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┬áNew ransomware viruses, which encypt files on your hard drive then demand a fee to unlock them, seem to be cropping up every week. One of the latest is the Shade virus, which follows the usual formula of demanding payment to get your data back. If you are infected with this virus, you don’t need to pay the ransom: ShadeDecryptor is a tooll designed to help you unlock photos, videos, music, documents as well as other files that have been encrypted by the Shade Virus. The application does not require any setup and provides you with a set of instructions on how to get your data back as soon as you launch it. You need to specify the path of the encrypted files. I recommend that you save all your open documents before you begin a scan with the tool. You’ll also need to be connected to the Internet so the program can download the decryption keys that it needs.

Category: Security
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10