Cerberos Ransomware Removal Guide

Do you know what Cerberos Ransomware is?

Cerberos Ransomware is yet another infection that causes a lot of inconvenience. As the name Cerberos Ransomware suggests, this piece of malware is aimed at scaring unsuspecting computer users into paying a ransom so that the supposedly affected files are decrypted. However, instead of aiming to supposedly decrypt the files, you should remove the Cerberos Ransomware from the computer.

The analysis of the infection has shown that the infection only misinforms the users that the files are encrypted, which is done in a quite obnoxious way. Moreover, the Cerberos Ransowmare creates a misspelled notebook file named Red@Please.txt.

Your Files has been infected By cerberos Ransomware And Your Data Are Encrypted Contact:cerberos-decrypter@gmail.com For To get key decryption

Apparently, the attackers aimed the Cerberos Ransomware at inexperienced users who would not pay a lot of attention to the details of the visual details of the ransom scheme. To force the user into contacting the cyber intruders, the Cerberos Ransomware changes the desktop wallpaper into a black screen with a straightforward text at the top of the screen.

Unlike other well-known ransomware infections, the Cerberos Ransomware does not urge to decrypt files within a particular period of time. Nevertheless, you are probably expected to take action immediately. Our Spyware-techie team urges you to remove Cerberos as this ransomware is nothing but a poorly written piece of malware. The removal of such infections is highly recommended. Needless to say, the operating system should be cared properly to prevent further unauthorized intrusions and unwanted consequences.Cerberos Ransomware Removal GuideCerberos Ransomware screenshot
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There is more than one path for the Cerberos Ransomware to get onto your computer. The infection is likely to be distributed by spam emails, drive-by-downloads, fake software installers, etc. A reckless click on a link or download button may cause tens of privacy-related issues, which is why security should be of a high importance when the PC is connected to the Network.

The Cerberos Ransomware was created by the Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs Team, notoriously known for quite a few malware infections. The very fact that there are loads of different cyber threats is another reason for taking measures to keep malware at bay. Even thought the analysis of the Cerberos Ransomware has not revealed that it encrypts, i.e., disables, all or the majority of the files, some more dangerous infections may attempt to access your personal information. Hence, the sooner you remove the Cerberos Ransomware and shield the operating system from similar infections, the better.

As for the removal of the Cerberos Ransomware, you have two options. You can either try removing the Cerberos Ransomware manually, or you can trust an antimalware program with it. The latter option is more preferable and handy if you want to be sure that you will be browsing the Internet safely. It has been discovered that the Cerberos Ransomware malware does not reside in a specific location. It means that the location of the malicious files on different computers differs, leading to more frustration when trying to find the unwanted ones. Moreover, the file names of the infection may differ. For example, the files "cerberos.exe" and "pdf.exe" were found when analyzing the infection. In order to find the files of the Cerberos, it is necessary to find the running processes with the description "Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs Open Source," kill the process and delete the associated file. On top of that, the image file and the text file, containing the ransom message have to be deleted. If you find these removal tasks too complex, we encourage you to seek a professional antimalware program, which will remove the Cerberos Ransomware for you.

Remove Cerberos Ransomware

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type in %AppData% to access the directory %AppData%\Roaming.
  3. Delete the img.jpg file.
  4. Go the desktop and delete the Red@Please.txt file.
  5. Go to Task Manager and search for a process with the description “Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs Open Source”.
  6. Right-click on the malicious process and select “Open file location”.
  7. Remove the file and end the process in Task Manager.

In non-techie terms:

Cerberos Ransomware is a threat which is aimed at making you think that you no longer have access to your data. It supposedly encrypts your files and displays a ransom warning on the screen to encourage you to contact the attackers. Instead of wasting your time, remove Cerberos Ransomware from the computer and make sure that the computer is protected from further similar incidents.