What is Ransomware?

If you opened this web page, you probably have Ransomware on your computer, or you want to find out more about this malicious infection. It is really unfortunate if you have gotten infected with this ransomware application. Ransomware programs are there to swindle you out of your money by making you pay for a decryption key that they sometimes cannot even issue.

Therefore, if this ransomware infection entered your system, you need to remove Ransomware right now. Follow the instructions you find at the bottom of this description to get rid of this program for good.test

Where does Ransomware come from?

This program comes from the Crysis Ransomware family. According to our research team, Ransomware is identical to most of the other programs from the same group. Therefore, it is very likely that the decryption tool used for Crysis Ransomware might work on Ransomware, too. However, do not feel discouraged if there is no public decryption available. More often than not, it is necessary to start from scratch when we encounter ransomware infections. So please be aware that there is always a possibility you might need to do just that.

On the other hand, if you manage to protect yourself from Ransomware, then you wouldn’t even need to worry about restoring your files. Now, is there a way to avoid this infection? Yes, there is. But it requires some work and attentiveness on your part. We know that ransomware usually comes with spam email. Ransomware installers files come in spam attachments, and users download these files willingly. This usually happens because users are tricked into believing that the attached files are really important and they need to open them immediately.

However, please remember that you can always double-check whether the received email is legitimate or not by contacting the supposed sender or by opening their website. If you were not supposed to receive that message, it would be for the best to simply ignore it. Or, if you really think that the file might be important, scan it with a security tool before opening it.

What does Ransomware do?

If, unfortunately, Ransomware manages to enter your system, we know exactly what it is going to do because we have seen the Crysis Ransomware family work before. This program will encrypt all the picture and document format files. So, it is safe to say that once the encryption is complete, you won’t be able to access most of your files.

What’s more, to make sure that you cannot restore your files, Ransomware deletes the Shadow volume copies. If the Shadow volume copies are enabled, it is possible to restore destroyed or lost data. However, the ransomware infection does everything it can to stop you from doing that. Once again, it shows how important it is to have an external file backup. Also, new operating systems often offer to back up your files on a virtual cloud drive. If you have a chance to do that, please use this opportunity.

Aside from encrypting the target files, Ransomware also drops a ransom note in every affected folder. Like most of the ransomware note, this one says that you must pay or else:

All your files have been encrypted!

All your files have been encrypted due to a security problem with your PC. If you want to restore them, write us to the e0mail
Write this ID in the title of your message [alphanumeric ID]
In case of no answer in 24 hours write us to theese e-mails:

As you can clearly see, there is no consistency in the message. Also, paying these criminals would probably not bring your files back. Therefore, you must ignore the ransom note and look for ways to remove Ransomware.

How do I remove Ransomware?

This infection doesn’t drop additional executable files. Therefore, the only file that you have to remove in order to get rid of this infection is the main installer file that you have downloaded onto your computer. After that, please consider scanning your PC with a reliable antispyware application. There might be more dangerous threats on-board, and you should remove them all. Also, if you need to find out more about file recovery options, do not hesitate to address a professional.

Manual Ransomware Removal

  1. Delete unfamiliar files from Desktop.
  2. Go to the Downloads folder.
  3. Remove the most recently downloaded files.
  4. Run a full system scan with SpyHunter. 100% FREE spyware scan and
    tested removal of Ransomware*

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