Green_ray Ransomware Removal Guide

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One of the most devastating types of malware is ransomware, and Green_ray Ransomware is the perfect example. This infection uses clandestine methods to enter your computer, it silently performs malicious activity, and it backs its victims into a corner, and the combination of these practices is what makes ransomware infections extremely successful. We have created this report and removal guide after thoroughly analyzing the ransomware in our internal lab, and you should continue reading to learn more about its activity. Ultimately, you will need to delete Green_ray Ransomware from your operating system, and we will guide you through this process to help you succeed. Keep in mind that you need to figure out how to handle the effects of the malicious ransomware before you eliminate it from your operating system. If you continue having questions after reading this report, you can always use the comment section below to start a discussion.

The name of Green_ray Ransomware comes from the email address that it represents via a text file (How to decrypt your files.txt), as well as the wallpaper that is changed upon the execution of the ransomware. This email is, and users are expected to contact it. Although neither the TXT file nor the wallpaper message provides much information, it is obvious that the reply received after emailing this address has to do something with the decryption of your personal files. The malicious Green_ray Ransomware uses illegal encryption of your files to demand a ransom from you, and we are sad to see that cyber criminals are succeeding. The problem is that personal files are extremely vulnerable, and, if you have not backed them up, you will want to decrypt them. Because that some users will pay the ransom regardless of how big or small it is, cyber crooks can do whatever they want. Have you received a reply already? If you have, think carefully before making the next step. Also, be careful from now on about the content you receive in your inbox because once cyber crooks know your email address they can share it with other parties and use it to scam you.

Green_ray Ransomware is comparable to Saraswati Ransomware, JohnyCryptor Ransomware, and other threats that have emerged recently. These threats are unique because they encrypt .EXE files along with your personal files. Media players, web browsers, and even antivirus software could be corrupted by this threat, and this poses many problems. Of course, if you have figured out how to email cyber criminals from a different computer, you must have figured out that you can also download a malware remover on another PC and transfer it onto the infected system. Unfortunately, even authentic malware removal software will not erase the ".id-[ID number].{}.xtbl" extension from your files or lift their encryption. This is why we warned you already that you should proceed with the removal only after you have a clear plan of how to handle your files. Whether you pay the ransom (not recommended), use third-party decryption tools (be careful not to trust fake tools), or sacrifice them, you have to be confident with your decision.

According to our research, Green_ray Ransomware does not delete Shadow Volume Copies, which means that you might be able to restore your files. Whether you do or not, you must remove this ransomware from your PC as soon as possible before it reemerges and encrypts your files again despite your efforts. We have created a quick removal guide that will help you remove Green_ray Ransomware components, but you should also run a malware scanner afterward to see if any leftovers have persisted. If they have – or if other threats were detected – make sure you erase them immediately. We suggest employing anti-malware software to handle this for you because you do not want to waste time dealing with dangerous malware. You can trust this software to protect you from malware attacks in the future as well.

How to delete Green_ray Ransomware

  1. Delete the How to decrypt your files.txt file on your Desktop.
  2. Simultaneously tap Win+E keys to launch Explorer
  3. Enter %APPDATA% into the address bar and Delete the malicious executable with a random name.
  4. Enter %UserProfile% into the address bar and Delete the How to decrypt your files.jpg file.
  5. Simultaneously tap Win+R keys to launch RUN.
  6. Enter regedit.exe to access the Registry Editor.
  7. Move to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
  8. Right-click and Delete the value with a random name (check the value data first).
  9. Move to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop and Delete the Wallpaper value.
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