If you’ve been infected with Hidden Tear Ransomware Variants, then you’re in luck. Michael Gillespie has come up with a ransomware removal program called Hidden Tear Decrypter. It allows users to recover encryption keys without actually paying the ransom, and everyone loves using this software.
Ransomware removal companies had lately found that Hidden Tear was a family of ransomware which featured source codes that were published on GitHub. This means that cybercriminals simply had to download source codes to cook up their own variants of the same ransomware.
Because of the very reason that the source code is widely available, there are so many Hidden Tear variants out there – even though all of them have different names. It was later found that the original source code of all of these programs was decryptable. Naturally, if this was the case, it meant every variant of the source was decryptable too.
If you’re looking for ransomware removal solutions, you should first check whether the malware is from the Hidden Tear family. Some of the most common variants of this source code include 8lock8, AnonCrack, Assembly, Balbaz, BankAccountSummary, Bansomqare Wanna, Blank, BloodJaws, Boris, CerberTear, CryptConsole2, CryptoKill, CyberResearcher, Data_Locker, and Dev-Nightmare 2xx9.
All you need to do after identifying the variant is to download the Hidden Tear Decrypter and select the variant you have been affected with. The Decrypter will come up with a ‘loaded key’ which will help you regain access to your files.
While the brief list of variants mentioned above contains the most common ones, you should go ahead and match your problem with all known variants. The very same can be done by comparing all known file extensions of the malware.
Ransomware removal has never been easier, right?