Threat Finder Removal Guide

Do you know what Threat Finder is?

Threat Finder is a ransomware infection that gets distribution via spam email messages as a Trojan. It might be complicated to remove Threat Finder from your computer because ransomware programs often delete themselves once your files are encrypted. That’s the main thing Threat Finder does: This malicious program encrypts your vital files and basically holds your system hostage demanding a ransom fee of $300. Users are strongly advised to refrain from transferring any money to Threat Finder’s creators because it doesn’t lead anymore. You will merely lose your money.

Threat Finder is rather good at scaring unsuspecting users into believing that they are in terrible trouble and they have only 72 hours to solve the problem at hand. It is true that you are in trouble because your photos, documents, videos, music, and other files have been encrypted. However, the problem will not disappear anywhere if you pay Threat Finder the ransom fee. It could be that there are more unwanted and dangerous program on your system and you must delete them all as well. Needless to say, it might be too much of a challenge to remove all the infections manually, so that is why it is strongly recommended that you acquire a reliable computer security application that will take care of that for you.

The thing Threat Finder relies on is panic. When users panic, they can be easily forced to do things they usually would never do under normal circumstances. The point is that unless you have a system restore point or all of your files backed up on an external drive, chances are that you will not be able to fully restore your files. There have been recorded some instances when cyber criminals issued the decryption keys for their victims once they have received the payment, but sending your money to these hackers is no more different than paying the terrorists.

What’s more, if you do not ensure your system’s stability, there is no saying when Threat Finder or any similar infection enters your computer again. Therefore, you need to invest in the malware infection prevention means as well.

Please follow the instructions below to get yourself a reliable antispyware tool that will perform a full system scan. It will help you detect all the malicious files in your system, and you will be able to delete them all automatically with a single click of your mouse.

As far as your encrypted files are concerned, you need to address computer security experts that could offer you a decryption tool. Either way, Threat Finder is a nasty infection that will leave its mark on your system. It would be in your best interests to avoid getting infected with it altogether.

Remove Threat Finder

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Move the mouse cursor to the bottom right of your screen.
  2. Click Settings on the Charm bar and click the Power button.
  3. Select Restart and go to Troubleshoot.
  4. Click Advanced Options and select Startup Settings.
  5. Click Restart and press F5 when the options menu appears.
  6. When the system loads, access
  7. Install SpyHunter and scan your computer.

In non-techie terms:

Threat Finder is a malicious infection that wants to rip you off. It will encrypt your files to push you into spending your money for nothing. Do not pay attention to anything Threat Finder has to say, and remove malware from your system. Alternative removal instructions for other Windows operating systems can be found below.