The malicious Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware is unlikely to invade your operating system, but that does not mean that you can ignore this threat. The chances are that the creator of this infection will model a much more aggressive and dangerous one after it, and so you have to understand how it works and how you can protect yourself against it. In case this infection has invaded your operating system, it is possible that its developer has improved it over time. All in all, at the time of research, it was quite weak. It could not even encrypt personal files. Of course, we cannot claim that this would not change. If you read this report, you will learn more about the distribution, the activity, and, the removal of ransomware infections. Note that even if the ransomware invades your operating system but does not encrypt your files, you must get rid of it. Hopefully, you will be able to delete Anony.email@example.com Ransomware all by yourself. If that does not happen, we are here to help you.
The distribution of Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware is quite mysterious. Since this threat is not fully developed at the moment, it is possible that its creator is not thinking about the distribution at all. Of course, if we look at other threats of this kind, it is possible that spam emails would be employed. Some ransomware infections are also executed by worms or are downloaded by silently active Trojans. Therefore, if you discover ransomware, it is important to scan the operating system to check which other infections might be active. Obviously, if multiple threats are found, you have to make sure that all of them are removed fully and completely. Needless to say, removing Anony.email@example.com Ransomware is also very important, but you should not rush with this task because you want to check encrypted files and see what can be done to have them decrypted. If you remove the ransomware right away, you might be unable to decrypt your files at all. Of course, that does not mean that you can postpone this task for a long time. On the contrary, you want to get your operating systems cleaned as soon as possible.
Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware is meant to attach the “.anon” extension to all files that are encrypted. It is not known which encryption method this malware uses, but RSA and AES encryption keys are used in most cases. The latter has been used by Santa_helper@protonmail.com Ransomware and Recuperadados@protonmail.com Ransomware. By looking at the names of these threats, you might think that they were created by the same party. In reality, anyone can use this email provider, and it appears that cyber criminals can too. The original names of these ransomware threats are unknown (it is most likely that such names do not exist at all), which is why they are identified by the email addresses they are associated with. Anony.email@example.com Ransomware is linked to “firstname.lastname@example.org,” and you are introduced to it as soon as the infection encrypts your files and launches a window. If you email cyber criminals, they can provide you with instructions on how you must pay the ransom. Of course, you should not pay it because that might be a waste of money. If you pay the ransom, the decryptor that you might be promised is unlikely to be provided to you. Hopefully, all of your personal files are backed up.
The removal of Anony.email@example.com Ransomware can be very easy or very complicated. It all depends on whether or not you can identify the malicious process and file. The instructions below show a few potential locations where the launcher file might be found, but we cannot promise that you will be able to identify and delete it manually. That is not a big problem because reliable security software can take care of this for you. The best part is that this software is not only good at automatically erasing malicious infections. It is also good at keeping your operating system protected, and you must already understand how important that is. Hopefully, Anony.firstname.lastname@example.org Ransomware has not caused big problems for you, but remember that there are hundreds and thousands of much more dangerous threats that could attack your PC and damage your personal files. Besides employing reliable security software, you should also make sure to back up your files.