Ttii Virus

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*Ttii is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it.


Ttii is a file-encrypting malware threat of the Ransomware category that will keep your data blocked until a ransom is paid. Even if Ttii is removed, the encryption it has placed on the victim’s files will continue to keep those files inaccessible.

The Ttii virus file ransom note

If you are faced with a Ransomware infection called Ttii, we advise you to stay on this page and read the information presented here in order to learn what your current options of action are and what you could do in order to deal with this issue in an optimal way. Sadly, we cannot promise that you will manage to recover all the files that Ttii has more than likely locked on your computer – this Ransomware infection is a new one and many of the things that may have worked against other similar threats may not be all that effective against this one. Still, if you complete the guide we will show you down below, you should be able to at least remove the nasty cryptovirus in order to make your machine safe again.

The Ttii virus

The Ttii virus is a sophisticated computer virus capable of silently blocking all access to your most valuable files. The purpose of the Ttii virus is to extort money from you by asking for a ransom payment in exchange for the files’ recovery.

 The main problem related to Ransomware cryptoviruses like Ttii, Jhgn, Jhbg and Jhdd is the file-encryption that is used by them – this is the thing that makes those infections so tricky to effectively overcome, and it is also the reason why they are so effective and, in turn, widespread. More and more hackers are starting to use Ransomware in order to make big amounts of money in short time periods. Of course, the effectiveness of the Ransomware depends on its targets – if the users that are getting attacked do not have valuable or important files on their computer or if they have full backup copies of their data, the hackers would have no leverage upon their victims and their blackmailing activities would be in vain since the users wouldn’t really need to pay money to the hackers in order to get their files back. However, in practice, it turns out that most users do indeed have valuable data in their machines, but they do not have proper backup storages of their most important files. This, of course, gives the Ransomware hackers the perfect opportunity to extort serious amounts of money from huge numbers of people. And of course, such online criminals do not case if their infections have locked up some super important work or college projects that you keep on your computer – they would still try to blackmail you and if you don’t have the money to pay, they would just leave your files locked for good. What’s even worse, however, is that, even if you pay them, this may not always result in the decryption of the files. Many users, victims of Ransomware, have learned this the hard way, after sending some sizable amount of money to the blackmailers and then not receiving anything in return. This is why most security experts agree that the payment option is risky and is therefore inadvisable.

The Ttii file decryption

The Ttii file decryption is a process that involves the use of a special key that can reverse the encryption and make the locked files accessible. There might be alternatives to the Ttii file decryption so its best to put off the ransom payment until you’ve tried them.

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The .ttii file virus

Well, first of all, if you want to try to restore your data through some alternative means, you should make sure that the virus is removed. Here, we have some instructions in our guide, as well as an automatic removal tool, that can help you eliminate Ttii. And, after you have removed the Ttii cryptovirus, you can go to our file-recovery section to try some of the suggestions there – hopefully, some of them would allow you to bring at least some of your files back.



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*Ttii is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it.

Remove Ttii Ransomware


How to reboot the infected computer in Safe Mode is the first thing that is explained in the first step of this Ttii removal guide. Please click on the Safe Mode link and follow the directions from the new page that opens to get started.

Before doing that, however, please bookmark this page in your browser so that you can quickly find the Ttii removal instructions the next time you restart your computer.



*Ttii is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it.

The Ttii ransomware variant is a covert one, making it difficult to detect by inexperienced users. Finding and shutting down the malware’s processes is a big problem in dealing with this virus. To have a better chance to succeed, please follow the next guidelines.

Press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC on the computer’s keypad at the same time. After that, look for any processes that appear to be connected to the hazard. The Processes tab in the Windows Task Manager provides access to a list of all currently active processes.

Untrustworthy processes may be easily investigated by right-clicking on them and selecting Open File Location from the shortcut menu that pops up.


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    If a dangerous file has been detected, you may first need to stop the running process by right-clicking on it and selecting End Process. After that, return to the original locations of the infected files and delete them.


    Open System Configuration (type msconfig in the Windows search field and press Enter). After that, check out the Startup tab and the list of startup items in it.


    Any startup items that seem to be connected to the infection should be disabled. Search for startup components that aren’t connected to the programs that regularly launch when the system powers up. Uncheck their checkboxes if you find adequate evidence for their deactivation. 


    *Ttii is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it.

    Next, you need to delete any dangerous registry entries identified in your registry editor in order to remove the ransomware and ensure that it does not reappear or leave behind any damaging components.

    The Registry Editor can be started when typing regedit into the Windows search bar and pressing Enter. Using the CTRL and F keys, open a Find box, type the ransomware’s name in it and then click Find Next to serach for ransomware-related files in the Registry Editor. By selecting Delete from the context menu of a right-clicked entry, a potentially harmful file can be deleted from your computer.

    Attention! Don’t try to make changes to the register in any other way. System or installed software may be damaged by any additional registry modifications or deletions that are not directly connected to the attack components and entries. If you find yourself in trouble, please note that Ttii and other viruses may be easily removed from your computer with the aid of the professional malware removal tool found on this page.

    There are a several other system locations listed below, that you should check for possibly hazardous files and subfolders. To open each of them, type it in the Windows search bar (including the percent symbol) and press Enter.

    1. %AppData%
    2. %LocalAppData%
    3. %ProgramData%
    4. %WinDir%
    5. %Temp%

    In each of the location, all files and sub-folders should be thoroughly checked to make sure they do not contain harmful entries. Everything in the Temp folder should be deleted to remove any potentially harmful temporary files from your computer.

    After that, search for any malicious modifications to the Hosts file on your system. The Hosts file may be opened by pasting the following command in a Run box (by pressing Windows and R at the same time) and clicking OK:

    notepad %windir%/system32/Drivers/etc/hosts

    Be sure to report any instances where the “Localhost” section of the host files includes questionable IP addresses (like those on the image below). We’d appreciate it if you could share with us in the comments if you found any further potentially harmful changes to your Hosts file.

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    How to Decrypt Ttii files

    When dealing with ransomware attacks, it is possible to use a variety of decryption methods. Based on the variant of ransomware that has attacked the system, some file-restoration options may not be as effective as others. Therefore, prior to trying any file recovery method, you need to identify the specific variant of Ransomware that has encrypted your data. This information may be found by searching the encrypted files for specified file extensions added at the end.

    New Djvu Ransomware

    Users all around the world are at danger from a new STOP Djvu Ransomware variant. You’ve most likely been infected with this particular variant if your encrypted files have the .Ttii suffix.

    Don’t get despaired because victims of this threat may be able to decrypt their files with the help of a file decryption tool designed exclusively for this ransomware variant. If you want to give it a try, please click on the following link.


    To run the decryption tool you got from the link, choose “Run as Administrator” and then “Yes”. Read the license agreement and the instructions on your screen before continuing. Once the Decrypt button has been clicked, the decryption process may begin. Please be aware that this tool may not be able to decode data that has been encrypted with unknown offline or online encryption. Still, giving it a try won’t hurt.

    Important! Check your system for any ransomware-related files or harmful registry entries before attempting to decode any encrypted data. Your computer may be protected from Ttii-related threats using the suggested anti-virus software on this page and the online virus scanner. If you run into any issues, please feel free to ask any questions or leave a note in the comments area below this guide.


    About the author


    Brandon Skies

    Brandon is a researcher and content creator in the fields of cyber-security and virtual privacy. Years of experience enable him to provide readers with important information and adequate solutions for the latest software and malware problems.

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