How to remove Ransom:Win32/Simlosap.C
The newest member of the Ransom:Win32 family, and detected for the first time on 4th of August 2015, Ransom:Win32/Simlosap.C is a ransom-ware that will get into any computer's Windows registry and create entries in subkey- HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, set the value pr, with the data %ProgramFiles%\<original malware name>.exe. Once it has done that, it can start running as soon as the computer starts and lock important system files and folders.
The threat has been known to encrypt files like: Fdb, sna, 1cd, gbk, orf, pdf, accdb, jpeg, php, ppsx, cdr, ldf, wps, pz3, xls, docx, doc and many others. Thus with such a wide range it can corrupt multiple folders and files and lock users out of their own systems. It will also hold the files under lock and hackers can then demand ransom or money to remove Ransom:Win32/Simlosap.C from the hacked files.
Ransom:Win32/Simlosap.C removal needs to be done without delay otherwise it will become impossible to use the computers and the only option left will be, a complete clean installation of the operating system which will mean losing valuable data and information. Hackers can also download other malware through this threat and steal banking information like credit card information, transaction passwords and personal information- like date of birth, social security number etc, thus making people a victim of identity theft.
Using an advanced Ransom:Win32/Simlosap.C removal tool like Hit Malware will make sure that the malware is deleted permanently from the system and none of the files and folders are locked anymore. It will also end the connection of the hackers to the infected computer and keep personal data and passwords safe. And finally it will practically act like a shield against other potential threats thus protecting the computer at all times.