How to Remove Rumba (STOP/Djvu) Ransomware and Recover .rumba Files

A screenshot of Rumba’s ransom note _openme.txt:
ALL YOUR FILES ARE ENCRYPTED
Don't worry, you can return all your files!
All your files documents, photos, databases and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
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You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
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What is Rumba ransomware

Rumba is one of the newest variants of Djvu (STOP) ransomware. Most of the time users get this ransomware onto their computers after downloading software cracks. After getting into the system, Rumba encrypts most files on the computer and upends .rumba extension to them. Rumba leaves ransom notes called _openme.txt in folders with encrypted files. Rumba might also change the hosts.txt file (located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\ folder) on the infected machine: add known sites about computer security and antivirus sites to the list of domains the computer is forbidden from connecting to. Meaning: users won’t be able to access sites they need to get rid of the ransomware. Rumba might create a scheduled task to launch its encryptor at random intervals, to encrypt new files that have been created after the initial infection or files that have been restored from backup. READ MORE

How to Remove Djvu ransomware and decrypt .djvu files

how to remove djvu ransomware

What is Djvu ransomware


Professional users are aware of viruses such as extortionists. Djvu ransomware refers specifically to this type of virus. Djvu ransomware, also known as djvu files virus, is a very risky computer infection which modifies the Windows Registry. According to some information, this virus links with Stop Ransomware, because it shows the _openme.txt message, that gives an invasion and requires unlock files by contacting with us giving before this email helphadow@india.com or restorejvu@firemail.com to discuss the price of the decryptor and even a 50% discount if the answer lasts for 72 hours! There are several versions of djvu ransomware : Djvus virus, Djvuu virus, Uudjvu ransomware, Udjvuq ransomware. The activity of this crypto-extortionist came at the beginning of June 2018. It is focused on English-speaking users, but this does not prevent spreading it around the world. So, if you want to know how to remove djvu ransomware from your computer and decrypt .djvu files, read our article.
The content of the redemption text:
All your important files were encrypted on this computer.
You can verify this by clicking on see files and try to open them.
Encryption was produced using unique public key RSA-4096 generated for this computer.
To decrypted files, you need to obtain the private key.
The single copy of the private key, with will allow you to decrypt the files, is located on a secret server on the internet;
The server will destroy the key within 48 hours after encryption completed.
To retrieve the private key, you need to pay 2 bitcoins IMPORTANT YOU HAVE ONLY 48 HOURS IF U DON'T PAY ALL YOUR FILES WILL BE DELETED!
Bitcoins have to be sent to this address: 15sJ3pT7J6zefRs95SEsfBZMz8jAw1zAbh
After we confirm the payment , we send the private key so you can decrypt your system.
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How to remove Phobos Ransomware and decrypt .phobos files

Phobos Ransomware notes

What is Phobos ransomware

Phobos ransomware it is a dangerous virus that encrypts data and locks stored files, it can also keep them in this state until the ransom is paid. Phobos ransomware refers to such kind of viruses as extortionists. Like any extortionist virus, Phobos ransomware requires a ransom from the user for decrypting files. It is important to note that the developers of this virus go to any means in order to achieve a quick and effective payment from the user. They convince users that the sooner they contact with developers, the lower the decryption cost. They also claim that any attempts to use other tools can lead to irreversible data damage, so users have no choice but to contact the developers. The cost of the purchase can range from $2,000 to $5,000. READ MORE

How to Remove GANDCRAB V5.0 and Recover Encrypted Files

What is GANDCRAB V5.0 ransomware

GANDCRAB V5.0 is the newest variant of notorious GandCrab ransomware. After getting downloaded onto a computer GandCrab encrypts all potentially important files with a strong encryption method and upends a new extension to these files. Unlike previous versions, GandCrab 5 doesn’t use the same file extension for all users and instead generates a random 5-letters extension for each user. Gandcrab 5 creates ransom notes called [encrypted files’ extension]-DECRYPT.txt and [encrypted files’ extension]-DECRYPT.html. Their contents are: READ MORE

How to Remove GANDCRAB V4 and Recover .KRAB Files

How to decrypt .KRAB files and remove Gandcrab v4 virus (KRAB-DECRYPT.txt)

What is Gandcrab v4 ransomware

A new version of Gandcrab ransomware has been spotted in the wild last week; it upends .KRAB extension to encrypted files and leaves decryption notes named KRAB-DECRYPT.txt in every folder. The contents of KRAB-DECRYPT.txt:

