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Karlosdecrypt@outlook.com Ransomware

Karlosdecrypt@outlook.com Ransomware

Karlosdecrypt@outlook.com Ransomware might be a unique infection, but it is not original. It comes from the Crysis/Dharma family of malware that encrypts files and demands money in turn for allegedly real decryption tools. A few other threats from this family are Backdata@qq.com Ransomware, Bestdecoding@cock.li Ransomware, and Helpfilerestore@india.com Ransomware. As you can see, unique email addresses are included in the names, and that is because these email addresses are the only thing that changes from one Crysis ransomware to the next. They are represented via the identical ransom notes that all of these threats display after they are executed and after they successfully encrypt files. Unfortunately, this malware can actually encrypt files, and once that is done, recovery is impossible. Without a doubt, this is the malware you want to avoid at all cost, and, if you still can, we suggest taking ALL security measures to keep it away. If the infection got in, and you need to delete it already, act quickly. You can learn how to remove Karlosdecrypt@outlook.com Ransomware by reading this report. Read more »

Jupstb Ransomware

Jupstb Ransomware

Jupstb Ransomware is quite a threat. It enters the operating system silently, and then it demands the victim to contact them via provided email addresses. The goal here is to make you communicate with the attacker so that they could push you to pay money to get your files decrypted. This, most likely, is exactly what you want, but you need to think carefully if that is a good idea. If you want our opinion, Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers strongly recommend NOT paying the ransom. In fact, it is best if you do NOT interact with the attackers in the first place. Unfortunately, this malware can hit the most personal and valuable files, and you might be willing to do whatever it takes to recover them. If these files matter that much, it is possible that you have them backed up outside the infected machine. In that case, quickly remove Jupstb Ransomware from your operating system and secure it to ensure that you do not need to face and delete other threats in the future. If you do not have backups, your files are likely lost already. Read more »

Idiot Ransomware

Idiot Ransomware

Idiot Ransomware is a threat that can ruin various personal files located on the infected device. It is somewhat unusual since the note it shows does not ask to pay a ransom in exchange for decryption tools. Instead, the message is full of insults towards the victim, and it is signed by a hacker who calls himself tostring and a Minecraft master. Therefore, it looks like the reason for creating the malicious application could be discord between some gamers. It is difficult to say how many users could be infected, but if you are one of them, we advise you to read the rest of our text. In it, we will talk not only about how Idiot Ransomware can be deleted or how it works but also about how to stay away from such malware in the future. Additionally, we are placing removal instructions that show how to get rid of the malicious application manually just a bit below the article. Read more »

helpfilerestore@india.com Ransomware

helpfilerestore@india.com Ransomware

helpfilerestore@india.com Ransomware is another version of Crysis/Dharma Ransomware. Meaning, it works more or less the same as the other malicious applications from this specific ransomware family. Of course, we will explain all there is to know about this new version further in the article, so if you came here for more information, we encourage you to read our full text. Another thing we will discuss is the malware’s removal, as our researchers believe removing helpfilerestore@india.com Ransomware is safer than following the hackers’ instructions. Nevertheless, it is only for you to decide whether you should follow our provided deletion steps available at the end of the article or not. Also, should you choose to eliminate the threat, keep in mind a legitimate antimalware tool could get rid of it for you too. Read more »

Spiteful Doubletake Ransomware

Spiteful Doubletake Ransomware may not be a very wide-spread infection, but it can still do its job. Just seeing the word “ransomware” should be enough for you to understand that this program is out there to collect your money for a ransom. These programs usually hold personal files “hostage” and expect users to pay the release fee as soon as possible. Needless to say, paying the fee is never an option, and this program, in particular, does not even offer that. In this case, you need to remove Spiteful Doubletake Ransomware from your system without taking a single look back. Read more »

Eq Ransomware

Eq Ransomware

Eq Ransomware is a dangerous infection that might invade your Windows operating system if you do not secure it appropriately. It is crucial that you install legitimate security/anti-malware software to keep the operating system guarded, and it is also important that you act cautiously. Most file-encrypting infections invade operating systems using the help of victims themselves, who, of course, have no idea what is going on. In a popular scenario, the launcher of the threat is camouflaged as a harmless file that is sent via email. If the victim clicks the file to open or download it, the malicious ransomware is executed immediately, without any notice. The threat needs to stay silent so that it could encrypt files and perform other malicious actions. Without a doubt, if you spot the infection right away, you must delete it; otherwise, your files will be destroyed. Continue reading if you want to understand what happens with your files, how to protect yourself in the future, and, of course, how to remove Eq Ransomware. Read more »

EnyBeny Ransomware

EnyBeny Ransomware

EnyBeny Ransomware is a version of EnybenyCrypt Ransomware. Its older versions could encrypt data or even delete files later on, but it looks like this version is not yet fully developed. According to our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com, it only changes user’s Desktop image and drops numerous copies of its ransom note all over the computer. Given it does not encrypt data yet, and users would have no reason to agree with any of the hackers’ demands, we doubt the malicious program could be distributed widely. Still, we do not say it is entirely impossible. In case you do encounter this version of EnyBeny Ransomware, we advise removing it with no hesitation. The instructions available below should help you get rid of it manually, and if you wish to know more details about the threat, we invite you to keep reading our article. Read more »

raphaeldupon@aol.com Ransomware

raphaeldupon@aol.com Ransomware

raphaeldupon@aol.com Ransomware displays a message claiming the files on the computer were encrypted due to some security problem with the computer. It is not far from the truth since this application is malicious and it encrypts data if it manages to enter the user’s system. If the computer has vulnerabilities or the user is not careful enough it might not be a difficult task. Naturally, finding such a threat on the system might be frustrating, especially if you do not have a backup to restore your files from and do not understand how the malicious application sneaked in. Further in the text, we will explain how such malware can be distributed and what you should do to avoid it in the future. Our advice is to remove raphaeldupon@aol.com Ransomware from the computer if you do not want to put up with the hackers’ demands. The instructions at the end of the article will explain how to get rid of it manually, but if the task appears to be too complicated, we would advise using a legitimate antimalware tool instead. Read more »

Teeny Ransomware

Teeny Ransomware

Teeny Ransomware is not so tiny when you realize how much damage it can make. Once this threat slithers in, it can rewrite the MBR, which is the master boot record, and once that is done, you need to reinstall Windows. Although highly experienced users might be able to employ some tools to remedy the situation, most users will need to start fresh, and that means that your files might be lost. Unfortunately, we cannot help you much when it comes to this particular threat, but we can help you understand it better. We discuss distribution techniques, removal, and, of course, protection measures that can help you keep malware away. If you are interested in learning more, continue reading. If you still do not understand how to delete Teeny Ransomware or secure your Windows operating system after you are done reading, post a comment below with all of your questions, and our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team will get back to you as soon as possible. Read more »

Severe Weather Check

Severe Weather Check

Severe Weather Check seems to be a potentially unwanted program. For now, it works on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. To those who install it, the application promises to provide them with local and reliable weather information. However, it was noticed the extension might also change user’s browser preferences, such as the new tab page or homepage. Such behavior could not only appear to be annoying but also cause trouble. As you continue reading our article, we will tell you more about this potentially unwanted program. What’s more, users who decide to erase Severe Weather Check can find manual deletion instructions just a bit below the article. Of course, if they seem to be too tricky, you can always employ a legitimate antimalware tool of your choice. Read more »