The Robin Hood And Family Ransomware is an exceptionally threatening piece of ransomware which, unfortunately, is able to cause irreversible damage. This is because the authors of the Robin Hood And Family Ransomware have not implemented a file-encryption routine and, instead, they’ve opted for a much simpler and devastating attack – their program deletes all files that use certain file extensions. Despite working as a disk wiper, the Robin Hood And Family Ransomware still delivers a ransom message, which tells the users that their files have been encrypted and their recovery can be completed as soon as they meet the demands of the attackers. Unsurprisingly, the authors of the Robin Hood And Family Ransomware demand to receive a ransom payment in exchange for the decryption software, and they have set the price to 0.1 BTC. The attackers also have included the e-mail address [email protected], which should be used to get in touch with them for more details. Unfortunately, due to the nature of this threat’s attack, there is nothing you can do to recuperate your files unless you have a backup available.
We advise victims of the Robin Hood And Family Ransomware to avoid contacting the attackers, as well as not to agree to send any money to them since it would be impossible for the con artists to provide a decryption software. The entire message that the Robin Hood And Family Ransomware uses can be found in the file ‘YOU ARE HACKED – READ ME.txt’ but, unfortunately, most of the text found there is not true.
The only thing that victims of the Robin Hood And Family Ransomware can do after their data has been wiped is to stop the threat from causing more damage by running a credible anti-virus software suite that will eradicate the malevolent files.