For sure, many users have heard about potentially unwanted programs and viruses. They are really incredibly many and there are a huge number of types and subtypes. However, today we will talk in detail about crypto viruses, in particular, about Pidon crypto virus. Pidon there is a crypto virus coming to the PC unnoticed by the user. This virus is an updated version of the STOP (DJVU) virus.
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...
Infected with GetCrypt Ransomware? Need to decrypt your files? What is GetCrypt Ransomware GetCrypt is a ransomware virus that encrypts user data using an algorithm and then requires contacting them via e-mail to find out information about how to pay…
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 .
Ataware is a cryptovirus affinity with any other cryptovirus is not installed. Like many others, it encrypts user data using AES encryption. Cryptovirus requires a ransom of 500 points, which is an incredibly huge amount. It is worth noting that the cryptovirus became most common in early April 2019 and was originally aimed at users who speak English
Many of us know that cryptovirus are becoming more common among the threats that come to users' computers. However, today we look at unusual cryptovirus. Today we will look at INPIVX Ransomware, which is a kind of base for beginners crypto matte. This is a cryptographer who encrypts user data using 2 algorithms AES+RSA and then demands a ransom of $1,500. The developers of this cryptovirus offer newbies to buy this package, and then Make their changes to its settings and so on.
Infected with Wesker Ransomware? Need to decrypt your files? What is Wesker Ransomware Wesker is a cryptovirus that became most common in May 2019. This is a threat that penetrates the computer imperceptibly for the user and disables the most…
BulbaCrypt HT is a cryptovirus that encrypts user files using the AES algorithm. In addition to encryption, this changes the extension of the attacked files to .crypted, which makes these files unsuitable for further use. Files of various types and formats are encrypted, it can be photos, videos, audio, multimedia, documents, office and so on.