This article will describe Gotcha ransomware virus that has become common lately. This is a cryptovirus that encrypts user data using a double algorithm, and then requires a ransom in bitcoins if the user wants to decrypt their files.
RobinHood HT is a cryptovirus that comes to the computer and encrypts user data of various formats using an algorithm AES. After encryption, the attackers demand a ransom in bitcoins.
DotNoData is a cryptovirus that encrypts user data in various formats, such as documents to the office, audio, video, multimedia, archives, and more. It encrypts files using AES encryption, and then requires a ransom in bitcoins, which can be up to $1,000. Like many other cryptoviruses…
Sodinokibi is a cryptovirus developer of which this cryptovirus targets English-speaking users, however, it has already spread to all points of the globe. Many others, it encrypts user data and requires a ransom of 0.475 to 0.950 bitcoins. Also, unlike similar viruses, it assigns an extension that can change constantly