How to remove BlackByteNT ransomware

BlackByteNT ransom note:


All your files have been encrypted, your confidential data has been stolen,
in order to decrypt files and avoid leakage, you must follow our steps.

1) Download and install TOR Browser from this site:
2) Paste the URL in TOR Browser and you will be redirected to our chat with all information that you need.
3) If you read this message thats means your files already for sell in our Auction.
   Everyday of delaying will cause higer price. after 4 days if you wont connect us,  
   We will remove your chat access and you will lose your chance to get decrypted

Warning! Communication with us occurs only through this link, or through our mail on our Auction.
We also strongly DO NOT recommend using third-party tools to decrypt files,  
as this will simply kill them completely without the possibility of recovery.
I repeat, in this case, no one can help you!


Your Key to access the chat: [REDACTED]

Find our Auction here (TOR Browser): [REDACTED]

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove BlackByteNT ransomware and decrypt .blackbytent files.

What is BlackByteNT ransomware?

BlackByteNT ransomware, also known as BlackByte v3 ransomware, is the latest virus released by the infamous BlackByte ransomware group. Designed to attack primarily large companies, this virus may nonetheless find its way into the computers of regular folks.
Like all ransomware, BlackByteNT encrypts files with the aim of demanding money for decryption. In this case, the hackers also threaten to release corporate secrets: the victim is informed that their files are selling on auction in the dark web.
Files encrypted by BlackByteNT ransomware are renamed. Their names are replaced with random gibberish, while their extensions are replaced with “.blackbytent” file extension. The ransom note, meanwhile, is called “BB_Readme_[RANDOM].txt”, where “[RANDOM]” is a string of eight random numbers and letters. You may read the ransom note on the image above, however, it does not contain any valuable information such as ransom amount. The hackers simply threaten the victim and give them a few dark web links to follow.
Governments all around the world advise against paying the ransomware criminals, as it only results in further attacks. And an individual whose computer has been infected with BlackByteNT by accident will not be able to pay either way. So, you need another way to remove BlackByteNT ransomware and decrypt .blackbytent files. Read the guide below to learn about your options.

How to remove WiKoN ransomware

WiKoN ransom note:


All your files have been encrypted
And their decryption will cost you 0.05 bitcoin.

To start the decryption process follow the steps below

Step 1) Make sure you send 0.05 bitcoin to this wallet:

Step 2) Contact me at this email address:
With this Subject: [REDACTED]

After the payment has been confirmed,
you will receive the decryptor and the keys for decryption!

Other information:

If you don't own bitcoin, you can buy it here very easily

You can find a larger list here:

If the payment is not made in 2 days, I will consider that you do not want to decrypt your files,
and therefore the keys generated for your PC will be permanently.deleted.

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove WiKoN ransomware and decrypt .WiKoN files.

What is WiKoN ransomware?

WiKoN is a new malicious program that encrypts files on your computer. Viruses that act like this are known as ransomware, because the point of encrypting the files is to demand ransom for the decryption.
WiKoN virus performs several other actions. First, it renames encrypted files, giving them .WiKoN file extension. Second, it creates a ransom note called “HOW TO DECRYPT FILES.txt”. You can read its text on the image above. Third, it changes the desktop wallpaper to a black image that contains the same text as the ransom note.
The note is, obviously, the most important of these three. It contains the hacker’s contact information, and mentions how much money the hacker wants: 0.05 BitCoin. And that’s a lot of money! As of 04/04/2023, 0.05 BTC is equal to 1414 USD. And although cryptocurrency exchange rates are not exactly stable, it’s unlikely that the price of BitCoin will fall so much as to make the decryption affordable.
Very few people are willing to give fourteen hundred dollars to a criminal in hopes that the criminal will return their files. Thankfully, there are other ways to remove WiKoN ransomware and decrypt .WiKoN files. Read the guide below and learn about them.

How to remove D7k ransomware

D7k ransom note:

For Real man you are a developer and got hacked in this way????
if you want to get your data back send me 500$ on this
bitcoin wallet: bc1qwe5qxdj7aekpj8aeeeey6tf5hjzugk3jkax6lm

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove D7k ransomware.

What is D7k ransomware?

