Ransomware removal tool: scan and remove ransomware easily

Ransomware is a type of malware that prevents or limits users from accessing their system. To make the infected system usable again, the victim is forced to pay (a ransom) to a remote threat actor thru certain online payment methods. Users may encounter this threat through different means. They can either download ransomware unwittingly by visiting malicious or compromised websites. It can also arrive as a payload, either dropped or downloaded by other malware. It is important to note, however, that paying for the ransom does not guarantee that users can eventually access the infected system.


Trend Micro has developed a special tool in order to address this problem. Trend Micro AntiRansomware Tool 2.0 is a free program designed to perform a quick system scan in order to identify and remove ransomware from an infected computer.

Below are indications that your computer is infected by a ransomware:

  • Getting pop-up messages telling that your computer has been locked
  • Getting pop-up messages demanding payment before you can access your files and programs

Note: This tool can be installed on Safe Mode with Networking. Also through USB on Regular Safe Mode and Safe Mode with Command Prompt.

Trend Micro AntiRansomware Tool 3.0 uses a different implementation method from that of AntiRansomware Tool build 2.0 and no longer needs user-triggered keys to run. Trend Micro AntiRansomware Tool 3.0 can be used on ransomware cases which are present on all modes (Normal Mode, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Command Prompt, etc.).

Learn how to use the AntiRansomware Tool 3.0 via USB to resolve ransomware infection on your computer.

Download: Trend Micro AntiRansomware Tool 2.0 | 4.4 MB (Freeware)
Download: Trend Micro AntiRansomware Tool 3.0 | 7.1 MB
View: Trend Micro Website

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Strange for bundles to be packaged as RAR files from commercial companies. Not saying this is sketchy ... but def not the norm. Also, if your files have been compromised, I don't believe the tool will fix that.

Can someone please explain in PLAIN ENGLISH the difference between AntiRansomware Tool 2.0 and AntiRansomware Tool 3.0?

I'm assuming the difference is this:

"uses a different implementation method from that of AntiRansomware Tool build 2.0 and no longer needs user-triggered keys to run"