Pico is another cryptovirus, extorting money from users. it encrypts most of the user files of various formats, such as office documents, PDF files, archives, photos and video files and much more. In addition, the cryptovirus changes file extensions, adding .pico and then, of course, these files become unusable.
In this article, we will talk about the next crypto-extortionist, namely Xlockr. This cryptovirus is aimed at English-speaking users but has already spread around the world and its greatest activity is marked by the end of July this year. Like similar cryptoviruses, Xlockr encrypts user files using AES and changing its extention to .xlockr.