CryForMe Ransomware Removal Guide

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If CryForMe Ransomware ever manages to successfully enter your computer, you will find a blue window with a ransom note opened on your Desktop. In addition, you will soon realize that you can no longer access a bunch of your personal files. Like other ransomware-type infections, CryForMe Ransomware should also lock pictures, text files, and other valuable data. The encryption of files takes place after the successful infiltration of the ransomware infection not to make users angry. This is one of the strategies cyber criminals adopt to obtain money from innocent computer users. To put it differently, they know that users will not let go of their money easily, so, by locking users’ valuable files, they give them the reason to make a payment. If you are one of those users who have already found all files locked, do not go to make a payment because a) it is very likely that your files will stay encrypted; b) the ransomware infection will still be left active on your system; c) it is possible to unlock the screen and delete the ransomware infection for free. Let’s first find out more about CryForMe Ransomware and activities it performs on victims’ computers and then we will tell you how to delete this infection and decrypt files. Unfortunately, we cannot promise that the decryption of files will be successful.

Researcher carried out recently by specialists working at has clearly shown that this ransomware infection enters computers illegally. In most cases, its entrance is directly associated with opening the malicious email attachment. When it is launched, it starts encrypting files and then opens a window on Desktop. Those encrypted files should all receive a new filename extension .locker or .cryforme, so you will soon realize which of your files have been locked. If users do not understand immediately what has happened to their files, they find out why they cannot open a bunch of them after reading the message left for them on Desktop. Users are also explained how they can recover their files. First, a victim finds out that “nobody can recover your files without our decryption service.” Second, users find out that their files will be decrypted only if they pay 250 EUR in Bitcoin. If you decide to send cyber criminals money, which is, of course, not recommended, do this as soon as possible because the price will increase after 7 days. If you are not going to pay a ransom, it does not mean that you cannot get your files back. If you periodically back up your files, you can recover them all from a backup you have after the full removal of CryForMe Ransomware. Deactivate it today because it might encrypt your new files once again and, on top of that, other malicious applications might enter your computer easier with its help.

The infection rate of CryForMe Ransomware is quite small at present, so it should not be distributed actively either. Of course, we do not know what will happen in the future. Although CryForMe Ransomware cannot be called a popular ransomware infection, specialists already know everything about its distribution. They say that it is usually spread in spam emails. Users might find a link that will download CryForMe Ransomware on their PCs in the malicious email they receive, or it might contain an attachment which contains the launcher of this threat. We cannot guarantee that other distribution methods will not be adopted in the future if cyber criminals start distributing this infection actively. Therefore, according to our experienced security specialists, it would be smart to install a reputable security application. As long as it is kept active on the system, malware could not enter your computer.

You need to delete CryForMe Ransomware from your PC fully today even though it does not mean that files will be unlocked for you because this malicious application might strike again. If you decide to adopt the manual method, you will need to open Task Manager and kill the process representing ransomware. Second, you will have to find and erase all the active components of CryForMe Ransomware. The same can be done automatically. In this case, you will need to acquire a reputable malware remover and launch the scanner only.

Delete CryForMe Ransomware manually

  1. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Esc to open Task Manager.
  2. Click Processes to see the list of active processes.
  3. Kill all potentially dangerous processes (right-click on the process and click End Process/End task).
  4. Close Task Manager.
  5. Delete all suspicious files from your computer (check %USERPROFILE%\Desktop and %USERPROFILE%\Downloads directories first).
  6. Empty the Recycle bin.
Download Remover for CryForMe Ransomware *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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