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Saraswati Ransomware

Saraswati Ransomware

Saraswati is a holly symbol in the Hinduism world, but it is not that holly to the creators of the Saraswati Ransomware who have exploited the image of the goddess for malicious purposes. The image of the goddess appears on the desktop along with a message that tells you to keep calm and contact an email provided (mahasaraswati@india.com). Chances are that the creator of this malicious ransomware is located in India, but this could also be a trick to conceal the true location. Well, wherever these malicious malware distributors are located, they have developed the ransomware to get you. Some users rush to delete Saraswati Ransomware from their computers thinking that this is the only way to get their files decrypted. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Once this threat encrypts your files, the decryption key is hidden from you to force you into paying the ransom. Read more »

Windows заблокирова

Windows заблокирова

If you live in a country where Russian is the commonly spoken language, you might be targeted by the vicious Windows заблокирова malware. This devious infection was created by cyber criminals who care about nothing else but making a profit, and they are ready to do whatever it takes to get it. According to the research conducted in the Anti-Spyware-101.com lab, this suspicious infection might ask you to pay money after locking down your computer. Although the creators of this threat might convince you that this is the only way of regaining access to your computer, we believe there is a way out. You should continue reading this report to learn how this infection works and how to delete it from your operating system. Although it is crucial to remove Windows заблокирова from your PC as soon as possible, you can spare a few minutes that you will spend reading this report. Read more »

ODCODC Ransomware

ODCODC Ransomware

Being attacked by ODCODC Ransomware could be one of your worst days. This ransomware can slither onto your computer without your knowledge and encrypt all your most important personal files within mere seconds. Obviously, the criminals, who created this dangerous threat, offer you their “generous help” to recover your files if you are willing to pay the demanded ransom fee. Normally you cannot decrypt your files without the private key or the decryption key unless there is a free tool available on the web that cracks the key. Another method to recover your files is to keep a backup copy on a removable disk. However, in this particular case, you may have a third option that is due to a “mistake” this otherwise dangerous infection makes. We will share with you the details later on but first, let us tell you more about this vicious program and also, why our researchers suggest that you should remove ODCODC Ransomware right away. Read more »

zCrypt Ransomware

zCrypt Ransomware is a malicious program that might enter your computer through infected email attachments. It appears to be that the malware shows a fake system alert to draw user’s attention away. At the same time, it starts encrypting user’s personal data. The infection’s creators ask for 1.2 Bitcoins, which is more than 500 US dollars. If you do not have any intentions of making the payment, you should not waste your time with zCrypt Ransomware and delete it from your system. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com prepared a removal guide that should help you in the process. Nonetheless, if you do not think that you will manage to erase it manually, try to download a legitimate antimalware tool and use it to delete the ransomware. Read more »

Zyklon Locker

Zyklon Locker

Irresponsible Internet surfing may result in your computer becoming infected with a Trojan-type infection called Zyklon Locker. Removing this application is of utmost importance because its developers demand that you pay a ransom to get the files that it encrypts back in one piece. As its name implies, this program’s main purpose is extract money from you and its encryption will permanently damage your files if you refuse to pay. However, you should not pay the ransom because the greedy cyber criminals demands too much and there is no guarantee that they will deliver you the key needed to decrypt them. Read more »

Nemucod Ransomware

Nemucod Ransomware

Nemucod Ransomware is a malicious program that locks user’s files and in some cases downloads another Trojan infection called Kovter. If these threats managed to enter your system, it is a sign that you have to look for more efficient ways to protect it. The ransomware can do a lot of damage for users who do not backup their data since it encrypts personal files and demands to pay a ransom in exchange for the decryption key. If you are thinking about making the payment, we should tell you that there might be other ways to recover your data. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com confirmed that there are decryptors available on the Internet. Since it will not cost you anything, you might as well try it. You can keep the note that contains the payment details as the last resort, but Nemucod Ransomware and other possible threats should be erased from your system. Thus, keep reading the article and learn how to get rid of the malware. Read more »

BadBlock Ransomware

BadBlock Ransomware

BadBlock Ransomware is a malicious computer infection that encrypts your files and does not allow you to access them unless you pay a ransom fee. Our security experts categorize this infection as Trojan because it enters your computer surreptitiously, pretending to be something it is not. This program, in particular, does not seem to be extremely aggressive, but it can still cause considerable damage by encrypting your files. In this description, we will discuss the main features of this program, and then we will tell you how to remove BadBlock Ransomware. Please bear in mind that removing a ransomware application does not necessary entail getting rid of all the infection symptoms momentarily. Read more »

DMA Locker Ransomware

DMA Locker Ransomware

DMA Locker Ransomware is a malicious computer infection that enters your system having only one purpose in mind: money. Ransomware programs are exceptionally dangerous because they unleash their payload before you can even understand that your computer’s security has been breached. They will not allow you to open your files until you pay the ransom, and that is something we would strongly discourage you from doing. Read more »

Unlock_files_instructions Ransomware

Unlock_files_instructions Ransomware is a piece of malicious software that must be deleted as soon as it is found fully active on your operating system as it is a major virtual threat. Like any other ransomware program, the one in question could produce devastating outcomes, to say the least as it is able to encrypt your personal data with virtually no indication that it does so. Due to such dangerous and potentially detrimental functionality of it, our malware experts at Anti-Spyware-101.com highly recommend using the comprehensive removal instructions that we present below to remove the intrusive program as soon as possible in the most efficient way. Also, we provide a few preventative steps that you could take to keep your personal computer safe and secure at all times from malicious programs such as Unlock_files_instructions Ransomware. Read more »

8lock8 Ransomware

8lock8 Ransomware

If you find that your personal files have been given the “.8lock8” extension, there is no doubt that 8lock8 Ransomware has invaded your operating system. This malicious infection is capable of slithering in without your permission and encrypting your files without any warning. This threat moves so fast that computer users do not even have a chance to stop the file encryption process, and they discover the threat only after it makes itself noticeable. It does that by presenting you with a .txt file that is placed on the Desktop, as well as the directories containing encrypted files. This message is presented in English and Russian, which suggests that this infection is spread wider than other well-known ransomware threats. Whichever of the two languages you read, you are informed that your files were encrypted using a strong algorithm (according to Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers it is AES-256). Read more »