Free Rapid Ransomware Removal Tools
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Free Rapid Ransomware removal tools can prove to be your best defense against the ransomware menace many organizations are facing. Bad actors encrypt data using malware and hold the victim’s hostage in exchange for a payment, generally in the form of Bitcoins.

If you too are a victim of ransomware attacks you can follow these mitigation steps and free rapid ransomware removal tools.
How to recover your data:

Step 1: Are you planning to pay the ransom? This is the biggest mistake most victims do, it will not guarantee that ransomware creators will grant you access to your data.

Step 2: Always maintain regular backups and keep them in safe, secure locations.

Step 3: If you don’t have a backup, your only chance would be to use one of the below-mentioned ransomware decryptors. They will help you decrypt the data encrypted by ransomware gangs or hackers.

How to identify the ransomware on your system?

The ransom note left behind by the hackers often contains details about the ransomware used to encrypt your files. Though at times this information may not be available. In this case, you need to know which encryption extensions belong to which ransomware families. There are no ransomware decryptors for them as many of these extensions are new types of encryption malware.

How to identify the ransomware you’ve been infected with?

Oftentimes, the ransom note provides details about the type of ransomware your files have been encrypted with, but it can happen that you don’t have this information at hand. Readers have asked us to show which encryption extensions belong to which ransomware families. Many of these extensions signaled new types of encrypting malware, for which there are no ransom decryptors available. For the rest, you can use one of the tools by crypto-sheriff or id-ransomware.

Ransomware decryption tools

There are a number of ransomware decryption tools available, you need to make a documented research. This will ensure you are able to safely decrypt your data as it may turn out to be a nerve-wracking process.

It will be a good practice to follow various malware removal forums mentioned below

Malware Removal Forums

Free Rapid Ransomware Removal Tools

The hackers and their hacking techniques are always evolving. It is true we will never have a complete solution to this problem. Many security researchers are constantly on the lookout for new malware variants to counter their moves.

