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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 Ransomware uses silent techniques to enter your operating system and corrupt your personal files, but it is not silent at all when demanding a ransom from you. When this program slithers in – and it is most likely that it will enter as you open a corrupted spam email attachment – it will immediately encrypt all files, except for system files that keep your operating system running. Once your files are encrypted, you will see the “.{}.xtbl” extension attached to them (for example, test.doc.{}.xtbl). At the same time, the infection will create TXT and JPG files to represent the demands. These demands push you to email the address that is also added to the extension that we see attached to files. You have to think carefully if you should contact cyber criminals or remove Ransomware, and we are here to make things clearer for you. Ransomware, Ransomware, and Ransomware are few of the many ransomware infections that come from the same family as the suspicious Ransomware. These threats are most likely to be created by different malware creators, but they are using the same template, which is why they are so similar. In most cases, the email provider is used, but is employed as well. In fact, in some cases, both of these providers are utilized to make the communication with cyber crooks possible. The email address is represented via a TXT file called "DECPYPT FILES.txt", and it is also mentioned via the new wallpaper on your Desktop (“DECRYPT.jpg”). Notably, this Desktop notification is represented in Russian, which suggests that this threat is targeted at users who speak the language. Here is the full ransom note that is represented via the Desktop wallpaper.

ваши данные зашифрованы последни алгоритмом шифрования.
Если хотите вернуть данные, то отправьте 1 зашифрованный файл на электронную почту
У вас есть 48 часов иначе ключи будут удалены

According to the notification, you have 48 hours to contact cyber criminals and pay the ransom. Of course, this notification does not even mention the ransom. All that it says is that you need to contact the creator of Ransomware to initiate file decryption. Once you get a response – if you decide to email the creator – you will be given additional instructions telling that you need to pay a ransom. The truth is that the ransomware encrypts your files using the RSA-2048 encryption key, and the decryption key is in the hands of cyber criminals, which means that only they have the power to provide you with this key. According to our research, a third-party decryption key that would be able to decipher the encryption does not exist yet, and, unfortunately, there are no guarantees that it will be created. It seems that the creator of Ransomware is in full control, but paying money to them is risky because they could take it without giving you the access to a decryptor, and, of course, that would be terrible.

Are you hesitant about removing the ransomware because you do not want to jeopardize your option of paying the ransom? As long as you record the email address, you will be able to communicate with cyber criminals, and you can delete Ransomware. Surprisingly, the threat does not assign a unique ID number, which is usually attached to the extension of the encrypted files. This might suggest that cyber criminals are not even capable of decrypting your files. It is also possible that they have a master key that can be used for all victims. If we discover this master key, we will update this report, but you should not hold your breath. Overall, paying the ransom requested by the creator of this ransomware is extremely risky, and we do not recommend it. Are your files backed up? If they are, you are in luck! If they are not, consider this a lesson. When it comes to the removal, you really should use automated malware removal software. If you choose the manual removal route, do not forget to check your operating system for leftovers and other active threats. Also, figure out how to protect your PC from the attacks of other malicious computer infections. Ransomware Removal

  1. Launch RUN (tap Win+R keys on the keyboard) and enter regedit.exe.
  2. In the pane on the left, navigate to HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop.
  3. Double-click the Wallpaper value, empty the value data box, and click OK.
  4. Navigate to HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Wallpapers.
  5. Double-click the BackgroundHistoryPath0 value, empty the value data, and click OK.
  6. Move to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
  7. Right-click and Delete the {random name} value associated with the malicious .exe file.
  8. Launch Explorer (tap Win+E keys on the keyboard).
  9. Enter %WINDIR%\System32\ (or %WINDIR%\Syswow64\, depending on your Windows version) into the bar at the top to access this directory.
  10. Identify the malicious {random name}.exe file, right-click it, and select Delete. If you cannot find it in this directory, check these ones:
    • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %USERPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
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