ransom is small or big, paying it is never a good idea due to several reasons. First of all, you do not want to obey cyber criminals at all. Second, you do not want to waste your money, and that is likely to happen if you pay the ransom. Although the developer of the ransomware wants you to believe that a decryption key would be offered if you paid the ransom, that is unlikely to happen. research team warns that this is the risk that the victims of Baliluware Ransomware, Creeper Ransomware, Hrhr Ransomware, and many other similar infections face as well. Unfortunately, if your operating system was invaded by any of these threats, most likely, the only thing you can do is remove them. Do you know how to delete Suspended Ransomware?

How does Suspended Ransomware work?

Did you let Suspended Ransomware in by opening a spam email with a corrupted file attached to it? We are yet to confirm that this is how this malicious threat spreads, and so it is important to beware of other potential security backdoors. When the threat slithers in silently, it starts encrypting files without any warning, and so you are unlikely to stop the attack in time. You might realize that encryption is happening only if you stumble upon files with the “.SUSPENDED” extension appended to their names. Of course, you are most likely to discover this only after Suspended Ransomware is done, or when you open the !!!RestoreProcess!!!.txt file, which represents the ransom demands. There is a possibility that copies of this file would be created in every folder containing the encrypted files. When you initiate the removal of the ransomware, we suggest erasing every single copy. Although the TXT file is not malicious, you do not want any leftovers of the malicious ransomware on your operating system. Of course, it is okay for you to open the file and read the message first.

The creator of Suspended Ransomware uses !!!RestoreProcess!!!.txt to inform you about the encryption and to demand a ransom in return for an alleged decryption key. It is stated that the files are encrypted using the RSA 1024 key, and that you need a private key and special decryption software to get the files back. The ransom, as we already discussed, is $600, and you can pay it only if you email the creator of Suspended Ransomware at If you do that, you should be sent additional information regarding the payment. is introduced to you as an alternative email address. We do not recommend contacting either of them because you do not want cyber criminals to record your address and flood you with spam and, potentially, corrupted attachments in the future. Also, you do not want to pay the ransom, and we already discussed why that is a bad idea. Overall, you are likely to be able to recover your files only if you have backups.

How to delete Suspended Ransomware

Hopefully, file backups exist, and you can recover data, but you should worry about all of this only after you remove Suspended Ransomware. The elimination of this malware must be your priority because it is controlled by cyber criminals, and you want to sever any ties with them as soon as possible. It is strongly advised that all Windows users dealing with this malware install anti-malware software. It will find and automatically delete Suspended Ransomware components, which might be difficult to do manually. The guide below shows the basic steps that are required to eliminate this threat; however, because we cannot tell you where the launcher is, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to clean the operating system yourself. If you are not ready to invest in a reliable anti-malware program, install a free malware scanner offered via the Download link. It will help you learn more about the threats active on your PC.

Removal Instructions

  1. Identify the {unknown name}.exe file that is the launcher.
  2. Right-click and Delete the file.
  3. Right-click and Delete the ransom note, !!!RestoreProcess!!!.txt.
  4. Empty Recycle Bin and then perform a full system scan. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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