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Ursnif spam

Spam email messages often look just like an annoying nuisance, but they often are part of malware distribution networks. Therefore, one should take them seriously. Take Ursnif spam, for example. As you can obviously tell from the name, this infection is associated with spam emails. It is a Trojan infection, and it reaches its targets through spam attachments. It is important to remove Ursnif spam from your system as soon as possible, but sometimes it might be hard to spot a Trojan infection immediately. Therefore, it is recommended to perform regular system scans with security applications to detect such infections early. Read more »

.Nano Ransomware File Extension

.Nano Ransomware File Extension

.Nano Ransomware File Extension could appear on all of your files if you come across this ransomware application. Unfortunately, if the data gets encrypted and marked by the threat, it can no longer be opened without decrypting it first. The only way to decrypt the malicious application’s affected files is with a unique decryption key that is supposed to be generated during the encryption process. The problem is, often such data is placed on some remote server or anywhere else where the user would be unable to obtain it. By asking the victim to buy the needed decryption key or in order words pay a ransom, the malware’s developers make their living. Even if you have no other options, we would not advise putting up with any demands as there is always a chance the hackers could be lying or planning to trick you. What we propose instead is erase .Nano Ransomware File Extension and if you want to do so manually you should take a look at the instructions available at the end of this report. Read more »

getdataback@fros.cc Ransomware

getdataback@fros.cc Ransomware

getdataback@fros.cc Ransomware is one of the newest variants of Crysis/Dharma Ransomware, as research has revealed. It would be a lie if we told you that it differs much from older versions of the same threat much because it does not. Just like many other ransomware infections these days, this malicious application infiltrates computers and then locks all discovered files immediately. The encryption algorithm it uses is no doubt a strong one, so do not expect that you will decrypt your files easily if you ever encounter this nasty threat. Cyber criminals will try to convince you that decrypting files with a special tool they have is as easy as pie, but you should still not purchase it from them because you do not know whether you will get it. Is it possible to unlock your files without the special decryptor? Well, if you do not want to spend money on the tool you may not even get, you should restore your files from a backup you have. Needless to say, this is impossible if a backup does not exist, i.e. you have never backed up any of your files. We cannot promise that you could get your files back in this case, but you should definitely try out third-party data recovery tools – they may help you to decrypt at least some files. Make sure you only use reliable software! Read more »

yoursalvations@protonmail.ch Ransomware

yoursalvations@protonmail.ch Ransomware

yoursalvations@protonmail.ch Ransomware encrypts your files with RSA-2048, a robust encryption algorithm that makes data useless without a decryption key. Unfortunately, as usual with such malware its creators ask for a ransom and promise to send the needed decryption tools right after they confirm the payment. What you should know is that nothing is certain. Even if the hackers give their word or say they guarantee you will get what you pay for, there is always a chance they may not bother to deliver your decryption tool or could try to extort more money from you. This is why our specialists advise not to risk your savings and erase yoursalvations@protonmail.ch Ransomware. The deletion steps available below the article can help you get rid of the threat manually. As for finding out more about the malware, we encourage you to take a look at the rest of our article. Read more »

Dablio Ransomware

Dablio Ransomware

If you are seeing a note saying “#DABLIO Good Morning. Good afternoon. Good evening,” you are most likely dealing with the so-called Dablio Ransomware. The rest of the note should explain how to pay a ransom to decrypt the files the malicious program encrypts upon entering the computer. Of course, we do not recommend paying anything as there are no guarantees the cybercriminals who created the infection will hold on to their word. In other words, you could get scammed, and if you do not want to risk it happening, we would recommend not to negotiate with the hackers, but to erase the malicious application. Its deletion will not restore any files, although you try to get them back with backup copies or data recovery tools. For more information about Dablio Ransomware, we invite you to read our full report. Just a bit below it you should find our deletion instructions that explain how to eliminate the malware by yourself. Read more »

