February 12 2016
What do you know about .micro File Extension Ransomware?
.micro File Extension Ransomware is an another file encrypting Ransomware virus that is used by the criminal hackers to make illegal money by victimized innocent computer users. It enters your PC mainly through free download software, malicious torrent files, visiting porn websites and clicking on the attachments of spam emails. Once .micro File Extension Ransomware gets activated onto your machine, then harmful windows services will be run automatically and some malicious codes will also be executed to encrypt all your personal and crucial data including images, audios, videos, office files, emails and other important system documents. Thereafter, you will find that all your PC files have .micro File Extension. Its no matter that what file you are trying to open, you will be notified that all you files has been encrypted and you have to visit the recommended sites and follow all instructions on the website to get the decryption key. But do not do anything that the .micro File Extension Ransomware threat asks you to do because if you pay the ransom money then you will not get your files back even your banking account details might be stolen by the hackers. So, right now what you have to do is to remove .micro File Extension Ransomware virus from your PC as soon as possible.
Update: The Locky ransomware virus is back with a new variant and this time, it encrypts the system files by adding the .odin extension that ends up being locked in the process. So, if your PC has been infected with this nasty ransomware virus, you can follow the instructions mentioned in .odin extension uninstall guide.
Manually Remove .micro File Extension Ransomware Virus From Internet Explorer
Click the Tool button and select Manage add-ons.
Use the “show” button which will display the installed plugins and other extensions.
Select the one which has to be removed and click disable/delete option.
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