Spade Ransomware is a deceptive malware threat that may end up on a computer due to the user opening a spam email attachment that turns out to be malicious. Upon loading on a Windows PC, Spade Ransomware may find several files and encrypt them while appending the ".Spade" file extension to each, which is where Spade Ransomware gets its name.
Unfortunately, those who encounter Spade Ransomware on their system will not have a way of decrypting files unless they pay a ransom, which in the case of Spade Ransomware it may demand a substantial payment of hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
The best approach to remedying a threat like Spade Ransomware is to first eliminate it from the infected PC with an antimalware resource. After removal of Spade Ransomware, it may be prudent to utilize a recent backup of the computer to restore files that it has left encrypted.