Katyusha Ransomware

Katyusha Ransomware

How many personal photos and important document files are stored on your Windows operating system? Unfortunately, Katyusha Ransomware can encrypt all of them. This dangerous infection is like a bulldozer, and it can destroy everything in its way. Of course, it is not programmed to encrypt system files because that would make it impossible for cyber attackers to make their own demands. When it comes to the demands, the attackers behind the ransomware want only one thing, and that is your money. The majority of file-encryptors are created for this one purpose alone. There have been threats that Anti-Spyware-101.com recognized as “educational” – such as Ctf Ransomware or GPCode Ransomware – but most of them were created to fill the pockets of criminals. If you do not want cyber attackers to reach their goal, do not respond to their demands and quickly delete Katyusha Ransomware instead. If the removal of this threat intimidates you, the information in this guide will ease your mind. Read more »

Eredel Stealer Extended

Eredel Stealer Extended is a malicious application that can steal various information about you. The malware does so by recording the things user types with his keyboard as well as reading data stored in specific browsers’ cookies. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com say the infection should be classified as a Trojan keylogger. As you might imagine it is not an easy task to detect such a threat without the help of antimalware tools. Unfortunately, it is crucial to get rid of it immediately as the longer it stays on the system, the more private and sensitive information it can collect and pass to hackers distributing it. Apparently, there might be lots of cybercriminals spearing Eredel Stealer Extended as it can be purchased online. For more details about the Trojan keep reading the text, and if you need help while removing it manually, we can offer the instructions located at the end of the text. Read more »

Hacker who cracked your email and device Scam

Hacker who cracked your email and device Scam shows a warning message claiming hackers have intercepted information revealing the victim’s “dark secret life.” In exchange for them keeping this information to themselves and not sending it to the victim’s friends or family, the scammers demand to be paid in Bitcoins. Knowing this is just a scam, and in reality, the hackers most likely do not have anything compromising to reveal about you, we would recommend against paying the ransom. If you continue reading the article, you will find more useful details about Hacker who cracked your email and device Scam. As well as our instructions on what to do if you come across this warning message; you should find them at the end of this page. Read more »

backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware

backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware

backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware is a nasty computer infection you might encounter if you surf the Internet on a daily basis, you download various programs from P2P websites, and you tend to open email attachments from random emails you receive. It has turned out that backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware is not exactly a brand new computer threat. According to our specialists, it seems to be a variant of Crysis/Dharma Ransomware. This finding has helped them to obtain information about its modus operandi in no time because it does not differ much from the previous versions of this ransomware infection. We can assure you that the entrance of backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware will not be anywhere near pleasant because this nasty infection will lock files on your computer immediately if it ever finds a way to infiltrate your computer. This threat finds victims’ files and locks them right away, so it is very likely that it will already be too late to change something when you find out about the successful entrance of backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware. You will not rescue those encrypted files by removing the ransomware infection from the system, i.e. none of them will be automatically unlocked for you, but you will protect your all new files by removing backtonormal@foxmail.com Ransomware from the system. Read more »

Minotaur Ransomware

Minotaur Ransomware

Your operating system can be heavily impacted by the entrance of Minotaur Ransomware, a malicious file-encryptor that uses a complex encryption algorithm to render files unreadable. This is not done just to mess with users. Files are encrypted to force victims to pay a huge ransom payment in return for a decryption key that, allegedly, is the only thing that can restore files. Although that is likely to be the truth, Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that those who pay the ransom are unlikely to get the decryptor. Cyber criminals behind this malicious ransomware are not obligated to do it. Unfortunately, no one has tracked these criminals down and stopped their attacks yet, which is why it is the responsibility of every Windows users to secure their operating systems and personal files against the infection. In this report, we discuss how to secure the system to prevent malware from attacking in the future, as well as how to delete Minotaur Ransomware. As for the files, we do not have a solution for you, and you have to be very cautious about sources that claim otherwise. You can recover files only if they are backed up. Read more »