About this threat
JungleSec ransomware file-encoding malware, more commonly known as ransomware, will encode your files. Infection could result in serious consequences, as the data you may no longer access might be permanently damaged. Due to this, and the fact that getting infected is pretty easy, file encoding malware is thought to be very dangerous. If you have recently opened a weird email attachment, clicked on a suspicious advert or downloaded an application advertised on some untrustworthy page, that’s how it infected your device. Once the encryption has been finished, a ransom note will be dropped, in which you will be demanded to pay in exchange for a method to decoding your files. Depending on what kind of data encoding malicious program you have, the sum requested will differ. Even if you are requested to pay a minor amount, we do not recommend paying. We highly doubt crooks will feel compelled to return your data, so you might just end up wasting your money. If your data still remains locked after paying, we would not be shocked. Research backup options, so that if this situation was to reoccur, you you would not risk losing your files. There are plenty of options, and we are sure you’ll find one best suiting your needs. Erase JungleSec ransomware and then access your backup, if it was made prior to the contamination, to restore files. You will encounter malware like this everywhere, and contamination is likely to happen again, so you need to be ready for it. If you want to stay safe, you need to familiarize yourself with likely contaminations and how to protect yourself.