What can be said about file-encoding malware
NERAS ransomware is a piece of malicious software that is commonly referred to as ransomware as it will encrypt your files. Malicious downloads and spam emails are the most likely way you obtained the contamination. Ransomware is considered to be a very harmful malware since it encodes data, and requests for money in exchange for getting them back. If ransomware specialists manage to crack the file-encoding malicious software, they might make a free decoding tool, or if you have backup, you may easily restore your data. You not having backup might lead to file loss as data recovery using other methods isn’t always likely. Ransom payment does not mean you will recover your files so take that into account if you’re leaning towards paying. Hackers already locked your data, what is stopping them from becoming even more horrible by not decrypting your files after you pay. Since payment is not a trustworthy file recovery option, you should just erase NERAS ransomware.