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What is SHINRA Ransomware

SHINRA Ransomware is a variant of the Proton ransomware family, known for its malicious activities that involve encrypting data on infected computers and demanding a ransom for decryption. This ransomware encrypts files, renames them with a random character string, and appends a .SHINRA3 extension to the filenames. Once installed, SHINRA Ransomware employs strong encryption algorithms, specifically AES and ECC, to lock files on the victim’s computer. The ransomware creates a ransom note named #SHINRA-Recovery.txt which is typically placed on the desktop or in folders containing the encrypted files. This note informs victims that their files have been encrypted and provides instructions on how to pay the ransom to potentially receive a decryption key. Unfortunately, as of the latest updates, there are no free decryption tools available specifically for SHINRA Ransomware that can guarantee the recovery of encrypted files. Victims are advised against paying the ransom as it does not ensure the recovery of data and financially supports the cybercriminals’ activities.

~~~ SHINRA ~~~
>>> What happened?
We encrypted and stolen all of your files.
We use AES and ECC algorithms.
Nobody can recover your files without our decryption service.
>>> What guarantees?
You can send us an unimportant file less than 1 MG, We decrypt it as guarantee.
If we do not send you the decryption software or delete stolen data, no one will pay us in future so we will keep our promise.
>>> How to contact us?
Our email address:
In case of no answer within 24 hours, contact to this email:
Write your personal ID in the subject of the email.
>>>>>>>>> Your ID: - <<<<<<<<<< >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>> Warnings!
- Do not go to recovery companies, they are just middlemen who will make money off you and cheat you.
They secretly negotiate with us, buy decryption software and will sell it to you many times more expensive or they will simply scam you.
- Do not hesitate for a long time. The faster you pay, the lower the price.
- Do not delete or modify encrypted files, it will lead to problems with decryption of files.

Firstly, it is crucial to remove the ransomware from the infected system to prevent further encryption. This can be done using reputable anti-malware software. Tools like SpyHunter or an antivirus program can scan for and eliminate the ransomware components. After ensuring the ransomware is removed, victims can attempt to recover their files. If a backup is available, files can be restored from there. If no backup is available, victims might consider trying third-party file recovery software, although success is not guaranteed. After ensuring the ransomware is removed, victims can attempt to recover their files. If a backup is available, files can be restored from there. If no backup is available, victims might consider trying third-party file recovery software, although success is not guaranteed. While specific tools for SHINRA Ransomware are not available, victims can explore general decryption tools provided by cybersecurity firms like Kaspersky or other entities. These tools sometimes help recover files affected by different ransomware variants, depending on the encryption method used.

How SHINRA Ransomware infects computers

SHINRA Ransomware typically infiltrates computers through various vectors. Common methods include phishing emails, malicious downloads, or exploiting vulnerabilities in the system. Users may unknowingly trigger the ransomware by opening infected email attachments, downloading pirated software, or visiting compromised websites. To prevent future ransomware infections, it is essential to maintain up-to-date antivirus software, avoid opening suspicious emails or links, use strong passwords, and regularly back up important data on separate devices or cloud storage.

  1. Download SHINRA Ransomware Removal Tool
  2. Get decryption tool for .SHINRA3 files
  3. Recover encrypted files with Stellar Data Recovery Professional
  4. Restore encrypted files with Windows Previous Versions
  5. Restore files with Shadow Explorer
  6. How to protect from threats like SHINRA Ransomware

Download Removal Tool

Download Removal Tool

To remove SHINRA Ransomware completely, we recommend you to use SpyHunter 5 from EnigmaSoft Limited. It detects and removes all files, folders, and registry keys of SHINRA Ransomware. The trial version of SpyHunter 5 offers virus scan and 1-time removal for FREE.

Alternative Removal Tool

Download Norton Antivirus

To remove SHINRA Ransomware completely, we recommend you to use Norton Antivirus from Symantec. It detects and removes all files, folders, and registry keys of SHINRA Ransomware and prevents future infections by similar viruses.

SHINRA Ransomware files:


SHINRA Ransomware registry keys:

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How to decrypt and restore .SHINRA3 files

Use automated decryptors

Download Kaspersky RakhniDecryptor

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Use the following tool from Kaspersky called Rakhni Decryptor, that can decrypt .SHINRA3 files. Download it here:

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There is no purpose to pay the ransom because there is no guarantee you will receive the key, but you will put your bank credentials at risk.

Dr.Web Rescue Pack

Famous antivirus vendor Dr. Web provides free decryption service for the owners of its products: Dr.Web Security Space or Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite. Other users can ask for help in the decryption of .SHINRA3 files by uploading samples to Dr. Web Ransomware Decryption Service. Analyzing files will be performed free of charge and if files are decryptable, all you need to do is purchase a 2-year license of Dr.Web Security Space worth $120 or less. Otherwise, you don’t have to pay.

If you are infected with SHINRA Ransomware and removed from your computer, you can try to decrypt your files. Antivirus vendors and individuals create free decryptors for some crypto-lockers. To attempt to decrypt them manually, you can do the following:

Use Stellar Data Recovery Professional to restore .SHINRA3 files

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  1. Download Stellar Data Recovery Professional.
  2. Click Recover Data button.
  3. Select the type of files you want to restore and click Next button.
  4. Choose the location where you would like to restore files from and click Scan button.
  5. Preview found files, choose ones you will restore and click Recover.
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Using Windows Previous Versions option:

  1. Right-click on infected file and choose Properties.
  2. Select Previous Versions tab.
  3. Choose a particular version of the file and click Copy.
  4. To restore the selected file and replace the existing one, click on the Restore button.
  5. In case there are no items in the list, choose an alternative method.

Using Shadow Explorer:

  1. Download Shadow Explorer program.
  2. Run it, and you will see a screen listing of all the drives and the dates that shadow copy was created.
  3. Select the drive and date that you want to restore from.
  4. Right-click on a folder name and select Export.
  5. In case there are no other dates in the list, choose an alternative method.

If you are using Dropbox:

  1. Login to the Dropbox website and go to the folder that contains encrypted files.
  2. Right-click on the encrypted file and select Previous Versions.
  3. Select the version of the file you wish to restore and click on the Restore button.

How to protect computer from viruses, like SHINRA Ransomware, in future

1. Get special anti-ransomware software

Use ZoneAlarm Anti-Ransomware

Famous antivirus brand ZoneAlarm by Check Point released a comprehensive tool, that will help you with active anti-ransomware protection, as an additional shield to your current protection. The tool provides Zero-Day protection against ransomware and allows you to recover files. ZoneAlarm Anti-Ransomware is compatible with all other antiviruses, firewalls, and security software except ZoneAlarm Extreme (already shipped with ZoneAlarm Anti-Ransomware) or Check Point Endpoint products. The killer features of this application are: automatic file recovery, overwrite protection that instantly and automatically recovers any encrypted files, file protection that detects and blocks even unknown encryptors.

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2. Back up your files

idrive backup

As an additional way to save your files, we recommend online backup. Local storage, such as hard drives, SSDs, flash drives, or remote network storage can be instantly infected by the virus once plugged in or connected to. SHINRA Ransomware uses some techniques to exploit this. One of the best services and programs for easy automatic online backup is iDrive. It has the most profitable terms and a simple interface. You can read more about iDrive cloud backup and storage here.

3. Do not open spam e-mails and protect your mailbox

mailwasher pro

Malicious attachments to spam or phishing e-mails are the most popular method of ransomware distribution. Using spam filters and creating anti-spam rules is good practice. One of the world leaders in anti-spam protection is MailWasher Pro. It works with various desktop applications and provides a very high level of anti-spam protection.

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