Invincible Ransomware

What is Invincible Ransomware?

If Invincible Ransomware has invaded your computer, you might believe that your personal files are encrypted. That is not the case. At least, that was not the case when research team was testing and analyzing this infection. The research has revealed that the threat could potentially rewrite MBR to display a screen-locking window entitled “Ransomware InVincible” to represent the bogus ransom demands. This is how the infamous Petya Ransomware operates as well, and it looks like the creator of the ransomware we are analyzing has decided to replicate some features of well-known infections. Another infection that the ransomware has similarities with is the infamous WanaCry Ransomware (also known as Wana Decrypt0r Ransomware). The similarities can be discovered in the ransom notes that are used by the threats. On the left side, you are introduced to timers. At the top, you are greeted with the same message: “Ooops, your files have been encrypted!” At the bottom, you are shown almost identical payment details; except that the wannabe infection asks only 50 USD. Regardless of the sum, you should not pay it. You should delete Invincible Ransomware.test

How does Invincible Ransomware work?

According to our research, Invincible Ransomware does not encrypt data. This is not uncommon because after successful attacks of well-known file decryptors, there has been a surge of fake, ineffective ransomware threats producing fictitious warnings just to make gullible users transfer money into the cyber criminals’ Bitcoin Wallets. Invincible Ransomware appears to function in the same manner as well. If this infection has slithered into your operating system, the first thing you need to do is check your files. You should be able to close the window representing the bogus instructions, and once you do, check if your personal photos, media files, and other data were encrypted. Needless to say, if it was not, you should get on with the removal of the threat as soon as possible. What if your operating system is paralyzed and you cannot access your files to figure out whether or not they are encrypted. If MBR is rewritten, you have to fix it using an installation disk. That is exactly what the victims of Petya Ransomware have to deal with as well. Hopefully, you do not need to worry about this at all.

Invincible Ransomware was created so that you could be tricked into transferring 50 USD to a Bitcoin Wallet set up by cyber criminals. Although this sum is not that huge compared to the ransoms linked to other infections (e.g., Wannacryonclick Ransomware, which does not encrypt files but demands a ransom of 7000 USD), you should hold on to your savings. It is more likely that your files will remain encrypted than that they will be freed. That is generally how ransomware works. Of course, we cannot guarantee 100% that that is what would happen if you paid the ransom, but you need to be aware of the risk. If you think that you can sacrifice $50 for the possibility of getting your files decrypted, remember that you could be disappointed. Also, take note that your files are vulnerable and that you should back them up to protect them in the future.

How to delete Invincible Ransomware

Do you have what it takes to remove Invincible Ransomware manually? You need some understanding of malware to be able to identify the malicious launcher as that is the only component you need to delete. If this file was downloaded and opened by you, eliminating it should not be problematic at all. But if you are unaware of this file, looking for it might feel just like searching for a needle in a haystack. So, what should you do? Our research team recommends utilizing anti-malware software because it is built to find and eliminate malicious components. Who knows how many threats could be active on your operating system? Just because Invincible Ransomware is impossible to overlook it does not mean that other threats cannot conceal themselves. If you install an anti-malware tool, all threats will be deleted simultaneously. Even better, they will not be able to attack your operating system again because it will be protected against invasion by the anti-malware software.

Removal Instructions

  1. Right-click and Delete the {unknown launcher name}.exe file.
  2. Empty Recycle Bin to ensure that the ransomware is gone.
  3. Click the Download link to install a free malware scanner and perform a full system scan. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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