What is ransomware
ERIS ransomware will encrypt your files, as it is ransomware. It is a highly severe infection that could permanently stop you from opening your data. It’s very easy to contaminate your device, which only adds to why it is so dangerous. Infection may happen through means such as spam emails, infected advertisements or bogus downloads. As soon as the file encrypting malicious program is finished encoding your files, a ransom note will be delivered to you, asking you money for a decryptor. The ransom varies from ransomware to ransomware, some demand $1000 or more, some may settle with $100. We do not advise paying, no matter how little the amount is. Take into consideration that you are dealing with criminals who could simply take your money and not provide anything in exchange. If you take the time to look into it, you will definitely find accounts of users not recovering data, even after paying. It would be a better idea to buy backup with that money. From USBs to cloud storage, there are many backup options available, you simply have to select one. Just uninstall ERIS ransomware, and if you had made backup before the infection infiltrated your system, you ought to be able to recover data from there. It is essential to prepare for all scenarios in these kinds of situations because another similar infection is likely imminent. In order to protect a computer, one must always be ready to run into potential malware, becoming familiar with how to avoid them.