How to remove Rdapdylvb ransomware

Rdapdylvb ransom note:

Dear Management!


We inform you that your network has undergone a penetration test, during which we encrypted
your files and downloaded more than 200 GB of your data (most from your PD), including:


Confidentional documents
Copy of some mailboxes
Accounting
Databases backups
Marketing data


Important! Do not try to decrypt the files yourself or using third-party utilities.
The only program that can decrypt them is our decryptor, which you can request from the contacts below.
Any other program will only damage files in such a way that it will be impossible to restore them.


You can get all the necessary evidence, discuss with us possible solutions to this problem and request a decryptor
by using the contacts below.
Please be advised that if we don't receive a response from you within 3 days, we reserve the right to publish files to the public.


Contact us:
candice.wood@post.cz or candice.wood@swisscows.email


Additional ways to communicate in tox chat
tox id:
83E6E3CFEC0E4C8E7F7B6E01F6E86CF70AE8D4E75A59126A2C52FE9F568B4072CA78EF2B3C97


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Customer service TOX ID: 0FF26770BFAEAD95194506E6970CC1C39 5B04159038D785DE316F05CE6DE67324C6038727A58
Only emergency! Use if support is not responding

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove Rdapdylvb ransomware.

What is Rdapdylvb ransomware?

Rdapdylvb is a new ransomware program in the Snatch family. It encrypts the data on infected computers, and then proceeds to demand ransom for its decryption. After encrypting the files, the virus gives them .rdapdylvb file extension. This is the origin of the virus’s name.
Rdapdylvb ransom note can be read on the image above; it is a simple text file named “HOW TO RESTORE YOUR FILES.TXT”. The note makes it abundantly clear that the hackers behind Rdapdylvb intended to target companies, and only companies. The hackers do not mention how much money they want for the files; when targeting high-profile targets, the criminals find it more beneficial to negotiate.
Of course, nothing stops Rdapdylvb from infecting ordinary people’s computers as well, by accident. And hackers who target companies will likely not bother negotiating with individuals, or demand unreasonably high amounts of money.
One solution to this problem is to avoid contacting the hackers at all. There are several ways to remove Rdapdylvb and decrypt .rdapdylvb files without their involvement. Read the guide below to learn about options available to you.

How to remove Mzop ransomware

What is Mzop ransomware?

Mzop is an illegal computer program that matches the classification of ransomware. To be considered ransomware, a virus needs to encrypt the files on the infected computer with the intention of demanding money for their decryption, and this is exactly what Mzop does.
Mzop belongs to the STOP/Djvu family of ransomware. It is a group of viruses created using the same template; as a result, they’re all very similar to each other. Mzqw is a recent example of another virus in this family; you may compare the two, if you wish to see the extent of their similarity.
Encrypting the files is not the only action performed by Mzop. It also renames them; every encrypted file receives .mzop file extension. The virus also creates a ransom note named “_readme.txt” to let the victim know the hackers’ demands.
As with every other STOP/Djvu strain, Mzop demands almost a thousand US dollars; more specifically, $980. This price is slashed in half if the victim pays quickly, but that’s still $490. If you’re not willing to pay this much, you should read the guide below. It will teach you several ways to remove Mzop ransomware and decrypt .mzop files without paying the criminals.

How to remove BoY ransomware

BoY ransom note:

ATTENTION!!!


All your files have been encrypted!
Files can only be decrypted with the keys that have been generated for your PC!
The amount you have to pay to get the keys is 0.06 Bitcoin
We do not accept another payment method!


This is where you need to send bitcoin:
bc1q6x4kev9pefay37uctaq9ggqmxrg7a6txn2tanf


After sending, contact us at this email address: boyka@tuta.io
With this subject: [REDACTED]


Use the sites below to quickly buy bitcoin
www.localbitcoins.com
www.paxful.com


Another list of sites can be found here:
https://bitcoin.org/en/exchanges


After confirming the payment, you will receive a tutorial and the keys for decrypting the files.

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove BoY ransomware.

What is BoY ransomware?

