Nypd Ransomware Removal Guide

Do you know what Nypd Ransomware is?

Nypd Ransomware has lots of similarities with threats like Pezi Ransomware, MOOL Ransomware, Kodc Ransomware, and other threats that belong to the Stop Ransomware Family. It encrypts files one by one, and after the process is done, the malware shows a ransom note that says the victim has to pay 490 or 980 US dollars. The ransom size depends on how long it takes for the victim to contact the infection’s creators. In exchange for payment, hackers offer to provide victims with tools that could decrypt all files. However, we do not think that paying a ransom is a good idea. If you want to find out why and learn more information about this malicious application, we invite you to read the rest of this report. You can find our removal guide at the end of the text that shows how one could erase Nypd Ransomware manually.

The first thing we want to discuss is where Nypd Ransomware might come from? Our specialists say that ransomware is often spread through unsecured RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) connections, spam emails, and malicious file-sharing websites. Thus, if you want to protect your device against such threats, you have to make sure that your RDP connections are secure or disabled. Besides, we highly recommend staying away from unreliable file-sharing websites and spam emails or messages received from unknown sources. It would also be a smart idea to employ a reputable antimalware tool that could identify various threats and guard your system against them.

Furthermore, after entering, Nypd Ransomware might create data listed in our removal guide available below the article. Some of the threat’s created files might be needed to ensure that the malware can run even if the system gets restarted. Other files might be required to show users a ransom note that should appear soon after the malicious application encrypts all targeted files. The infection’s note should ask to contact the malicious application’s developers and pay ransom to receive special decryption tools. The infection’s creators may prove they have the promised tools by encrypting some files free of charge. They may also try to convince you to pay by saying that you will have to pay only half price (490 US dollars) if you contact Nypd Ransomware’s creators in 72 hours. As stated earlier, we do not think that contacting hackers or paying the ransom would b a good idea. It is impossible to know if they will deliver you the promised tools for sure. In other words, they might not send you the promised tools, and if they do not, your money could be lost in vain.

In case you do not want to put up with the hacker’s demands or have no intention to pay money for goods that might not get delivered, we advise not to wait any longer and erase Nypd Ransomware. In case you want to get rid of it manually, you could try using our removal guide available below this paragraph, although we should warn you that it might not work for everyone. For users who want to ensure that the threat leaves their system, we advise scanning it with a reputable antimalware tool that could eliminate Nypd Ransomware. Lastly, feel free to leave us a message in the comments area at the end of this page if you want to ask anything about the discussed infection.

Erase Nypd 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 when the device got infected, right-click the malicious file, and select Delete.
  5. Find these paths:
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data
  6. See if you can find the listed data in both mentioned folders:
    {random name}.exe
  7. If you do find these files, right-click them, and choose Delete.
  8. Navigate to the same locations again:
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data
  9. Look for folders with long random names, for example, dfebd084-11fb-41be-bfb2-da7e291a4873; right-click them, and choose Delete.
  10. Locate this particular path: %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks
  11. Search for a folder or a file called Time Trigger Task, right-click it, and choose Delete.
  12. Exit File Explorer.
  13. Press Windows Key+R, type Regedit, and choose OK.
  14. Navigate to this path: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
  15. Look for a value name that could be related to the malicious application, for example, SysHelper.
  16. Right-click this value name and press Delete.
  17. Close the Registry Editor.
  18. Empty Recycle bin.
  19. Restart the computer.

In non-techie terms:

Nypd Ransomware is a dangerous file-encrypting threat that can encipher all pictures, documents, videos, and other files. The malware should only stay away from data belonging to the operating system and other software. Users can separate encrypted files from ones that were spared by looking at their names. As you see, all encrypted files ought to have the .nypd extension, for example, birds.jpg.nypd. Victims should be unable to open the files that have the mentioned second extension. The files could become readable again if they were decrypted. However, you would need special decryption tools that hackers offer in exchange for money to do it. If you do not want to risk getting tricked and losing your money in vain, we advise no to deal with hackers. We also recommend against leaving the threat on your system. To erase Nypd Ransomware, you could try completing our removal guide or download a reputable antimalware tool.