.invaded File Virus (Jigsaw) – Remove It and Restore Files

This article will help you to remove the .invaded File Virus (Jigsaw ransomware) fully. Follow the ransomware removal instructions given at the end of the article.

The .invaded File Virus is a part of the Jigsaw ransomware family. The cryptovirus uses the source code of the original one. Jigsaw has a list with around 126 file extensions that seeks to encrypt. All of the files which will get encrypted will receive the extension .invaded appended to them. Afterward, a ransom note message will be displayed demanding a ransom sum of 100 US dollars as payment for allegedly, receiving a decrypter to restore your files.

Threat Summary

Name.invaded File Virus
TypeRansomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionThe ransomware will encrypt your files and display a screen with the ransom note, which is themed around Hitler.
SymptomsThe ransomware will encrypt files by placing the .invaded extension to all of them.
Distribution MethodSpam Emails, Email Attachments
Detection Tool See If Your System Has Been Affected by .invaded File Virus

Download
Malware Removal Tool

User ExperienceJoin Our Forum to Discuss .invaded File Virus.

.invaded File Virus (Jigsaw) – Spread

Jigsaw ransomware could infect computers using different methods for spreading that infection. Spam e-mails could be spreading its payload dropper. Those types of emails will try to convince you that something important is attached as a file to that e-mail. In actuality, the attachment will look like a legitimate document or one that is archived, but it is a file containing a malicious script. If you open that file, it will launch the payload for the ransomware. You can preview the analysis of one such file on the VirusTotal service:

Jigsaw ransomware might be using other methods for spreading, like putting the payload file dropper via social media and file-sharing sites. Freeware (Read more...)

*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from How to, Technology and PC Security Forum | SensorsTechForum.com authored by Tsetso Mihailov. Read the original post at: https://sensorstechforum.com/invaded-file-virus-jigsaw-remove-restore-files/