If you find Noblis Ransomware on your computer, chances are you have just lost all your personal files and you will possibly have no chance to recover them unless you have a backup. Our research and tests show that this vicious program is still in development and you cannot even pay the ransom fee to free up your files; not that we would advise you to do so anyway. As a matter of fact, cyber crooks are more likely to disappear right after you transfer the ransom fee than send you the decryption key. However, in this case it does not even matter because, as we have said, there is no way for you to send the fee. This also means that you could easily lose all your important files if you do not have a backup. No wonder why we keep emphasizing the need for cloud storage or a removable drive to keep your most important files safe. Right now, all you can do is remove Noblis Ransomware from your PC. But first, let us tell you all we have found out about this serious threat.
It seems that this leaked first version does not spread too wild just yet. Still, it can be found here and there. You may initiate this dangerous attack by opening a spam e-mail, for instance. This spam may either contain an attachment or a link to download a file from a storage. Why would you try to view this file at all? Well, first of all, you are lead to believe that this mail contains urgent and important information regarding an alleged invoice, a booking, or suspicious activities on your bank account. In any case, your curiosity would not let you disregard or delete this mail right away. You would want to see what this mail has to tell you. No wonder why victims step right into this trap.
You should remember one essential thing though: There is no way for you to stop encryption even if you manage to delete Noblis Ransomware. In fact, you cannot remove this ransomware in time to stop the encryption process. Once initiated, this malware infection can render all your important files unusable in a matter of a single minute depending on the number of affected files and your PC performance, of course. You should be very careful opening such e-mails. We suggest that you do not open questionable mails or ones coming from unknown source and having attachments. You are better off double-checking with the sender if this mail is for real. It is also a good idea to protect your computer with a decent anti-malware program, which would automatically alert you if such an attack were taking place.
Similarly to most of its peers in the ransomware category, this threat also uses the AES encryption algorithm to encrypt your files. When a file is encrypted by this infection, it adds a ".noblis" extension to it. When all the targeted files have been encoded, a file named "key.txt" is placed on your desktop. This file contains a string made up of 32 characters, which looks like an ID of some sort. We have not been able to find out yet what this key may be but definitely not the decryption key. It is also possible that this file will not be there anymore once this ransomware program is completed.
After the encryption is finished, the ransom note window comes up on your screen, which informs you that your files have been encrypted. This note is in fact in Spanish so this threat may mostly target Spanish-speaking countries. You are given 24 hours to pay 1 Bitcoin, which is about 15 thousand dollars currently; however, the Bitcoin wallet address that is provided is not a live one. In other words, you could not send money to this address even if you wanted to; not that we would recommend doing so. What we recommend for you is to delete Noblis Ransomware as soon as possible.
Before you can delete all the files associated with this dangerous infection, you need to exit the ransom note window. You can do this by clicking on the "X" button. Please follow our guide below if you want to take care of this serious threat manually. But, if you do not feel skilled enough to be able to defend your system from future attacks, we advise you to install a reliable anti-malware application, such as SpyHunter.
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|1||Noblis Ransom.exe||7391650 bytes||MD5: 3beee8d7f55cd8298fcb009aa6ef6aae|
|#||Process Name||Process Filename||Main module size|
|1||Noblis Ransom.exe||Noblis Ransom.exe||7391650 bytes|