Hey! My all system Files has been locked by Tron Ransomware. Whenever I tried to access those file, it every time displays a pop-up message on the screen asking “your all data has been encrypted and you have to pay huge money in exchange for a file. I don’t want to pay money. Please, suggest me the best manual steps to remove this virus. Thank you in advance.
Tron Ransomware is a file encrypting virus that belongs to the family of Ransomware. It is able to invade all version Windows Operating System like as Windows XP, Windows7, Windows8, Windows8.1 and the most recent version Windows 10. It is a very harmful virus that comes into your PC with the attachments of junk mails, packages of freeware program, insert corrupted CD, downloading an unwanted program and other tricky ways. Once activated, it will deeply scan entire system then try to encrypt all kinds of System files like as Power-point, Word, Excel, Images, Games, Pictures, Audios, Videos, and Apps etc. It uses strong cryptographic algorithm AES and RSA to encrypt all kinds of System files. So that it can’t open any file as usual. It also adds .tron file extension at the end of every file to makes them inaccessible to the users.
Tron Ransomware is a very cunning system virus that drops a ransom note on the desktop after successfully completed encryption process. In the ransom, note hackers say that Your all data and files have been encrypted with a strong encryption key. The users must pay ransom money in exchange for the decryption key to decrypts all the data easily. Users must pay ransom money to the hackers in bitcoins. According to the experts, the users should not deal with the hackers and never try to pay ransom money to the hackers. As there is no any guarantee to unlock all the data even after paying ransom money. Even worst, it connects the system to the server and can gather your personal and financial information for their evil use. So it is highly recommended to remove Tron Ransomware as soon as possible to keep your system safe and clean against future infection.