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Danger level 7
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Slow Computer
  • System crashes
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel Ransomware

The ransomware endemic is at all-time high because we are registering at least several new infections every single day now. Ransomware is yet another infection that comes forth with the intention to make your life miserable. However, you should not succumb to this terror. Even if it seems that all hope is lost, you can still remove Ransomware from your system and restore your files. All you have to do is follow the instructions below this description, and if you find yourself really stuck, you can also leave us a comment, and we will personally guide you through the removal process.

The most common ransomware distribution method is spam campaigns. For example, right before you open that invoice attachment from your bank or some online store, you should think twice, whether you have ever received a similar file from the same institution before. You most probably have not, and that fact alone should be enough to convince you the file and the email message it came with have to be deleted at once. Unfortunately, quite a few computer users fall for this trick. They download the malicious attachments and, the moment they open the files, they launch the Ransomware infection or any similar malicious program.

Ransomware programs are quite straightforward in their goals and behavior. Ransomware will not beat around the bush, waiting for you to figure out what happened to your computer. It will announce its presence by displaying a ransom note on your desktop, instead of your desktop wallpaper. Luckily, the program does not actually LOCK your desktop, which would mean you would not be able to access your system files and other important utilities. This program merely changes your wallpaper to catch your attention. And it certainly does it quite successfully, considering that no one can ignore the message it shows:

Decryptor files are available at the post office:

The message is displayed in Russian and English, and the part of it in the English language is ridiculously fobby. It is obvious that it has been translated by a machine from the Russian text, and there is no “post office” really, you simply need to contact the hackers via the given email address. Of course, you should not even consider communicating with these hackers because you can never know what the results might be. For one, the server connection might be shaky, and the email inbox may eventually flop before your note even reaches them. Next, if it gets to the point you send them money, they might take the payment and scram, without even bothering to issue the decryption key.

The same behavioral aspects can be applied to a big list of other ransomware programs that have been released by the same criminals, including Ransomware, Ransomware, Green_ray Ransomware, and many more. This family of malicious infections encompasses a wide range of programs that expect to make easy money out of you. Of course, you should never let them have their way.

Alas, there is no public decryption tool available at the moment, so it may not be possible to restore your original files, but you can always transfer them back to your PC from your external hard drive! This is where keeping a backup becomes extremely important. It is not just about having access to your files when you are away from your computer. It is also keeping additional copies of your documents in case the original ones went missing or gone corrupt. Like in this case. In fact, transferring your files back to a clean computer is a lot easier than decrypt each and every affected file out there.

As far as the ransomware removal is concerned, you may have to work harder on that one because manual removal requires you to locate and delete all the program’s files and registry entries. Albeit it is not too complicated, the task itself is tedious and annoying. Thus, if you want to get rid of Ransomware in a more efficient manner, you can always remove it with an automated antispyware tool of your choice. What’s more, investing in a security application would help you safeguard your system against similar intruders in the future. Do what is right to protect your PC!

How to Delete Ransomware

  1. Press Win+R and type %APPDATA% into the Open box.
  2. Click OK and go to Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup.
  3. Locate and delete a random name .exe file.
  4. Press Win+R and enter %ALLUSERPROFILE%. Click OK.
  5. Navigate to Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup.
  6. Find and delete a random name .exe file.
  7. Press Win+R and type %WINDIR%. Hit Enter.
  8. Open the Syswow64 folder and delete a random name .exe file.
  9. Go to the WINDOWS folder again and double-click System32.
  10. Locate and delete a random name .exe file.
  11. Press Win+R and type in regedit. Click OK.
  12. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop.
  13. On the right, right-click the Wallpaper value.
  14. Delete or change the wallpaper image path. Click OK.
  15. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Wallpapers.
  16. Right-click and delete the value with the value data C:\Users\user\Decryption instructions.jpg.
  17. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
  18. Delete the values with this value data:
  19. Run a full system scan with SpyHunter.
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