INPIVX Ransomware

What is INPIVX Ransomware?

Stop whatever you are doing and figure out how to secure your Windows operating system. A new file-encrypting threat named INPIVX Ransomware was found, and, according to research team, its source code is currently being sold to anyone who is interested. That means that we could soon encounter a bunch of different variants of this malware. While these variants should function in the same way – which we discuss further in the report – the identifying features should be unique. That is because when building the threat using the available code, the attacker can choose any name. If clones of the dangerous infection emerge in the future, we will report them as soon as possible. Right now, however, it is most important to reinforce Windows protection and to secure all personal files because it is unlikely that it will be possible to restore them after the attack. If you already need to delete INPIVX Ransomware, it might be time for you to install an automated anti-malware program.testtesttesttesttesttest

How does INPIVX Ransomware work?

According to our malware experts, the devious INPIVX Ransomware could provide inexperienced hackers with an opportunity to join the ransomware game. The source code can be bought for 500 US Dollars, and it is pretty much ready. There are only a few things that need to be customized, and a full tutorial showing how to do it all is included in the original price. It appears that even a video is prepared to help out the customers. This, unfortunately, means trouble. If anyone can buy and build INPIVX Ransomware, we could soon have a great deal of new infections on our hands. The worst part is that if amateurs get involved, the infections could become very unstable, and they could even cause more problems than just the encryption of files. Speaking of encryption, the threat is set to encrypt files using AES and RSA encryption algorithms, which are used most often. Unfortunately, they are complex, and once the files are encrypted, restoring them manually is not an option. Legitimate file decryptors are unlikely to be able to handle this malware either. Basically, if the infection slithers in, the files are likely to be lost.

The INPIVX Ransomware RaaS (ransomware as a service) is meant to offer a modern design, fast encryption, clear dashboard, and password protection. If the user figures out how to use it, they can then change the ransomware name, set a ransom price, as well as include a personal bitcoin wallet. If they do that successfully, and the infection is distributed in a successful manner too, the attackers might have a good chance at pushing victims into transferring money to their accounts. INPIVX Ransomware can affect the Windows Server 8, as well as all Windows operating systems starting with Windows 7. That makes the threat very versatile. We cannot say how these threats could spread, but there is a good chance that the attackers would set up misleading spam emails with corrupted file attachments or bundled downloaders, as well as exploit security and remote access flaws. The threat is created to move in a silent manner, and so victims should not notice the encrypted files until the threat revealed itself. Most likely that would be done using a ransom note, either represented via a file or launched as a window.

How to delete INPIVX Ransomware

Since the attackers could go in different directions with INPIVX Ransomware, we cannot provide you with a step-by-step removal guide yet. If this RaaS becomes popular, and malicious copies start emerging, we will analyze them all, and we will offer full removal guides. For now, all we can say is that deleting the infection’s launcher is the most important task. Note that copies of this file could be created, and so even if you can identify the landing location, you cannot automatically assume that your system is clear after removing INPIVX Ransomware launcher file. Hopefully, you do not need to worry about the removal of this malware yet, and you can fully focus on securing your system. First and foremost, install a legitimate anti-malware application that could secure your system and could automatically delete threats if they attacked. It is also important to backup files. Choose the preferred cloud storage or get an external drive, and create copies of all of your personal files to keep them safe outside of your computer.

Removal Guide

  1. If you can identify the infection’s launcher file, right-click and Delete it.
  2. Install a trusted malware scanner to inspect your system for copies or other malware leftovers.
  3. Delete all additional threats and leftovers ASAP. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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