is saying is correct. A Restore Point may still contain the infection.
On Post #2 boohbah
suggested the use of HitmanPro.KickStart
That is a good choice since the program targets this particular ransomware. It removes the infection and allows you to access your computer to scan it for malware.
You need to know if the infected computer is running a 32-bit or 64-bit ststem. See Note
at the bottom of these instructions.
: HitmanPro.Kickstart - Anti ransomware, politievirus, bundestrojaner, Reveton, BKA, GVU - SurfRight
Next, you need to load a USB flash drive with HitmanPro Kickstart as follows...
Use a clean (non-infected) computer, and download HitmanPro from the link above.
When HitmanPro opens, click the Kick
icon at the bottom of the screen.
Plug the USB flash drive into the clean computer and follow the instructions from the first
video on the website.
Next, plug in the USB drive just created into the infected machine. The machine needs to be in a shutdown state at this point. >> Start
the infected computer.
When the computer is starting, press the key (on some machines its F10 or F2) that brings up the Boot Menu. From there, select to boot from the USB drive.
Info: How to Remove Ransomware - Select Real Security
Save the changes, and press on.
Next, perform a system scan with HitmanPro Kickstart
as seen in the second
After HitmanPro Kickstart
is done, boot into Windows.
To remove the malicious files of the ransomware...
: Tlcharger RogueKiller (Site Officiel)
When you get to the website, go to where it says:
(Download link) Lien de téléchargement:
Select the version that applies to your system. (See Note)
Click the dark-blue button to download.
Save to the Desktop.
Close all windows and browsers.
Right-click and select: Run as Administrator
At the program console, wait for the prescan to finish. (Under Status, it says: Prescan finished.)
When done, a report opens on the Desktop: RKreport.txt
Please provide the RKreport.txt (Mode: Scan)
in your reply. Note
To find out if the system is 32 or 64 bit:
Type System in the Start Search box
Click System in the Programs list.
The operating system is displayed as follows:
For a 64-bit version operating system, under System > System type, it shows:
64-bit Operating System
For a 32-bit version operating system, under System > System type, it shows:
32-bit Operating System