How to remove Vari Ransomware

Files encrypted by Vari Ransomware (DJVU Ransomware’s variants): Is there any solution? Vari Ransomware is another crypto-malware belongs to DJVU Ransomware family. Like other DJVU Ransomware’s variant, this harmful malware is capable of locking/encrypting all types of files stored in your computer. During the encryption process, it renames all files with .vari File Extension. For example, a file named something like “1.png” would appear as “1.png.vari” after encryption. In other word, we can say that you can’t open or use your personal files anymore due to its dubious behaviors. If your System has detected this malware, then you should try to remove Vari Ransomware from machine immediately. After encryption process is complete, ransom note as “_readme.txt” are dropped in affected folders that claims the only way to decrypt or recover your encrypted files is to purchase & use its decryption tools/keys. It also claims that in order to rename locked Read more

How to remove Fonix ransomware and recover encrypted files

What is Fonix ransomware? Fonix ransomware or otherwise called FonixCrypter virus is a newly detected virus. The credit for this discovery goes to Michael Gillespie. This deadly infection is quarantined by 54 out of 74 AV engines. However, having AV tools inside the device does not mean that the ransomware payload will be blocked on your computer as its initial expression does not show it as malicious. Unfortunately, the payload can spread in camouflage with fake emails or brute-forced into targeted device via unprotected RDPs. Once the payload is launched, the ransomware installs in and performs all its functions.  As per researchers, the pattern used by this virus for encryption is reminiscent of that used by ouroboros ransomware. The Fonix ransomware encodes files using SAlSa20 and RSA 2048 ciphers and appends the files with .FONIX extension. After the files encoded, they become inaccessible on the compromised device. The users are Read more

How to remove MOBA ransomware and recover encrypted files

What is MOBA ransomware? MOBA ransomware is a cryptovirus that intrudes in via pirated software installers and affects the non-system files like documents, pictures, audio files, archives, and appends them with .moba extension. The encryption allows the crooks behind it to demand ransom from the victims by claiming that nobody except them can help them in recover the files. Soon after the encryption, a ransom note in a file named _readme.txt is shown that contain the information provided by the crooks behind it. The message within it pretty much the same like the note displayed by other DJVU variants – the hackers demand $490/$980 for the decryption tool that they have. The contact detail is different in this case- the users are asked to establish connection to the crooks via [email protected] email address. MOBA ransomware is the threat that manages to affect the system in various ways. Besides encryption, it Read more

How to remove Maas Ransomware and recover encrypted files

What is Maas Ransomware? Maas Ransomware is a huge risk cyber-infection, categorized as ransomware. It locks personal files on the victims’ PC, making them inaccessible. Unfortunately, the encrypted data cannot be recovered that easily. The virus belongs to infamous DJVU/STOP ransomware family. All previously decryptable versions of this family are no longer active. This malware belongs to the new versions of this family that encode files using online keys that cannot be deciphered at the moment. If all the files inside your device are marked with .maas extension, your files are already affected and you need to take serious action. The crooks want you to pay for the decryption tool that they have. For this, they display ransom demanding message that clearly states that no tools except that they have can decrypt the files. They demand $980/$490 in bitcoin for exchange of the decryptor. However, the main task of them Read more

How to remove PGP Ransomware and rescue locked files

Proper guide to delete PGP Ransomware from system PGP Ransomware is also known as PGP virus that belongs to Dharma ransomware family and is just designed to prevent targeted users to access their own files using strong encryption algorithm. Through these ciphers, the files available on desktop are locked and users are enforced to buy a decryption tool or key from attackers. In the case of ransomware infection, this Cryptovirus use .pgp extension following encryption to mark files and drops a ransom note named FILES ENCRYPTED.txt which describe user with instruction regarding how to contact hackers and restore encrypted files. However, the experts never recommend people to contact hackers so it’s better to seek some effective methods or guidelines which can help users to sort out this critical issue. Detailed information about PGP Ransomware Speaking more about the ransom note, it basically appears on the screen whenever the victims try Read more

