Loveserver Ransomware

What is Loveserver Ransomware?

Loveserver Ransomware is a malicious application created to extort money from users, but it may not necessarily encrypt user’s private data like other similar threats. Our researchers at could not find a working sample to test this malicious application properly, but from what they have learned it looks like the malware might lock data by placing it in a password-protected folder. Therefore, the infection’s creators may demand you to pay a ransom for a password instead of decryption tools. We would advise you to consider this possibility with extra care because there is a chance you may lose the transferred money in vain. The malware’s creators might tell you otherwise, but in reality, there are no guarantees you will get the password, and if you do not wish to risk your savings we advise removing Loveserver Ransomware with the instructions placed below.

Where does Loveserver Ransomware come from?

Loveserver Ransomware could be distributed with fake pictures, videos, invoices or other documents, etc. Thus, the threat once again reminds us how important it is to be more careful with data sent via email. Especially with files that come from unknown sources or raise any suspicion at all. We would also advise you to secure the system by installing a legitimate antimalware tool, especially if you receive emails with attachments on a daily basis. Just keep the security tool fully updated so it would be able to identify the newer threat as well and keep the system protected.

How does Loveserver Ransomware work?

Since our researchers could not obtain a properly working sample, we cannot be one hundred percent sure about Loveserver Ransomware’s working manner. However, we believe the malware should move either separately encrypted or unaffected files into one folder and possibly even add it to archive. Probably, to access this data, the user would have to submit a correct password. If that is the case, the malicious program’s creators might store the password on their server, but there are no guarantees.

Furthermore, as soon as Loveserver Ransomware locks user’s files it might also place a ransom note (R-E-A-D-M-E.txt) on user’s Desktop or directory where the folder with locked data was created. The note says that users must send their IP address to if they want their data back. Most likely, the malware’s creators should reply to the user and introduce their conditions. No doubt they should demand you to pay a ransom for the password. The requested sum could be in any currency, but usually, cyber criminals choose Bitcoins. In some cases, they even explain to users how to purchase bitcoins and make the payment. Still, you should not forget that you are dealing with people you cannot trust. Naturally, we would advise you not to risk your money and get rid of the threat.

How to eliminate Loveserver Ransomware?

Loveserver Ransomware might have been distributed through malicious email attachments, so you could try to erase such data manually. For more accurate instructions simply take a look at our recommended removal steps placed below. Nonetheless, we should warn you that deleting the malware manually might be not the best idea as we do not have much information about it and at the moment it is impossible to say if the infection installs itself or creates any additional data on the system. Therefore, the best solution might be to use a reliable antimalware tool. With such software, you could perform a full system scan and locate malicious data belonging to the malware and other possible threats as well. Plus, users should be able to erase the detections with just a single mouse click.

Remove Loveserver Ransomware

  1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and select the Task Manager.
  2. Find a malicious process with a random name.
  3. Select it, click End Task and close the Task Manager.
  4. Locate the ransom note (R-E-A-D-M-E.txt), right-click it and choose Delete.
  5. Find the malicious file that infected the system, for example, it could be in the Downloads, Desktop, Temporary Files, and other locations.
  6. Right-click this file and press Delete.
  7. Empty the Recycle Bin.
  8. Restart your computer.
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