XiaoBa 2.0 ransomware is a crypto-virus, that has developed from an older version of XiaoBa ransomware. The virus is encrypting all victim’s data and ask for money to decode them so that a victim may use these files again. Interesting fact: the developers of XiaoBa 2.0 ransomware have truly worldwide ambitions – their ransom note contains 20 available languages, including Chinese as the first one (possibly means that cyber criminals operate from China), English, German, Russian. This ransomware is trying to infiltrate victim’s system by using fake Adobe Flash Player installer, it may also use variety of methods like spam emails attachments, botnets, fraud downloads and so on. In case you have this virus on your computer, you can use this guide to remove XiaoBa 2.0 Ransomware and decrypt .XIAOBA files.
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Bin 2 is the newer version of Bin ransomware from Scarab ransomware developers. This ransomware works quite the same way as an older one: it will search for vulnerabilities in a victim’s system in order to use them and infect a PC. Once it is in a system, it will encode all the personal files so that a user unable to use them anymore. To get control over these files, a victim have to pay to the cyber crooks for decryption. In case your PC infected with this ransomware, we recommend you to use this guide to remove Bin 2 ransomware and decrypt .bin2 files.
Desu ransomware is a crypto-virus, that will encode all the files on a victim’s PC and blackmail for ransom money. It works quite the same way as any other ransomware. Their scheme is to break into victim’s system, block anything that may stop the virus, do the encryption process, then ask for payment to fix the issue like they are offering some kind of legitimate service and some lifesavers. The thing is, a lot of people do pay to cyber crooks, because encrypted files (all the photos, audios, videos, any type of documents and so on) can’t be used until they are decrypted. But, unfortunately, there are a lot of cases where cyber criminals do not help their victims, even if they pay up. If your computer is infected, learn how to remove Desu ransomware and decrypt .desu files in this user-friendly guide.
SHRUG – is a new ransomware, that was released in July, 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. SHRUG 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 SHRUG ransomware, you should not pay for decryption of your files. Still, you can remove SHRUG ransomware and decrypt .SHRUG2 files without paying anything.
GameOver Virus – is a ransomware, that has one quite unique feature. It will not ask a victim to pay ransom, so basically we can call this virus “ransomware” only because of the way it works. GaveOver Virus ransomware will use any vulnerabilities to sneak into victim’s computer. Once it is in the system, the virus will start encryption of the files, and when it is finished a user will see lock-screen window with the message. Nobody can tell why this kind of viruses exist, it would not even generate any profit to someone. Still, if you have this ransomware on your computer, you may learn how to remove GameOver Virus and restore .gameover files in this article.
LanRan2.0.5!Demonstration is a new crypto-virus, that will encipher vulnerable data like images, audios, texts, documents (you may find more detailed list of vulnerable to this ransomware files below) and blackmail a victim. Cyber crooks will offer their “decryption” service in exchange for big sum of money. More than that, there is no guarantee that they will help their victim. If you have this crypto-virus on your computer, use this guide to remove LanRan2.0.5!Demonstration ransomware and restore .LanRan2.0.5!Demonstration files without paying anything.
Predator The Cipher – is an encoder, that has been discovered in the beginning of July, 2018. The workflow of this crypto-virus is quite similar to other ransomware threats. First of all, it will try to find the way to sneak into a victim’s PC, it will use any unprotected connections and vulnerabilities of a system. Then, if it gets onto victim’s computer, it will immediately take control and start malicious processes, one of them is encryption procedure. Encrypting of infected files would not take much time. When the files are encoded they would not be accessible in any possible way. So, in order to be able to use infected files again, a victim need to pay money ransom, in this particular case it is 100$. We recommend you not to pay anything, as there are no guarantees of getting your files back. If you have this crypto-virus on your computer, use this guide to remove Predator The Cipher ransomware and restore .predator files without paying anything.
5/5 (1) What is XeroWare ransomware XeroWare – 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,...
CryptoLite is a crypto-virus, that is able to run encryption process on all important files. When the encoding procedure is done, a victim will not be able to open any of the infected files – MS Office documents, PDF, photos, videos, audio files and so on. To decrypt these files cyber criminals who are in charge of CryptoLite ransomware will ask a victim to pay big sum of money. By the way, let us warn you – there is not guarantees that these people will help a victim after the payment of a ransom. In case you got your computer infected with this virus, use this instructions in order to remove CryptoLite ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files.
Meduza ransomware is a new crypto-virus, that was reported on July 9, 2018. Meduza ransomware is trying to sneak into a victim’s computer by using malicious spam email attachments (never open attachments from suspicious emails!) and malicious macros in the Microsoft Office Suite. Then the ransomware will generate temporary files in the AppData directory and use AES encryption algorithm on a victim’s data. Once the encoding process is over, a victim will find out that the files can’t be opened anymore: work documents, any other texts, presentations, photos, videos, databases. Cyber criminals will offer their service in order to decrypt victim’s files. If you got your PC infected with this virus, use this guide to remove Meduza ransomware and decrypt [email@example.com].meduza files.