—= GANDCRAB V4 =—
Attention!
All your files, documents, photos, databases and other important files are encrypted and have the extension: .KRAB
The only method of recovering files is to purchase an unique private key. Only we can give you this key and only we can recover your files.
The server with your key is in a closed network TOR. You can get there by the following ways:
—————————————————————————————-
| 0. Download Tor browser – https://www.torproject.org/
| 1. Install Tor browser
| 2. Open Tor Browser
| 3. Open link in TOR browser:
| 4. Follow the instructions on this page
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On our page you will see instructions on payment and get the opportunity to decrypt 1 file for free.
ATTENTION!
IN ORDER TO PREVENT DATA DAMAGE:
* DO NOT MODIFY ENCRYPTED FILES
* DO NOT CHANGE DATA BELOW
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How to Remove GANDCRAB V3 and Restore .CRAB Files

What is Gandcrab v3 ransomware

A new version of Gandcrab ransomware has been released recently, called Gandcrab v3. While files encrypted by the first version of Gandcrab have turned out to be decryptable, and a free decryptor has been released by Bitdefender, Gandcrab versions 2, 2.1 and 3 seem more solid, and security researches weren’t able to find vulnerabilities in these ransomware variants so far. That is, no free decryptor for Gandcrab v3 exists and it is not guaranteed that there will be one. However, there are methods of file recovery that may be able to restore some of your encrypted files. READ MORE

How to Remove Cyberresearcher Ransomware and Recover Encrypted Files

What is Cyberresearcher ransomware

Cyberresearcher is a rather new ransomware variant that is believed to be based on a popular open-source ransomware called Hidden Tear. Cyberresearcher upends .CYBERRESEARCHER extension to the files it encrypts, and leaves ransom notes named “READ_IT.html” in every folder. This is the contents of the ransom note:

CYBERRESEARCHER
Your files have been encrypted by CYBERRESEARCHER
Send 2.5 Bitcoins to [bitcoin wallet address]
Your files will be deleted permanently if the Bitcoins are not sent in the next 48 hours READ MORE

How to Remove Zenis Ransomware and Recover Encrypted Files

What is Zenis ransomware

Zenis encrypts files on the infected computer, renaming them to Zenis-[2 random characters].[12 random characters], and leaves ransom notes (Zenis-Instructions.html) in folders with encrypted files. Zenis ransomware has been analyzed by security researchers, and Michael Gillespie (@demonslay335 on Twitter) has found a weakness in the ransomware that allows decryption of files. That weakness is not released publicly lest the ransomware developers find out and fix it. Users who wish to decrypt their files for free can contact Michael Gillespie (however that won’t be quick: there are a lot of victims, and the decryption itself is time-consuming). It is quite possible that Zenis developers will find the weakness and release a new, more secure version of ransomware in the future; in that case you can use this guide to try recovering your files by other methods. READ MORE

How to Remove Sigma Ransomware and Recover Encrypted Files

How to remove Sigma virus and decrypt files

What is Sigma ransomware

Sigma ransomware is distributed via spam emails containing .docx or .rtf attachments with macros embedded. If a user has macros enabled, the script gets executed and downloads ransomware. Unlike most ransomware, Sigma doesn’t add new extensions to encrypted files and just creates ransom notes (ReatMe.txt and ReadMe.html) inside folders that contain encrypted files. At the time of writing no free decryptors exist, and the decryptor that ransomware developers offer in exchange for payment doesn’t work very well, according to users who have paid the ransom. Supposedly the decryptor crashes when encountering certain sorts of files, and some of the files stay encrypted as a result. In addition to decrypting files, there are some methods of file recovery that may or may not work in each particular case. You may follow this guide to remove Sigma and try to recover encrypted files. READ MORE

How to Remove Arrow (CrySiS) Ransomware and Recover .arrow Files

What is Arrow ransomware

CrySiS or Dharma ransomware encrypts files on the infected computer and upends one of several extensions to encrypted files. The newest variant uses .arrow (.[marat20@cock.li].arrow, .[blammo@cock.li].arrow, .[java2018@tuta io].arrow, .[helprestore@cock.li].arrow) extension. Right now there is no free decryptor, and there may never be one. First two variants of CrySiS (.crysis and .dharma) had free decryptors released eventually but none of the later variants (.wallet, .arena, .cesar, .java) have so far. If your files have been encrypted by CrySiS and you don’t have back-ups, your best bet would be to back up encrypted files in case the free decryption tool is released in the future, and meanwhile try some methods of file recovery that may be able to restore at least some of the files. READ MORE

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