What is .SaveTheQueen?
Every day the internet is replenished with new kinds of malwares. The one of the newest threats is SaveTheQueen ransomwares. This ransomware doesn’t belong to any already known ransomware family, however, it has a lot in common with such families, as STOP(DJVU) ransomware family:MBED, PEET, GROD, MOSK, TOEC, NAKW, Derp, COOT, Nols, Werd, Ndarod, Leto, Bora and RECO; and DHARMA file-encryption ransomware family the members of which are: KHARMA, newer version of MONEY, Money, Oo7 and CASH. These viruses can easily infect anyone, as they spread by the means of different tricks. Usually hackers put the code of the virus into a harmless file, that can be shared by the means of free sharing services, torrents and other ways. When such a file is opened, the code executes and immediately infects the operating system. If your device has been accidentally infected by SaveTheQueen ransomware, don’t try to decrypt .SaveTheQueen files by yourself, as it can damage your data permanently, without any hope to restore them!
SaveTheQueen ransomware encryption process.
Once this virus gets into the operating system it immediately begins the encryption process. The process can be subdivided into two steps and they occur one by one. The first one is the scanning process. The virus has to analyze the files and find file, that are suitable for the encryption. Usually, these files are documents and media files, as they, in the most cases, are the most valuable files on the device and the owner of the device is ready to pay for the restoration. When the files are found, it immediately begins to modify the file structures. As the result, the files are unreadable and there is the new extension .SaveTheQueen in the end of the file names. Then the virus creates ransom note, that is .SaveTheQueen.HelpMe.TXT. This note aims at the forcing the user to pay the ransom. We strongly recommend you to avoid all contacts with the hackers, as they can easily deceive you. There are a lot of cases, when hackers get the payment and say to the victim to pay once again, because he or she was too late. So, if you need real help, you’d better use our guide for free.
All your files, documents, photos, databases and other important files are encrypted and have the extension: .SaveTheQueen
The only method of recovering files is to purchase an unique private key.
Only we can give you this key and only we can recover your files.
Contact us by e-mail in 7 days ; or your key will be deleted permanently.
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- How to remove SaveTheQueen Ransomware from your computer
- How to remove SaveTheQueen Ransomware encryption from your files
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How to remove SaveTheQueen Ransomware from your computer?
We strongly recommend you to use a powerful anti-malware program that has this threat in its database. It will mitigate the risks of the wrong installation, and will remove SaveTheQueen from your computer with all of its leftovers and register files.
Solution for Windows users: our choice is Norton 360 . Norton 360 scans your computer and detects various threats like SaveTheQueen, then removes it with all of the related malicious files, folders and registry keys.
If you are Mac user, we advise you to use Combo Cleaner.
How to decrypt .SaveTheQueen files?
Once you’ve removed the virus, you are probably thinking how to decrypt .SaveTheQueen files. Let’s take a look at possible ways of decrypting your data.
Restore .SaveTheQueen files with Data Recovery
- Download and install Data Recovery
- Select drives and folders with your files, then click Scan.
- Choose all the files in a folder, then press on Restore button.
- Manage export location.
Decrypt .SaveTheQueen files by other software
Unfortunately, due to the novelty of SaveTheQueen ransomware, there are no decryptors that can surely decrypt encrypted files. Still, there is no need to invest in the malicious scheme by paying a ransom. You are able to recover files manually.
You can try to use one of these methods in order to restore your encrypted data manually.