Has Haters Ransomware invaded your operating system? If it has, you must have been tricked into opening a corrupted spam email attachment. You might not remember this if you open multiple spam emails every day. Also, the ransomware is launched silently, and so it might be hard to pinpoint the moment it has slithered into your operating system. Are other infections active along with the devious ransomware? That is something we do not know, but you can install a trusted malware scanner to inspect your Windows operating system and help you learn if you need to remove other infections. Hopefully, that is not the case, and you can focus on the devious ransomware. The good news is that you might be able to decrypt your files yourself, using a special decryption key. The bad news is that your operating system is very vulnerable, and it could be invaded by more serious infections in the future. That is why after you delete Haters Ransomware, you should also think about what you can do to reinforce virtual security.
Haters Ransomware was created using a similar code to that of FuckTheSystem Ransomware, but it is unknown whether one party is standing behind both of these infections. Unfortunately, the creator of the threat we are discussing right now could be linked to a bunch of other ransomware infections. It is even possible that Haters Ransomware was only created to test certain things, such as the distribution, the encryption and decryption processes, or the introduction of information. Surprisingly, the infection does not provide victims with any information at this point, which means that paying a ransom is not possible. That being said, it is unlikely that the ransomware was created for no good reason. Of course, infections like that exist. For example, Ctf Ransomware was, allegedly, created for educational purposes. Although the ransomware is not asking for money at this point, we cannot claim that it will not introduce users to extensive demands via an upgraded version, and that is what you need to be very cautious about. All in all, though you are not demanded to pay a ransom, your files are encrypted.
It is not known which encryption method the devious Haters Ransomware employs, but it is known that the “.haters” extension is appended to the files once they are encrypted. This extension is merely a marker to help you identify the corrupted files faster. The chances are that this infection has encrypted your personal files, the ones that you could not replace, unless you had backups. Luckily, you do not need to think about that because you can enter “masihmaubullyguaanjeng” into the appropriate box and have your files decrypted automatically. This box can be found in the Form2 window that shows up once your files are decrypted. After that, a notification indicating that your files were decrypted successfully should show up. If that does not happen, you can employ file-decryption software. If you cannot find it yourself, post a comment below, and we will try to help you. Overall, if the malicious Haters Ransomware has invaded your operating system, you might be able to escape the situation without any damage.
Do you think you are ready to remove Haters Ransomware manually? If you do, you need to follow the instructions posted below. If you face any obstacles, or if the instructions do not work at all, do not hesitate to communicate with us via the comments section. Of course, you should also consider installing anti-malware software, and not just because it can delete Haters Ransomware automatically. First of all, if other infections exist, they will be eliminated as well. Second, the protection of your operating system will be strengthened, and that is something you should be worried about, considering that a malicious piece of software has just managed to invade your PC. Our last piece of advice would be to back up files. You should at least back up those files that you are scared of losing. Even if you do not face file-damaging malware in the future, you have to remember that you could lose files due to technical issues as well. If you want to prevent that, backing up your files is imperative.