JesusCrypt Ransomware

JesusCrypt Ransomware

JesusCrypt Ransomware is a new ransomware infection that is still under development. It means that a new version of this application might be released soon enough. However, now we have to focus on this exact version. Luckily, it is not that complicated to remove JesusCrypt Ransomware from your system, but it might not be that easy to restore the encrypted files. It is possible that you will have to start assembling your data library anew, but that shouldn’t discourage. When you need to remove ransomware, you just remove it. Read more »

Nvram Ransomware

Nvram Ransomware

Nvram Ransomware is a malicious computer infection. Users download and install this ransomware themselves, but they are not aware of it at first. After all, who in their right mind would ever download a malicious infection willingly?

However, if you happen to have this program on your computer, it’s about time you remove Nvram Ransomware once and for all. You should also look for ways to restore your files, and then protect your system from other potential infections. Please note that investing in a licensed security tool is a must, but it is not enough to ensure that ransomware doesn’t enter your computer again. Read more »

Decrypme Ransomware

Decrypme Ransomware

Decrypme Ransomware goes after the most sensitive part of your operating system – your personal files. Whether it is a wedding video, a work document, or a childhood photo, this malicious infection can grab the file and change its data to render it unreadable. The ransomware does not encrypt files with .decryptme, .dll, .encrypted, .exe, .ini, .lnk, .rdp, and .sys extensions, but these extensions do not really represent personal files, and the infection is not interested in those. In fact, it specifically avoids system files by circumventing all folders that are found in certain locations. These locations are \AppData, \Application Data, \intel, \nvidia, \Program Files, \Users\All Users, \Windows, allusersprofile, programdata, programfiles(x86), systemdrive, userprofile, and windir. If the infection encrypted system files, it would be much easier to resolve the problem, but personal files cannot be replaced, unless backups exist. If backups exist, you have nothing to worry besides deleting Decrypme Ransomware. Read more »

"ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32" Pop-Up

"ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32" Pop-Up is an old fake alert that has been designed to scare users into taking unnecessary action. The good news is that the original homepage for this fake alert is dead, and so the chances to encounter it in the vast spaces of the Internet. Nevertheless, there will probably be many other fake alerts out there that will try to push you into spending money. You need to be careful about the content you interact with because it can easily expose you to various security threats. There’s no way to remove "ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32" Pop-Up because it’s not on your computer in the first place, but there are methods to protect your system from harm. Read more »

AIR Ransomware

AIR Ransomware

AIR Ransomware was created to encrypt files. Unfortunately, it can encrypt 181 different types of files, among which we have .doc, .docx, .png, .gif, .raw, .jar, .java, .uot, .stw, .sxw, .ott, .odt, .pem, .p12, .csr, .crt, .key, .pfx, .der, .dat, and many other types. When files are encrypted, they cannot be restored manually. Furthermore, tools that could do it automatically did not exist at the time of research. In some cases, free decryptors are created to crack the encryptors used by malware, but that does not happen too often. If you decide to look for a tool like that, make sure that you are careful because it is possible that you could end up installing something that is not only useless but also malicious. As you might have figured out yourself, you cannot restore files by removing AIR Ransomware. Nonetheless, you want to delete this infection, and you want to get it done fast. Anti-Spyware-101.com research team has analyzed this malware for you, and we are ready to assist you. Read more »

Grod Ransomware

Grod Ransomware

No one ever wants to get infected with malware, but if you find Grod Ransomware on your computer, please don’t panic. It is true that a ransomware infection is a serious business, but panicking won’t help you anyway. It would be for the best if you scrolled down to the bottom of this description where you will find the manual removal instructions. You can use those instructions to remove Grod Ransomware from your system. If you feel that manual removal is not your thing, you can terminate Grod Ransomware automatically with a reliable antispyware tool. The bottom line is that you have to get rid of this malware. Read more »

Dishwasher Ransomware

Dishwasher Ransomware

Dishwasher Ransomware has nothing to do with home appliances. In fact, we do not know how the creator of this malware came up with this name, but it is included in its code. Also, when we tested the infection, it was also the name of the launcher file. Of course, when this malware invades your operating system, it is likely to use a completely random name to ensure that it stays hidden, undetected, and, of course, un-removed. At the time of analysis, the infection appeared to be in development stages, but we want to discuss it to, hopefully, warn Windows users before it is too late. After all, it is much easier to keep this malware away than it is to deal with it once it attacks. We specifically warn all Windows users about spam emails and bundled downloaders that could be set up to spread malware. Please make sure you are cautious. If you are not, you might need to delete Dishwasher Ransomware from your operating system, and when you do that, your files might remain encrypted. Read more »

Toec Ransomware

Toec Ransomware

Toec Ransomware is one of those infections that are created using a well-known and thoroughly-analyzed code. This code has been used many times before to build such infections as Nols Ransomware, Noos Ransomware, Reco Ransomware, or Boot Ransomware. These threats are popularly known as STOP Ransomware because this is the infection that it all started with. In most cases, it is obvious that the same attackers are controlling these threats, and that is because the same contact email addresses are introduced to victims via the ransom note. In this case, however, the email addresses are unique. That, of course, does not mean that we are dealing with different attackers. They might just be trying to cover their tracks. That being said, regardless of who created this malware, it is important that you delete it from your operating system. If you have no idea how to remove Toec Ransomware, we hope that you will find all answers to your questions in this report. If not, the comments section below is always open. Read more »

Start Ransomware

Start Ransomware

Messages on your screen that mention the starter@cumallover.me email address might mean your system got infected with Start Ransomware. What you ought to know about this malicious application is that it can encrypt various files with a robust encryption algorithm like AES or RSA. At the end of the encryption process, it ought to show the mentioned message that urges to contact the threat's creators to learn how to purchase a decryptor. Meaning, if you see the malware’s ransom note, it is likely your photos, videos, and other personal files have been already encrypted. In such a case, we advise not to panic but to read our full report to get to know this threat better. At the end of this article, you can find our deletion instructions that may help you get rid of Start Ransomware manually. Read more »

Nols Ransomware

Nols Ransomware

Nols Ransomware might make your most precious files unreadable by encrypting them with a secure encryption algorithm. Thus, encountering it could be a nightmare for any user who does not back up his data and has no backup copies to replace encrypted files. The hackers behind the malware offer a solution, but in return, they demand quite a lot of money that apparently, should be paid fast as well. If your files got encrypted by this threat and you have no idea what you are dealing with, we invite you to read our article and learn all essential details about Nols Ransomware. At the end of this article, you can find our prepared removal instructions that show how to get rid of this threat manually. Read more »