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All you need to know about YourRansom Ransomware, you will find here.

 

YourRansom is a dangerous virus that can encrypt your personal files and demand a ransom for their decryption. It is related to the YourRansom Family of Ransomware. This virus was first spotted in the wild on May 11, 2017. Since then, there have been several variants of this ransomware released, with YourRansom 2.0 and 3.0 being the most recent ones.

It is distributed through email attachments, fake updates, and malicious websites. Once it infiltrates your system, YourRansom will scan your hard drive for specific file types and encrypt them using a strong encryption algorithm. It will then append the “.YourRansom” extension to the encrypted files and create a text file named “YOUR_FILES_ARE_ENCRYPTED.TXT” in each affected folder. This text file will contain the ransom demand, as well as instructions on how to pay the ransom and decrypt your files. The ransomware will also change your desktop wallpaper to an image that displays the same information.

 

The amount of the ransom varies, but it is usually between $100 and $1000. The attackers may also threaten to delete your files if you don’t pay within a certain time, usually 24 or 48 hours.

 

We strongly advise you not to pay the ransom, as there is no guarantee that you will get your files back. In fact, by paying the ransom, you are only funding the malicious activities of the cybercriminals behind this virus.

Instead, we recommend that you remove it from your system with a powerful anti-malware program and then try to restore your files from a backup.

In case you do not have a backup, you can try using data recovery software. SalvageData data recovery software has helped many victims of YourRansom Ransomware recover their files. We recommend that you download and install the software on a clean computer, then connect the infected hard drive to it as an external drive. After the software recognizes the drive, select the type of files you want to recover and let the scanning process begin. Once the scan is complete, you will be able to preview the recovered files and save them to a safe location.

 

A public decryption tool is not currently available for this ransomware. However, it may be possible that it will be released in the future. Therefore, we recommend you do research and keep an eye out for any news regarding YourRansom Ransomware decryption. If you find a free decryptor, be sure to scan it with a reliable anti-malware program before using it, as some malicious actors may try to distribute fake decryptors that contain malware.

 

If you have been infected with YourRansom, we strongly advise you to follow the instructions in this article.

 

If you have tried everything above but still cannot decrypt your files, you can try contacting data recovery experts. They may be able to help you recover your files for a fee.

 

SalvageData has helped many victims of YourRansom recover their files. Our team of experts has years of experience in data recovery and can help you get your files back. We know how important your data is to you and will do everything we can to help you recover it. In the shortest amount of time possible, we will begin working to get your business back on track. Our infection removal and file recovery services are available 24/7. Also, our prices are very competitive and we will try to work with you to find a payment plan that works for you.

We understand the devastation that losing your files can cause. That’s why we offer a free consultation to discuss your case and see how we can help you recover your data. Call us now at  +1 (800) 972-3282 or fill out our online form to get started.

 

After you have removed YourRansom from your system, we recommend that you take steps to protect your computer from future infections. Your best defense against ransomware is a good backup plan. Be sure to regularly back up your files to an external hard drive or online storage service. It is also important to have a reliable anti-malware program installed on your computer and to keep it up-to-date.

SalvageData Recovery Services offers a variety of malware removal and protection services to keep you safe from future infections. We also offer data recovery services in case you are ever infected with ransomware again.

 

Thanks for reading! We hope this article has helped you understand more about this malware.

 

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