Protecting the Windows operating system against Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware and all other file-encrypting, ransomware-demanding infections should be your top priority. If this malware slithers in, it can cause serious damage to your personal files, and recovering them might be impossible. The good news is that it does not take much to keep this kind of malware away. Without a doubt, it is most important that all Windows users employ reliable security tools to protect their systems. It is also important to install all security updates to ensure that malicious parties cannot exploit vulnerabilities to infiltrate malware silently. Users also need to be cautious about how they act. For example, opening spam email attachments, interacting with random links and advertisements, and installing unfamiliar software spread via unreliable sources and by malicious installers is never a good idea. If your system has been hit already, and you need to delete Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware, we suggest you continue reading to learn all about the removal.
It is hard to say how exactly Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware found its way into your operating system, but it is most likely that you were careless, or your system is weak when it comes to anti-malware protection. The same methods of distribution can be used by Scarab-Horsuke Ransomware, Gandcrab 3 Ransomware, Sepsis Ransomware, and all other infections that work in the same manner. Once they slither in, they silently corrupt personal files and then reveal themselves by introducing victims to the ransom demands. The ransom demands of Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware are represented via a text file named “!=How_recovery_files=!.txt,” and it should be created in every folder where personal files are encrypted. The message in the file reads: “Hi! If you want restore your files write on email - firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject write - id-[code].” The code, of course, is unique in every case. Should you remove this file, along with every single copy of it that exists? You certainly can do it, but, first, you need to make the decision regarding communication with cyber criminals. If you delete the ransom note file, you will not have the option to contact them unless you write down your ID code first.
Should you contact cyber criminals? That is a very important decision you need to make. While emailing them might not sound like a terrible idea, you do not want your personal email address recorded. So, if you choose to communicate with the creator of Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware, we suggest you create a new address. Also, when you receive emails back, you need to be cautious about any files, links or installers because you do not know what other kind of malware could lurk behind them. Of course, the creator of the infection wants you to email them so that they could ask you to pay for a decryptor that allegedly could free all of your personal files. You can see which ones were corrupted by checking for the “.[email@example.com].everbe” extension attached to the original names. Our research team has extensive experience with ransomware, and we are sorry to say that the promises of cyber criminals cannot be trusted. If you pay the ransom requested by Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware, you are unlikely to gain anything out of it. Your personal files are most likely to remain corrupted.
As we made it clear at the very beginning, using anti-malware software is essential for keeping the operating system malware-free. This is why we suggest installing it as soon as possible. Note that the right software can automatically remove Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware along with other infections that might lurk in the shadows without your notice too. If you choose not to install this software, remember to inspect your system for other threats. A malware scanner can also help you with the removal process because erasing Everbe@airmail.cc Ransomware manually is not that easy. You need to be able to detect and delete the launcher file, and we cannot say where it is located on your computer or what its name is. Of course, the files that are corrupted by the ransomware cannot be decrypted by eliminating the infection, and so if you will try to get your files back using file-decrypting software, make sure it is legitimate and harmless first. The last thing you want is to let in more threats that will require removal.