D7k is a malicious program in the ransomware category. This means that this virus makes money by encrypting the files on the infected computer, then asking the victim to pay money for decryption.
Each file encrypted by the virus receives .D7k extension; indeed, this is how the virus got its name. This means that a file called “image.png” would be renamed to “image.png.D7k” after encryption.
D7k also creates a ransom note; a text file named “note.txt” that contains instructions for the victim. This very brief note (see image above for full text) states that the victim must send $500 to a certain BitCoin address if they want their files to be decrypted.
As hackers provide no contact information, it is unlikely that the claim the note makes is true. Chances are, you will not receive your files even if you choose to pay. Of course, many people wouldn’t even consider this course of action, as $500 is quite a high price.
For these reasons, many people want to know whether it’s possible to remove D7k ransomware and decrypt .D7k files without paying the hacker. The answer is yes; there are several options you can pursue. Read the guide below for more information.

How to remove Hairysquid ransomware

What is Hairysquid ransomware?

Hairysquid is a harmful program (a virus) that falls under the ransomware classification. This category of viruses encrypt all files on the infected computer and demand money to decrypt them. Some of them also make additional threats, such as leaking your private information on the internet; Hairysquid ransomware, however, does not.
Most ransomware viruses rename the files they’ve encrypted, and Hairysquid is not an exception. Files encrypted by this virus have .Hairysquid file extension (which is where the name of the virus comes from). To illustrate, a file called “image.png” would be renamed to “image.png.Hairysquid”.
The virus also creates a text file called “READ_ME_DECRYPTION_HAIRYSQUID.txt”. This file is a ransom note; it contains the hackers’ demands and their contact information. You can read the text of the note on the image above. However, it is rather long, so we also wrote a summary.
The hackers do not tell the victim how much they will have to pay; they state that the price is based on how many “office files” were encrypted. But the note does say that they expect to be paid in BitCoin.
You should know, however, that paying the hackers is not your only option. Read the guide below to explore other ways to remove Hairysquid ransomware and decrypt .Hairysquid files.

How to remove Skynet ransomware

What is Skynet ransomware?

Skynet is a ransomware virus in the MedusaLocker family. Viruses of this type make money by encrypting all of your files and then demanding money for decryption.
Each files encrypted by this ransomware receives a new extension: .Skynet file extension. So, a file that previously had a name “document.txt” would be called “document.txt.Skynet” after encryption. This can help you identify the virus, however, you should note that there are other viruses that use the same name.
You should check both the file extension and the ransom note to verify that you’ve been infected with this specific ransomware. In our case, the note is called “Instructions for decryption.txt”; its text can be found on the image above. To summarize, the note reveals that Skynet ransomware targets companies and not individuals. The hackers do not mention how much money they want; since they target businesses, they likely intend to negotiate.
Contacting the hackers is a bad idea in general, since they often demand a lot of money and don’t always decrypt the files after payment. There are several alternatives, however. Read the guide below and learn how to remove Skynet ransomware and decrypt .Skynet files without dealing with these criminals.

How to remove Sus ransomware

Sus ransom note:

All of your files have been encrypted
Your computer was infected with a ransomware virus.
Your files have been encrypted and you won't be able to decrypt them without our help.
What can I do to get my files back? You can buy our special decryption software, this software will allow you to recover all of your data and remove the ransomware from your computer.

The price for the Decryption software is $100. Payment can be made in Bitcoin only.

How do I pay, where do I get Bitcoin?
Purchasing Bitcoin varies from country to country, you are best advised to do a quick google search
yourself  to find out how to buy Bitcoin.

Many of our customers have reported these sites to be fast and reliable:
Coinmama -
Bitpanda -
MoonPay -

Payment Amount: $100
Payment Mode: BTC / Bitcoin
Bitcoin Address:  17CqMQFeuB3NTzJ2X28tfRmWaPyPQgvoHV

This is the end of the note. The guide below will explain how to remove Sus ransomware and decrypt .sus files.

What is Sus ransomware?

Sus is a new malware program. Specifically, it is a ransomware; a virus that encrypts all files on a computer and demands money for decrypting them. It belongs to the Chaos ransomware family.
Files encrypted by this virus receive .sus file extension, providing an easy way to identify the malware. In practice, this means that a file named “picture.jpg” would be called “picture.jpg.sus” after encryption. In File Explorer, these files would show up as having “SUS File” type.
After encrypting the files and renaming them, Sus virus creates a ransom note, a text file called “read_it.txt”. This file contains the hackers’ demands and their BitCoin wallet address. The demands are very simple: one hundred US dollars, paid in BitCoin. However, it contains no contact information.
We strongly advise you not to pay the ransom. Without any way to communicate with the hackers, there’s no way for you to receive any decryption program, either. Chances are, you will not get your files back even after payment. This is why you should follow our guide instead. It will explain how to remove Sus ransomware and decrypt .sus files.

