Do You Know How Dangerous the TelsaCrypt .VVV extension Is?
TelsaCrypt .VVV extension is identified as a type of Ransomware virus activated by Trojan horse. It is designed by hacker who aims to encrypt your personal files and take them hostage to force you to buy the decryption key which costs a bomb. TelsaCrypt .VVV extension can get into your computer through many ways, among which the major ones are spam email attachment and free download files and porn websites’ links. Once you open or click them, TelsaCrypt .VVV extension will be downloaded and hack your entire system.
TelsaCrypt .VVV extension has ability to encrypt almost every type of files, such as JPG, PNG, AVI, MKV, MP3, GIF,XML DOCX, PDF and TXT. In case it infects your files, you cannot open any of them at all. What you will get is a txt file, a html webpage icon or a BMP image that urges you to pay the ransom fee. TelsaCrypt .VVV extension usually warns that you only have 24 or 48 hours to buy the decryption key, and any delaying after the limited time will make you lose all your files forever. Lots of victims can do nothing but to pay the money because their files are so important, but please not that you are making deal with cyber criminal, who may not keep its words to recover your files even though you send money to them. It’s lots of money, we do not recommend giving the money to such evil criminal. And there is another risk, that is identity theft. The hackers who created TelsaCrypt .VVV extension are able to hack into your banking accounts or other crucial accounts when you follow their messages to pay money. It is a huge risk to you.