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Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware are both malicious software that can encrypt your files and demand a ransom for the decryption key.

 

Let’s take a closer look at Radamant and Radamant v2.1 and see what they are capable of.

 

Radamant is file-encrypting ransomware that was first seen in the wild in March 2016. Once it infects a computer, it will encrypt certain file types using a strong encryption algorithm. The encrypted files will then have a .radamant extension added to them. For example, a file named “sample.jpg” would be renamed to “sample.jpg.radamant” after it has been encrypted. Once the encryption process is complete, this ransomware will display a ransom note that contains instructions on how to pay the ransom and decrypt the encrypted files.

 

Radamant v2.1 has a lot in common with Radamant.

Radamant v2.1 is also file-encrypting ransomware. Once it infects a computer, this ransomware will encrypt certain file types using a strong encryption algorithm. The encrypted files will then have a .radamantv2 extension added to them. For example, a file named “sample.jpg” would be renamed to “sample.jpg.radamantv2” after it has been encrypted. Radamant v2.1 will also display a ransom note that contains instructions on how to pay the ransom and decrypt the encrypted files.

What types of files do Radamant and Radamant v2.1 encrypt?

Radamant and Radamant v2.1 will both encrypt certain types of files. For example, Radamant will encrypt files such as .doc, .docx, .xls, .ppt, .pdf, .jpg, and .png. And Radamant v2.1 will encrypt files such as .doc, .docx, .xls, .ppt, and .pdf.

 

Both ransomware are very dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.

Protection

There are a few things you can do to protect yourself.

 

First, you should always be cautious when opening email attachments, even if they come from someone you know. Radamant and Radamant v2.1 are both distributed through email phishing campaigns, so it’s important to be careful when opening email attachments.

 

Second, you should have a backup of your important files in case of an attack.

 

Finally, you should consider using an anti-malware program that can detect and remove Radamant and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware.

How much is the ransom?

Radamant demands a ransom of 2 Bitcoins, which is approximately $1120 at the time of writing this article. Radamant v2.1 also demands a ransom of 2 Bitcoins.

What happens if you don’t pay the ransom?

Radamant and Radamant v2.1 will both delete your files if you don’t pay the ransom within a certain amount of time. Radamant gives you 5 days to pay the ransom, and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware gives you 3 days to pay the ransom.

What should you do?

If you have been infected with either of these ransomware programs, you should not pay the ransom. Because there is no guarantee that you will get your files back. So, if you do not want to lose your money, it is better not to pay the ransom.

 

Instead, you should focus on trying to recover your files from a backup. If you don’t have a backup of your important files, then you can try using file recovery software. However, there is no guarantee that you will be able to recover all of your files using file recovery software.

Law enforcement recommends SalvageData data recovery software as the best Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware file recovery solution.

 

Lastly, you should report the incident to the authorities. This will help them track down the people behind these ransomware programs and prevent other people from being infected.

Public decryption tool

There is a public decryption tool available. The Radamant Ransomware Decryption Tool can be downloaded from the Emsisoft website.

How to remove it?

Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 can both be removed with an anti-malware program. We recommend using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, which is a free and effective anti-malware program that can remove Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware.

 

You can download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware from the Malwarebytes website. Once you have downloaded and installed Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, you should run a scan to remove it.

Contact a data recovery service

If you are not comfortable removing Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware yourself, and you don’t have a backup of your important files, you can contact a data recovery service.

 

There are a few companies that specialize in Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware removal. But keep in mind that data recovery services are not free.

 

SalvageData is a professional data recovery service that can help you recover your files and get your life back on track.

 

SalvageData offers a free consultation to assess the severity of your Radamant Ransomware and Radamant v2.1 Ransomware infection and determine the best course of action. Also, SalvageData offers a no recovery, no-fee guarantee. This means that you will only pay if SalvageData can recover your files.

 

You can contact our team of professionals by visiting the website or by calling 1-888-872-3282.

 

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