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HELP_DECRYPT

HELP_DECRYPT

HELP_DECRYPT is a ransomware program that encrypts your files and then demands that you pay a ransom fee in order to decrypt them. This is a business scheme employed computer cyber criminals all over the world, and you just happened to be affected by it. Unfortunately, there is no way to remove HELP_DECRYPT from your computer because the infection is known to delete itself the moment it unleashes the payload. On the other hand, it would still be a good idea to run a full system scan as you can never know what additional programs might have entered your computer. Read more »

DecryptorMax Ransomware

DecryptorMax Ransomware

DecryptorMax Ransomware is a dangerous computer infection that is classified as crypto ransomware. It is an obnoxious program that is very explicit about what it does and what it wants. DecryptorMax Ransomware will enter your system surreptitiously, and it will encrypt your files with the intention to push you into pay a ransom fee. You should not succumb to these threats because by wiring your money you would only experience a financial loss. Your job right now is to remove DecryptorMax Ransomware from your computer with a powerful antispyware tool. Protect your PC from similar infections in the future and stay away from unfamiliar websites that might be part of the program’s distribution network. Read more »

FBI Header Ransomware

FBI Header Ransomware is a dangerous infection that attempts to scare users and force them to pay a ransom fee. You must remove this ransomware, because it will deny you access to your personal files. It uses false accusations that you broke a federal law and demands that you pay up, because otherwise it claims to forward the information about you to law enforcement institutions. You are right to be suspicious about this malware, because it is obvious that the FBI does not engage in such blackmailing activities. FBI Header Ransomware was created by cyber criminals so that they could make easy money. If your computer has been infected with this ransomware, then we invite you to learn more about it and use the removal instructions below to get rid of it for good. Read more »

Trojan.Lockscreen.OJ

Trojan.Lockscreen.OJ

Trojan.Lockscreen.OJ is a serious infection that might enter your system without permission. As it acts like a ransomware infection, it will lock your screen and you will not be able to access any of you files. You will also see a warning message saying that “Your Computer Has Been Locked” on your screen. Research has shown that such infections usually manage to enter those computers which are unprotected, i.e. there are no security tools installed on them. Make sure that you take care of your system’s safety after the removal of Trojan.Lockscreen.OJ because there are hundreds of similar infections (e.g. ScreenLocker, Lockscreen, Cryptolocker.S, and others) on the Internet. Unlike Trojan.Lockscreen.OJ, they really encrypt files. In other words they are all locked up and you cannot access them. Read more »

Chimera Ransomware

Chimera Ransomware

Have you been introduced to a warning by Chimera Ransomware? If you have, we have bad news for you: Your operating system was infected, and your personal files are now encrypted (.crypt extension). Anti-Spyware-101.com analysts indicate that this infection usually uses malicious installers and spam emails to access operating systems. If it is not too late to protect your operating system from this threat, make sure that you stay away from unfamiliar, unpredictable installers, and get rid of spam emails without even opening them. Even if the installer of the clandestine ransomware was already dropped onto your computer, you have a chance to remove Chimera Ransomware. Unfortunately, most computer users are tricked into executing the malicious installer, which leads to the encryption of personal files. Read more »

Shade Ransomware

Shade Ransomware

Your personal files are very vulnerable if you do not protect them using an authentic security tool. If you do not, programs like Shade Ransomware could slither in and encrypt your files without any warning. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have tested this infection and found that it can target MP3, WMV, JPG, and other files that usually cannot be replaced. This is the main reason why this devious threat encrypts these files over, for example, replaceable system files. Fortunately, many users use online file storage or keep their files on external hard drives, in which case, the malicious ransomware is not as scary. In either case, you need to remove Shade Ransomware, and this is not that easy. Read more »

Ninja Ransomware

Ninja Ransomware

Ninja Ransomware is one of the most annoying and disturbing types of computer infections out there. It is a ransomware program, and as such it demands that the infected user paid a ransom fee in order to decrypt her files. There are several types of ransomware infections, and this malicious program is the straightforward type that does not try to hide the fact it is a computer infection. What’s more, the program encrypts your most important files and says that you can only get them back if you pay up. Do not succumb to these threats and remove Ninja Ransomware from your system immediately. Read more »

ScreenLocker Ransomware

ScreenLocker Ransomware

There are computer infections that can paralyze your operating system without any warning. ScreenLocker Ransomware is that kind of an infection, and it can be very disruptive. As the name suggests, this threat can lock your screen, and this is not done without a reason. The infection shows a warning indicating that a key must be applied to disable the lockdown. It is most likely that you will be asked to pay money for this key; however, at the time of research, a link associated with a payment did not exist. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers believe that this could be set up in the near future, and the ransomware is likely to be in the development stages. Regardless, this infection can take over your operating system! If you want to learn how to delete ScreenLocker, continue reading our report. Read more »

ORX-Locker Ransomware

ORX-Locker Ransomware

ORX-Locker Ransomware is a recently discovered infection that can encrypt your files and demand that you purchase a decryption key from the cyber criminals who use it. It removes itself after it has done its job leaving you with unusable files that may be of huge importance to you. Therefore, having an antimalware program is crucial in order to prevent infections such as ORX-Locker Ransomware from wreaking havoc on your computer. We encourage you to take the time to read this article as this particular infection can enter your computer without you even knowing about it. The files it encrypts remain permanently damaged. You can try purchasing the decryption key, but we do not recommend it, since you might never receive it. Read more »

CryptoWall .aaa Extension

CryptoWall .aaa Extension

Have you noticed an odd extension added to files? If the extension in question is .aaa, then you have been infected with a new variant of CryptoWall ransomware. Lately, there has been an onslaught of infections that encrypt user’s files and then demand a ransom. CryptoWall is just one of the many malicious programs from the group. We have seen such malicious infections as CryptoDefense Virus, CryptoLocker Virus, TorLocker Virus, CTB-Locker, and so on. All of them have specific features, and they affect your files in the individual way. The CryptoWall .aaa Extension happens to be a constituent part of the CryptoWall infection. Read more »