What is Aurora ransomware
Aurora ransomware will encrypt your files the second it infects your OS because it’s ransomware. Ransomware is a very critical threat because it will encrypt your files and request money in exchange for a decryption method. The distressing reality is that pretty often, users not being able to decrypt files. Perhaps you opened a infected email attachment or fell for a fake download recently and that is how you got contaminated. This is why you should follow the advice of researchers when they warn you about these things. Users are requested to pay a ransom if they are infected and that is the last thing they should do. It would be naive to think that crooks will feel bound to give you the decryption program even if you pay, so you need to rethink your choice if you want to pay. We recommend you to terminate Aurora ransomware, and ignore the demands.