A lot of computer viruses today are named Ransomware. This is because they have the ability to completely take over your computer and make it impossible for you to use it again. They encrypt and lock your files, folders, and applications…all without you ever knowing. They can even lock your computer until you pay the money back. If this happens, you may lose everything – including your identity and possibly even your financial future.
So how do you get rid of Ransomware? Is there an easy way to clean this up and stop it from crippling your PC? Well, no, but there is a simple trick that will wipe this malware away. The problem is that a lot of people don’t realize that Ransomware is also known as “malware” (malicious software). The problem is that it infects many Windows-based programs, as well as some types of Macs.
The good news is that there’s a way to get rid of this malware once and for all. But first, let’s go into the nitty gritty of how Ransomware gets on your system. It usually comes from the likes of freeware and shareware programs. Once you download one, it opens up and starts to install. This may not sound like a big deal, right? In a way, it is… but the problem is that some programs install a hidden virus into your PC without your knowledge.
After that, the malware starts to change the settings of your computer. This makes it so that every time you open an application, it’s asking for a certain key. And if you don’t have that right now, your computer can’t run those programs!
You see, some malware works by changing your computer’s anti-virus protection settings to something called “Binary Code Modifier”. This malware actually allows it to hijack your security settings and allow it to search through your computer for codes to copy over. When it finds the ones it wants to steal, it deletes them from your PC. This means that your computer can no longer protect itself from threats like Malware.
So, how do we remove this nasty infection? There are two methods – manual removal and automated removal. Both work very well, but it really depends on what you’re looking to remove. If it’s just some basic Malware, then just removing the files on your system with a typical virus removal tool should be all you need. However, if it’s Malware that has found a way to attach itself to your computer, then it may be more difficult to remove.
To manually remove Malwareworm from your PC, you should use an anti-spyware program. Anti-spyware programs have been designed by professional companies to detect all the latest versions of Malware and stop them. They also work very well in conjunction with other programs, such as MalwareBytes (which can also find and remove malware) and XoftSpy (which can delete malicious Internet files).
Alternatively, you could use an automated removal tool. These are programs that have been created to search for and remove Malwareware from your computer without your help. These are often called “malware detectors” or “anti-malware” tools, but in reality they are simply a software program that scans your PC for any viruses, malware, or Trojans that are trying to infect it. We’ve used these programs on our test machines and they can make Malwareworm practically invisible, allowing your PC to clean itself.
We recommend using an automated tool because if you manually remove the ransomware file it will leave behind many infected files on your system. This means that if you try to remove the real Malware from your PC – which will likely be something that only a professional Malware technician could do, you could cause major damage. Not only does the Malwareware leave behind a lot of damaging files, but if you remove the wrong file the infection could come back, meaning that you’ll have to repeat the whole process again.
The most important thing you can do is to scan your PC regularly for any signs of the Malwareware infection. If you see an advertisement from something you should not, run! Malware infections do not only attack your computer’s performance, but they can also steal your personal details and bank passwords. If you’re not sure what Malware is, don’t worry; it’s relatively easy to identify. Some common symptoms include the likes of speed degradation, pop ups when you least expect them, deleted desktop shortcuts, and alerts that tell you your system has been infected with “uders”.
Fortunately, there are several ways to remove the Malware. We recommend using an automated program called “MalwareBytes”. This tool has been designed by professional developers to remove the most problems from your system – making it the most reliable removal tool on the Internet. Use this tool to scan your PC, and then if the scan shows the Malware infection – you can clean it manually. You could perform this manually, but there’s a greater chance of removing the Malware safely if you use an automated software tool. If you want to protect your business from ransomware we can help. Let 360 Cyber protect your business from cyber-threats.