Is ransomware really that dangerous
RetMyData Ransomware might be the file-encoding malware responsible for your file encryption. Usually, file-encoding malware uses spam emails and bogus downloads to invade users, which is how it might have invaded your OS. File-encoding malicious software is one of the most harmful malware you could get because it encodes data, and demands for money in exchange for recovering them. If file-encoding malware researchers are able to crack the ransomware, they may make a free decryption tool, or if you have backup, you could easily recover your files. Other than that, file recovery might be impossible. Ransom payment doesn’t mean you will get your files back so bear that in mind if you are thinking about paying. It is likely that the crooks will just take your money and choose to not help you. Since payment might not be the most reliable choice, you should simply erase RetMyData Ransomware.