Uta Ransomware

Uta Ransomware

It is crucial to have files backed up outside their original location. Uta Ransomware proves that. This malicious infection encrypts files, and if it does that successfully, the attackers behind it are free to make any demands. Those who have backups can easily replace the corrupted files once they remove the infection. However, if backups do not exist, the victims might be more willing to do whatever the attackers want them to do. Most likely, that would entail paying money in order to obtain decryption software or tools. Even though that is what the attackers might have promised you already, you want to be very cautious about what you do. Unfortunately, you are unlikely to get the decryptor if you follow the instructions of cybercriminals behind the ransomware. Therefore, we want to focus on deleting Uta Ransomware. Hopefully, you have backups that can replace the encrypted files, and so you do not need to worry about what could happen to your documents, photos, videos, and other personal files. Read more »

WiryJMPer Dropper

WiryJMPer Dropper

WiryJMPer Dropper is a malicious Trojan infection that carries other dangerous threats. In other words, if this infection is on your computer, you probably have a lot of more dangerous infections to worry about. At the same time, it might not be that easy to tell when this program slithers into your system. Nevertheless, you have to make sure that you remove WiryJMPer Dropper and everything this Trojan dragged into your system as soon as possible. If you think that you cannot perform manual removal by yourself, you can always employ a powerful antispyware tool that will terminate the infection for you automatically. Read more »

Avest Ransomware

Avest Ransomware

Avest Ransomware could be targeted at users from Belarus since it was titled after an organization called ZAO AVEST that operates in Belarus. It is a malicious program that encrypts victims’ files and displays a message. Even though the note does not mention anything about having to pay a ransom, we are almost one hundred percent sure that it is what victims will be asked to do if they contact the malware’s developers, as the message suggests. Naturally, we do not advise dealing with cybercriminals because it could end up hazardously. Also, there might be a free decryption tool available online. Our researchers say a reputable cybersecurity company developed it, so it should be safe to use this decryptor if you download it from their website and not some shady file-sharing site. In the rest of this article, we discuss the malicious application in more detail, so we encourage you to keep reading if you are interested in it. However, if you came here to learn how to delete Avest Ransomware, you could slide below and use our provided instructions. Read more »

InfoDot Ransomware

InfoDot Ransomware

InfoDot Ransomware appears to be a recently developed ransomware application that can encipher files with both the AES-256 and the RSA-2048 encryption algorithms. So far, our researchers came across two samples that could be attributed to this malware. There are two options: the threat’s developers might be preparing to release a final version, or they mean to spread a couple of different variations of the malware. More information about the malicious application is provided further in this article. Thus, if you wish to know how to avoid such malware or what it is advisable to do after encountering it, we invite you to read our full article. Also, just a bit below the text, you should find deletion instructions that show how you could be able to erase a threat like InfoDot Ransomware manually. Read more »

Leto Ransomware

Leto Ransomware

Leto Ransomware is a malicious program from the vicious Stop Ransomware family of file-encrypting threats. Consequently, the malware works the same as other infections from this family. The only difference is that some of the details provided in its ransom note are different from the ones seen in the notes displayed by its clones. Also, this threat marks its encrypted files with the .leto extension. In this article, we discuss the malware’s working manner in detail as well as mention the differences in its displayed note. If you received this malware or simply wish to learn more about it, we encourage you to read the rest of our article. The instructions available at the end of it are for the malware’s victims who may want to try to erase Leto Ransomware manually. If you do not think you are up for such a task, we highly recommend employing a legitimate antimalware tool that could clean your system properly. Read more »

Retadup

Retadup is a vicious threat that was used to distribute cryptocurrency miners, ransomware, and other malicious applications. Luckily, cybersecurity experts were able to deactivate the malware, and it should no longer be distributed. In this article, we talk about how the threat works and what harm it could cause to you and your computer if you leave it unattended. Also, we discuss what safety precautions one ought to take after detecting this malicious application on their system. Plus, at the end of this article, we display instructions showing how to locate files belonging to the malware and how to erase them to get rid of Retadup manually. Needless to say that using a legitimate antimalware tool might be faster to deal with this worm, especially if you had no experience with such vicious infections so far. Read more »

Reco Ransomware

Reco Ransomware

When Reco Ransomware slithers in and encrypts files, the “.reco” extension is added to their names. This extension is a marker that is added so that victims of this malware could discover the corrupted files right away. Other than that, the extension has no significance, and if you remove it from the original name of the file, nothing will change. You will only have wasted your time. In order to restore the files back to normal, victims need a decryptor. At this time, as Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers inform, a tool capable of restoring some of the files for free exists. The so-called STOP Ransomware Decryptor should be able to restore the files corrupted with an offline key. Do you know where the name of this tool comes from? The name STOP Ransomware is used as an umbrella name to recognize different file-encrypting infections that appear to be controlled by the same attackers. If you continue reading, you will learn about these infections, as well as how to delete Reco Ransomware from the Windows operating system. Read more »

Angus Ransomware (Zeropadypt variant)

Angus Ransomware (Zeropadypt variant)

If you have been tricked into executing the launcher of Angus Ransomware (Zeropadypt variant), your personal files must have been encrypted. Although no one in their right mind would install this dangerous infection, the attackers behind it could trick Windows users into executing it with the help of misleading emails or messages sent via messaging apps. Bundled downloaders and system security vulnerabilities could be exploited too. The infection is meant to slither in without notice because if the victim discovers it right away, they might be able to delete Angus Ransomware (Zeropadypt variant) before the damage is done. Unfortunately, most victims realize what has happened only after they discover that their personal files are unreadable or after the malicious threat removes itself. Although the threat is meant to destroy itself after encryption, it is possible that leftovers could exist, and so you want to examine your operating system thoroughly. First, let’s discuss the ransomware. Read more »

My Flight Finder Tab

My Flight Finder Tab

Whether you travel a lot or like to daydream about going to places, you could come across an extension called My Flight Finder Tab. Another condition to encounter this plugin is to use Google Chrome, as it looks like it is the only browser the application is compatible with for now. There are a few things users who might be considering this extension ought to know, like the fact it falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs. It does not mean the tool is malicious, but it is possible it could have unwanted or annoying qualities. To learn more about it, we encourage you to read our full article. In case you already placed My Flight Finder Tab on your browser without knowing how it works first, and now wish to erase it, we advise using our provided deletion instructions or a legitimate antimalware tool. Read more »

Crash Ransomware

Crash Ransomware

Crash Ransomware is a file-encrypting infection, and it was created for two reasons, which are to infect your system and introduce you to a message. The cybercriminals who stand behind this malware might use spam emails, bundled downloaders, and remote access vulnerabilities among other security backdoors to help this malware infiltrate your operating system without your notice. Once inside the system, the threat continues to hide itself, and so it can encrypt files silently. Once files are encrypted, Crash Ransomware deletes itself. According to the Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, the infection might leave some components behind, and so it would be irresponsible to just ignore the attack once you discover the encrypted files. In fact, before you proceed reading this report, we advise installing a free malware scanner that will determine if there is anything that you need to remove. To learn more about the threat, continue reading. Read more »