MCrypt2019 Ransomware

Posted: July 29, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The MCrypt2019 Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan from the Xorist Ransomware family. Along with locking digital media like documents, the MCrypt2019 Ransomware can change your wallpaper, display ransom notes, and add unwanted extensions onto your files. Users can back their data up as a preferential substitute for paying the ransom for recovery and use anti-malware programs for deleting the MCrypt2019 Ransomware safely. While the Xorist Ransomware is one of the quieter Ransomware-as-a-Service families, PC users believing that it's in hibernation are due for an unhappy wakeup call: the...

Wulfric Ransomware

Posted: July 29, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Wulfric Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that can keep your digital media, such as documents, from opening. The Wulfric Ransomware also removes any original filenames and replaces them with custom strings and extensions. Victims of its attacks should recover from a backup, if possible, and use anti-malware solutions for guaranteeing that they uninstall the Wulfric Ransomware completely. Even though the Ransomware-as-a-Service sector's major families seem to have their Black Hat industry on lockdown, there's room for smaller Trojans, pet projects, and entrepreneurs to slip through...

Novasof Ransomware

Posted: July 25, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Novasof Ransomware is a file-locker Trojan that can encrypt media for stopping it from opening. Its payload includes supporting features, such as removing backups, and an attempt at extortion through a ransom note. Users should avoid the ransom payments and, if possible, use other means of recovery, and delete the Novasof Ransomware through a trusted anti-malware service. After the 1.25 build of the Dodoc Ransomware , the 1.17 of the Berosuce Ransomware , and older variants like the Nusar Ransomware or the Mogera Ransomware , it could be surprising to some to see the STOP...

DecryptIomega Ransomware

Posted: July 25, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The DecryptIomega Ransomware is a Trojan that targets network-attached storage devices and removes their files but leaves behind a ransom note. Paying may or may not provide any data-recovering services from the threat actor. Users should take precautions suitable for preventing any exploitation of Linux software vulnerabilities and use anti-malware products for identifying or deleting the DecryptIomega Ransomware when it shows up. Software vulnerabilities are coming into play as the lynchpin that's helping a new type of file-ransoming Trojan find its way onto backup storage hardware....

Dodoc Ransomware

Posted: July 24, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Dodoc Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan from the STOP Ransomware's family. The Dodoc Ransomware can block media with encryption, create ransom messages, alter the names of your files, and may assist with the collection of your confidential information. Appropriate backup storage will counter most of the possible damage from the Dodoc Ransomware infections, and anti-malware tools should delete the Dodoc Ransomware appropriately. There's increased competition in the same regions (see: the Com2 Ransomware campaign). Despite that, the deployment of the STOP Ransomware 's...

Com2 Ransomware

Posted: July 24, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Com2 Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan from the Crysis Ransomware Ransomware-as-a-Service. Infections will prevent your files from opening by encrypting them and attempt the ransoming of a decryption service for data recovery. Alternate backup solutions are a strong recommendation against this threat, although most anti-malware programs should remove the Com2 Ransomware securely. The file-locker Trojan family of the Crysis Ransomware is experiencing another campaign which might be competing against STOP Ransomware 's relatives in Asian island nations. Besides a free e-mail...

eCh0raix Ransomware

Posted: July 23, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The eCh0raix Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that blocks media on network-attached storage devices. Since there isn't a decryptor that can counteract its attacks freely, users should depend on preventative security, such as maintaining robust login credentials and software updates, for protecting their files. Anti-malware services compatible with Linux systems, also, should remove the eCh0raix Ransomware appropriately. With the introduction of the eCh0raix Ransomware into the wild, file-locker Trojans for network-attached storage products may become less of a rarity and more of a...

