.Velar Virus File (Velar Ransomware) - How to Remove It
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.Velar Virus File (Velar Ransomware) – How to Remove It

.Velar file extension is placed on all of your files? .Velar Virus File is also known as Velar ransomware which locks files on a computer and demands money to be paid as a ransom for unlocking them.

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Velar Ransomware (.Velar Virus File)

Velar or otherwise known as .Velar Virus File is a ransomware type virus. It encrypts files by appending the .Velar extension to them, making them inaccessible. All encrypted files will receive the new extension as a secondary one. The Velar ransomware drops a ransom note, which gives instructions to victims on how they can allegedly restore their data by paying a ransom fee.

Velar Ransomware Virus

Velar Ransomware will encrypt all types of files such as audio, video, pictures, backups, banking data and other personal user files found on a compromised computer system.

Threat Summary

Name.Velar Virus
File Extension.Velar
Type Ransomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionThe ransomware encrypts files on your computer system and demands a ransom to be paid to allegedly recover them.
SymptomsThe Velar ransomware will encrypt your files by appending the .Velar extension to them, along with a unique identification number placing the new .Velar extension as a secondary.
Ransom Demanding Notereadme.txt
Distribution MethodSpam Emails, Email Attachments
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.Velar Virus File – How Did It Infect My PC and What Happened?

.Velar Virus File might spread its infection via a payload dropper, which initiates the malicious script for this ransomware. The virus might also distribute its payload file on social media and file-sharing services. Freeware which is found on the Web can be presented as helpful also be hiding the malicious script for the cryptovirus. Read the tips for ransomware prevention from our forum.

The ransomware encrypts your files and shows ransomware instructions inside a ransom note that is called readme.txt as showcased in the picture below:

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The note states the following:

Hello
Unfortunately a malware has infected your computer and a large number of your files has been encrypted using a hybrid encryption scheme!
Contact us:
1. lanthanumRosaKiddgentile@cock.li
2. affrontUmerSummers@tutanota.com
In subject: ID-bca247a321
There is no possibility to decrypt these files without a special decrypt program!

You should NOT under any circumstances pay any ransom sum.

The extortionists want you to pay a ransom for the alleged restoration of your files, same as with a lot of ransomware viruses. .Velar Virus File ransomware could make entries in the Windows Registry to achieve persistence, and could launch or repress processes in a Windows system. All encrypted will receive the .Velar extension alongside a random generated one. That extension will be placed as a secondary one to each file and look something like .Velar. Audio, video, image files as well as documents, backups and banking data can be encrypted by the ransomware.

The .Velar Virus File could be set to erase all the Shadow Volume Copies from the Windows operating system with the help of the following command:

→vssadmin.exe delete shadows /all /Quiet

If your computer device was infected with this ransomware and your files are locked, read on through to find out how you could potentially restore your files back to normal.

Remove .Velar Virus File

If your computer got infected with the .Velar Virus File, you should have a bit of experience in removing malware. You should get rid of this ransomware as quickly as possible before it can have the chance to spread further and infect other computers. You should remove the ransomware and follow the step-by-step instructions guide provided below.

Tsetso Mihailov

Tsetso Mihailov

Tsetso Mihailov is a tech-geek and loves everything that is tech-related, while observing the latest news surrounding technologies. He has worked in IT before, as a system administrator and a computer repair technician. Dealing with malware since his teens, he is determined to spread word about the latest threats revolving around computer security.

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