How to get rid of Anatova ransomware ransomware attack?

Anatova ransomware attack is a dangerous type
 of cyber attack that targets local files on your computer, but it also targets the shared resources on your network and although ransomware is often difficult to get rid of, Anatova can be removed easily if you follow a few easy steps.
  Anatova ransomware, for example, is a common attack (in an infamous way) that affected many devices in 2019, and this ransomware was first discovered on a private peer-to-peer network by security researchers at McAfee, and now here's why Being dangerous to any device it accesses, Anatova forces PC users to infect their devices by copying the code for an application or game, and once your device is infected, two things happen, first your local files will be encrypted and secondly, all files on network shares will share the same fate, and in the worst case scenario , Where the attacker wins, the victims must pay a ransom of 10 Dash Coins (valued at around $ 700) to decrypt their files.

 How to get rid of Anatova ransomware attack?

1- Enable safe mode with networking
 It is possible to stop the Anatova ransomware attack in its tracks using Windows Safe Mode, just follow the steps given below to get into Safe mode with Networking and get rid of this part of the malware:
  •  Open the Start menu
  •  Click the Power button
  •  Hold Shift on your keyboard and select Restart
  •  Go to Troubleshoot
  •  Select Advanced options
  •  Click on the Startup Settings button
  •  Press Restart
  •  Enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt mode in Startup Settings.
2- Restore system files and settings
  •  Run an instance of CMD with admin rights.
  •  Type cd restore and hit Enter.
  •  In the same CMD window, type rstrui.exe and hit the Enter button.
  •  Locate the newly opened System Restore window.
  •  Click the Next button.
  •  Select the restore point created before the Aanatova attack.
  •  Click the Next button.
  •  Click the Yes button to start the restore process.

 How can I prevent Anatova ransomware attacks?
 Now that you have got rid of Anatova ransomware, you will need to make sure that it will not return, as usual prevention is better than cure, so it is wise to follow some safety measures when using your computer especially while connected to the Internet:
  •  Always use the official confirmed sources whenever you download games, apps, or any other document.
  •  Avoid suspicious websites, especially those filled with ads and pop-ups, or those that request notification permissions.
  •  Don't open emails that look particularly suspicious.
  •  Avoid clicking on attachments in emails, especially if your email client has marked them as spam and blocks their content.
  •  Use trustworthy anti-virus, malware and firewall solutions on your computer.
  •  Do not ignore any security warning you might see while navigating to a suspicious website.

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