Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware Removal Guide

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When Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware enters your operating system, your Desktop image will be replaced with “how to decrypt your files.jpg”, a file that represents Hindu goddesses, as well as a ransom note. According to this note, your personal files are encrypted due to security problems within a server. Additionally, the note urges you to write to ramachandra7@india.com to get these files back. Of course, this message is promising, and you might believe that your files were encrypted to prevent their loss. Unfortunately, that is not the case. If you communicate with the party responsible for the encryption of data, you will be urged to pay a fee. Regardless of how this fee is introduced to you – whether it is represented as a normal fee or a ransom payment – you have to be very cautious. Even if you pay this fee, your files might remain locked, and the ransomware will remain active. As you must understand, deleting Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware is important.

Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware encrypts data to make you fulfill its creator’s demands. After all, cyber criminals could not demand money from you without having a hostage, and that is what your files are. The same method is employed by GruzinRussian@aol.com Ransomware, Ninja_gaiver@aol.com Ransomware, Milarepa.lotos@aol.com Ransomware, and all other threats that use the source code of the CrySIS Ransomware. This source code is free, and anyone can use it. This is exactly why we are currently dealing with an onslaught of virtually identical ransomware infections. All of them use the RSA-2048 encryption key, and, according to the latest information, they are not yet decryptable. Although some ransomware threats (not from this family) can be deciphered by legitimate third-party file decryptors, it appears that CrySIS family infections are too complicated for that. Some users try to remove the “.id-[ID number].{Ramachandra7@india.com}.xtbl” extension from the corrupted files, but, of course, that will not decrypt them. You need a decryption key to be able to retrieve your files.

"Decryption instructions.txt" is one more file created by Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware, and it is dropped on the Desktop. This file also urges you to contact ramachandra7@india.com. If and when you do, cyber criminals will quickly respond back with instructions. You might also need to disclose your ID, which is included in the extension attached to the encrypted files. Of course, the one thing that cyber criminals want from you is money, and a ransom will be introduced to you. Paying this ransom, allegedly, will grant you access to a decryptor that will unlock your files, but not one can guarantee that this promise will be kept. Unfortunately, some ransomware victims report getting nothing after paying the ransom, which is why our research team cannot advise you to pay the ransom. What we advise instead is looking through your backups (e.g., online storage clouds, external drives, etc.) to see if maybe the most valuable files are not in danger of being lost. If they are, and you are willing to sacrifice the remaining less important files, you need to remove Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware next.

Hopefully, you can circumvent any communication with cyber criminals, and your files are safe. Even if you do not know what to do, and you are thinking about paying the ransom, you have to remember to remove Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware. A reliable automated malware remover is the best instrument you have. It not only can clean out all threats but also keep them away in the future. If you do not want to invest in this tool, you will have to take care of all threats and further protection manually. The guide below might seem quite straightforward, but, in reality, you will find that identifying the components of the malicious ransomware can be difficult. If you are up for the challenge, follow these steps and then employ a good malware scanner to examine your operating system. The last thing you want is for malware to remain undetected, and a malware scanner will not allow that.

How to delete Ramachandra7@india.com Ransomware

  1. Delete the malicious launcher file. You might find it in these directories (launch Explorer by tapping Win+Ekeys and enter the directories into the address bar to access them one by one):
    • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %USERPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
    • %WINDIR%\Syswow64\
    • %WINDIR%\System32\
  2. Launch Registry Editor. To do that, tap Win+R to access RUN and enter regedit.exe into the dialog box.
  3. Go to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
  4. Identify the value of the malicious ransomware, right-click it, and select Delete.
  5. Go to HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Wallpapers.
  6. Double-click the value named BackgroundHistoryPath0 and clear the value data.
  7. Go to HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop.
  8. Double-click the value named Wallpaper and clear the value data.
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