Steps to delete .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) permanently

Many Windows PC users are complaining that their personal files have got encrypted by .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware). If you are also facing similar issue then continue reading the blog to know all the details and recover your encrypted files back.

As the name suggest, .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) is a file and data encrypting malware that demands the victim to pay heavy ransom amount in exchange of the decryption key. It modifies the essential system settings that help in file encryption process. It adds .tor13 as an extension on every file that it encrypts. A ransom note is provided that contains basic information about the encryption and asks you to contact with the .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) developer to get more details on the ransom payment processes.

More details on .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) (Distribution and Effects)

Being an interaction of Dharma Ransomware, this malware is considered to be a very dangerous data encrypting malware infection. It secretly reaches to your important personal data and uses a powerful encryption cipher to make totally inaccessible. Its developers are targeting the worldwide Windows PC users and they are using highly advanced distribution tactics. The most common distribution method is spam email campaign. Such emails usually contain malicious codes as additional attachments or links that gets redirected to harmful domains. They are presented as if sent by some very reputed organization or companies. They may contain suspicious URLs, in-text links, images, buttons etc. that is set to download certain files or scripts in the backdoor. The malicious scripts are usually uploaded in a .zip or .rar file format.

During the installation process, .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) modifies the important registries and System files. So many important Windows processes and system components starts to malfunction. Thus, it manages to bypass the security settings in most cases and continues to corrupt the system components easily. It does a quick scan of PC hard-disk in search of the files and data it can encrypt. It our researches, it came to know that it uses RSA encryption cipher algorithm. It primarily targets the files that are used on regular basis. They are images, videos, audios, documents, backup files, and bank account credentials and so on. .TOR13 file extension gets added on it and this indicates that the files are no more accessible any further.

Should I Pay Ransom Money to .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) Developers:

Paying money to cyber-criminals is the not the solution and hence it is never recommended. This is rather a spam because cyber-criminals don’t provide the original decryption key even after receiving the complete payment. They totally ignore the victim after receiving the payment. It is true that recovering the encrypted files without the decryption key is very difficult. However, you can try certain alternative tricks and ways such as using backup files, “Shadow Volume Copies” or a third-party data recovery tool to recover the encrypted files.

You must understand that your prime focus should be to remove .TOR13 files virus (Dharma Ransomware) from your work-station. As long as this malware is there in the work-station, it will continue encrypting other files and programs and trouble for you will go on increasing.

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