Todar Ransomware

Posted: July 23, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Todar Ransomware is a file-locker Trojan from the family of the Djvu Ransomware or the STOP Ransomware. The Todar Ransomware can stop media content from opening by encrypting it, delete some backups, create ransom warnings, and launch other attacks against your PC. Users can keep anti-malware programs available for removing the Todar Ransomware upon detection and avoid unsafe download sources as a precaution. Victims of more versions of the STOP Ransomware are finding themselves blockaded from their digital media in late July. Although this Trojan family's attacks are ongoing,...

Hades666 Ransomware

Posted: July 23, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Maoloa Ransomware family emerged in 2019, and its code has already been used to create over a dozen of file-locker variants that will encrypt the files of non-suspecting victims. One of the recent Maoloa variants to be identified by malware researchers is the Hades666 Ransomware, a file-encryption Trojan that may be spread via fake downloads, bogus email attachments, or pirated software and games. If the users end up with the Hades666 Ransomware on their computers, they may lose access to the majority of their documents, archives, databases, images, videos, music and other files....

Darus Ransomware

Posted: July 22, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Darus Ransomware is a file-locker Trojan from the STOP Ransomware family. Its attacks can block files on your computer by encrypting them, change their extensions, deliver ransom messages, and wipe your backups. Have anti-malware products remove the Darus Ransomware on sight and save secure backups for recovering anything that it attacks. Southeast Asia remains a consistent target for the STOP Ransomware family, whose version iteration could be providing helpful features for the criminals who rent it but make little difference in how it's extorting money. This...

RT4BLOCK Ransomware

Posted: July 22, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The RT4BLOCK Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan from the RotorCrypt Ransomware's family. Threats of this group can block digital media with encryption and extort money from their victims, afterward, and often target vulnerable Web servers. Users can maintain standardized security practices for keeping their data safe and use anti-malware products for any last-resort removal of the RT4BLOCK Ransomware from an infected computer. The RotorCrypt Ransomware is less often seen in 2019 than more-prolific, competing families of file-locker Trojans, such as the partially-Russian Scarab...

Haka Ransomware

Posted: July 22, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Haka Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that takes your media hostage by encrypting it. Symptoms of infections also include the Haka Ransomware's changing the extensions of these files and delivering text messages asking for ransoms for its unlocking help. Users should make every effort to ignore the extortion and roll back to their latest backup after deleting the Haka Ransomware with a trusted anti-malware product. While South American nations are, often, beset by campaigns from banking Trojans taking advantage of their unique financial services, those aren't the only threats that...

Lilocked Ransomware

Posted: July 22, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Lilocked Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan of an unknown family. The Lilocked Ransomware can, like most threats of its class, stop media content from opening by encrypting it, and uses the circumstance for justifying its ransom demands. Criminals don't always honor these bargains, however, and users should store backups safely for their data's protection while keeping anti-malware products available for removing the Lilocked Ransomware on sight. Although it's been almost a year since Hidden Tear's PooleZoor Ransomware variant targeted Iran, server admins and other Windows users...

Megac0rtx Ransomware

Posted: July 19, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The Megac0rtx Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that holds your documents and other media hostage through encryption. The Megac0rtx Ransomware campaigns are targeting high-value entities in the business sector, with ransom demands at tens of thousands of dollars. Backing up your server's contents to secure locations will protect it from the consequences of infections, and updated anti-malware products should safely eliminate the Megac0rtx Ransomware as a threat. The file-locking Trojan industry is getting a newcomer with particularly shocking expectations for how much profit it should...

YOUR_LAST_CHANCE Ransomware

Posted: July 18, 2019 | Category: Ransomware
The YOUR_LAST_CHANCE Ransomware is a file-locking Trojan that can block your documents, pictures, spreadsheets and other media by encrypting it. The YOUR_LAST_CHANCE Ransomware payload includes creating Notepad ransoming messages that ask for negotiations through Jabber or free e-mail accounts. All users should prepare backups that are safe from localized encryption attacks and resolve infections by having a dedicated anti-malware program to remove the YOUR_LAST_CHANCE Ransomware. One of the quieter families of file-locking Trojans is waking up with a new campaign and, presumably,...