GET Ransomware

GET Ransomware Description

GET Ransomware has scoured the Internet seeking a countless number of computers by spreading through spam email attachments. The GET Ransomware threat comes out of the popular Dharma family of ransomware, which are known for their actions of encrypting files and holding them hostage to demand a substantial amount of money from computer user victims. GET Ransomware “gets” its name due to the file extension that is appended to all files that it may encrypt on an infected computer.

Getting into the sticky case of GET Ransomware, computer users are left with a system that is essentially locked and they cannot access a number of files due to GET Ransomware encrypting them. To solution to a threat like GET Ransomware is to first eliminate it using an antimalware tool.

After removal of GET Ransomware one may seek a system backup to restore any files that GET Ransomware may have encrypted. Such a process is necessary to avoid paying the ridiculous ransom fee that GET Ransomware demands to get your files back, which may consist of files that you may not be able to replace.

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