- Slow Computer
- System crashes
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
TBlocker Ransomware is a new threat that can slither onto your system and encrypt your personal files only to demand hundreds of dollars from you for the decryption key. Normally, this would be a devastating experience because a lot of times it is not possible to recover the encrypted files without the decryption key and such criminals rarely give you this key even if you pay. However, it seems that this time you are in the luck actually because we have found out a way to unlock your screen and decrypt your files; and, all this for free, of course. Therefore, there is no need to scream and panic when you find out about the encryption of your precious files and that you cannot access them. We never advise anyone to pay the ransom fee in any ransomware cases because it is risky and they would support online crime, too. What you can do in this case is that you read our full article and remove TBlocker Ransomware from your system so that you can recover your files afterwards.
This ransomware program can infiltrate your system in a number of ways. It is possible that these cyber villains use weakly configured RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) to gain access to your system if you have any remote desktop software installed on your machine. Using weak passwords, for example, can enable cyber crooks to attack your computer and install such a dangerous program. Another method is the use of Exploit Kits like RIG. Crooks can create fake websites that run malicious scripts in the background. These kits can exploit out of date software, so if your browsers or drivers (Flash, Silverlight, and Java) are not up-to-date, when such a webpage loads, it can drop this ransomware program in the background and you will not even see it coming.
The same can happen when you download or install software under suspicious circumstances like clicking on a third-party pop-up ad. Nevertheless, probably the most likely method such criminals use is spamming campaigns. You may get a mail that claims that you have an outstanding urgent invoice, you have made a booking with the wrong credit card details, there are suspicious transactions on your bank account, and so on. Do you think you would want to see what this mail has for you? Unfortunately, the victims of this threat do think so and open it. In fact, opening this mail is not the worst thing that can happen. The real danger is usually hidden and disguised as an attached file. This attachment is supposed to have all the details you need about the alleged important matter. However, when you run this file, you activate this attack and can normally say goodbye to your files. This is why it is not possible to delete TBlocker Ransomware or any other ransomware generally without losing your files. It is only sheer luck that this time we have a way out of this nightmare.
This ransomware infection uses the DES algorithm to encrypt your files. This encryption algorithm is considered as an outdated one by malware researchers. It adds an unusual "_" character to the end of the extension of the encrypted files, which makes it a bit difficult to list all the affected files. Unfortunately, this malware program disables main system processes, such as explorer.exe and Task Manager, which also makes it more difficult to eliminate it.
Once the damage is done, this threat locks your screen with its ransom note. Since you cannot seem to do anything about it at first sight, it may be pretty scary for most inexperienced computer users. This ransom note wants you to pay $250 worth of Bitcoins to a provided wallet address within 24 hours; or else, your computer will be locked permanently and your files will be shared publicly on the web. At least, this is how these cyber crooks try to frighten you. So let us help you take back the control of your system. Let us see how you can remove TBlocker Ransomware as soon as possible.
First of all, you need to enter "580933" as the key to unlock our screen. Then, you can restart your computer in Safe Mode. Of course, you can also choose to simply switching off your computer, although above Windows 8 you will not be able to start up your system in Safe Mode. Please keep this in mind before rushing to press Reset. You can follow our instructions below if you need assistance. Once you have remove TBlocker Ransomware from your system, you need to find a DES decryptor on the net and use "Password" as the decryption key to decrypt your files. If you are not a skilled user, we do not recommend that you do this alone. If you would like to protect your system from similar dangerous hits, we advise you to save backups and install a reliable anti-malware program as soon as possible.
Restart your computer in Safe Mode
Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10
Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
How to remove TBlocker Ransomware from Windows