There is a new group of ransomware infections that all seem to be identical. Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware belongs to this group, and it can enter target system surreptitiously. The malicious program will encrypt your files, and then it will display a notification on your screen that will say you need to contact the people behind this program to restore your files. Needless to say, you have to remove Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware from your system, and you should not pay a single cent to these people. For further removal instructions, please refer to the steps provided at the bottom of this description.
According to various reports, this infection is just another type of .XTBL Ransomware. As such, it may also be related to CrySIS ransomware programs. While these types of ransomware infections may use at least three different types of encryption algorithms, our research shows that Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware uses the RSA-2048 encryption key. RSA is a public-key cryptosystem that was first published in 1977. Of course, its creators are not in any way related to ransomware. Since it is a public algorithm, anyone can use it. It is even used on file hosting sites, to encrypt your data and your accounts, protecting it from potential exploitation.
Unfortunately, when this cryptosystem is used by cyber criminals, it becomes a dangerous tool because it is virtually impossible to decrypt it unless you have the unique decryption key. In this situation, the ones who have (or are supposed to have) the decryption key are the criminals who infected you with Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware. By figuratively dangling this decryption key right in front of you, the criminals expect you to pay for the opportunity to restore your files. Of course, paying for something like that is never an option, and it is not a good idea to contact these hackers in the first place.
So what can you do about Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware? It is not possible to decrypt the affected files at the moment because no public decryption tool has been released yet. However, you can remove this infection from your computer and then transfer the backup copies of your files from an external hard drive. If you have some of your files saved on a cloud drive, this might also be the way to get some of them back. However, when you have to deal with a ransomware infection, you need to be ready to say goodbye to your files, for good.
Here you might ask why you should give on your files if it is possible to get them back by paying the ransom. Actually, there is no guarantee that the criminals will issue the decryption key. They might just take the money and make (a figurative) run for it. Or, the connection between the infection and its main server might not be reliable enough for various data transfers. Hence, paying is definitely not an option here.
Also, manual removal might seem slightly too complicated if you are not used to working with Registry Editor and other system utilities. If that is the case, please invest in a legitimate antispyware application that will remove Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware for you automatically, and you will no longer have to worry about malicious files and programs.