CreamPie is another cryptovirus that encrypts user files of different formats using AES algorithm. The beginning of the activity of the crypto-hijacker was detected in August of this year, however, the virus spreads more and more all over the world. It encrypts documents office, archives, PDP, media files (video, audio, photo) and others.
AlldataLocker is another crypto extortionist from the zip-7zip-rar family, developed by Indian intruders. The most widespread was in September this year. Like other analogs, AlldataLocker uses the AES encryption algorithm, but in addition, the virus packs files into the archive and changes the file extension to .Lock.
Xtconnect.com is another copy of relatively known browser virus called Airfind. Xtconnect has the same features, like other Airfind mirrors. Firstly, Xtconnect.com changes default search engine by own one, but unlike others hijackers, it targets mostly mobile devices. Then it starts to analyze statistical data about user preferences, by collecting information about visited sites and overall time, which user spend browsing.
Favor1t.com is another type of adware that is part of potentially unwanted programs. Like similar malware, it comes in the form of browser extensions and steals all browsers installed on your system. For example, Chrome, Mozilla, IE, Edge, and others. Favor1t.com is a product aimed at distributing advertising content.
Mimicry Ransomware, also known as ShivaGood Ransomware, is another cryptovirus, extorting money from users. As with similar extortion programs, this encrypts data on the user's computer, which can represent one or another value. It can be office documents, PDF files, video and audio files, multimedia and so on. Of course, these files become useless after encryption.