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Bisquilla Ransomware

Bisquilla Ransomware

There is a new player in town, and it is called Bisquilla Ransomware. At this point, the infection is still in development stages, but, according to our Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, we could see new versions emerging in the near future. This first version does not create any demands, and it does not encrypt files like most ransomware infections, but it has the function to encrypt them and add the “.wrk” extension to their original names. Obviously, if you have found this extension attached to your personal files, you have to consider the possibility that you need to eliminate a malicious threat from your operating system. However, we hope that you are reading this report before the attacks of this malware begin, so that you could secure your operating system and personal files against it. Obviously, if new versions emerge, we will be updating our readers as soon as possible so that they could delete Bisquilla Ransomware, but, for now, we only have limited information, and the focus of this report is virtual security. Read more »

DDT Ransomware

DDT Ransomware

DDT Ransomware is a malicious ransomware infection, and it comes with the intention to rip you off. Ransomware programs are really good at scaring users into paying the ransom fees. DDT Ransomware and other similar infections make the impression that the only way to recover affected files is by paying the ransom fee.

Needless to say, you should keep your money to yourself. Paying the ransom may not even solve the problem. You need to remove DDT Ransomware first, and then look for other ways to restore your data. If you find yourself at your wit’s end, do not hesitate to address a professional. Read more »

INPIVX Ransomware

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 Anti-Spyware-101.com 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. Read more »

Kedi RAT

Kedi RAT is an old computer infection that first came into light in 2017. It is a remote access Trojan, and as such, it can collect sensitive information on the infected system, and then transfer that information to its C&C. Whatever the hackers behind this infection do with the stolen information, that’s hard to say. However, it is clear that one shouldn’t underestimate this Trojan. If you know for sure that your computer or your computer network is infected with this threat, you have to remove Kedi RAT at once. If manual removal too much of a hassle for you, please invest in a powerful security tool to do the job for you. Read more »

Trojan.DarktrackRAT

Trojan.DarktrackRAT

Trojan.DarktrackRAT is a malicious infection that was released a few years ago, but we believe that it could be used as a base for other RAT types of malware, and thus it is necessary to discuss it. As you can clearly tell from its name, this Trojan is a Remote Access Trojan. It means that it can perform a number of actions on the infected system. For the most part, these Trojans are used to spy on the affected systems and steal important data. Therefore, the sooner you remove Trojan.DarktrackRAT from your computer, the better. Read more »

1-844-665-5111 Pop-Ups

1-844-665-5111 Pop-Ups

1-844-665-5111 Pop-Ups come from a scammers website known as wayservice.xyz. Meaning, the pop-ups do not come from Microsoft and they are not shown by your operating system. Consequently, not doing what they tell you is not only a good idea, but also highly advisable. Of course, the smartest thing to do after encountering these fictitious alerts would be to get rid of them, which is why we provide instructions showing how to do so just a bit below this article. Also, our researchers advise checking your system with a legitimate antimalware tool since there is a possibility 1-844-665-5111 Pop-Ups could be loaded by some threat on the computer. Plus, it would help to make sure, nothing potentially dangerous got in after interacting with the notifications. To learn more about them, we invite you to read our full report. Read more »

GrujaRSorium Ransomware

GrujaRSorium Ransomware

Did GrujaRSorium Ransomware invade your Windows operating system? You are not supposed to know this right away, but once this infection encrypts files, it also displays a message that reveals the entire attack. The infection needs to remain undetected for the invasion and the encryption, so that you would not remove it before the attack is complete. It then needs to reveal itself, so that you would know that your files were encrypted and that you need to obey your attackers. Needless to say, Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers recommend being very cautious about what you do after your files are encrypted. If you continue reading, you will learn why interacting with the creators of the infection is a terrible idea, and you will learn how to delete GrujaRSorium Ransomware from the Windows operating system. We also discuss how this malware spreads, so that you could prevent similar infections from slithering in again. If anything you read confuses you or raises questions, contact us via the comments section. Read more »

ChaCha Ransomware

ChaCha Ransomware

ChaCha Ransomware plays an audio recording saying your files were encrypted and then shows a black screen with a message from the malware’s creators. As usual for such threats, its ransom note claims the hackers are the only ones who can help a victim restore his data and that users should contact them as soon as possible. It might even say the cybercriminals will give you a fair price or guarantee that you will get the needed decryption tools, but, the truth is, there are no guarantees when dealing with hackers. If you realize that and do not wish to take any chances, we advise removing ChaCha Ransomware. As we explain in the text, you might need to rewrite Windows to restore your system and get rid of the threat. However, if the computer works as usual, you might be able to erase the malicious application with the instructions provided at the end of this article. Read more »

GottaCry Ransomware

GottaCry Ransomware

GottaCry Ransomware is a malicious program designed for money extortion. However, users who encounter it may not have the reason to pay a ransom. Apparently, the malware’s pop-up window may lie about user’s files being encrypted and then deleted. Thus, no doubt anyone who checks whether the malicious application’s statements are true first, will realize there is no need to put up with any demands. In such a case, we advise deleting GottaCry Ransomware from the system. Even though it does not look like it can restart with the operating system, it would still be unwise to keep a threat on your computer. To deal with it manually, you could follow the step by step instructions provided at the end of this article. For more details about it, we encourage you to have a look at our full report. Read more »

Krypton Stealer

It’s one thing to deal with a ransomware infection, and then it’s another thing to deal with Trojan. Although both are closely related, when we battle ransomware infections, we often have the “visual.” With Trojans like Krypton Stealer, it is often hard to tell whether this program is installed on your system or not without a proper scan. Hence, if you want to remove Krypton Stealer from your computer, you have probably performed a full system scan already, and you know that you must terminate this infection. You probably also know that there might be more dangerous infections on-board, too. Read more »