Muhstik Ransomware

Posted: October 9, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Muhstik Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that targets and blocks the contents of QNAP-brand, network-attached storage. Users can protect these devices with appropriate password-maintenance practices, but also may restore their files with a free decryptor. Before retrieving your data by any convenient method, always check associated devices and PCs with anti-malware solutions for removing the Muhstik Ransomware, if necessary. The story of a victim using an inferior password and getting a Trojan that locks all of his media is too commonplace, but, sometimes, the ending goes a little...

Kuub Ransomware

Posted: October 8, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Kuub Ransomware is a file-locker Trojan from a Ransomware-as-a-Service known as the STOP Ransomware or Djvu Ransomware. It can block files by using an encryption technique that, in most cases, is secure from cracking by a third party. Users should, if possible, avoid the ransom instead of restoring from a backup, and use anti-malware solutions for preventing and removing the Kuub Ransomware infections. The ever-growing proof of Ransomware-as-a-Service's profitability, the STOP Ransomware , is retaining its breakneck expansion. As evidence of the illicit business's viable nature, new...

Seto Ransomware

Posted: October 4, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Seto Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that comes from the STOP Ransomware, a Ransomware-as-a-Service business. The family includes consistent traits across most members, such as creating ransom messages, blocking files with (usually) secure encryption, and removing backups. Users can protect their systems by letting anti-malware software remove the Seto Ransomware on sight and preserve backups for recovery without a ransom. Ransomware-as-a-Service will continue growing until no more money is coming from its business model, regardless of the legality or morality of the industry. As...

Galacti-Crypter Ransomware

Posted: October 4, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Galacti-Crypter Ransomware or RANWare is a file-locker Trojan that blocks your media and holds it for ransom. The Galacti-Crypter Ransomware generates pop-ups with ransoming demands, similarly to some Ransomware-as-a-Service families and independent Trojans, and sells the decryptor for Bitcoins. Users should keep their money and recover with backups, if they can do so, after quarantining or removing the Galacti-Crypter Ransomware with a competent anti-malware service. A supposedly galactic Trojan is in the first stages of its development, judging by the various error messages its...

Noos Ransomware

Posted: October 3, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Noos Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that uses encryption as a means of locking your computer's files. The family of the STOP Ransomware uses secure encryption, in most cases, and includes local backup-deleting functionality. Users can back up their work on other devices for its safety and depend on anti-malware tools for removing the Noos Ransomware. Another version of the STOP Ransomware is as expected as daily sun or rain, but most variants that malware researchers track find their way to various regions of Southeast Asia. Although this pattern is a well-maintained one...

'X280@protonmail.com' Ransomware

Posted: October 3, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The 'X280@protonmail.com' Ransomware is a new version of the Estemani Ransomware, a file-locking Trojan. Like its predecessor, it encrypts files for ransoming them via selling the decryptor, although it has an even higher price. Users are prompted to have backups of their work as a precaution, and Windows anti-malware programs should delete the 'X280@protonmail.com' Ransomware preemptively. Previous examinations of the Estemani Ransomware lead to the conclusion that the file-locker Trojan of Turkey is getting updates for circulating in other nations. Now, it has a new version,...

Badday Ransomware

Posted: October 2, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Badday Ransomware is a file-locker Trojan that's capable of preventing your files from opening due to encrypting them. Its family of the Globe Imposter Ransomware, also, imitates some symptoms of the Globe Ransomware and will leave ransom notes and change your files' names. Proper use of dedicated anti-malware products can remove the Badday Ransomware or prevent these attacks. The Globe Imposter Ransomware 's 2.0 iteration is seeing the bulk of this family's growth in 2019. Members like the Erenahen Ransomware , the DDT Ransomware , the .DOCM Ransomware and the ANAMI...

