Crypto Ransomware Removal Guide

Do you know what Crypto Ransomware is?

Crypto Ransomware is one of the most devious and malicious infections today. This threat can slither in without any warning and silently encrypt your personal files. The cyber criminals behind the infection hope that this will push you into paying a ransom supposedly linked to file decryption. Unfortunately, it is most likely that once you delete Crypto Ransomware, the encrypted files will be lost. This, however, does not mean that you should rush to pay the requested ransom because this does not guarantee anything. You may pay the money just to find the infection regenerating soon after. Continue reading to learn more about the infection and the removal processes.Crypto Ransomware Removal GuideCrypto Ransomware screenshot
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Malware researchers indicate that Crypto Ransomware acts similarly to CryptoDefense, CryptoWall, Cryptorbit, and other infamous ransomware threats. All of these infections can encrypt your files and ask for a ransom in return. Unfortunately, Crypto Ransomware has proven to be much more dangerous because there is no way to decrypt the files. Furthermore, the infection is controlled by a Trojan which can repeatedly install ransomware files. This means that the threat could remain fully active even if you deleted certain elements, including the files AllFilesAreLocked 1716900.bmp, DecryptAllFiles 1716900.txt, sunlrad.html. All in all, it is unlikely that many computer users will rush to remove Crypto Ransomware because of the intimidating warning which appears once in the beginning of the attack.

Your personal files are encrypted.
Your documents, photos, databases and other important files have been encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key, generated for this computer.

Warning! Do not try to get rid of the program yourself. Any action taken will result in encryption key being destroyed. You will lose your files forever.

Even though you are dealing with Crypto Ransomware, the threat you need to remove is the associated ransomware Trojan. This infection can be infiltrated onto your PC as a fake flash player, and then it can connect to C&C servers and download malware. Even though right now the functionality of this Trojan is limited to ransomware support, it is possible that in the future it will be adjusted to infiltrate other malicious infections. The removal of any malware is usually complicated, and so we advise that you remove Crypto Ransomware Trojan as soon as possible. Needless to say, the manual removal of this threat is tremendously complicated, and so automatic malware removal software should come in handy.

In non-techie terms:

If you have discovered a warning suggesting that files have been encrypted, it is likely that Crypto Ransomware has been installed on your operating system already. This infection is extremely devious and can destroy your personal files. To avoid this from happening again, you should make sure to back up all important and personal files. Of course, you firstly need to remove Crypto Ransomware related malware, and in this case it is a devious Trojan which can download ransomware files. Use the guides below if you face obstacles when installing authentic malware removal software.