Puma – is a crypto-virus, that will run AES encryption algorithms on infected computer. After this process, a victim of this virus will find out that all documents, images, text files, videos, audios and other sensitive and important files can not be accessed or opened anymore because of sophisticated encryption. The files can function normally once they are decrypted, but to make this decryption process happen cyber criminals demand for money ransom. If you got your files encrypted by Puma ransomware, let us warn you – do not pay these people, they are likely to ignore their victims. Still, you may get your files back. Learn how to remove Puma ransomware and decrypt .puma files in this guide.
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Delphimorix! – is a ransomware virus, which means it may cause a lot of headache to any user. In case you are reading this article just because of curiosity – we strongly recommend you not to open any shady spam emails with attachments and keep a proper anti-virus application on your computer. The ransomware can be distributed by hacking through an unprotected RDP configuration, email spam and malicious attachments, fraudulent downloads, exploits, web injections, fake updates, repackaged and infected installers. Delphimorix! ransomware is able to use encryption on all important files. You can use this guide to remove Delphimorix! ransomware and decrypt .Delphimorix! files.
Fire – is a new ransomware, that is developed by very cyber criminals from Dharma ransomware group. They’ve become very active this year as they keep releasing new encoders. The virus is extremely dangerous for any system, it will encrypt all the files on the computer and demand for ransom. The cost of it is quite big, if your computer is infected with Fire ransomware, you should not pay for decryption of your files, because cyber criminals are not going to help anyone. Still, you may remove Fire ransomware and decrypt .Fire files without paying anything.
Seon – is a ransomware, that was detected in November, 2018. Regarding the virus mechanic, Seon will encrypt all the important files and force a user to pay big sum of money in order to decrypt these files. If your computer is infected with Seon ransomware, we should warn you that there is no guarantee that cyber criminals will decrypt your files after the payment. Still, you may use this instruction to remove Seon Ransomware and restore .FIXT files.
Argus Cryptor V1.0 is a dangerous crypto-virus, that is created with the purpose of blackmailing people. The virus is trying to infiltrate victim’s system with the help of trojans, botnets, exploits and infected spam emails attachments. When the virus successfully infiltrates user’s computer, it will immediately run its malicious processes and start the encryption procedure. It will use AES encryption algorithm to encipher all victim’s data, so that these files can not be used or accessed until they are decrypted.
Searchers13.club is a browser hijacker, that may look like a legit browser extension to some users, but don’t let the appearance fool you. Though this application is not quite dangerous for your system, it may still become your headache. Searchers13.club will change your homepage and search engine without your consent. Modified search engine will display a lot of third-party advertisement. This extension will also collect your personal data, like search and browsing history. In this article you may learn how to remove Searchers13.club redirect.
M@r1a is a new ransomware, that came out in the beginning of November, 2018. M@r1a will encrypt victim’s data with AES encryption algorithms, then ask for money in exchange for decoding. In most cases ransomware viruses use vulnerabilities of system: trojans, botnets, exploits, infected spam emails attachments – all these tools may be used to infect your computer. This ransomware will add .mariacbc extension. If your files are enciphered, you may use this guide in order to remove M@r1a ransomware and decrypt .mariacbc files.
.CRYPT – is a ransomware virus, which means it may cause a lot of headache to any user. In case you are reading this article just because of curiosity – we strongly recommend you not to open any shady spam emails with attachments and keep a proper anti-virus application on your computer. The ransomware can be distributed by hacking through an unprotected RDP configuration, email spam and malicious attachments, fraudulent downloads, exploits, web injections, fake updates, repackaged and infected installers. CRYPT ransomware is able to use encryption on all important files. You can use this guide to remove .CRYPT ransomware and decrypt .CRYPT files.
Desktop – is a ransomware, that can make all the data on a victim’s computer encrypted. This virus have been started to spread at the start of November, 2018. When the encryption process is finished, ransomware will demand for money in order to decode all the files. Most of common file types are endangered by Desktop ransomware, which means all photos, videos, documents and so on are in a perilous predicament. If your computer is infected with Desktop ransomware, we recommend you not to pay anything to these cyber criminals, as there is no guarantee that they will ever respond you. Still, you may use this guide to remove Desktop ransomware and decrypt Lock. files.
GlobeImposter 2.0 – is an old and notorious ransomware that was quite disastrous some time ago. For now the developers of this ransomware are trying to come into spotlight once again (and of course earn some dirty money). They did some little changes in the virus. We may see new ransom note and extension they use in encryption. GlobeImposter 2.0 will try to find a way into a victim’s system by using fraudulent downloads, botnets, spam emails attachments (don’t ever open them!). When the virus is in a victim’s system, it will start encrypting procedure and encode all the important files (any type of documents, photos, videos, audio files), then ask for money for decryption. A user can’t use the files until they are decrypted, that’s why a lot of their victims pay for the decryption. We recommend you not to pay cyber crooks as it may result in big money loss, the people behind ransomware viruses are usually ignore their victims. Still, you can remove GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware and decrypt .docx files without paying anything.