This article is devoted to GlobeImposter 2.0 cryptovirus, which has spread around the world, despite the fact that it was originally sharpened for English-speaking users. GlobeImposter 2.0 is an updated version of GlobeImposter that was previously known. Like the original version, it encrypts user data in various formats, basically the most important files for the user, including office documents, photos, videos, multimedia and more.
DLL CryptoMix is a cryptovirus whose activity occurred in March of this year. Despite the fact that it is aimed at the heads of speaking users, it has spread almost all over the globe. More specifically, this cryptovirus encrypts user data with an algorithm, then changes their extension to .DLL.
A new month has come and new Pacman Ransomware cryptovirus have begun to appear. This is a cryptovirus that comes to the computer and encrypts user data in various formats. This can be a document office, archive, photos, videos and more. The developers have not thought about the name of this cryptovirus for a long time. Therefore, we decided to call it as an old video game. This changes the extension of user files to .encrypted.
This article today is dedicated to Marozka cryptovirus which has become more active in the last couple of weeks of March this year. Like many analogues, it comes to a computer that encrypts user data of various formats, including audio, video, documents, office and much more. Moreover, it changes the extension of the infected files to .Marozka.
SEND.ID.TO is cryptovirus extorting money from users. After it penetrates your system, it encrypts your files in various formats, including Office documents, multimedia, photos, videos and more. Also, it is worth noting that it encrypts user data using a special algorithm AES-256, which makes these files unusable.
Today's article is devoted to RabbitFox cryptovirus that has become very common in the last week. This virus, like many analogues, comes to the computer and encrypts user data of various types, including Office documents, audio, video, multimedia, archives and much more.
Infected with Refols Ransomware? Need to decrypt your files? What is Refols Ransomware Refols Ransomware is a file encryptor, an aggressive form of the virus, that called "Ransomware". Unfortunately, if your files have changed their extensions on refols - you…
Today we will try to describe the Tronas cryptovirus that comes to the computer and encrypts user files of various formats (documents, office, audio, video, archives, multimedia, and so on). It is worth noting that Tronas encrypts files using an algorithm that makes files "stony", in other words, unsuitable for further use.
This article is devoted to Grovas cryptovirus, which has already spread throughout the world, despite the fact that initially it is aimed at English-speaking users. Like other similar threats, it encrypts user files with an algorithm, and also adds the .grovas extension, making these files unusable.
Today's article will be devoted to UNNAM3D cryptovirus which has become popular in the last week of March of this year. Like many similar threats, it encrypts user files with the AES algorithm and then requires a ransom Point. This also changes the extension of the encrypted files to .rar, after which they become unsuitable for further use.