Cerber Ransomware

Cerber Ransomware

Cerber Ransomware is a devious Windows infection that enters your operating system using clandestine methods. Whether this program slithers in via a corrupted spam email attachment or gets downloaded by a malicious installer, it will hide itself until all of your personal files are encrypted. If this malicious infection successfully encrypts your personal files, it can proceed to demand a ransom from you. According to our research, at the moment, this ransom is 1.24 BTC, which is around 507 USD or 463 EUR. Every user is given 7 days to make the payment, and, if the payment is not made, the ransom supposedly rises to 2.48 BTC (~1014 USD/925 EUR). Note that the Bitcoin currency is quite unstable and the currency ratios fluctuate frequently. All in all, the sums are high, and it is unlikely that many victims have this kind of money lying around. Unfortunately, at the moment, it is impossible to decrypt personal files in other ways, which means that paying the ransom might be the only way to regain control over your files. Of course, this does not change the fact that you must remove Cerber Ransomware. Read more »

Jack Ransomware

Jack Ransomware

Jack Ransomware is a dangerous program that will enter your system unexpectedly. One moment your computer will work like always, and then the next one you will face the ransom note popping on your screen, telling you to contact the criminals behind this infection if you want to get your files back. Needless to say, you should never pay a single cent to these criminals. Remove Jack Ransomware from your system right now, and then look for ways to restore your files. If you feel stuck, do not hesitate to address a professional technician who would let you know about other file recovery options. Read more »

MGS Ransomware

MGS Ransomware

MGS Ransomware is a dangerous computer infection that will try to swindle you out of your money. It might not be the highest profile ransomware infection out there, but it can still successfully encrypt your files, so you should not take this program lightly.

At the bottom of this description, you will find the manual MGS Ransomware removal guidelines, but manual removal might be a bit too bothersome for you. If you feel that you need a helping hand, you can always acquire a licensed antispyware tool that will help you remove this infection from your system for good. Read more »

Saefko

Saefko can put your privacy at risk, infect your system with other malicious applications, and even infect removable media devices attached to your computer. To put it simply, it could do a lot of damage if it manages to get into your system. Therefore, we highly recommend reading our full article to learn how the malware might be spread and what you should do to guard your computer against it. Also, in the article, we discuss the malicious application’s working manner as well as the troubles it could cause to its victims. Of course, the malware’s removal is one of the topics we discuss in this report too. Thus, if you came here to learn how to eliminate Saefko, you should check the last paragraph as well as the manual deletion instructions placed at the end of the text. Read more »

Varenyky

Varenyky is a dangerous Trojan as it can not only use your computer to send malicious Spam emails to others, but also gather your sensitive information or even record videos of you browsing the Internet. It is essential to explain that the threat does not record all your browsing activities. It would seem the hacker are interested only in videos in which a victim views pornographic material, which is without a doubt meant to be used for sextortion in the future. Further, in this article, we explain how the malicious application might be able to infect a system and what you should do to make sure it does not. Naturally, for those who already had the misfortune to receive such a threat, we explain what the best way to eliminate Varenyky is. Provided, you wish to ask something about the malicious application that we have not mentioned in the text or you need more help with its deletion, we encourage you to leave us a comment at the end of this page. Read more »

Facebook Ransomware

Facebook Ransomware

Facebook Ransomware is a rather old ransomware infection that can still make waves if you manage to stumble upon its installer. There is nothing terribly specific about this infection, but seeing that it has been released quite a while ago, there is a good chance that a public decryption tool available right now. If not, you can always address a professional who would help you terminate Facebook Ransomware for good. The most important thing is not to panic because ransomware infections rely on your unstable emotions to swindle you out of your money. Read more »

Marcher Banking Trojan Uses Overlays to Gather Login Credentials

The Marcher banking Trojan is not a new threat. In fact, you might have heard of this infection in one way or another throughout the years because it has been around since at least 2013. Obviously, it has not stayed the same. In fact, it has changed quite a bit, and there are now numerous different versions of this threat that we could talk about. In this report, however, we take a look at the whole picture. Obviously, if you suspect that this malware might have invaded your Android device, it is crucial that you delete it immediately. However, we hope that you read this before the invasion, so that you could take appropriate security measures first. If you are interested, please continue reading. Read more »

Hermes666 Ransomware

Hermes666 Ransomware

Your files do not stand a chance if Hermes666 Ransomware slithers into your operating system. This malicious threat is a file-encryptor, and as soon as it invades your system, it starts corrupting your personal files, including documents, videos, photos, and music files. If you have these files backed up, you do not need to worry about losing anything, but if backups do not exist, you might end up losing everything. That is because it is not possible to decrypt files manually. Even if you delete Hermes666 Ransomware successfully, the files will not get restored magically. That is because you need to change the data of the files back to normal to make them readable again, and that is impossible to do without the decryptor. At the time of research, a third-party decryptor that could restore the files did not exist, and so you need to be extremely careful about installing such software. If you have done it already, and the files remain encrypted, remove the suspicious software immediately. Read more »

Wal Ransomware

Wal Ransomware

Your operating system needs to be protected at ALL time because a single crack in your virtual security can help Wal Ransomware attack. The cybercriminals behind this dangerous infection know exactly how to find these cracks, and they are likely to use RDP vulnerabilities specifically to drop the infection without your notice. They could also trick you into executing the infection yourself using misleading spam emails. It does not take much to create a convincing email message and attach a dangerous file attachment to it. If you are tricked into believing that the file is harmless, you might let in the infection yourself by accident. Unfortunately, once it is in, you are unlikely to be able to stop it. The encryption process is quick, and so you might not understand what is going on at all. Of course, once files are encrypted, they cannot be read, and a unique extension is added to their names, which are the best indicators that you need to remove ransomware from your system. So, do you need to delete Wal Ransomware? Read more »

Zatrov Ransomware

Zatrov Ransomware

We are sure that you care about your personal files, and if that is the case, Zatrov Ransomware is one threat that you do not want to encounter. It was designed to encrypt files, after which, they cannot be read without a decryptor. Supposedly, this decryptor exists, but it is in the hands of the cybercriminals who created the infection, and so you should not expect to receive it. The criminals suggest that they would be willing to release the decryptor to the victims who pay money for it, which is why the threat is classified as ransomware. Unfortunately, we cannot know whether or not the attackers would release the decryptor because they are unpredictable and untrustworthy. Hopefully, you cared enough about your files to have created backups, and so decryption is not something you need to worry about at all. In any case, you must remove Zatrov Ransomware from your operating system, and that might not be the easiest of tasks. Read more »

VIAGRA Ransomware

VIAGRA Ransomware

VIAGRA Ransomware is one of those ransomware infections that may look extremely dangerous, but whatever they perform on your computer can eventually be countered. What we mean is that it is possible to decrypt the files affected by this infection, but you might need professional help with that.

Since there is no need to panic when you get infected with this program, you can proceed to VIAGRA Ransomware removal. Please find the manual removal guidelines at the bottom of this description. For more efficient malware removal, do not hesitate to invest in a powerful antispyware tool. Read more »