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Revolution Ransomware

Revolution Ransomware might be one of those malicious programs that sneak into the system without the user noticing anything and ruin various files on the computer just to extort money from its victim. If you are one of these victims, you should continue reading our article and learn more about this harmful threat. Also, users who wish to get rid of the malicious program manually will be happy to learn that below the text we will present a step by step deletion instructions, although we recommend them only for experienced users. Plus, it is important to mention we cannot be one hundred percent sure our prepared steps will work for everyone. As a result, for users who do not have a lot of experience with ransomware or other infections alike, we recommend choosing a legitimate antimalware tool instead. Read more »

QuasarRAT

QuasarRAT is a highly malicious application that falls into the category of Trojans. It was designed to perform a variety of functions that are considered malicious. Therefore, you ought to remove this malicious program as fast as possible before the people that control it do any damage to your system or jeopardize your privacy. In this short description, we will discuss how this program works, how it is distributed and how you can delete it. So, if your PC has become infected with QuasarRAT, then we invite you to read this whole article. Read more »

Vpntop

If your operating system has started overheating and crashing out of the blue, you need to think if maybe Vpntop has slithered into your operating system. If you have downloaded it yourself, it should not be hard for you to find and remove it immediately. Unfortunately, that is not all that needs to be done. In fact, this infection is not the one causing all of the problems. The only task for this threat is to silently download a different program, and that is why we classify it as a Trojan. This additional program that the Trojan downloads is a miner, and it is used to mine Bitcoins. Bitcoins are a virtual currency, which, at the moment, is at a record high with 1 BTC converting to over 5,000 USD. While Bitcoin miners are not exactly dangerous, they are sucking all of the energy out of your operating system to add transactions to the block chain. This, undoubtedly, makes your machine into a zombie that serves one purpose only, and we are sure that you want to use your computer for your own purposes. That is why our Anti-Spyware-101.com malware research team wants to show you how to delete Vpntop. Read more »

Skull Ransomware

There are never enough warnings about programs like Skull Ransomware. It always seems that it can easily happen to someone else, but not to you. However, ransomware programs can easily enter your computer when you expect it the least. When you get infected with such a program, you can easily be forced into paying a huge ransom, but please keep in mind that there is no guarantee these criminals will really restore your files. Thus, your best option right now is to remove Skull Ransomware from your system and then protect your PC from similar intruders using a licensed antispyware tool. Read more »

Client Maximus

Client Maximus is a piece of software that acts in an extremely malicious manner. If you ever discover this devious Trojan up and running on your personal computer, you must take immediate action to remove it completely. It is critical to do that since this malware is designed to steal your online banking information. It is not hard to imagine that having this Trojan up and fully running on your personal computer could have disastrous outcomes, to put it lightly. Since most users that get hit by this intrusive program lack knowledge regarding virtual security, our malware experts have compiled a few tips that will help you keep your operating system clean and secure at all times. Additionally, we provide in-depth information about the complex inner works of this malicious Trojan. Besides all of that, we also include a comprehensive removal guide that will help you delete Client Maximus in the quickest way possible. Read more »

Blackmist Ransomware

Blackmist Ransomware

According to our cybersecurity specialists, Blackmist Ransomware is still in development, but an unfinished version has been reported to have been released. If your PC were to become infected with it, then you ought to remove it without hesitation because there is no free decryption key available. Furthermore, the criminals threaten to delete your files if you do not pay that ransom the criminals ask you to. It can encrypt many of your personal files, block your browser from launching, and so on. For more details, please read this whole article. Read more »

CypherPy Ransomware

CypherPy Ransomware

CypherPy Ransomware appears to be a newly created file-encrypting malware that may work on devices running either Windows or Linux. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com report the threat can affect videos, text documents, various archives, executable files, pictures, photos, and so on. It means if the malicious application enters your system it can ruin your personal data. Of course, it can be quickly recovered if the user prepared backup copies in case of such emergency. Just before attempting to transfer the unaffected copies, for safety reasons we would recommend erasing the malware first. The removal steps available below the report can help you complete this task, although if you wish to be one hundred percent sure CypherPy Ransomware is gone it might be waise to do a full system check-up with a legitimate antimalware tool instead. However, there is no need to decide right away as for starters we invite you to read the text and learn more about this file-encrypting application. Read more »

Technicy Ransomware

Technicy Ransomware

We want to inform you about a new ransomware-type computer infection called Technicy Ransomware that belongs to the Hidden-Tear ransomware family. It uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to encrypt your personal files. The cybercriminals do not ask you to pay money for a decryption key as the ransom note contains no links or instructions. Therefore, all you can do is remove this program and wait for a free decryption tool to be produced by the cybersecurity industry. Read more »

HappyCrypter Ransomware

Remember the name of a harmful infection that might enter your system one day and encrypt your files – HappyCrypter Ransomware. It was not distributed actively at the time of writing, but everything might change soon, so we cannot guarantee that you are safe. If this infection ever enters your computer, it will definitely try to obtain money from you. It is the reason it encrypts users’ files upon the entrance too. Do not send a cent to cyber criminals even if the ransom note tells you that it is the only way to restore the encrypted data because you might be left without your files and money. To put it differently, there are no guarantees that you could unlock your files even if you pay a ransom, so do not send a cent to the author of HappyCrypter Ransomware, and, instead, erase this ransomware infection from your system completely. We cannot promise that you could unlock those files it has encrypted for free, but there is one way to get those encrypted files back – you could restore them all from a backup. Of course, before you take any action, you must delete the ransomware infection fully so that fixed files would not be locked again. Read more »

CyberDrill Ransomware

CyberDrill Ransomware

If you ever find a program that is known as CyberDrill Ransomware active on your personal computer, do not hesitate and conduct its complete removal right away. Keeping this malicious application up and running on your personal computer is dangerous, to put it lightly. Ransomware programs are infamous for their malicious functionality; right upon intrusion, they can encrypt large numbers of files without any authorization or notification. As you can imagine, such harmful functionality could lead to disastrous outcomes. Since the recent outburst of ransomware applications does not seem to be stopping anytime soon, in our article, we provide a few virtual security recommendations that will improve your overall virtual security. We also include further information about the inner workings of CyberDrill Ransomware along with its comprehensive removal guide that will help you delete it without encountering any major problems. Read more »