Angus Ransomware

Posted: October 2, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Angus Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that keeps documents and other media from opening with encryption. The Angus Ransomware belongs to the Zeropadypt Ransomware family and includes the expected symptoms, such as a text ransom note and extensions that include victim IDs. Users always should prep backups for protecting any digital media, and have at least one anti-malware product capable of deleting the Angus Ransomware and other, file-locking threats. Appropriately enough, the reign of the Kronos Ransomware as an exemplary showcase of the Zeropadypt Ransomware's familial...

FTCODE Ransomware

Posted: October 1, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The FTCODE Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that can encrypt your digital media securely so that it will not open. It also includes a Web page file that links to a TOR-based payment site for the decryptor. Victims should avoid paying the ransom, have their anti-malware solution remove the FTCODE Ransomware, and recover from any available backup. Most file-locking Trojans use well-known techniques and have thoroughly-analyzed characteristics, making them simple to ID as threats. Despite that long-proven history, a newcomer to the field against massive Ransomware-as-a-Service families...

'Patern32@protonmail.com' Ransomware

Posted: September 30, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The 'Patern32@protonmail.com' Ransomware is a file-encryption Trojan whose encryption routine only can be countered by using preventive security measures that can stop the threat's activity before it causes real damage. Failing to prevent the 'Patern32@protonmail.com' Ransomware's attack may result in significant loss of data that can only be reversed by restoring the damaged files from an up-to-date backup, The single alternative solution is offered by the 'Patern32@protonmail.com' Ransomware's authors who want to be paid a hefty amount of Bitcoin in exchange for their decryption services...

Boot Ransomware

Posted: September 30, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
File-encryption Trojans continue to be the number one cyber-threat among criminals – they are easy to produce in mass numbers due to the availability of several free-to-use ransomware builders. One of the most active ransomware families is the STOP Ransomware – it consists of over 150 variants, the latest of which is the Boot Ransomware. Having the Boot Ransomware on your computer is guaranteed to be a major problem since this threat will cause potentially irreversible damage to your files by encrypting their contents. The only way to reverse the encryption is to use a private decryption...

LOCKED_PAY Ransomware

Posted: September 27, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The LOCKED_PAY Ransomware is a variant of the Jigsaw Ransomware, a file-locking Trojan. It can block your PC's digital media by converting files into encrypted versions and may delete them after a reboot or on a timer. Users can identify this threat through its accompanying pop-ups and use anti-malware products for quarantining or removing the LOCKED_PAY Ransomware appropriately. A threat actor under the name of MAYA is using the Jigsaw Ransomware 's source code for developing a 'new' Trojan with file-locking attacks. This variant, the LOCKED_PAY Ransomware, is in an in-development...

Axzyte Ransomware

Posted: September 27, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Axzyte Ransomware is a fake file-locking Trojan that generates threatening pop-ups. Instead of asking for a monetary ransom, the Axzyte Ransomware demands interactions with YouTube channels for keeping your media from being permanently locked. Regardless of its lack of other attacks, users should treat this Trojan as a probable threat and have anti-malware products remove the Axzyte Ransomware in all cases. Streaming media is getting unexpected 'help' from a Windows program that's pretending that it's one of the ubiquitous file-locker Trojans. Although malware experts see a limited...

Kronos Ransomware

Posted: September 27, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Kronos Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that's part of the Zeropadypt Ransomware. These threats often acquire victims by taking advantage of vulnerable logins and network settings and block content for extorting money. Users can save their files with secure backups and use anti-malware programs as the preferred means of uninstalling the Kronos Ransomware or preventing an install exploit. A minor but highly-active family of file-locker Trojans, the Zeropadypt Ransomware , is responsible for another campaign that's trying to block media in exchange for getting paid in...

Li Ransomware

Posted: September 27, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Li Ransomware is a new version of the Scarab Ransomware family, a group of file-locking Trojans. The Li Ransomware can block your PC's media, change their names, erase the local backups, and deliver ransoming messages. Users can save their files by keeping backups in less-vulnerable locations, by adhering to best practices concerning network security, and having anti-malware programs for spotting and removing the Li Ransomware. The Ransomware-as-a-Service family of Trojans known as the Scarab Ransomware is one of the most highly-active for this year. Its attacks include both...
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