AnimusLocker – is a virus of a ransomware type. This kind of viruses are doing pretty much same thing: first they sneak into a user’s system, then they start encryption process; Once the encryption procedure is done, ransomware demand for money for decryption. Encrypted files can’t be used until they are decrypted. The thing is – all the sensitive data is being hit by ransomware, that’s why it is critical to know what to do in such unpleasant situation. First of all, let’s make it clear – there is no guarantee you will get your files back after the payment, a lot of cyber criminals have no idea how to decrypt encrypted data. We recommend you not to pay anything to these people. In this guide you may learn how to remove AnimusLocker ransomware and decrypt .animus files without paying anything.
Crypt000 is a ransomware, that came from Scarab ransomware family. There are a lot of same encoders from Scarab, still it does not make them less harmful or dangerous. This encoder will encrypt personal and sensitive data, then ask for money in return of decryption. Crypt000 may infect a user’s PC through malicious spam, fake updaters and installers. That’s why it is very important to have backup of your files and a proper anti-virus application. We have some of these here though, you may find ransomware protection tools in the end of this article. However, if your computer is already infected with this ransomware, you may learn how to remove Crypt000 ransomware and decrypt .crypt000 files on this page.
Dan@cock.email is a ransomware, that is developed from Scarab ransomware family. There is nothing special about it – cyber criminals from Scarab have been releasing new ransomware viruses monthly all the way from March, 2018. Dan@cock.email have no specific name, that’s why it is named after its extension. It is simple to understand, that cyber criminals want you to contact them via this email. The virus is able to encode all important data on a PC, then it will demand for payment in order to decrypt it. Still, you may remove Dan@cock.email ransomware and decrypt .email@example.com files without paying anything.
KingOuroboros – is a ransomware, that can make all the data on a victim’s computer encrypted. This virus have been started to spread at the end of June, 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 KingOuroboros ransomware, which means all photos, videos, documents and so on are in a perilous predicament. If your computer is infected with KingOuroboros, we recommend you not to pay anything to these cyber criminals, as there is no guarantee that they will ever respond you. Still, you can remove KingOuroboros ransomware and decrypt .king_ouroboros files without paying anything.
BtcKING – is a new ransomware, that was released in June, 2018. It 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. BtcKING ransomware is able to use encryption on all important files, then ask for money to decrypt. In fact, no one can tell for sure if they would decrypt these files. Most of cyber criminals ignore their victims, some of them even have no idea how to decrypt encrypted data. That’s why if your computer is infected with BtcKING ransomware, you should not pay for decryption of your files. Still, you can remove BtcKING ransomware and decrypt .BtcKING files without paying anything.
JungleSec – is a new encoder, that will encode all the personal and important files on a computer, then ask for money to decode them. This type of viruses are called ransomware, as they will demand for ransom. In case you have JungleSec on your computer right now, we should warn you that there is no need to pay these cyber criminals money. They are not going to decrypt files for anyone, even if the payment is done. Still, you may remove JungleSec ransomware and decrypt .JungleSec files without paying anything.
Bomber ransomware is originated from Scarab ransomware family. The developers of this dangerous virus are restless in their dedication to blackmail more and more people, as they keep dropping new versions of ransomware viruses. Bomber ransomware will encode all the data on a user’s computer and claim to pay ransom. Encoding is making all the files on your computer encrypted and unreadable. In case your system is infected with Bomber ransomware, do not hurry to pay for decryption of your personal files, you may remove Bomber ransomware and decrypt .Bomber files without paying anything.
DBGer – is a ransomware, that was developed in the beginning of June, 2018. This encoder is not a brand new virus, it is the one of the newest version of Satan ransomware, that was quite big issue some time ago. Thus we may see that these cyber criminals are eager to generate some more revenue from their victims. Regarding the virus mechanic, DBGer 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 DBGer ransomware, you should not pay for decryption of your files, because cyber criminals are not going to help anyone. Still, you may remove DBGer ransomware and restore .dbger files without paying anything.
Donut ransomware is encryptor, that can encode important files on a computer. Encryption is blocking any access to the file, that’s why ransomware viruses is critical and considered to be very dangerous. If your computer is infected with Donut ransomware, do not rush to pay for decryption of your files, because cyber criminals are not going to decrypt your files. Still, you may remove Donut ransomware and decrypt .Donut files without paying anything.
RedEye – is a fake-encryptor, that will spoil all the personal files on a computer. Cyber criminals behind this virus are responsible for Annabelle ransomware. This ransomware is a very uncommon case, because it would not even encode any files, just spoil them. The virus is not technically encrypt the data, it can not be decrypted, only recovered. It would still add an extension and rename the infected files.