- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Ninja Ransomware is a serious computer infection that might enter your system. If it has already happened, it means that your system is vulnerable to malware. Specialists say that this threat usually sneaks onto computer when a user surfs various untrustworthy websites and clicks on different unreliable links placed on it. In addition, Ninja Ransomware can easily enter a system if a user opens a spam email attachment or has other malicious applications installed on the computer. If this threat ever manages to enter your system, you will notice that immediately because your wallpaper will be changed and you will no longer be able to access your photos, videos, music, and other files. It is very important that you get rid of Ninja Ransomware because it might do activities behind your back and encrypt new files you install on your computer. Unfortunately, this ransomware infection cannot be erased via Control Panel, but we still know how you can get rid of it easily.
Like previously published ransomware infections (e.g. ScreenLocker ransomware, FileCoder Ransomware, and ORX-Locker ransomware), Ninja Ransomware has been created in order to obtain money from users. In order to do that, Ninja Ransomware encrypts all the major files. Users usually notice that they cannot access files with such extensions as .mp3, .jpg, .txt, .rtf, and others. The wallpaper placed on the screen instructs them to send one file to email@example.com. Most probably, this file will be decrypted for you for free and you will have to pay a ransom if you want to gain access to the rest of your files. As the message says, users have only 1 week to do that. Actually, we do not recommend sending money to cyber criminals because there are no guarantees that they will unlock files for you. You should especially not make any payment if you have a backup of your main files because you can easily restore them. In such a case, it is still very important that you get rid of Ninja Ransomware because it might encrypt your files again and again.
Luckily, this ransomware infection will not block .exe files and system utilities, but there is a very huge possibility that it will use your Internet connection. It is not clear why it needs it, but there is a possibility that cyber criminals control this threat remotely. As you can see, ransomware is a very serious infection, so you should definitely take care of your system’s safety in order not to encounter these threats ever again. You will definitely not be able to protect your system from malware yourself, so we recommend installing an antimalware tool on the system. Of course, you will have to keep it enabled and update it periodically if you want it to protect your PC from malware. It is also very important that you invest in a really good security application. It is because free unreliable tools might cause a really serious harm to your computer.
As we have already mentioned, you will not be able to delete Ninja Ransomware like any other program because it does not have an entry in Control Panel. Believe us; it is really difficult to erase this threat manually. Actually, we even think that it is impossible to do that for ordinary computer users. Therefore, we highly recommend scanning the system with a trustworthy antimalware tool, such as SpyHunter. Its diagnostic version can be downloaded from this website, but you will have to upgrade it if you want it to erase Ninja Ransomware for you. It is really worth having a trustworthy tool installed because it will not let similar threats enter your system in the future.
How to get rid of Ninja Ransomware