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Csgo Ransomware

Csgo Ransomware

Our researchers believe Csgo Ransomware was made as a joke or it is not yet finished. The reason we think this way is the malware is unable to encipher any data, and there is no message with demands on its pop-up window. Obviously, receiving such a threat that does not cause any damage is somewhat lucky. However, keep it in mind, you might not be so fortunate next time, and if you want to protect your device from malicious programs that could ruin your data or damage the computer, you should strengthen your system and learn about safe browsing habits. We will suggest a few tips further in this report as well as tell you how Csgo Ransomware could enter your system, what it does, and how to remove it. Thus, if you came here to get to know this malware better, we encourage you to review our full report. Read more »

TripleM Ransomware

If you ever find a program known as TripleM Ransomware up and running on your operating system, be sure to execute its complete removal right away. Doing so is absolutely critical because this devious application exhibits extremely malicious inner workings. If you are not familiar with ransomware applications, you should know that they are infamous for their ability to lock enormous amounts of data stored on the affected hard drive. As you can imagine, having an application that functions in such a way could have devastating outcomes, to put it lightly. If you are eager to find out more about this malicious program's complex inner workings, be sure to read the rest of this report. Besides such information, you will also find a few virtual security recommendations that will help you maintain a secure operating system at all times. To help you delete TripleM Ransomware once and for all, we include a comprehensive removal guide. Read more »

Randomlocker Ransomware

Randomlocker Ransomware

Researchers have recently come across malware that seems to be a new ransomware infection. It has been named Randomlocker Ransomware. An in-depth analysis has clearly shown that this infection is still in development, so at the time of analysis, it was nowhere near sophisticated malware that can cause serious problems. Of course, there is a huge possibility that it will evolve into something bigger in the near future, so we highly recommend that you ensure your system’s maximum protection ASAP. We do not expect you to protect your system from malware all alone, but there are many tools that can do this for you available, so you should at least install one of them on your computer. If it happens that you have already encountered the fully-working version of Randomlocker Ransomware, you should hurry to remove this infection from your system right away. Never keep malware active on your computer because it might get updates and cause you even more problems. Read more »

Bkransomware Ransomware

Bkransomware Ransomware

Have you found the “.hainhc” extension attached to your personal files? If you have, it is likely that the devious Bkransomware Ransomware has found its way into your Windows operating system. How did that happen? Did you open a link or a file represented via a misleading email message? Did you download the infection by downloading something else? Do you have no idea where this threat came from? In some cases, it is easy to pinpoint the moment the malicious threat slithers in; however, in other cases, victims never figure that out. If you wish to prevent malware from invading your operating system in the future, we strongly recommend employing trustworthy anti-malware software. It is also important that you yourself act carefully. If you take risks, you are more likely to face malware in the future. Hopefully, you will take this seriously, but, right now, we need to delete Bkransomware Ransomware. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, this malware might be in development at this point, but since there is a possibility that it could jump into action at any point, discussing its removal is crucial. Read more »

Scarab-Oblivion Ransomware

Scarab-Oblivion Ransomware will not miss a chance to lock data on your computer if it ever manages to enter your system. This infection has been designed to extract money from users, so it will surely lock all your valuable files on your PC if it finds a way to affect it. Ransomware infections usually lock victims’ documents and almost all media files. In some cases, they notice that they can no longer access certain programs too because .exe files get encrypted as well. It is hard to say whether Scarab-Oblivion Ransomware will lock all your personal files or not, but we are sure that the majority of them will be no longer accessible. We know there are files you need to access badly among them, but we cannot let you send money to malicious software developers. There are two simple reasons for this. First, you do not know whether cyber criminals will really unlock your files or at least will give you the tool to do this yourself. Second, do you really expect them to stop developing brand new threats when they get all they want? Yes, we think so too. We leave the final decision in your hands, but there is one thing you must do no matter what – delete Scarab-Oblivion Ransomware from your system fully as soon as possible. As long as it stays installed, you might discover even more encrypted files on your computer. It does not start working on system startup, but you might launch it accidentally yourself, and then it will start searching for new files to encrypt again. Read more »

