- Slow Computer
- System crashes
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Hijacks homepage
- Changes default search engine
Cyber criminals focus on the development of ransomware nowadays, but not all of them, Anony.email@example.com Ransomware is among them, are developed with the intention of stealing money from users. Specialists working at pcthreat.com are sure that this ransomware-type infection has been originally developed for testing purposes because it encrypts files in the only folder DemoEnryption located in the D: drive. The chances are high that there will not be a single user having the folder with the same name located in the same place , so there might be no users who find their files encrypted even though they encounter Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware. Malware analysts say that cyber criminals might still start using this ransomware infection to extract money from users easier one day. In this case, they will update it so that it would encrypt users’ files no matter where they are located. Our specialists want users to know that transferring money to developers of ransomware is a bad decision no matter which ransomware infection they encounter – although they should get a decryption key, it is more likely that they will get nothing after sending money.
The version of Anony.email@example.com Ransomware our specialists have tested locks only one folder DemoEnryption and does not touch any other files, so it should not cause trouble to users (they should not have this folder on their computers). It is not hard to notice which files have been affected by this computer infection because those it encrypts get a new extension .anon. It is not all this ransomware infection does. It also opens a window on Desktop after locking users’ files. It contains a note – victims are explained why they can no longer open their files and, on top of that, they are told that they can unlock them only by contacting the developer of ransomware. Specifically speaking, people are told to write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not even bother writing an email to them because a free decryption tool has already been developed by specialists. Also, there is no point in doing that if your files have not been locked because you could delete this ransomware infection manually. If it happens that you are reading this article because you have discovered an updated version of Anony.email@example.com Ransomware which encrypts users’ files, do not pay cyber criminals a cent even though you will be told that it is the only way to decrypt files. If you ignore this piece of advice, there is a possibility that you will lose both your files and your money.
Users must delete Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware from their computers the second they discover this threat. Before we talk about its removal in detail, we want to tell users more about distribution methods that might be used to disseminate this infection. It should be emphasized that Anony.email@example.com Ransomware is malware released for testing purposes recently, so it is not spread actively yet. Of course, if cyber criminals ever decide to start using it as a tool for getting money from users, you might surely find this threat on your computer. Ransomware infections are usually distributed via spam email campaigns. They travel as email attachments and enter PCs when users open them, or they enter computers when users click on malicious links they find in spam emails they receive. According to specialists, ransomware infections are quite sneaky threats, so they might find other ways to show up on PCs as well. Install a powerful security application and set it to be active 24/7/365 if you do not want to find new files locked again in the near future.
All malicious applications must be deleted from the system as soon as possible if users encounter them, so do not let Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware stay. You can choose how to get rid of this threat yourself: manually or automatically. Users who make a decision to remove this crypto-threat manually need to find and erase a malicious file they have recently launched. Before taking action, kill a process of this threat to close a window opened on your screen. In case you choose the automatic method, acquire a powerful malware remover, such as SpyHunter, first, and then you will only need to launch it to get malware erased from your PC in an automatic way.
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