This article has been created in order to explain how to remove the RotorCrypt ransomware from your computer and how to restore [email protected]_______.SPG encrypted files.
A new variant of the RotorCrypt ransomware infection has hit the wild and has begun infecting the computers of victims. The malware uses encryption mode in order to render the important files on the victim’s computer no longer able to be opened. Then, the .SPG files virus leaves behind it’s file extension, plus the anonymous e-mail [email protected]. The ransomware’s end goal is for victims to pay a hefty ransom In BitCoins in order to get their encrypted files recovered back to normal. But if you have become a victim of the .SPG variant of RotorCrypt ransomware, we advise that you follow the removal instructions underneath this article. They have been created in order to help you by explaining how to remove this malware and how you can try and recover as many files as possible without actually damaging your PC and without having to pay ransom.
|Short Description||Encrypts the files on your computer and asks you to pay ransom in order to decrypt them.|
|Symptoms||Files are no longer able to be opened with the file suffix [email protected]_______.SPG added after their names and extensions.|
|Distribution Method||Spam Emails, Email Attachments, Executable files|
|Detection Tool||See If Your System Has Been Affected by|
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from How to, Technology and PC Security Forum authored by Vencislav Krustev. Read the original post at: https://sensorstechforum.com/spg-files-virus-rotorcrypt-remove-restore-files/