About this threat
REHA ransomware will try to lock your files, which is why it’s categorized as file-encrypting malware. It’s also more commonly known as as ransomware. If you recall opening a spam email attachment, pressing on a weird advert or downloading from unreliable sources, that is how you may have permitted the infection to get into your computer. It will be explained this in a more thorough manner in the proceeding section. A file-encrypting malware infection can bring about very serious consequences, so you must be aware of its distribution ways. It may be particularly shocking to find your files encrypted if it’s your first time hearing about ransomware, and you have no idea what it is. Soon after you see that something is wrong, you will find a ransom note, which will disclose that so as to unlock the files, you have to pay money. Complying with the demands isn’t the wisest idea, seeing as you’re dealing with criminals, who will feel no accountability to aid you. It wouldn’t be unexpected if they didn’t assist you decrypt your data. This, in addition to that money supporting an industry that does millions of dollars in damages, is why specialists in malware generally do not recommend giving into the demands. You should also look into a free decryptor, maybe a malware researcher was able to crack the ransomware and develop a decryption utility. Try to find a decryptor before think about paying. Restoring files shouldn’t be an issue if backup was made before the ransomware entered, so if you just uninstall REHA ransomware, you can restore files.