Java ransomware is a file encryptor (another variation of CrySiS ransomware), which may cause many troubles for your data files on PC. The malware program, also called encryptor codes different files on your machine and adds to filenames a .java suffix. All files with next extensions: JPG, MP4, DOC, DOCX, PDF, ZIP, MSI, MP3, TAR.GZ, TXT are usually targeted by a virus and after encryption opened in coded unreadable form. Besides that, the virus creates and opens the PowerShell and in that window shows operations to decode user’s files, by the bitcoin payloads. The attackers also issue a threat decoded files will be deleted permanently. Theу determined, that user has the only one way to get files if he will pay before the time runs out. The message contains id for decryption. Cybercriminals very rarely send decrypted data back, so we advice you not to pay them. Unfortunately, antiviruses often miss the moments of infiltration, and there are no universal tools capable of restoring all files, encrypted by a Java ransomware. Our advice is creating back up of all important files to prevent any loss by the virus. Java is very similar to Scarab, EncrypTile, GlobeImposter, TheDarkEncryptor, but unlike other, it has an own executable file and a timer. In our guide, we will subscribe how to remove Java ransomware and decrypt .java files.