What is KRIPTOVOR?
KRIPTOVOR is a ransomware infection which usually enters the system when users open email attachments sent by cyber criminals. Many computer users do not notice how this threat slithers onto their computers because this infection does that secretly and definitely not ask for a user’s permission. There is one main symptom which shows that KRIPTOVOR has slithered onto your computer – your files are encrypted and you cannot access them. If this has already happened and you even see .JUST extension added to them, there is no doubt that KRIPTOVOR has managed to enter your system. According to the security experts working at anti-spyware-101.com, KRIPTOVOR aims at users living in Russia and even Russian companies. Therefore, it is important to install an antimalware tool on the system before this threat enters the system. If this has already happened, you have to remove KRIPTOVOR ransomware as soon as possible. Unfortunately, you will not be able to do that easily.
How does KRIPTOVOR act?
This ransomware infection will encrypt files with such extensions as .pdf, .cdr, .egg, .p7c, .txt, .bfa, and .ebd and it will leave a file called MESSAGE.txt where you will find the information how to decrypt files. It is very likely that you will be asked to write to email@example.com and then make a payment in order to decrypt them. We definitely do not recommend doing that because it is unlikely that you will receive the decryption key. As can be seen, KRIPTOVOR seeks to obtain money from users; however, our specialists have found out that this infection is interested in user’s personal information as well. According to our experts, KRIPTOVOR installs Backdoor.Protos and some kind of information stealer alongside. This backdoor is used to control computer remotely, whereas the information stealer is used to steal online banking credentials, various logins and passwords, and other confidential information. In addition, cyber criminals can see what you do (e.g. what websites you visit). If you remove KRIPTOVOR, you will put an end to all these bad activities. Therefore, we recommend doing that as soon as possible.
In most cases, computer users install KRIPTOVOR when they open an email attachment. It has been found out that these attachments are usually sent by firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Of course, cyber criminals might use other emails as well, so it is better not to open email attachments sent by unknown senders. If you have already opened an attachment sent by one of the aforementioned emails and then double-clicked to open the PDF file, it is very likely that KRIPTOVOR has managed to enter your system. It is very important to remove this infection as soon as possible.
How to delete KRIPTOVOR
It is impossible to remove KRIPTOVOR ransomware via Control Panel. Luckily, we know what you should do in order to get rid of it. According to the specialists at anti-spyware-101.com, the only way to delete this infection is to scan the system with SpyHunter or another trustworthy antimalware tool. If you do that, malware will disappear from your system very quickly. In addition, a trustworthy tool will protect your PC from future infections that might try to enter your system; however, it has to be emphasized that an antimalware tool will probably not help you to decrypt files, so you will have to restore them from a backup.
How to remove KRIPTOVOR
- Launch your browser.
- Go to http://www.anti-spyware-101.com/download-sph .
- Download SpyHunter and install it on the system.
- Scan your computer in order to remove ransomware infection.
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