Is ransomware really that harmful
Stinger ransomware might be the file-encrypting malware that encoded your files. For the most part, ransomware uses spam emails and bogus downloads to infect users, which is how it can have entered your device. File-encoding malware is thought to be a highly damaging malevolent program since it encrypts data, and requests that you pay to get them back. Damaging software analysts could be able to create a free decryption key or if you have backup copes of your files, you might get your files back from there. But otherwise, there is limited chance you will recover your files. But what about paying the ransom, you might think, but we must alert you that it does not ensure data decryption. Cyber crooks already encoded your data, what is preventing them from being even more nasty by not recovering your files after payment. We would encourage that you terminate Stinger ransomware instead of going along with the demands.