- Slow Computer
- System crashes
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware is a threat you might encounter unless you use a virtual machine – the ransomware infection is capable of detecting them and might not work on them at all, specialists say. Research conducted by specialists working at pcthreat.com has also shown that NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware is the newest version of Everbe Ransomware. The threat has two older versions, and it is very likely that its new versions will be released in the future. If you do completely nothing to protect your system from harmful malware, the chances are high that you will encounter all future versions of Everbe Ransomware as well. Every time the ransomware infection will enter your system successfully, your personal files will be encrypted. As for NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware, it locks data on victims’ computers as well. Users are told that their files are not damaged, but, instead, modified. The modification can be reversed using a special decryption program. Victims can get it from cyber criminals, but, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that it will be given to you for free. It is very likely that you will have to pay for it. We cannot promise that you will get it, so we would say not to spend your money on it. Unfortunately, there might be no other ways to get files back because this malicious application deletes all Shadow Volume Copies on the affected computer. No doubt NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware must be erased completely whatever you decide.
NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware will encrypt all your files if it ever enters your system successfully. Ransomware infections encrypt documents, music, pictures, and many other files no matter where they are located. It will not be too hard to find out which of your files have been encrypted by NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware. All files it locks get the .[email@example.com].NOT_OPEN filename extension – it is placed at the end of the file next to the original file’s extension. You should also find the !_HOW_RECOVERY_FILES_!.txt file dropped in all the directories on your computer after the successful entrance of this computer threat. The text file dropped contains a message that consists of three parts. The first one explains what has happened to those files that can no longer be launched. The second one tells users what they can do to unlock their files. They need to use the special decryptor program that they can get from the ransomware developer. Users need to send an email with the unique ID in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org first to get further instructions. We suspect that you will have to pay money for the decryptor. Unfortunately, we cannot promise that it will be sold at a low price. The third part of the message tells users that they can send up to 3 files to get them decrypted for free. They cannot contain important information. Since NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware deletes Shadow data from the affected computer, there might be no ways to unlock files for free if you have never backed up your data.
As for the NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware distribution, the ransomware infection is spread in usual ways. Researchers at pcthreat.com are 99% sure that this threat can slither onto users’ computers if they open all email attachments they receive because NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware might be sent to users as an attachment and affect their computers immediately once launched. Also, you might find the ransomware infection installed on your computer one day if your RDP connection gets hacked. Luckily, the ransomware infection does not have a point of execution, meaning that it should not strike once again after encrypting your files once. Needless to say, you must still erase it from the system ASAP. Make sure similar threats cannot infiltrate your computer again – improve the system’s security by installing security software.
You must remove all components of NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware from the system. Specialists say that you should be able to get rid of it by deleting its ransom note (!_HOW_RECOVERY_FILES_!.txt) from the system because the ransomware infection deletes itself after the dirty work it does. Please use the below-provided instructions if you need some help with the NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware removal or use an antimalware scanner to eliminate ransomware components automatically.
How to delete NOT_OPEN_LOCKER Ransomware