Articles about removing ransomware that blocks Windows or browsers and can encrypt your data and demand ransom.
Reco ransomware is another representative of a large family of STOP cryptoviruses. Like previous versions of STOP viruses, Reco ransomware encrypts user data of various types and formats. Typically, it encrypts photos, video, audio, archives, office documents, and more.
As a preface, we note that the Stop (Djvu) family of cryptoviruses, to which Mike ransomware belongs, practically releases non-stop ransomware cryptoviruses almost non-stop. So, Mike ransomware encrypts user files, as a rule, these are photos, videos, archives, documents and so on.
Xoza ransomware is another representative of a large and very dangerous family of cryptoviruses, known as Stop. Like previous versions of this cryptovirus, Xoza ransomware encrypts user data using a multi-stage algorithm. In addition to encryption, this changes the extension of these files to .xoza