RSA-4096 Ransomware Removal Guide

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If RSA-4096 Ransomware – also known as TeslaCrypt Ransomware – has invaded your operating system, your personal files must be encrypted, and a funny extension (e.g., .mp3, .xxx. or .micro) must be attached to the original names. There is no point in removing these extensions because the mess is within the file, not its name. RSA-4096 is an encryption algorithm that is used to encode the data of the file to make it unreadable. A decryptor is created along with the encryptor, and so your personal files are not completely lost. That being said, we cannot create the decryptor, and you cannot just download one online. The decryptor compatible with the ransomware is kept in secret by its creator, who, of course, is expecting to receive some money for it. Unfortunately, no one can force the developer of this malware to provide victims with the decryptor even if they pay the ransom! That is a huge issue that most ransomware victims face. Can you save your files by deleting RSA-4096 Ransomware? You cannot, but you should not postpone the elimination of this malware because of that.

The malicious RSA-4096 Ransomware creates “Recovery+{random characters}.png,” “Recovery+{random characters}.html,” and “Recovery+{random characters}.txt” files to provide its victims with more information. First, the victim is informed that their files were encrypted using the RSA-4096 key. Next, the victim is introduced to a number of external links that should provide the user with more information. Undoubtedly, this information is meant to push the victim into paying a huge ransom, communicating with cyber criminals, or doing both. Without a doubt, you need to be extremely cautious about how you move, what you do, and which link you interact with because, after all, you are dealing with cyber criminals here, and you really do not know what they want from you or how they can use seemingly harmless content against you. The ransom note files are created by RSA-4096 Ransomware in every folder that has encrypted files, and so you are unlikely to miss it. Note that while it is safe for you to open the file, you want to delete it as soon as you are ready for it. Needless to say, you might hesitate about the removal if you are thinking about paying the ransom.

It is extremely risky to pay a ransom requested by RSA-4096 Ransomware because no one knows what would happen. Is there evidence that victims of ransomware obtain decryptors and free their files after they pay the ransom? According to our research team, there have been reports about successful trades, but our experience indicates that most victims put their money down for nothing in return. Without a doubt, we do not want you losing your money, and that is why you need to think very carefully if you should get involved. Without a doubt, only victims who do not have backups would be stuck in a predicament like this. If you used cloud or external storage to back up your files, you are safe, and you do not need to pay attention to anything that malware creators introduce you to. And what if backups do not exist? If that is so, you might have lost your files for good. Once you remove RSA-4096 Ransomware, make sure you set up a trustworthy file backup to ensure that you never get into a situation like this again.

Can you erase unwanted registries and files? If you can, you can remove RSA-4096 Ransomware manually too. In fact, there are only four components – besides the ransom note files – that you need to remove. The guide below can help you eliminate the infection, but we cannot help you protect your operating system against malware like this ransomware in the future. To ensure full protection, you ought to install anti-malware software, and if you install it, you might as well let it delete RSA-4096 Ransomware along with other existing threats automatically. As long as you update your operating system and anti-malware software, pay close attention to the detections, and act in a way that would not attract malware, you should be safe. Of course, to make sure that your files are safe, backing them up is imperative.

How to delete RSA-4096 Ransomware

  1. Launch RUN (tap Win+R keys) and then enter regdit.exe to open the Registry Editor utility.
  2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
  3. Delete the {random characters} value that is associated with a malicious ransomware executable in %WINDIR%.
  4. Launch Windows Explorer (tap Win+E keys).
  5. Enter %WINDIR% into the bar at the top.
  6. Delete the {random characters}.exe ransomware-related file.
  7. Enter %USERPROFILE%\Documents\ into the bar at the top.
  8. Delete two unique {random characters}.exe ransomware-related files.
  9. Delete all copies of the ransom note files, Recovery+{random characters}.html, Recovery+{random characters}.png, and Recovery+{random characters}.txt.
  10. Empty Recycle Bin and then immediately perform a full system scan.
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RSA-4096 Ransomware Screenshots:

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