Princess Evolution Ransomware Virus – How to Remove and Restore Files

This article has been created to explain what is Princess Evolution ransomware and how you can effectively remove it from your computer plus how you can attempt and recover files, that have been encrypted by it.

A new version of Princess ransomware, naming itself Princess Evolution has been detected by malware researcher demonslay335. The ransomware virus slithers unnoticed on the user’s computer and shortly after that encrypts the important files in it. The virus then leaves behind the files unopenable with a random file extension. Alongside the files, the malware also drops a ransom note, called
^_READ_TO_RE5T0RE_{file extension}.html, which asks victims to download the Tor browser and go to the Tor web page of the cyber-criminals. If your computer has been infected by Princess Evolution ransomware we recommend that you read this article completely.

Threat Summary

NamePrincess Evolution
TypeRansomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionAims to encrypt the files on the infected computer and then leave behind a ransom note asking the victim to pay ransom to get them back.
SymptomsThe ransomware leaves the files no longer able to be opened with a random file extension and a ransom note, called “^_READ_TO_RE5T0RE_.txt” and “^_READ_TO_RE5T0RE_.html
Distribution MethodSpam Emails, Email Attachments, Executable files
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Princess Evolution Ransomware – Distribution

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