  1. 777 ransomware decrypting tool
  2. 7even-HONE$T decrypting tool
  3. .8lock8 ransomware decrypting tool + explanations
  4. 7ev3n decrypting tool
  5. AES_NI Rakhni Decryptor tool
  6. Agent.iih decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor)
  7. Alcatraz Ransom decryptor tool
  8. Alma ransomware decryption tool
  9. Al-Namrood decrypting tool 
  10. Alpha decrypting tool
  11. AlphaLocker decrypting tool
  12. Amnesia Ransom decryptor tool
  13. Amnesia Ransom 2 decryptor tool
  14. Apocalypse decrypting tool
  15. ApocalypseVM decrypting tool + alternative
  16. Aura decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor)
  17. AutoIT decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rannoh Decryptor)
  18. AutoLT decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rannoh Decryptor)
  19. Autolocky decrypting tool
  20. Avaddon ransom decryption tool
  21. Avest ransom decryption tool
  22. Badblock decrypting tool + alternative 1
  23. BarRax Ransom decryption tool
  24. Bart decrypting tool
  25. BigBobRoss decrypting tool 
  26. BitCryptor decrypting tool
  27. Bitman ransomware versions 2 & 3 (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor)
  28. BitStak decrypting tool
  29. BTCWare Ransom decryptor
  30. Cerber decryption tool
  31. Chimera decrypting tool + alternative 1 + alternative 2
  32. CheckMail7 ransomware decryption tool
  33. ChernoLocker ransom decryption tool
  34. CoinVault decrypting tool
  35. Cry128 decrypting tool
  36. Cry9 Ransom decrypting tool
  37. Cryakl decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rannoh Decryptor)
  38. Crybola decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rannoh Decryptor)
  39. CrypBoss ransomware decrypting tool
  40. Crypren ransomware decrypting tool
  41. Crypt38 ransomware decrypting tool
  42. Crypt888 (see also Mircop) decrypting tool
  43. CryptInfinite decrypting tool
  44. CryptoDefense decrypting tool
  45. CryptFile2 decrypting tool (decrypted by the CryptoMix Decryptor)
  46. CryptoHost (a.k.a. Manamecrypt) decrypting tool
  47. Cryptokluchen decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor)
  48. CryptoMix Ransom decrypting tool + offline alternative
  49. CryptON decryption tool
  50. CryptoTorLocker decrypting tool
  51. CryptXXX decrypting tool
  52. CrySIS decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor – additional details)
  53. CTB-Locker Web decrypting tool
  54. CuteRansomware decrypting tool (decrypted by the my-Little-Ransomware Decryptor)
  55. Cyborg ransomware decryption tool
  56. Damage ransom decrypting tool
  57. Darkside ransomware decryption tool
  58. DemoTool decrypting tool
  59. Dharma Ransom Rakhni decryptor tool
  60. DeCrypt Protect decrypting tool
  61. Democry decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor)
  62. Derialock ransom decryptor tool
  63. Dharma Decryptor
  64. DMA Locker decrypting tool + DMA2 Locker decoding tool
  65. DragonCyber ransomware decryption tool
  66. DXXD ransomware decryption tool
  67. Encryptile decrypting tool
  68. ElvisPresley ransomware decryption tool (decrypted by the Jigsaw Decryptor)
  69. Everbe Ransomware decrypting tool
  70. Fabiansomware decrypting tool
  71. FenixLocker – decrypting tool
  72. FilesLocker decrypting tool
  73. FindZip decrypting tool
  74. FortuneCrypt decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rakhni Decryptor)
  75. Fonix ransomware decryption tool
  76. Fury decrypting tool (decrypted by the Rannoh Decryptor)
  77. GalactiCryper ransom decryptor
  78. GandCrab decrypting tool
  79. GetCrypt decryption tool
  80. GhostCrypt decrypting tool
  81. Globe / Purge decrypting tool + alternative
  82. Globe2 decryption tool
  83. Globe3 decryption tool
  84. GlobeImpostor decryption tool
  85. Gomasom decrypting tool
  86. GoGoogle decryption tool
  87. Hacked decrypting tool
  88. Hakbit decryptor
  89. Harasom decrypting tool
  90. HydraCrypt decrypting tool
  91. HiddenTear decrypting tool
  92. HildraCrypt decryptor
  93. HKCrypt ransom decryptor
  94. Iams00rry decryptor
  95. InsaneCrypt ransomware decryptor
  96. Iwanttits ransomware decryptor
  97. Jaff decrypter tool
  98. JavaLocker decryptor
  99. Jigsaw/CryptoHit decrypting tool + alternative
  100. JS WORM 2.0 decryptor

How to Protect Yourself Against a Ransomware Attack?’

  • Maintain regular backups, this can be crucial in case you have to restore it.
  • You should remain vigilant and proactive while handling sensitive data online.
  • Never pay ransom to hackers as it does not guarantee they will not post your information on the Dark Web.
  • There should be an anti-ransomware plan in place in case of such an attack.

Ransomware Protection Checklist

On Pc

  • Do not store important data on your PC.
  • Keep multiple copies of your data backup ie. on external hard disks and in the cloud.
  • Avoid syncing the Cloud App automatically, use it only when you backup your data.
  • Keep your apps updated, including your operating system.
  • Turn off Macros in the Microsoft Office suite -Word, Excel, etc.


  • Do not open emails from unknown senders.
  • Do not download attachments from spam emails or suspicious emails.
  • Do not click links in spam emails or suspicious emails.

Anti Ransomware Security Tools

  • Use a paid version of anti-virus software with automatic and real-time updates.
  • Use proactive security products, they will help you block cyber-attacks based on traffic analysis.


  • Remove plugins that might be a risk such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, Java, and Silverlight.
  • Run the plugins only when you require them.
  • Increase the protection by adjusting Browser security and privacy settings.
  • Remove outdated plugins and add ons from your browser.

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