Blacknord@tutanota.com Ransomware can infiltrate your system without your knowledge and encrypt all your important files in a matter of minutes. We have found that this new danger is, in fact, a new variant of the well-known RotorCrypt Ransomware. This ransomware, unlike most of its peers, does not seem to leave any ransom note on your system and does not change your desktop background, either. Instead it includes an e-mail address in the extension added to the file names of the encrypted files; hence the name of this ransomware infection. Unfortunately, we have not found any way to decrypt your files yet. This means that you may not be able to recover them just now. We do not advise you to contact these cyber villains, let alone to pay them any money for the decryption. It is always risky to do so and you could be infected with further dangerous threats. It is quite unlikely that you will get the decryption key even if you pay. We recommend that you remove Blacknord@tutanota.com Ransomware immediately from your PC.
Being infected with this vicious program means that you must have clicked on the wrong e-mail. The truth is that this threat is mostly spread as a malicious file attachment in spam mails. Do not think for a second that it is easy to identify this mail as spam even if your spam filter manages to place it in your spam folder. This spam can seem to have come from the police or any well-known company that you would possibly consider trustworthy enough to dare to click to open the mail for further information on the claimed matter. The subject of such a spam can be very convincing and important-looking enough for you to want to know more. However, even if you open this mail, you will not be much wiser as you will simply be instructed to view the attachment for more detail. Unfortunately, if you do so, you will simply activate this malicious attack in which you could lose all your important files unless you have a backup. Consequently, it is not possible to delete Blacknord@tutanota.com Ransomware and save your files from encryption. This is why it is essential that you start to be more vigilante when it comes to your e-mails.
We do not know too much about this new RotoCrypt variant yet so we can just assume that it may use the AES or the RSA algorithm to encrypt your personal files to cause the most possible damage to you. Of course, it may also use these two algorithms combined to make it even more difficult, if not impossible, for malware hunter to hack. This ransomware program uses one of the longest extensions we have ever seen. It appends "!==SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEMemail@example.com==.Black_OFFserve" extension to the original extension of your encrypted files. Interestingly enough, this malware infection does not drop any ransom note onto your system and it does not replace your desktop background, either. It also does not encrypt ".exe" or system files, and does not lock your screen. It does autostart with Windows, which makes it possible for it to encrypt all new files on your system. You are supposed to send an e-mail to "firstname.lastname@example.org", which should be obvious from the extension used. In a reply message, you should get further details as to how and how much you have to pay to get your files decrypted. We do not believe that it would solve your problem at all. We advise you to remove Blacknord@tutanota.com Ransomware right away.
We have put together an easy-to-follow guide for you below this article. However, since the removal of Blacknord@tutanota.com Ransomware requires you to edit the Windows Registry, we would like to warn you that making any mistakes while doing so might result in irrevocable damage to your system. Thus, only use this guide if you know exactly what you are doing. If you would prefer to use an automated tool, an anti-malware program like SpyHunter, you would give your PC the best possible protection even against future attacks. Protect your virtual world today or make frequent backups to save you from such nightmares as this one.