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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 »

MedusaLocker Ransomware

MedusaLocker Ransomware

Keep one thing in mind: Your Windows operating system is vulnerable. MedusaLocker Ransomware is one of the many threats that could try to invade it if you are not cautious. This threat is controlled by cybercriminals who care about nothing else but money, and they are willing to do whatever it takes to get it. Unfortunately, it is fairly easy for them to reach their goals using an efficient file encryptor. All they have to do is corrupt your personal files and make a few demands. If you value your files, it is likely that the attackers could convince you to do some risky things. Hopefully, you have done nothing yet. Continue reading this report, and you will understand how dangerous it could be for you to follow the instructions of cybercriminals. Remember that, in any case, you will need to delete MedusaLocker Ransomware from your Windows operating system. We hope that the removal process will be a little easier for you because of the information gathered by our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team. Read more »

MarioLocker Ransomware

MarioLocker Ransomware

MarioLocker Ransomware is an infection that might have been abandoned by its creator already. That is what we have to think about because one of the most important files that belong to this malware can no longer be downloaded onto the infected systems. Perhaps this is just a temporary glitch, and perhaps the file will become downloadable again. If that happens, the Anti-Spyware-101.com research team will report back to you as soon as possible. For now, it looks like we are dealing with something that might be obsolete already. That being said, it is always possible that the threat could be spread even if parts of it are dysfunctional. In most cases, ransomware is spread using spam emails or bundled downloaders, and you could always open spam emails much later on, and bundled downloaders could float around with dysfunctional malware for a long time. Whatever the case, whether or not your files were encrypted, you need to remove MarioLocker Ransomware if it got in. Continue reading, and you will learn how to delete this threat. Read more »

Odveta Ransomware

Odveta Ransomware

Odveta Ransomware locks personal victims’ files and marks them with the .odveta extension. Such data can only be opened if it is decrypted first. Unfortunately, the malicious application’s developers do not provide decryption tools free of charge. In exchange, they should ask to receive a particular sum in Bitcoins. The malware’s ransom note does not say how much cybercriminals wish to get, but whatever the sum could be, we advise thinking carefully before deciding if you should pay it or not. There is always a risk that hackers may not hold on to their end of the deal. Before you choose anything, we advise getting to know this malware better by reading our full article. Also, if you decide you want to remove Odveta Ransomware manually, we recommend checking the deletion steps available below this text. Read more »

IconDown

IconDown falls under the classification of Trojans. Such malicious applications can enter a system without any permission and without being detected. Cybersecurity specialists suspect that this threat was created by a group of hackers known as BlackTech. Since these cybercriminals seem to be concentrated on cyber-espionage in Asia, it is likely that their newest threat might be used to attack systems of various institutions to obtain highly valuable information. If you want to learn more about it, we encourage you to read our full blog post. Also, users who are interested in learning how to erase IconDown manually should check the instructions we provide below this article. If you have any questions about the Trojan or its removal, feel free to leave us a message in the comments area. Read more »

Afrodita Ransomware

Afrodita Ransomware

Afrodita Ransomware is a rather obscure ransomware infection that enters target computers to extort money from their victims. Getting infected by a ransomware can be a devastating experience because not all programs have public decryption tools. Therefore, the best remedy against a ransomware infection is a file back-up. You need to regularly make copies of your data and then back it on either on an external hard drive or a cloud drive.

As for Afrodita Ransomware, this program deletes itself once the file encryption is complete, but there are some leftover files you need to terminate. For that, please scroll to the bottom of this description for manual removal guidelines. Read more »

TurkStatik Ransomware

TurkStatik Ransomware

New file-encrypting threats keep emerging, and TurkStatik Ransomware is one of them. This infection was created with Turkish-speaking Windows users in mind because the message that the attackers introduce to their victims is in Turkish. Does that mean that the infection is likely to be spread via Turkish websites? That is a possibility, but it is most likely that it would be sent via email or by exploiting the existing system or software vulnerabilities. Without a doubt, whenever you are warned that the email you received is spam, you want to be very careful with it. If you can immediately tell that it was sent to you by someone you do not know, you should remove this message without hesitation. However, note that cybercriminals might hijack legitimate accounts to spread malware too. You also want to install all updates in time. Hopefully, you can still protect yourself against the dangerous infection, but if you need to delete TurkStatik Ransomware from your operating system, you should not hesitate to do it as soon as possible. The most important thing is that you do not pay attention to the attackers’ demands. Read more »

SaveTheQueen Ransomware

SaveTheQueen Ransomware is a recently created file-encrypting threat. It is possible that we encountered a test version, which means the malware could still be in development. Our researchers think so because the malicious application does not drop a ransom note. Showing a ransom note is typical behavior for ransomware as such programs are mostly used to extort money from regular home users, businesses, or institutions. Further, we explain how our encountered variant works, how it could be distributed, and how it could be erased if it enters a system. At the end of this text, we also provide deletion steps that show how to remove SaveTheQueen Ransomware manually, although we cannot guarantee the instructions will still work if hackers release a new version of the malware. Read more »