BlueCheeser Ransomware Removal Guide

Do you know what BlueCheeser Ransomware is?

BlueCheeser Ransomware encrypts files and shows a warning demanding to pay $400 to decrypt them. This malicious application’s signature mark is .himr extension that should be added at the end of enciphered files’ names. Also, it is said that it only targets files that are located on a victim’s Desktop. Thus, depending on where you keep your photos, important documents, and data alike, this could either good or bad news for you. You can learn more about this malware if you read our full report in which we explain how the threat could enter your system, how it works, and how you could get rid of it. If you are interested in learning how to erase BlueCheeser Ransomware, you should see our removal guide that is available at the end of the main text too.

It is unknown how BlueCheeser Ransomware is spread yet. However, our computer security specialists believe that its creators could use a few different channels. For example, they could spread the malware’s installers via malicious email messages, pop-up ads, or untrustworthy file-sharing sites. This is why it is advisable to avoid opening files if you do not know whether they are safe to interact with. Probably the best way to find out if a file is harmful or not is to scan it with a legitimate antimalware tool. If you think it is the easiest way too, we advise you to scan all files received or downloaded from unreliable sources with a chosen antimalware tool that you trust.

After sneaking in, BlueCheeser Ransomware should start encrypting files found on the infected computer’s Desktop folder. If a file gets encrypted, it ought to receive a second extension called .himr, for example, a picture titled sunflowers.jpg should become sunflowers.jpg.himr. Next, the malicious application is supposed to drop a file named Instructions.txt and then display it on the screen so that a victim could see it right away. The warning should contain a ransom note asking to pay ransom to decrypt the malware’s affected files. What should seem suspicious is that it does not explain how such data would get decrypted and how to contact the malicious application’s creators. If you think it is odd as well and do not want to risk losing your money for a service that you may never get, we advise not to pay the ransom.BlueCheeser Ransomware Removal GuideBlueCheeser Ransomware screenshot
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Lastly, we advise deleting BlueCheeser Ransomware because leaving it on your computer could still be dangerous. Users who feel they can handle the task could try erasing the malware manually while following our provided removal guide. If you find this task too complicated, we recommend scanning your system with a reputable antimalware tool instead. Once the scanning is over, you should be allowed to eliminate BlueCheeser Ransomware as well as other threats that your chosen security tool may identify by pressing its provided deletion button.

Elimnate BlueCheeser Ransomware

  1. Restart your computer in Safe Mode with Networking.
  2. Click Windows Key+E.
  3. Navigate to the suggested paths:
  4. Find a file opened before your machine got infected, right-click the malicious file, and select Delete.
  5. Go to your Desktop, right-click a file called Instructions.txt, and press Delete to get rid of it.
  6. Exit File Explorer.
  7. Empty Recycle bin.
  8. Restart the computer.

In non-techie terms:

BlueCheeser Ransomware might turn out to a very unpleasant surprise because after it sneaks in, the malicious application might encipher files located on your Desktop. A lot of users keep various data on their Desktops, and sometimes they use this directory to place valuable files that they need to access often. If you do so too, your precious files could be lost as there is no way to restore encrypted data without special decryption tools. The malware’s note says that the encrypted files will be decrypted if a user pays $400, but there is no explanation of how the affected files would be decrypted. Also, the note might not explain how to contact the hackers, which makes it impossible to ask them how they are going to decrypt your data. Therefore, we believe paying a ransom could be a huge mistake. If you think so too and do not want to end up being tricked, we recommend erasing BlueCheeser Ransomware while using the removal guide available above or a reputable antimalware tool of your choice.