Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware is one of those malignant pests that can find their way into your operating system and destroy your files. Although the infection does not actually remove, steal, or leak files, it can deconstruct them in a sense. It applies a unique encryption code to change the data in a way that the file becomes unreadable until a special decryption code – which is created along with the encryptor – is applied. The sad thing is that there is no guaranteed way to obtain the decryptor. The creators of the infection want you to believe that they can provide you with one, but, most likely, their promises are empty and are only used to lure out your money. Yes, the decryptor “offered” by the attackers is not free. While we cannot say how much you would be asked to pay – considering that the sum is presented to the user once they contact the attacker – the sum is unlikely to be small. Overall, whether big or small, we do not recommend paying it. What we recommend doing is deleting Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware.
Are you familiar with the names Crysis or Dharma? These are the predecessors of the Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware. These infections usually spread via spam email, and the attackers behind them use convincing messages and subject lines to trick targets into opening malware files themselves. As soon as the attached file is opened, the genie is out of the bottle. Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware encrypts files swiftly and silently, and it can do a lot of damage. The infection can corrupt personal files, as well as the files of certain downloaded apps. After encryption, the “.id-[ID code].[Darknes@420blaze.it].waifu” extension is appended to the names, which might help you spot them faster. Of course, it is unlikely that you would notice the process and delete the infection before it is finished. You are more likely to discover the infection as soon as it launches a window entitled “Darknes@420blaze.it.” You can close it, but you are more likely to read the message first. It lists Darknes@420blaze.it and Darknes_reserve@qq.com as two email addresses you can use to contact the attacker and learn more about the ransom payment.
The email addresses linked to Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware are also represented via a file named “FILES ENCRYPTED.txt.” This file is created on the Desktop, and we suggest deleting it right away. Unfortunately, the infection can encrypt highly sensitive files, and if they are not backed up outside of the corrupted system, there is no way of recovering them. That means that the only option is to pay the ransom. Of course, we do not consider this to be a real option at all. If you pay the ransom, the attackers will get exactly what they want, and you will end up losing money too. Won’t attackers help you decrypt files? You are naive if you think that they care about you at all. They care about you only until your money ends up in their pockets. Using it, they can support themselves while setting up new infections and new attacks. What we are trying to say is that by paying the ransom you will gain nothing, but you will fund cyber attackers. Surely, that is not what you want. Instead, you want to learn how to remove Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware, don’t you?
An anti-malware program is one of those tools that you absolutely need installed on your operating system. A reliable program will patch security vulnerabilities, and if you stay on top of all security updates, your operating system will become impenetrable. Needless to say, not all security tools are made the same. Some are free and others are expensive. Some are average and others are highly efficient. Some are fake and some are authentic. You need to make the right choice if you want your system guarded reliably. The protection of your system is not the only thing anti-malware software can take care of. It also can automatically remove Darknes@420blaze.it Ransomware. An alternative to that would be to delete the infection manually, but the process is not the most straightforward because some components can have completely random names. If you are willing to take on a challenge, here is a full manual removal guide.