If you cannot open your personal files and they seem to have a new extension added, you might be infected with ".firstname.lastname@example.org File Extension" Ransomware. We do not know too much about this new ransomware, but we still need to tell you what we have found so far. It is quite possible that this dangerous infection is a new variant based on Yyto Ransomware, which surfaced almost a year ago. If this malware infection manages to sneak onto your system, it is quite possible that all your photos, documents, and databases have been encrypted. If you want to recover your files, you have to send an e-mail to these attackers. However, we do not advise you to do so because such cyber criminals may send you further severe threats to take more money from you. We do not advise you to pay the ransom fee, either, because you may easily lose your money on top of your files. Hopefully, you have a backup, which you can use after you remove ".email@example.com File Extension" Ransomware from your system.
If you find out that this dangerous ransomware has attacked you, it is quite likely that you have opened a spam e-mail recently and checked out its attachment. This malware infection can show up in spam mails as an attached file, which may make you believe that it is an image or document containing important information and details regarding an urgent matter. This spam may make you believe that you used wrong credit card information while shopping online or booking a hotel room, you have not settled an invoice, or there have been suspicious transactions detected on your bank account. Any of these supposed matters could make anyone want to see this mail even if found in the spam folder. We would like to warn you that executing the attached file will only start up the malicious attack and you will not be able to delete ".firstname.lastname@example.org File Extension" Ransomware without your files having been rendered unusable.
In addition to being more cautious around your e-mails, we also advise you to keep your browsers and drivers up-to-date. Why? Because cyber crooks can create malicious websites using Exploit Kits to drop such dangerous infections once the page loads in your outdated browser. You can be redirected to such a page when you click on corrupt third-party content on a suspicious website or when your computer is infected with malware like adware. We also recommend that you only use reputable file-sharing websites for downloading free programs because suspicious freeware and torrent pages can also drop such dangerous malware infections or even bundles of threats. No matter how you managed to let this beast on board, we advise you to delete ".email@example.com File Extension" Ransomware as soon as possible.
It seems that this ransomware infection applies the good old AES algorithm to encrypt all your important files, including your photos, videos, audios, documents, and databases to strike you hard enough to make you want to pay for the recovery of your files. After the encryption, this threat drops its ransom note called "help.txt" onto your system. This ransom note contains all the information you can know about this attack and how to decrypt your files. First, you have to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org including your personal ID, which you can find at the bottom your the note, and then, you should get a reply with the payment information. You can also send 1 or 2 very small files to have them decrypted for free as a proof. We cannot confirm the amount you are supposed to pay, but it is most likely to be paid in Bitcoin. We do not believe it is a good idea to pay at all. In fact, we encourage you to remove ".email@example.com File Extension" Ransomware immediately.
If you want to get rid of this severe threat, you need to delete all related files from your system. We have prepared the necessary instructions for you below this article; you can follow it if you want to take action manually. It seems that you cannot keep your system secure and do not have proper protection, if you have been hit by this dangerous threat. If you care about the security of your virtual world, we suggest that you download and install a powerful anti-malware program like SpyHunter as soon as you can.