Mc Ransomware

Mc Ransomware

Whether or not you are familiar with Minecraft, you should be surprised when MC Ransomware shows up on your operating system and displays a window with an image from the popular video game. This infection introduces itself to the victims as a ransomware via the title of the window, but the reality is that it does not act like one. Does that mean that it is harmless and that you can ignore it? It certainly does not. Any infection or unfamiliar program that manages to slither in without notice or permission must be investigated and looked at carefully. After analyzing this “ransomware,” our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team has come to a conclusion that it is not dangerous, at the moment, but it could become malicious in the future. Therefore, removing it as soon as possible is recommended. Do not worry if you have no clue how to delete MC Ransomware from your operating system because our malware analysts are here to help. Keep reading, and if you still have questions, post them in the comments area. Read more »

Jabacrypter Ransomware

Have you been introduced to the ransom note of Jabacrypter Ransomware? If you have, this infection has slithered into your operating system and encrypted your personal files. It is unlikely that it has encrypted your system files, but if that has happened, some of the programs installed on your PC might crash, and your computer might be running disorderly. All in all, ransomware infections usually go after personal files, just because the victims are more likely to want to recover them. If you have no backups for your photos, videos, documents, and other sensitive files, you are likely to follow the instructions given to you by cyber criminals, but that is not something Anti-Spyware-101.com research team advises doing. If you pay the ransom, the crooks will take your money, but they are unlikely to help you in return. The promise is that all files would be decrypted if you paid the ransom, but the creator of the threat might be willing to tell you anything just to get your money. We discuss this more in the report, but we focus on the removal of the infection. If you wish to delete Jabacrypter Ransomware too, keep reading. Read more »

Oblivion Ransomware

Oblivion Ransomware is the kind of malware that you do not want to encounter. When it slithers in, it encrypts your personal files, and then it requests for a ransom to be paid in a crypto-currency, Bitcoins. The creator of the infection is using this method to keep their anonymity, and, unfortunately, if you pay the ransom, getting your money back is not possible. Why would you want your money back? Well, considering that it is unlikely that cyber criminals would give you a decryption tool in return, you are likely to want it back. Needless to say, researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com do not advise making the payment. Unfortunately, we do not have good news for you regarding your personal files. Most likely, they are lost, unless, of course, you have backup copies. If this is your situation, go ahead and delete Oblivion Ransomware right away. If your files are not backed up, you probably want more information before you can initiate the removal of this malicious infection. Read more »

Nransom Ransomware

Nransom Ransomware

Nransom Ransomware has been categorized as ransomware, but it slightly differs from ordinary ransomware infections, we have to say. Surprisingly, it does not want users’ money. It locks victims’ screens and then asks them to send 10 nude pictures instead. Do not even think about doing this – you could remove the opened screen from your Desktop yourself even though it does not have X in the top-right corner and cannot be resized or moved. Unlike a bunch of other ransomware infections researchers working at anti-spyware-101.com analyze every day, it does not encrypt a single file on the system. As mentioned, it only opens a window with a message and a picture of the fictional character Thomas the Tank Engine. Because of this, this threat is called a screenlocker. You cannot leave this threat active on your computer even if you have managed to access your Desktop – it is only a question of time when you will find it opened again. The removal of Nransom Ransomware should not be very complicated if you follow our manual removal guide provided right below this paragraph. Read more »

Greystars Ransomware

Greystars Ransomware is not an application that you want to have up and running on your operating system. If you are not familiar with ransomware programs, you must know that they exhibit incredibly malicious inner workings. In most instances, malware developers use such intrusive applications to make quick, illegal profits from unsuspected Internet users. The scheme under which these programs work is quite simple. First, they encrypt a vast amount of data on the affected computer and then demand a ransom in return for decryption services. As you can imagine, having an application that functions in such a way can have disastrous outcomes, to put it lightly. If you are eager to learn more about its intricate functionality, be sure to read the rest of this report. Besides such information, you will find a few virtual security tips along with a comprehensive removal guide, which you should use to delete Greystars Ransomware once and for all. Read more »