BoY is a harmful program classified as ransomware by security experts. That is because it encrypts the files on victims’ computers and then demands money for decryption. BoY belongs to the Xorist ransomware family, and behaves similarly to other Xorist viruses (e.g. ZeRy).
When BoY encrypts the victims’ files, it also renames them. This is done to make sure that the attack is perceived as an attack, not dismissed as a computer glitch. All encrypted files receive .BoY file extension. This is how the virus got its name; encrypted files’ extension is the best distinguishing feature of most ransomware programs.
To communicate their demands, the hackers behind the virus made BoY leave a ransom note, “HOW TO DECRYPT FILES.txt”, pictured above. Additionally, the virus creates a pop-up window, which contains the same text as the note.
The hackers demand 0.06 BTC; at the date of writing, this is equal to 1250 US dollars. Quite expensive, isn’t it? Don’t worry, though. The guide below contains several ways to remove .BoY ransomware and decrypt .BoY files, which you can use if you can’t afford the payment. That said, you’re advised not to pay the hackers even if you can afford it; after all, they might simply take your money and disappear.

How to remove Mzqw ransomware

What is Mzqw ransomware?

Mzqw is a malicious program that falls under the ransomware category. It belongs to the STOP/Djvu family, which includes many other viruses such as Poqw and Zouu. The viruses are highly standardized; as a result of this, they strongly resemble each other.
As a ransomware program, Mzqw follows a predictable attack pattern. It encrypts the victims’ files, gives them .mzqw file extension, and creates a ransom note outlining the hackers’ demands. The note can be read on the image above.
The hackers order their victims to pay $980 for decryption. Those who pay within three days after attack are eligible for a “discount”; they have to pay $490. That is because the criminals don’t want their victims to hesitate or to think, they want them to pay as quickly as possible.
But if you do pause and think, you will realize that $490 is still quite a lot. Maybe you think that your files are worth it, but even then, paying the hackers carries a risk. They can disappear with your money and not decrypt anything, or attack you again some time later.
This is why you should consider alternate ways to remove Mzqw ransomware and decrypt .mzqw files. The guide below lists a few such methods.

How to remove GOGO ransomware

GOGO ransom note:

All your files have been encrypted!


All your files have been encrypted due to a security problem with your PC. If you want to restore them, write us to the e-mail; gotocompute@tutanota.com
Write this ID in the title of your message : [REDACTED]
In case of no answer in 24 hours write us to theese e-mails: gotoremote@onionmail.org
You have to pay for decryption in Bitcoins. The price depends on how fast you write to us. After payment we will send you the decryption tool that will decrypt all your files.


Free decryption as guarantee
Before paying you can send us up to 1 file for free decryption. The total size of files must be less than 1Mb (non archived), and files should not contain valuable information. (databases,backups, large excel sheets, etc.)


How to obtain Bitcoins
The easiest way to buy bitcoins is LocalBitcoins site. You have to register, click 'Buy bitcoins', and select the seller by payment method and price.
https://localbitcoins.com/buy_bitcoins
Also you can find other places to buy Bitcoins and beginners guide here:
http://www.coindesk.com/information/how-can-i-buy-bitcoins/


Attention!
Do not rename encrypted files.
Do not try to decrypt your data using third party software, it may cause permanent data loss.
Decryption of your files with the help of third parties may cause increased price (they add their fee to our) or you can become a victim of a scam.

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove GOGO ransomware.

What is GOGO ransomware?

GOGO is a ransomware-type virus; a program that engages in the malicious practice known as digital ransom. There are many resources written about ransomware, as it is a very harmful practice that affects everyone, from individuals to large industries.
Consult this article by National Cyber Security Centre of the United Kingdom if you want to know more about ransomware in general; this article will focus on GOGO virus in particular.
GOGO belongs to VoidCrypt ransomware family, alongside RYKCRYPT, Zendaya, and many other viruses. They are generally similar to each other, which is why there’s so many of them.
GOGO’s main distinguishing feature is .GOGO file extension. Files encrypted by the virus get renamed: a unique ID and the hacker’s e-mail both get added to the old file name, and so does the aforementioned file extension. GOGO’s ransom note, on the other hand, is not unique. It is named “unlock-info.txt” and can be read on the image above.
NCSC doesn’t recommend paying the hackers, and neither do we. It is risky; you don’t know whether you’ll get your files back or not. Some alternatives solutions are listed in the guide below. It will explain how to remove GOGO ransomware and decrypt .GOGO files without paying the criminals.

