How to remove WannaCry ransomware and decrypt .WNCRY files

May 16, 2017 Aleksei Abalmasov 0

WannaCry Ransomware new dangerous encrypting virus, that targets sensitive user files like documents, photos, videos, music and infected more then 250000 machines worldwide. Unfortunately, currently there are no way to restore your files, but there is no point to pay the ransom either, as malefactors never send the key. Threat developers earned more the $50000 in a few days since several hundreds of users paid the demanded amount. There is no information whether they received decryption service or not.

How to remove Matrix Ransomware and decrypt .matrix files

March 20, 2017 Aleksei Abalmasov 0

Matrix is another ransomware-type malware, that can encrypt user documents, photos, music, video, archives and other types of personal files. Virus adds “.matrix” extension to all encrypted files. It also creates matrix-readme.rtf or Readme-Matrix.rtf files with message in Russian and English with instructions to pay the ransom. Developers of Matrix ransomware offers to contact them using following e-mail addresses: bluetablet9643@yandex.ru, matrix9643@yahoo.com or redtablet9643@yahoo.com and demand ransom of about $500 – $1500.

How to remove Spora ransomware and decrypt your files

March 3, 2017 Aleksei Abalmasov 0

Spora Ransomware is file encryption virus possibly originating in Russia. It encrypts user files, documents, photos, videos using RSA encryption. Spora does not rename encrypted files. During the process virus generates private key, that, in turn, encrypted with AES encryption. Spora Ransomware is complex infection and certain efforts needed to break it encryption. Currently antivirus companies are unable to find decryption key, and the only way to restore files infected by Spora is backup.

How to remove PayDay ransomware and decrypt .sexy files

December 20, 2016 Aleksei Abalmasov 0

Payday is a ransomware based on HiddenTear source code and developed by Portuguese hackers. Payday derives its name from popular game of the same name. The purpose of the infection is to deny access to the personal data so it encrypts them using complex AES cipher. At the time of encryption, Payday appends the names of encrypted files with the .sexy extension. Although, the data encryption is a time-consuming process, the users usually don’t notice nothing suspicious. The whole procedure runs in stealth mode. Once encrypted, virus creates HTML file saving it on the desktop.

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