Paradise virus is a malicious file-encrypting ransomware and works as ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS). Though it is still working in low but it is getting distributed as RaaS that might also be an ominous sign. While some other crook that are less experienced can pick its code and then boost its distribution.
Paradise ransomware uses RSA-2048 algorithm to encode the files stored in the infiltrated computer. After encryption process completes then it appends with .paradise file extension along with email referrer, e.g., sample1.jpg[random characters].[firstname.lastname@example.org].paradise to each encrypted file.
In addition it also drops a ransom note #Decrypt My Files#.txt file along with a complete instruction of decryption key an method to pay the ransom. But it does not give any specific ransom amount but it forces the user to make payment as soon as possible. Might be the ransom amount depend on the importance of file or the price directly depends on how fast they will contact the perpetrators.
The criminals forces the user to perform this task within 36 hours, as the crooks also provide the chance for decrypting some of the files for free. Along with the given email address it also provides additional contact information email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Message given by this ransomware is:
All your files were encrypted!
For more information read: #_decrypt_$#.txt
Paradise virus urges user to make ransom payment as soon as possible. But it is recommended not to make any ransom payment rather try to remove Paradise ransomware from computer. For this opt professional anti-malware removal tool. It perform complete system scan with powerful algorithm thus makes computer safe and secure. User must also keep the program updated to avoid further malware attack. To know more continue reading the below mentioned steps.