How to remove Jywd ransomware

What is Jywd ransomware?

Jywd is a malicious program that infects computers via hacked websites, phishing links, shady e-mail attachments, and other channels. This program is classified as ransomware, a category of viruses that encrypt data on the victim’s computer and demand money for its decryption.
Jywd belongs to the STOP/Djvu ransomware family; all viruses in this family are made from the same template, and are very similar to one another as a result. For example, all of them give encrypted files a new four-letter extension. This virus gives them .jywd file extension, and was named after it. STOP/Djvu viruses also have the same ransom note and the same demands.
The note in question is called “_readme.txt”. You can read its text on the image above. However, reading the entirety of the note is unnecessary, since the demands can be easily summarized. The hackers want 980 US dollars in ransom, though victims that contact them quickly (within three days of infection) are given a 50% discount.
But $490 is still a lot of money, and the hackers might not even decrypt your files after payment (this happens quite often). This is why we advise you to follow our guide instead. It will explain how to remove Jywd ransomware and decrypt .jywd files without paying the criminals.

How to remove Jypo ransomware

What is Jypo ransomware?

Jypo is a computer virus that matches the definition of ransomware. It belongs to the STOP/Djvu family of ransomware.
Like all ransomware programs, Jypo encrypts files so that it can demand money for decryption. Once encrypted by the virus, the files receive .jypo file extension and cannot be accessed in any way. The hackers behind the virus hope that their virus would encrypt some valuable files, like work documents, so that the victim would be willing to pay to restore them.
That said, you must value your files very highly to even consider paying these criminals. In the ransom note left by the virus, called “_readme.txt”, the hackers mention that they want $980 or $490 for decryption (the price depends on how quickly the victim pays). And while some people would be willing to pay half a grand to recover their data, most of us don’t have anything that valuable.
Thankfully, there are several ways to remove Jypo ransomware and decrypt .jypo files without paying the criminals, and we recommend that you learn about them. The article below lists several such ways, so it’s a good place to start.

How to remove Tyos ransomware

What is Tyos ransomware?

Tyos is a ransomware-type virus in the STOP/Djvu family. This may not explain much, so here’s a more detailed explanation.
Ransomware is a type of viruses that encrypt the files on the infected computer. It then demands you pay the hacker who made the virus for the decryption. As encrypted files cannot be accessed in any way unless they’re decrypted, it is very much like having your files stolen, or, indeed, held for ransom.
Many of these viruses are made using a template; the hackers change the contact information mentioned by the virus, antivirus bypass mechanisms, and encryption methods, but leave everything else as is. This is why they’re classified into “families” by the researchers. All STOP/Djvu viruses are, essentially, iterations of the same virus. This is why they’re so similar to each other. If you compare Tyos to another virus in this family, like Tycx, you will hardly notice any difference.
So what should you do if your computer is infected by this virus? Not pay, that’s for sure. In the ransom note left by the virus (see image above for full text) the hackers quote the decryption price. It’s either $980 or $490, but either way, that’s too high for most people.
This is why you should explore other ways to remove Tyos ransomware and decrypt .tyos files. Some of these ways can be learned from the guide below.

How to remove Typo ransomware

What is Typo ransomware?

Typo is a harmful program in the ransomware category of viruses. It is designed to encrypt the files on your computer so that the hacker can demand money for decrypting them. Typo is a part of the STOP/Djvu family of ransomware.
There is only one reliable way to identify Typo ransomware; the files that were encrypted by this virus have .typo file extension. You cannot use the ransom note to identify this virus because other STOP/Djvu variants, such as Tywd, use the same ransom note template.
Speak of which, the note is called “_readme.txt”. Its full text can be read on the image above, but here’s a short summary of the demands.
The hackers demand $980 from the victim, or $490 if the victim pays within 72 hours. That’s pretty much all the note mentions; for any further information, the victim needs to contact the criminals using one of the two e-mail addresses provided.
But messaging the hackers is not a good idea, even if you’re willing to pay this steep price. Why? Well, they can simply ghost you after receiving payment; they might also try to hack your computer again in the future. This is why you should follow this guide instead. It will explain how to remove Typo ransomware and decrypt .typo files with no contact with the criminals.

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