Ransomware Removal Guide

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If you see a scary warning said to be from Paradise Ransomware team and asking to email you most likely came across a malicious infection called Ransomware. It was most likely created by the hackers who created Paradise Ransomware as it works similarly and even displays almost an identical ransom note. Our specialists report the threat takes the user’s data as a hostage by encrypting it with a robust encryption algorithm. Consequently, the affected files become unusable without a unique decryption key. The malware’s developers should offer it for a price, but if you do not want to risk losing your savings in vain, we strongly advise against paying a ransom. It seems to us, the safest way to deal with Ransomware would be to erase it and if you agree with us, you should slide below to see our provided deletion instructions or employ a reliable security tool of your choice.

We believe Ransomware could be spread in the same way the hackers distributed its earlier versions (e.g., Paradise Ransomware), which is sending victims infected email attachments or promoting fake installers and updates. Therefore, one way or the other, the system could get infected because of your carelessness. Of course, if you do not want to come across such malicious threats ever again, it would be smart to stay away from possibly harmful content in the future. Meaning, users should avoid opening attachments received with Spam or from unknown senders. As for installers and updates, such files should be launched only if they come from legitimate and secure sources, e.g., official developers’ website (provided the company is trustworthy). It would also do no harm to keep a reliable security tool in case some malicious applications manage to slip through your guard.

The consequences of infecting the computer with Ransomware might be irreversible if you do not backup essential files for cases of an emergency such as this. As we mentioned before, the malware encrypts the victim’s data and makes it useless without unique a decryption key generated during the encryption process. Usually, the decryption key is saved on a server belonging to the hackers behind the threat making it impossible for the user to get it. Nonetheless, the infection’s displayed ransom note may say it is possible to obtain it if you contact the hackers via the mentioned email address. The reason we do not advise putting up with these demands is we are almost completely sure these people would ask you to pay a ransom and sadly, it is entirely possible they may not keep up to their promises even if the money is paid in time.

What we advise is removing Ransomware and replacing files that have the V.{}.paradise extension with copies from backup, if there is such an option. To learn how to erase the malware manually, you should look at the recommended deletion steps located at the end of this paragraph. The other way to get rid of the malicious application is to scan the computer with a chosen security tool and press the provided removal button when the scan is over. This way you might eliminate other possible threats at the same time, and the tool you acquire could help you guard the computer in the future if you keep it up to date.

Get rid of Ransomware

  1. Tap Ctrl+Alt+Delete.
  2. Select Task Manager.
  3. Locate a particular process belonging to the malware.
  4. Mark it and press End Task.
  5. Exit Task Manager.
  6. Press Win+E.
  7. Locate the given directories:
  8. Find a malicious file downloaded before the threat appeared, right-click the doubtful file and select Delete.
  9. Exit File Explorer.
  10. Empty your Recycle Bin.
  11. Reboot the system.
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