Gtsc Ransomware

Gtsc Ransomware Description

File-encryption Trojans continue to be one of the biggest dangers on the Internet. New threats like the Gtsc Ransomware use secure file-locking algorithms, which make it impossible to restore lost files via free decryption software. Furthermore, Gtsc Ransomware is able to cause long-term damage to a wide range of file types, ensuring that victims will be unable to access them again. Finally, the ransomware offers to sell victims a decryption service, but only if they pay a ransom fee via Bitcoin. Of course, sending cryptocurrency to cybercriminals is a terrible idea, and you should not fulfill their request.

The Gtsc Ransomware may end up on your computer if you engage with suspicious online content like pirated streams, downloads from shady sites, torrents, game cracks, etc. Ignoring such content is not enough to be 100% safe – you should also keep your system protected by an antivirus program.

If the Gtsc Ransomware infects a computer, it will lock files and add the '.id-.[getscoin3@protonmail.com].gtsc' extension to the end of their names. It also displays a ransom note in a new window and provides a text document called 'FILES ENCRYPTED.txt' that contains an identical message. Allegedly, Gtsc Ransomware's operators use the emails getscoin@tuta.io and getscoin3@protonmail.com for contact. However, contacting them is a bad idea since they will not offer help unless you agree to pay.

Victims of the Gtsc Ransomware should eradicate the threat with the assistance of an anti-malware tool, and then experiment with data recovery tools.