wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware

What is wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware?

If you have infected your system with wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware, you may have just got lucky. It is very rare that we mention the name of a dangerous ransomware program that can encrypt all your important files in one sentence with the word "lucky." Nevertheless, in this particular case we can give you the decryption code so that you can decrypt all your encrypted files with ease. Still, you should not take this malicious attack lightly since if this ransomware has managed to sneak onto your system, you may let other threats on board in the future. Our malware experts at anti-spyware-101.com say that it seems that there is no Bitcoin address associated with this attack so it could be an unfinished version. In any case, we recommend that you remove wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware immediately from your computer after you decrypt your files.test

Where does wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware come from?

If you find out that this ransomware has attacked you, it is quite likely that you have opened a spam mail recently and checked out its attachment. This ransomware is mostly spread as a file attachment, which can be posing as an MS Word document or an image file (.jpg or .bmp) even though it is the malicious .exe file itself. This spam can be very convincing and may strike you as urgent as well. The subject line may claim that you have not settled an invoice or a fine of some sort, you used the wrong credit card details for an online booking, and so on. All these subjects can relate to anyone really so you would feel drawn to this mail wanting to see more. However, the message itself will not reveal much more about this alleged matter; you are lead to believe that you must see the attached file for full disclosure. And, obviously, that is the point where you could still save yourself and your files. But once you click to view this malicious file, there is no way for you to stop encryption even if you delete wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware after you notice it.

How does wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware work?

This ransomware can encrypt all your personal files, including your databases, archives, photos, and documents. This can be a great loss for anyone. No wonder why we keep emphasizing the need for a backup either on a removable drive or to cloud. The encrypted files get a ".encrypted" extension, which has been used a number of times before so it would not really help you identify this particular threat. After the encryption, the ransom note window comes up and informs you about the encryption of your files as well as displays a whole list of the files that have been taken hostage. This note tells you to pay $1,000 worth of Bitcoins for the decryption key. However, the good news is that we do have this key so you can easily decode your files. Take a deep breath, you are not going to lose $1,000 dollars; not today. So, if you are ready, let us share with you how you can remove wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware from your computer and restore your files at the same time.

How do I delete wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware?

Luckily for you, we have the recipe, the solution for you to get your files decrypted as well as remove wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware from your computer. If you follow our guide below this article, you can relatively easily do so. Please note how easily you can infect your system with even such a dangerous threat. If you do not trust your skills anymore, it may be a good time to install a proper anti-malware program, such as SpyHunter. Of course, there are several trustworthy security programs out there you can choose from. But be wary of the fake anti-virus and anti-malware products because you could be scammed to buy one, which would not do a quality job or may simply infect your computer with more threats.

Remove wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware from Windows

  1. Enter "VgjRPoOM0oa92_jId!/wkMeW6,guuSe" (without the quotes) in the "Decryption key" field.
  2. Now, press Decrypt Files.
  3. After it has finished decrypting your files, press Win+E.
  4. Check all your default and other download folders for suspicious .exe files and delete them all.
  5. Empty your Recycle Bin.
  6. Restart your computer. 100% FREE spyware scan and
    tested removal of wlojul@secmail.pro Ransomware*

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