How to remove Professeur Ransomware & restore files

Proper guide to delete Professeur Ransomware immediately Professeur Ransomware is new deadly file encoding malware which tends to silently infiltrate the Windows PC without being noticed by the users and locks their crucial files and data stored inside the machine. This piece of malicious software belongs to Jigsaw ransomware family. This dubious malware is specifically designed to encrypt file, add their own extension and display a ransom note in pop-up window. Following successful encryption, it demands the users to pay hackers with a specified ransom fee in order to seek file decryption key or tool. After that, it retiled those data by appending the “.Professeur” extensions to the end of their filenames and makes it completely useless. Threat summary Name: Professeur Ransomware Type: Ransomware, Crypto Virus, Files locker Files extension: .Professeur Ransom demanding message: Text presented in the pop-up Description: all files are encrypted and become inaccessible. A ransom note Read more

How to remove SIGARETA Ransomware (Restore Infected Data)

Delete SIGARETA Ransomware from infected PC SIGARETA Ransomware is dangerous computer infection that belongs to NEFILIM ransomware family. This ransomware type infection discovery was credited to GrujaRS. The main intention behind the creation of this malware is to encrypt all your personal data and demand a ransom for its decryption. Upon files being encrypted, it renames all files by appending “.SIGARETA” extensions to the end of their filenames and makes them totally unusable. After that, instructions on how to contact cyber criminals can be found in “SIGARETA-RESTORE.txt” text file or ransom note. Due to this, users are unable to access even single files to their previous states. What is SIGARETA Ransomware? As usual, the ransom note contain brief message which states users that victims files are encrypted with military grade algorithms and can only be unlocked with private key that can only be purchased from ransomware developers. In order to Read more

How to remove Bomba Ransomware and rescue locked files

Know how to delete Bomba Ransomware Bomba Ransomware is a new computer infection which is meant to encrypt all stored files on computer and intrudes mostly without requiring any permission. Once it manage to intrude, it hijacks all files using strong and powerful encryption ciphers and demand the victims to pay off ransom fee to seek their files recovered. This virus is able to infect all types of system as well as personal files like images, audios, videos, databases, documents and other files found on your computer screen. After intrusion, it will add “.bomba” extension to the end of filenames and makes it totally unusable and inaccessible. Details about Bomba Ransomware After successful encrypting all your files, a ransom note “HOW TO RECOVER ENCRYPTED FILES.TXT” is dropped into every compromised folders. Furthermore, it will also disable your Windows Task Manager. The created ransom note provides a message that the only Read more

Remove VIVELAG Ransomware (+ Decrypt files)

Simple methods to delete VIVELAG Ransomware from computer VIVELAG Ransomware was first discovered by dnwls0719 and it is a new variant of ransomware type viruses called Sapphire. This perilous threat is created and distributed by group of cyber criminals with an aim to extort huge ransom money by manipulating innocent users. After infiltration, this dubious ransomware encrypts stored data and appends with the “.VIVELAG” extensions to the end of filenames and makes it totally useless. Further, this malicious program is also known as VIVELAG virus. After finishing encryption process, it changes the desktop wallpaper and a pop-up window is displayed in ransom note in French language. Thus, this ransomware is decryptable, the decryption key is “052250058205075025075207820” (without the quotation marks). More details about VIVELAG Ransomware According to rough translation, the created pop-up window states victims that all their files have been encrypted by using powerful encryption algorithm. In order to Read more

How to remove ElvisPresley Ransomware and Data Recovery

Simple steps to delete ElvisPresley Ransomware from PC ElvisPresley Ransomware is another latest version of ransomware family called Jigsaw. This malware discovery was credited to cyber security researcher named Jack. However, this new ransomware is even more risky and hazardous for the infected computer. Threats like these are mostly designed to simply cease the access of all the files and force the victims to pay ransom money. This nasty malware infection encrypts your files by using powerful encryption algorithm. After that it also adds “.ElvisPresley” extension to the end of file names and makes it totally useless. It will encrypt all kinds of data stored in your computer machine such as audios, videos, texts, documents and many more. Short description Name: ElvisPresley Ransomware Type: Ransomware, Cryptovirus Distribution Method: infected email attachments, spam emails, malicious file downloads, torrent websites and many more. Encrypted file extension: .ElvisPresley Ransom demanding message: Text presented Read more