How to remove STEEL ransomware

STEEL ransom note:

!!!All of your files are encrypted!!!
To decrypt them send e-mail to this address: codeofhonor@tuta.io.
If we don't answer in 24h, send messge to telegram: @Stop_24

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove STEEL ransomware.

What is STEEL ransomware?

STEEL is a ransomware program, which is to say, a virus designed to encrypt your files. Why would it do that? Because encrypted files cannot be viewed or edited, allowing the hackers to demand money for their decryption. You can think of it as having your files stolen and paying to get them back, though it’s not a perfect analogy.
STEEL belongs to the Phobos ransomware family; other viruses in this family include Faust and Worry. They’re all rather similar to each other.
After encrypting the files, STEEL renames them. The victim’s unique ID, the hacker’s contact address, and .STEEL file extension all get added to the end of each file’s name. The next step the virus takes is the creation of the ransom note. There’s actually two of them in STEEL’s case, “info.hta” and “info.txt”.
The former note is a pop-up, and is somewhat more verbose, while the latter is a simple text file that is on the brief side. You can read it on the image above.
The hackers do not specify their demands, only their contact information, so we cannot tell you how much money they want. But it’s likely a lot, and they might not even decrypt your files afterwards. This is why you should read our guide and learn about other ways to remove STEEL ransomware and decrypt .STEEL files.

How to remove Poqw ransomware

What is Poqw ransomware?

Poqw ransomware is a computer virus that belongs to the STOP/Djvu family. This family includes thousands of ransomware programs; all of them are nearly identical to each other, so it’s easy for them to proliferate. Simply compare Poqw to another virus in the same family, like Pouu, and you will see the similarity for yourself.
The word “ransomware” means a virus that makes money through ransom. This is what Poqw does – it encrypts the files on the victim’s computer and then demands money for their decryption. Encrypting files essentially means password-protecting them. The catch is, you don’t know the password, so the hackers offer to sell it to you. They may refer to it as “the encryption key” or simply “the key”.
Files encrypted by the virus receive .poqw file extension to alert the victim to the attack. More importantly, Poqw also creates a ransom note (“_readme.txt”) with its demands. STOP/Djvu viruses always demand the same thing, 980 US dollars. This price is reduced in half if the victim pays within three days of attack.
However, this is still a lot of money, so learning about other ways to remove Poqw ransomware and decrypt .poqw files may prove beneficial. Several such ways can be found in the guide below.

How to remove Pouu ransomware

What is Pouu ransomware?

Pouu is a virus designed to encrypt the data of its victims. This is done so that it can demand ransom for the files’ decryption; this type of viruses is known as ransomware. Pouu belongs to the STOP/Djvu virus family, meaning that it’s similar to other such viruses as they share parts of their code.
Generally speaking, ransomware programs rename encrypted files to make their attacks more effective, and create a ransom note to communicate the demands. Pouu is no exception in this regard. It gives the encrypted files .pouu file extension and creates a ransom note named “_readme.txt”. You can read it on the image above.
That said, every STOP/Djvu virus has the same demands, $980 or $490, depending on how quickly the victim pays. As even the “discounted” price is quite high, you may want to consider alternate ways to remove Pouu ransomware and decrypt .pouu files. The note says that it’s not possible to recover the files without paying the hackers, but this is not true. Although they’re not 100% reliable, these methods do exist; read about them in the guide below.

How to remove Nyx ransomware

Nyx ransom note:

if you are seeing this, it means all of your files have been encrypted and uploaded by Nyx Ransomware
but you don't need to be worry about your files you can take back all of them in case of a corporation and following instructions step by step
Otherwise, we can assure you that you won't see your files again.
 
