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    Places where Ransomware and Malware Can Hide

    Places where ransomware and malware hides themselves in the system:

    • Windows registry
    • Critical system files
    • Temporary folders
    • Word files
    • Ink Files

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    Can you please me know the steps or action to be taken to remove malware and Ransomware effected files.

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    I agree with this post.

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    Some malware will modify Windows registry keys in order to establish a position among the «Autoruns» which allows the malware is launched every time the operating system is launched.

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    That's true. Also, ransomware has been popping up recently in these four places where it could be hiding in your business-

    Advertisements on Microsoft’s Skype Application
    One type of ransomware called "Fantom", can be disguised as a Microsoft Windows update
    In Google Play - Mobile ransomware is exploding in popularity right now and
    Email Inboxes - Email is still one of the top ways that hackers are deploying ransomware

    Best Regards
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    I think government agencies have taken mandatory steps to come over this issue and situation is under control.

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    Some viruses will change Pc registry important factors in order to determine a position among the «Autoruns» which allows the viruses is released every time the os is released.

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    list of dedicated tools that can be used to achieve clean-up, detection and even – in a very small number of specific cases – decryption.

    - AVG's ransomware decryption tools
    - Trend Micro lock screen ransomware tool
    - Avast anti-ransomware tools
    - BitDefender anti-ransomware
    - Kaspersky anti-ransomware tool

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    Can anyone let me know how to remove those malware files?

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    Mostly the ransomware used to find the the windows registry. After that you can check them in the critical system files , temporary files, .ink files and word files.
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