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  1. دة الحل اللي لاقيتو First of all, such a virus, including .Sage, must sneak into your system. There is a variety of different distribution methods employed for that purpose. Possible sources may include emails from unknown senders and their attachments, fake update notifications, malicious online ads leading to contagious web addresses, torrents, shareware, contaminated websites. Once you visit/ open any of the aforementioned potential sources, the virus simply sneaks into your PC immediately (as a drive-by download) and you will have no idea of the contamination process happening. Once your computer has been contaminated with such a threat, the virus begins to act according to its plan. Firstly, it detects all the storage places, all the disks and drives where you keep essential files. Secondly, .Sage determines which data exactly you are particularly keen on using. Then the virus assembles a list with all of the predetermined files. As soon as .Sage has the detailed list with all the to-be-encrypted files, it starts the process of encrypting them. That happens one by one. Sometimes this process might use up a great amount of system resources and the victim user might be able to notice it. If this happens, you should shut down your computer immediately. After that we recommend that you do not boot your PC again before you have figured out a way to get the malware removed. However, spotting the virus is a very rare occasion and the victim user has usually no clue about the ongoing encryption process. After the process of encoding is complete, the victim user receives a notification with all the details about the infection and a ransom demand. All the payment details, deadlines, and sometimes the names of the encrypted files, are mentioned inside the alert message. It could also contain some warnings and threats to convince you to pay the required ransom as soon as possible. In case you have been unlucky enough to catch .Sage, how should you behave after getting infected? After receiving such a threatening screen notification, you may be a little shaken and concerned for the future of your system as a whole and your encoded data, especially if you have to access it on a regular basis. However, venturing into paying off the hackers behind .Sage as soon as you get the message is NOT wise at all. You have to bear in mind a few important details about the Ransomware-inflicted contaminations: They are awfully hard to be removed and it’s even more difficult to decrypt the affected data. Your files are likely to remain inaccessible forever if you do something wrong or in case the hackers are not in a good mood. Paying the ransom may encourage the criminals, who are harassing you, to recover your data. However, this may not be your case. The people who are blackmailing you may only want your money and may very well have no intention to give you back your files. It is your choice of risking your money and to pay. Though it is still risking your data, you could also try to seek another way of dealing with the issue. The alternatives of paying off the hackers include consulting a specialist in the Ransomware field to help you; purchasing a special program to do that or simply saying bye to your files and reinstalling your OS. We can also offer you a possible solution, which will help remove the virus, but we cannot promise that your files will be restored. Nevertheless, it is definitely worth a try. Scroll down and check the Removal Guide below. Hopefully, it will eliminate the infection and help you encrypt your files.
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