Tizer78224 Ransomware Removal Guide

Do you know what Tizer78224 Ransomware is?

Tizer78224 Ransomware, according to our research team is the newest variant of Rsautil Ransomware, an infection that was reported a long time ago now. Were both of these infections created by the same cyber criminal(s)? That is possible, but it is also possible that the same malware code was used by someone else. In either case, the infection is malicious, and we recommend deleting it, but we probably do not need to convince you when it comes to this. It is obvious that the infection is malicious, and we are sure that the first time you read the ransom note, you realize right away that you need to eliminate something. Our research team is here to help you with that. Whether you just want to learn more about this threat or you want to remove Tizer78224 Ransomware as soon as possible, we hope that you will find useful information. If you need to discuss the infection further, you can use the comments section.

Just like Amnesia ransomware, Extractor ransomware, and Rsautil Ransomware, the malicious Tizer78224 Ransomware is Delphi-based, and it is usually spread using RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) vulnerabilities. Needless to say, if you keep your operating system open to anyone, it is only a matter of time before malware attempts to slither in. Tizer78224 Ransomware, unfortunately, slithers in silently, and most users are unlikely to notice anything suspicious. Once in, it quickly encrypts personal files. The previous variants of this malware would attach an email address to the names of the corrupted files to help victims identify them. We did not see that happening with this specific malware, but it is possible that you could find Tizer78224@gmx.de, Tizer78224@india.com, or Tizer77234@protonmail.com represented via the file extensions. Once files are encrypted, decrypting them can be done only if a decryptor is available. As you can guess, you cannot obtain it by deleting the malicious ransomware.

The devious Tizer78224 Ransomware creates a file called “How_return_files.txt” to introduce the victims to the email addresses we have mentioned already. According to the message that is delivered using this file, you have to send an ID code – which, allegedly, is represented via an extension added to your personal files too – to any of the email addresses to get more information. If you are not familiar with file-encrypting ransomware at all, you might not realize that a ransom fee is usually requested in return for a decryptor. What you might also not know is that cyber criminals do not give their victims what is promised. So, if you email the developer of Tizer78224 Ransomware, you will get a response asking to pay money for a tool or a key that would allegedly free your files. If you pay the ransom, you are likely to be duped. Needless to say, we recommend removing Tizer78224 Ransomware instead.

Most ransomware infections are extremely mysterious. No one knows who creates them, and the creators use stealth techniques to collect ransom payments anonymously so that your transactions could be traced back to them. Without a doubt, prevention is very important when it comes to ransomware, and it is extremely important that you employ security software and back up files to avoid attacks and loss of data. If Tizer78224 Ransomware has already invaded your system, it might be too late for you to save your files, but you still need to remove this malware. It is not recommended that you do it manually because that can be an extremely confusing process. Instead of trying to delete Tizer78224 Ransomware manually, employ an anti-malware program that will do it for you. It will also enable protection, and you will need only to set up a reliable file backup (online or using external devices) to keep private data safe.

Remove Tizer78224 Ransomware

  1. Find and Delete the {unknown launcher name}.exe file. It could be located here:
    • %USERPROFILE%\Desktop
    • %USERPROFILE%\Downloads
    • %TEMP%
  2. Find and Delete the ransom note file, How_return_files.txt (copies should be deleted too).
  3. Empty Recycle Bin and then install a trusted malware scanner to make sure no leftovers exist.

In non-techie terms:

Tizer78224 Ransomware is a malicious infection that was built by cyber criminals who have no regard for virtual privacy. They use the infection to encrypt personal files so that they could demand a ransom in return for an alleged file decryptor. You should not trust these cyber criminals and their promises because they are unlikely to be kept. The main thing you need to focus on is the removal of Tizer78224 Ransomware, and we suggest that you think about your virtual security at the same time. If you install anti-malware software, the infection will be erased automatically, and your operating system will be protected. That is what you want. Note that you must not forget about your virtual security even if you manage to erase the ransomware manually.