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Zeronine Ransomware

Zeronine Ransomware

Are your personal files safe? You might think that they are until Zeronine Ransomware slithers in, changes their data, and makes it impossible for you to read them. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that this threat is just as dangerous as Covm Ransomware, CovidWorldCry Ransomware, Koti Ransomware, and hundreds of other infections alike. All of them were built to encrypt files and then make ransom demands, and in some cases, victims feel helpless. This leads them to contacting their attackers and sometimes even following their instructions. Hopefully, you understand that that is not a good idea, and you understand that deleting Zeronine Ransomware has to become your priority. If you have no way of recovering or replacing your files, you might consider taking risks, but let us warn you that cybercriminals cannot be trusted, and their promises are likely to be bogus. In any case, whether you restore your files or not, you must delete the malicious file-encryptor from your Windows operating system. Read more »

Covm Ransomware

Covm Ransomware

How important are your personal files for you? If they are important, Covm Ransomware is the threat that you need to keep away at all costs. Once this malware slithers in, it instantly encrypts all documents, videos, photos, archives, and other personal files, which renders them unreadable. In theory, a decryptor should exist, but because the threat belongs to cybercriminals, you should not expect to obtain it. They will use the decryptor as bait to get your money, but that does not mean that they will conduct a fair exchange if you do everything that they want you to do. Hopefully, you have not been pushed into paying the ransom yet. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that you are unlikely to get anything in return for it, and so we suggest keeping your money to yourself. Does that mean that you have to come to terms with the fact that your personal files are lost? There is hope that you could restore your files after removing the infection. First, however, you need to delete Covm Ransomware. Read more »

CovidWorldCry Ransomware

CovidWorldCry Ransomware

There are multiple malware infections out there that try to ride the wave of the biggest current global issues. CovidWorldCry Ransomware clearly sounds like something associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s just a dangerous infection that tries to make you think that you’re in for a lot of trouble.

Of course, you are in trouble if you get infected with CovidWorldCry Ransomware, but that’s just a cybersecurity issue. It has nothing to do with COVID-19. Consequently, you have to deal with that issue in the same manner as you would deal with any other ransomware infection. Read more »

Mikroceen Might Have Been Spying on Governments Since 2017

How hard is it to protect Windows operating systems? Without a doubt, that is not a simple task, and Mikroceen proves that. This dangerous RAT (remote access tool) has been sneakily spying on sensitive industries and companies for years now, and no one has been able to stop the attackers behind it. The malware researchers, who analyzed this dangerous threat, have concluded that its main targets have been mostly companies in the telecommunications and gas industries in Belarus, Mongolia, and Russia. Other industries could have been attacked, and attacks in different countries might have occurred. While researchers continue to accumulate data on this malware, users around the world are urged to patch security vulnerabilities and employ trusted security software to defend themselves. Obviously, the RAT is most likely to attack larger entities, but regular users cannot sleep on this threat. Even if it does not attack, a new version of it could. Or the attackers behind it could build malware capable of attacking anyone and everyone. If it lithers in, and if you have to delete Mikroceen, your virtual security could be jeopardized. Read more »

Koti Ransomware

Koti Ransomware

Have you been tricked into letting Koti Ransomware into your Windows operating system? You might not even remember taking certain actions that could have led to the entrance of this malware. For example, do you remember opening a strange spam email attachment that failed to open properly or did not contain any information at all? Perhaps you remember downloading freeware from a suspicious website, and other files or programs were attached to it? Malicious programs have many ways to invade operating systems, and we cannot know which one was used to invade yours. Needless to say, if your system was infected by malware, you need to remove it, regardless of the damage it might have caused. Unfortunately, in the case of this ransomware, your personal files are the ones that get damaged. The threat encrypts them, which means that you cannot read them normally. Your first instinct might be to delete Koti Ransomware, and while eliminating this malware is crucial, your files cannot be saved by doing that. Read more »

Volgmer

In this article we talk about a dangerous Trojan infection called Volgmer. It can both secretly collect various data and place more malicious applications on your device. Naturally, the longer the malware stays on a computer the more trouble it can cause. Therefore, it is advisable to eliminate Volgmer right away. The problem is that it might not be easy to get rid of it. Our researchers have prepared the deletion steps available below, but you should know that following them might not be enough to delete Volgmer once and for all. Besides, there could be other threats dropped by the Trojan on your system, which is the reason why we recommend employing a legitimate antimalware tool that could eliminate this threat and all other possible malicious applications. Read more »

SLICKSHOES

Leading countries, companies, and businesses is already difficult enough, but threats like SLICKSHOES are ready to make things even harder. More and more frequently governments and companies need to spend money on extensive malware research and cybersecurity because the number of threats targeted at them keep growing. The trojan we are discussing in this report is part of the Hidden Cobra group, and the hackers behind it have been actively performing attacks with the help of numerous infections, including Volgmer. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers do not believe that this malware would affect regular Windows users who are using their computers at home, for example, but it is always better to be safe than sorry. This is why we have created this guide. Continue reading to learn more about the infection, and if you discover that you need to delete SLICKSHOES, check out the removal guide below. Read more »

C4H Ransomware

C4H Ransomware

Do you believe that C4H Ransomware has invaded your Windows operating system and corrupted your personal files? That is very easy to figure out because once this infection encrypts files, it attaches the “.C4H” extension to their names. This extension is added as a mere marker, and even if you delete it from the files’ names, they will not be restored. Some victims might rush to remove C4H Ransomware to restore their files, and while this threat must be eliminated from the infected systems, the files cannot be recovered in that way. In fact, we do not know if your files can be recovered at all. Perhaps you can find and employ a legitimate third-party decryptor, but you certainly do not want to trust cybercriminals to help you. They promote their own decryptor in return for money, but they are unlikely to give you anything once you send the payment. Needless to say, this is a tricky situation, but we hope that we will be able to help you untangle the mess. Read more »

Sqpc Ransomware

Sqpc Ransomware

Sqpc Ransomware does not care about you and your files, and that is why it slithers into your Windows operating system and encrypts every single personal file that exists. It does not touch system files, but that is done only to ensure that the system continues running normally. After all, the infection needs a functional system to make its demands. After your personal files are encrypted, the threat drops a file, via which you are informed that a ransom of $490 must be paid in return for a decryptor. Here at Anti-Spyware-101.com, we hope that you have not wasted your savings yet. We also hope that you still can recover your files, or at least replace the most important ones. A tool named ‘STOP Decryptor’ was presented by malware researchers, and although it should decrypt all files encrypted with an offline key, it cannot guarantee full recovery of all files. But you might be able to use backups as replacements. First, however, you need to remove Sqpc Ransomware. Read more »

Zorgo Ransomware

Zorgo Ransomware

Zorgo Ransomware is a poorly designed file-encrypting threat that is based on the Hidden-Tear Ransomware, a malicious open-source ransomware that was created for educational purposes. Our researchers have not seen new threats based on the mentioned application for a while, but this new variant proves that hackers still find the Hidden-Tear Ransomware useful. If you want to know how this new variant might be spread and what to expect from it if it enters your system, we encourage you to read our full article. Also, we can offer our removal instructions available at the end of this text. They show how to delete Zorgo Ransomware manually. If the process looks too complicated, we advise using a legitimate antimalware tool instead. Read more »