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Ransomware Protection & Removal Tool

Try our Anti-Ransomware to detect and protect against destructive attacks. Protect yourself from ransomware and other online attacks that threaten your computer, your files, and your privacy.

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Ransomware Protection: How to keep your data safe in 2022

Gridinsoft has been stopping ransomware attacks for years, and we're only getting better with age. Our Ransomware Protection solution protects users and organizations from the most sophisticated ransomware attacks ensuring business continuity and productivity.

Keep your Windows 10 safe from ransomware

Protect your Windows PC from ransomware, viruses, malware, spyware, and other threats. All in real-time.

Hourly updates

New and improved ransomware attacks the internet every day, but we upgrade our software every few minutes to keep you strong protection.

Ransomware doesn't stand a chance

Many layers of security engines ensure we catch ransomware well before it has a chance to do any damage to you.

We are power!

We'll stop any malware that's putting your PC, data, or peace of mind at risk.

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Cure your PC from any kind of ransomware

Ransomware Protection Tool

Our Ransomware Protection Tool detects, removes and prevents ransomware. Protect your computer today with Gridinsoft Anti-malware.

We've packed the world's largest threat-detection network and machine-learning malware protection into a single, lightweight ransomware scan and removal tool that won't slow down your PC.

How to remove ransomware

Step 1 — Install Gridinsoft Anti-malware

Download and install Gridinsoft Anti-malware. Then, click the “Standard Scan” button, and the virus detector engine quickly scans for ransomware.

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Step 2 — Review found threats

After the malware scan, Gridinsoft reports on any threats found and asks you to remove them.

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Step 3 — Remove threats

Once you click the "Clean Now", our antivirus tool will clean up found ransomware and threats, so your computer is secure and safe.

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OPSWAT, one of the most reputable organizations opposed to the invasion of malicious software, awarded our product with a platinum certificate.

We are proud of this result and will stay on our principles to allow each user to keep his privacy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is ransomware?
Ransomware is a type of malware that prevents you from accessing your computer or personal files and demands a ransom payment to regain access. Ransomware can also compromise cybersecurity by gaining access to your network and infecting other devices.
How can I prevent ransomware?
The best way to avoid ransomware and other malware is to use a powerful anti-ransomware tool while practicing safe online habits, such as choosing not to click on strange links or download unknown files.
How does ransomware work?
Ransomware enters your network or computer in a variety of ways, the most popular is a download via spam or pirated software. Typically, the ransomware infects a PC by an executable file that may have been in a zip archive, embedded within a Microsoft Office document's macros. Next, ransomware encrypts your data, adds an extension to your files, and makes them inaccessible.
How to protect against ransomware in Windows 10 or 11?
First, don't visit unsafe, suspicious, or fake websites. Don't open file attachments that you weren't expecting or from people you do not know. Don't open malicious or suspicious links in emails, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media posts. For Windows 10 or 11 - turn on "Controlled Folder Access" to protect your important local folders from ransomware. Turn on "On-Run Protection" in Gridinsoft Anti-malware.
What if it's too late?
If all your files are encrypted, it might not be too late! For certain kinds of ransomware, there are free decryption tools available online. And don't worry about the claims that these tools will damage your files, as that's just a bluff to try to get you to pay up.
What to do if you already paid a ransom?
If you've already paid the ransom, try to contact your bank. If you paid with a credit card, your bank might be able to block the transaction and return your money.

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