Use these emails to contact us and receive instructions :
 
Main email: datasupp@onionmail.com
 
Secondary email ( in case of no response in 48h)  : recoverdata@msgsafe.io
 
Use the following ID as the title of your email: -
 
Remember, if you try to recover your files through any third-party software, it can cause premature damage to your files, and we can't help you either.
 
Also, you can send up to 3 test files to see if we can decrypt your files.
 
After a while, if we don't receive an email from you, we will leak all of your files and documents in different forums.
 
Besides, be aware of all those middleman services out there; they will waste your time and money.

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove Nyx ransomware.

What is Nyx ransomware?

Nyx is a new virus that operates using the ransomware model. This means that it attempts to generate money by encrypting the files of its victims and then demanding money to decrypt them.
Aside from encryption itself, the virus also performs several other actions. It renames the files it encrypts to make it obvious that they were intentionally encrypted and not simply damaged. A unique ID, the hacker’s e-mail, and .NYX file extension get appended to the end of each file name, in that order. It also creates a ransom note called “READ_ME.txt”. You can read the note on the image above, though it is not particularly informative; the victims are merely instructed to contact the hackers for further instructions.
It is worth noting, however, that the hackers are only willing to deal with corporations. Obviously, that doesn’t mean that normal people can’t become victims, as the criminals have no incentive to care about collateral damage. Thankfully, there are certain methods that you can use to remove Nyx ransomware and decrypt .NYX files without dealing with them. Some of these methods are explained in the guide below.

How to remove RYKCRYPT ransomware

RYKCRYPT ransom note:

All your files have been encrypted!


All your files have been encrypted due to a security problem with your PC. If you want to restore them, write us to the e-mail; encoderdecryption@gmail.com
Write this ID in the title of your message : [REDACTED]
In case of no answer in 24 hours write us to theese e-mails: encoderdecryption@yandex.ru
You have to pay for decryption in Bitcoins. The price depends on how fast you write to us. After payment we will send you the decryption tool that will decrypt all your files.

Free decryption as guarantee
Before paying you can send us up to 1 file for free decryption. The total size of files must be less than 1Mb (non archived), and files should not contain valuable information. (databases,backups, large excel sheets, etc.)

How to obtain Bitcoins
The easiest way to buy bitcoins is LocalBitcoins site. You have to register, click 'Buy bitcoins', and select the seller by payment method and price.
https://localbitcoins.com/buy_bitcoins
Also you can find other places to buy Bitcoins and beginners guide here:
http://www.coindesk.com/information/how-can-i-buy-bitcoins/

Attention!
Do not rename encrypted files.
Do not try to decrypt your data using third party software, it may cause permanent data loss.
Decryption of your files with the help of third parties may cause increased price (they add their fee to our) or you can become a victim of a scam.

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove RYKCRYPT ransomware.

What is RYKCRYPT ransomware?

RYKCRYPT is a recently discovered ransomware virus. It belongs to a group of ransomware known as the VoidCrypt family. Zendaya is another recent example of a VoidCrypt virus.
Like every other ransomware program, RYKCRYPT encrypts the victims’ files so that it can ask money for decrypting them. The affected files are also renamed; each of them now includes a unqiue victim ID, the hacker’s e-mail, and .RYKCRYPT file extension in their name. That is done to ensure that the attack will not be written off as a simple computer malfunction.
The virus communicates its demands through a text file named “unlock-info.txt”. You can read its full text on the image above, although it doesn’t mean that you should; the hackers don’t mention much in terms of valuable information. They want to be paid in BitCoin, but don’t specify how much money they want.
Trying to cooperate with these hackers is not a very good idea. For one, they might not decrypt your files even after receiving payment. Alternatively, they might decrypt your files but then attack you again a few days later.
Thankfully, there are several ways to remove RYKCRYPT ransomware and decrypt .RYKCRYPT files without involving the criminals. Read about them in the guide below.

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