The ‘.justice File Extension’ Ransomware is a file-encryption Trojan whose targets are likely to be users in Turkish-speaking countries. It also is possible that the file locker might be the product of Turkish hackers since its ransom message does not include a single word in English, and it is written in Turkish entirely. The good news is that users who’ve fallen victim to the ‘.justice File Extension’ Ransomware might be able to recover from the attack without paying a ransom sum to the attackers, thanks to the free decryption software available for this threat.
The ‘.justice File Extension’ Ransomware is based on the JigSaw Ransomware, which is certainly a harmful one, but cybersecurity experts managed to crack its encryption routine to develop a free-to-use decryption tool successfully. This means that users whose files were taken hostage by the ‘.justice File Extension’ Ransomware should disregard the instructions of the attackers and instead proceed to eliminate the file-encryption Trojan with the help of a trustworthy anti-virus software suite. After this step is complete, they can restore their files by using the JigSaw decryption software.
Although the ‘.justice File Extension’ Ransomware is decryptable, you should not take any risks when it comes to file-encryption Trojans. The best thing to keep your data safe is to regularly backup if to an offline storage device, as well as to make sure that your web browsing habits don’t involve visiting websites known for spreading pirated software or other suspicious content. In addition to this, you should also install and activate a trustworthy anti-malware software suite which will keep you safe during your online sessions.