Some ransomware programs are extremely dangerous infections, while others can be released just to see if the program works properly. Fucked Ransomware is the latter type of infection. It means that it is not hard to remove it from your computer, and we can also retrieve your encrypted files. On the other hand, it does not mean that your computer is safe. If this random infection managed to enter your system, it means that an extremely malicious threat could also barge at your doorstop. Hence, when you delete Fucked Ransomware, please make sure that you protect your PC from similar intruders in the future.
This infection appeared in May 2017, and the program can affect any type of Windows PC, although the 32-bit architecture is preferred. According to our research team, the code used by this infection is similar to the Anony.email@example.com Ransomware. It means that Fucked Ransomware is not a standalone infection, and it could be the first stages of some new program that is currently being developed by cyber criminals. If you do not want to get infected with this new and full-fledged ransomware, you should take note of how Fucked Ransomware entered your computer, and avoid actions that led to this infection in the first place.
How is Fucked Ransomware different from the usual ransomware infections? Normally, a ransomware program will encrypt your files and will demand a ransom fee. This demand will appear on a note that will pop up on your screen. Fucked Ransomware, on the other hand, does nothing of the sort. It is true that the program encrypts your files, but it neither locks up your screen nor displays any ransom note. The only thing it displays is a few pop-ups that tell you about the infection, and then ask you enter the decryption code.
Luckily, we have the decryption code that will help you restore the affected files. And the Fucked Ransomware infection will have encrypted quite a few important files because it affects MS Word documents, Excel files, PDF documents, image, video, audio files, and many others. In other words, the program targets files that are used or accessed by users very often. Why would it do that? Because when users need their files, they are more likely to pay the ransom. Most of the ransomware infections do the same, so Fucked Ransomware is no exception. Even if it is just a test run.
What’s more, the program does not touch important system files, so it is not that hard to delete it from your computer. You need to enter the 123 decryption code into the box and hit Enter. When you do that, your files will be decrypted. Then, you will have to delete the files associated with this infection from a number of directories. Those will probably be some files you have recently downloaded. If you do not like looking for the files yourself, you can use a powerful security tool.
Removing malware with a licensed antispyware program will save you time, and your system will be protected from other threats. But please remember that you should refrain from visiting unfamiliar websites to avoid other infections in the future.