How to remove DMA Locker and decrypt !DMALOCK4.0 files

June 2, 2016 Tim Kas 0

DMA-Locker or MadLocker is a ransomware that silently sneaks into your PC and makes it a disaster. After it has found a way to get on your computer, DMA-Locker starts searching the hard drives for important and mostly used files. Alongside with it, the ransomware displays a notification with detailed explanation of what has happened and with instruction for the user. It states that the files were hijacked and encrypted with unique code, which makes them unacceptable without Master Key that can be purchased.

How to remove 777 Ransomware and decrypt .777 files

May 31, 2016 Tim Kas 0

.777 is file extension of files encrypted by recently appeared ransomware called 777 Virus or 777 Ransomware, that targets computers running Windows OS. Malware uses asymmetric encryption and generates two decryption keys (private and public). Hackers ask for ransom of $500 or $1500 to decrypt files. Usually users have to pay in BitCoins. Users need to send an e-mail to to receive message like shown below, with instructions to pay the ransom.

How to remove ENCRYPTED ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files

May 10, 2016 Tim Kas 0

ENCRYPTED is categorized as crypto-virus and ransomware. ENCRYPTED targets .pdf, .doc, .ppt and many other types of files and encrypts them asking for ransom to decrypt. Attributes of ENCRYPTED virus are: ransomware modifies desktop background to the picture that contains instructions to decrypt files, it modifies encrypted files adding .encrypted extension, it creates text file “Read Me (How Decrypt) !!!!.txt” in every folder that contains encrypted files, ENCRYPTED asks ransom between 0.5 – 1.5 BTC (bitcoins) which is around $400.

How to remove CTB-Locker and decrypt .ctb (.ctb2) files

April 28, 2016 Tim Kas 1

CTB-Locker (Curve-Tor-Bitcoin Locker) belongs to the family of ransomware viruses. It is also known as Critroni ransomware. This is also crypto-virus and it uses RSA 2048 encryption to encrypt sensitive files and folders. Usually CTB-Locker encrypts user documents, photos, music and other types of personal information. After this it asks for a ransom in bitcoins (0.3 or $120). CTB-Locker modifies file names and extensions of encrypted files. All affected files get .ctb or .ctb2 extension.