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Prometey Ransomware

If you are not cautious, you run the risk of facing Prometey Ransomware, a dangerous infection that can seamlessly encrypt all of your personal files. During the process of encryption, the data of the affected files is changed, and that ensures that you can no longer read them in a normal manner. A decryptor is needed for that. Unfortunately, you cannot download just any decryptor to assist you because the attackers behind this malware are using a unique encryptor, and it has not been deciphered yet. It is possible that no one will be able to decipher it at all. This is good news for the attackers behind the threat because if you cannot decrypt the files yourself, and if you do not have copies that could be used to replace the corrupted files, you might give in to their demands. Hopefully, you have not done that yet. To learn more about the infection and its removal, please continue reading, and note that if you need assistance deleting Prometey Ransomware, you can always post a comment below. Read more »

Dever Ransomware

Dever Ransomware

If you have valuable data on your computer, Dever Ransomware is a malicious application that you would like to avoid at all costs. The malware encrypts files to make them unusable, and then shows a ransom note that claims the enciphered files can only be restored if a victim pays for decryption tools. To see if your files were encrypted, you should check if they have the .id{random characters}.[lizethroyal@aol.com] extension, for example, picture.jpg.id[9AC7094B-3047].[lizethroyal@aol.com]. If you see such extension on your files and a notification mentioning the same email address is on your screen, your computer is most likely infected with Dever Ransomware. For more information on this infection, we invite you to read our full report and check the deletion instructions placed at the end of the text. Read more »

Pysa Ransomware

Pysa Ransomware

It is important to notice when Pysa Ransomware slithers in because it is your best chance of removing the infection and stopping it from encrypting your personal files. If you do not notice the threat, it encrypts files and then erases itself. Yes, Pysa Ransomware deletes itself, and that means that you might not need to worry about clearing your system from malware, but, just in case, you should employ a trusted malware scanner. Do it now to learn whether or not there is anything that you need to pay close attention to. Hopefully, threats no longer occupy your operating system, and you can focus on your personal files and, of course, the security of your Windows system. Note that even if you end up losing all encrypted files, you need to secure your system because there are hundreds and thousands of other infections that could invade it next. The ball is in your court. Read more »

Pponce.lorena@aol.com Ransomware

Pponce.lorena@aol.com Ransomware

Anti-Spyware-101.com research team is warning Windows users about a new threat called Pponce.lorena@aol.com Ransomware that comes from the GlobeImposter Ransomware family. This version of the well-known infection adds the “.[ponce.lorena@aol.com]” extension to the files that are corrupted by it, and so if you have discovered corrupted files with this extension, we suggest that you read this report. Hopefully, you will be able to recover your files, but that is unlikely to happen if you choose to follow the lead of the cybercriminals who control this malware. Since this threat is part of a larger family of malware, a free decryptor already exists. We cannot guarantee that the GlobeImposter Decryptor will be able to restore all files corrupted by the threat, but this might be the best option you have. Alternatively, you might be able to use backups to replace the corrupted files, but all of this should be done after deleting Pponce.lorena@aol.com Ransomware. Do you want to learn more about the removal of this malware? Continue reading if you do. Read more »

GlobeImposter Ransomware (.Horriblemorning variation)

GlobeImposter Ransomware (.Horriblemorning variation)

You do not need to guess whether or not GlobeImposter Ransomware (.Horriblemorning variation) has invaded your operating system. All you need to do is look at your files and see if “.Horriblemorning” has been attached to their names. If this extension is added, the malicious ransomware has encrypted your personal files, and you need to take immediate action. Sadly, files cannot be restored by removing the threat, but there are solutions that might help you with that. For one, the GlobeImposter Decryptor created by malware experts might assist in some cases. Alternatively, some victims might be able to replace the corrupted files using copies stored online, on external drives, or other secure locations. Of course, before any replacements can be made, it is necessary to delete GlobeImposter Ransomware (.Horriblemorning variation). Whether you identify it as GlobeImposter Ransomware or Horriblemorning Ransomware, you need to figure out a way to get rid of this malware ASAP. Read more »

Chch Ransomware

Chch Ransomware

If you got infected with Chch Ransomware, don’t panic. This ransomware program might have encrypted your files, but that is no reason to spend your savings on the decryption tool that might not even work. Please remove Chch Ransomware following the guidelines below this description, and then consider other file recovery options. It is also possible that some of your files will remain encrypted, and you will have to give them up, but don’t let that discourage you. Take it as a good opportunity to improve your overall cybersecurity so that you could avoid similar infections in the future. Read more »

MZP Ransomware

MZP Ransomware

MZP Ransomware is a sneaky threat that might appear on a system after opening a suspicious file received or downloaded from the Internet. It can encrypt various documents and picture formats. As a result, its affected files should become locked. While such data can be unlocked, the tools needed for this task might be impossible to get. We explain this as well as other things related to this malicious application further in this article. Thus, if you wish to learn more, we invite you to read our full text. Also, have in mind that should you choose to erase MZP Ransomware manually, you could use our removal instructions placed at the end of this article. There is a comments section too that we encourage you to use if you have any questions about this malware. Read more »

InnfiRAT

Have you been informed about the existence of InnfiRAT? If you have, you need to remove this malware immediately, and then you need to replace all the passwords you have ever used. That is important because this RAT (remote access Trojan) was created to steal passwords and record other private information that could assist cybercriminals in performing identify theft online. Hopefully, you still have time to ensure that your operating system is guarded against this Trojan. If you know for sure that you need to delete InnfiRAT from your operating system already, there is no time to waste. Quickly read this report to learn how to eliminate the infection. This report also includes tips on Windows security and malware attack prevention. If you have any questions you want to be addressed by our research team, add them to the comments section below. Read more »

FlowerPippi

If you are informed about the existence of FlowerPippi, you need to make sure that you remove this threat as soon as possible. You also need to inspect your operating system for other threats because this backdoor malware is unlikely to exist on its own. In the summer of 2019, this malicious threat was found to spread via spam emails along with Gelup, another Trojan that, of course, requires elimination as well. These two infections are believed to belong to the TA505 group, which has been sending its malware in many different directions. Its activity has been recorded in Morroco, the Middle East, and also Australia, Japan, and the Philippines. If you live in these three countries, you are more likely to need to delete FlowerPippi from your operating system. So, how can you get rid of this malware and, more important, how can you ensure protection against it in the future? Read more »

Gesd Ransomware

Gesd Ransomware is a dangerous program that will surely slither into your system behind your back. Since it is a ransomware program, we know already what it wants from you – money. You should do your best to resist its threats and remove Gesd Ransomware from your computer as soon as possible. Although there are the manual removal instructions below this description, you should seriously consider scanning your computer with a licensed antispyware tool that would help you delete all the malicious programs automatically. Consequently, you would also protect your computer from other similar threats. Read more »