InsaneCrypt Ransomware Removal Guide

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InsaneCrypt Ransomware is a new ransomware infection that may shock you at first as it encrypt all your precious files. This malware threat is also known as desuCrypt Ransomware. Our research shows that it is indeed a new version of 'Insane@airmail.cc' Ransomware that has also surfaced only lately. We consider this malware infection a dangerous one as it can render your files unusable and inaccessible, and demands you to pay a certain ransom fee for the decryption. Before you start panicking, let us tell you the good news. Yes, as unbelievable as it may sound, there is actually a silver lining here: It is possible to decrypt your files for free. Thanks to hard-working malware specialists, there is a free tool available on the net, which you can use to restore your encrypted files. Of course, it does not mean that you can take this attack lightly. We recommend that you remove InsaneCrypt Ransomware right away because there is no other way for you to make sure that your computer is safe and usable.

This malware infection can sneak onto your system when you open a spam e-mail and view its attachment. This attached file is usually not what it seems. It may show up as a document or an image; however, it is the malicious .exe file. This obviously means that when you click to see this file, you activate this ransomware program, i.e., the encryption of your personal files. We hope that it is clear now why you should not open attachments when they come in questionable e-mails that may not even relate to you even at first sight. This spam can trick a lot of people, even more experienced users, because it seems to be a legitimate one. And, not only that, but it also looks very important. So when you see this spam in your spam folder or your inbox, you may feel like you need to check it out right away. Well, your curiosity may be very costly this time or any other time when opening a spam spreading such a ransomware.

This spam may claim that it is about an invoice that you have not yet settled, your bank has noticed suspicious activities on your account, and so on. These are issues that could relate to a lot of people. Since thousands of such e-mails can be sent in a short period of time, these cyber criminals can easily infect lots of users at the same time. This is why you need to become more vigilante. Remember that it is quite rare that you can delete InsaneCrypt Ransomware without possibly losing your files. But this is only thanks to the free decryptor you may download and use to recover your encrypted files. In other cases, you would most likely lose all your important files unless you have a backup stored in a safe place.

Just like most other similar malware threats, this ransomware also wants to hit you hard enough to push you into a corner. In other words, it encrypts all the files that may be important to you, including your pictures, music and video files, databases, and archives. Some people are actually willing to pay up to a certain amount in the hope of getting their files back. However, it is important for you to know that it rarely happens that victims get what they pay for. You can quickly check the extent of the devastation if you run a search for files with ".[rememberggg@tutanota.com].DEUSCRYPT" extension. If you want to know what just happened and how to proceed, you need to open "note.txt," the ransom note text file, which is created in each folder where files have been affected by this malicious program.

This new note is a bit different from the previous version but not fundamentally. In fact, it is only contains a few more sentences compared to that one in the other case. This ransom note tells you to write an e-mail to "rememberggg@tutanota.com" in order to find out more about the payment. You have to pay in Bitcoins but we have no information yet about the amount of the ransom fee; not that we would tell you to pay it. As a matter of fact, we are dead against supporting cybercrime and this includes paying criminals any amounts of money. But, of course, it is your decision to make. We still advise you to remove InsaneCrypt Ransomware from your PC ASAP.

Fortunately, it will not take you too long to eliminate this ransomware program. In fact, all it really takes is deleting all the malicious files related to this attack, including the ransom notes from each affected folder. You can use our instructions below as a reference if you need assistance with this. Of course, it is also possible that you do not want to risk leaving any leftovers behind or other potential threats on your system. Thus, we suggest that you start using a reliable malware removal application, such as SpyHunter. This up-to-date security software can automatically identify and eliminate all kinds of threats that could endanger your PC. What else could make your virtual world any safer?

Remove InsaneCrypt Ransomware from Windows

  1. Tap Win+E.
  2. Delete all malicious files you have saved recently. Check your default download folders (Downloads, Desktop, %Temp%) as well as your personal download folders.
  3. Bin all the ransom note files ("note.txt").
  4. Empty your Recycle Bin.
  5. Restart your computer.
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