How to remove HBM ransomware

HBM ransom note:

all your data has been locked us
You want to return?
write email hebem@cock.li or hebem@tuta.io

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

What is HBM ransomware?

HBM is a new ransomware program belonging to Dharma ransomware family. It encrypts the files on the victim’s computer, which makes them inaccessible. This is done to allow the hacker to demand money for decryption later. Generally speaking, all ransomware operates like this.
After encrypting the files, HBM renames them in a way typical for Dharma viruses. A victim’s ID, the hacker’s e-mail address, and .HBM file extension all get appended to the original name of the file. Once the encryption process is complete, the virus finally reveals its existence. Two ransom notes appear; the first one is a pop-up, and the second one is a text file named “info.txt”. The notes contain, more-or-less, the same information. For reference purposes, the text note is presented on the image above.
As neither note communicates how much money the hacker wants for decryption, you may feel tempted to contact him, simply so that you can ascertain the price and decide on the course of action afterwards. Though understandable, you must be aware of the risks involved, as contacting the hacker can make you into a target for future attacks.
The guide below explains how to remove HBM ransomware and decrypt .HBM files without contacting the criminal at all.

How to Remove AllActualSpot.com

Delete All Actual Spot virus notifications
Allactualspot.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Allactualspot.com?

Allactualspot.com is a dubious website which attempts to make users accept its notifications request. Site notifications are messages with news and updates from websites that appear in the lower right hand corner of the screen on Windows machines, in the top right hand corner of the screen on Macbooks and on the status bar on mobile devices. Allactualspot.com claims that users need to turn on its notifications if they want to access a page, watch a video, start a download, etc. Once allowed, notifications from Allactualspot.com will start spamming users with ads, link or shady sites, prompts to download some software, fake alerts, etc. READ MORE

How to Remove Updateinfocity.com

Delete update info city virus notifications
Updateinfocity.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Updateinfocity.com?

Updateinfocity.com is a questionable website which attempts to trick users into subscribing to its notifications service. Updateinfocity.com may tell users that they have to click or tap Allow on its “Show notifications” pop-up in order to access a webpage, watch a video, solve a CAPTCHA, etc. If a user does click Allow, notifications from Updateinfocity.com will begin appearing from time to time in a corner of the screen (or on the status bar if it’s a mobile phone) and spamming users with ads, clickbait links, software offers, scammy messages, etc. READ MORE

How to Remove Upgradeinfo24.com

Delete upgrade info 24 virus notifications
Upgradeinfo24.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Upgradeinfo24.com?

Upgradeinfo24.com is a questionable website which tries to trick users into accepting its notifications request. Upgradeinfo24.com tells users that clicking Allow on its “Show notifications” pop-up will let them see a video, download a file, access a page, solve a CAPTCHA, etc. If someone does click Allow, Upgradeinfo24.com notifications will begin appearing on the person’s screen periodically with ads, links to untrustworthy sites, prompts to download something, etc. The notifications will pop up on the right side of the screen on a computer or on the lockscreen on a mobile phone. READ MORE

How to remove RansomBoggs ransomware

RansomBoggs ransom note:

Dear human life form!

This is James P. Sullivan, an employee of Monsters, Inc.

Recently our company has again expecienced great financial problems and we require some cash to move on with our 

electronic crap.
So we are relying on you in these hard times and are crying for help.

I am extremely sorry for the inconvenience but I am currently encrypting your documents using AES-128.
This key is encrypted using RSA public key and saved to aes.bin file:
[ C:\Users\[REDACTED]\Desktop\aes.bin ]

Please, DO NOT WORRY! I have a decrypting functionality too.
Just don't delete aes.bin, please. You will need it!

==================================================================================

You just need to contact me:

m0nsters-inc@proton.me
https://t.me/m0nsters_inc
TOX 76F64AF81368A06D514A98C129F56EF09950A 8C7DF19BB1B839C996436DCD36A6F27C4DF00A6

==================================================================================

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

What is RansomBoggs ransomware?

RansomBoggs ransomware is a malicious program designed to encrypt the files and demand money for decryption. This type of viruses is called ransomware as it quite literally makes money by demanding ransom. RansomBoggs has several other names; you may know it as Sullivan ransomware or Chsch ransomware.
After encrypting the files, RansomBoggs renames them – adding .chsch file extension – and creates a note detailing the demands, a ransom note if you will. This note, called “SullivanDecryptsYourFiles.txt”, can be read on the image above.
Evidently, the hacker behind RansomBoggs was feeling humorous when creating it, as the note references Monsters Incorporated, a cartoon movie released in 2001. Indeed, Sullivan is one of the characters in it. Frustratingly, the hacker doesn’t offer much in terms of actual information, such as his monetary demands. The victim is merely instructed not to delete a certain file and contact the hacker using one of the three methods provided.
You should note, however, that messaging the criminal might have consequences, for example future attacks. With that in mind, you may want to consider other ways to remove RansomBoggs ransomware and decrypt .chsch files. A few of these ways are described in the guide below.

How to remove NULLTHEGAME ransomware

NULLTHEGAME ransom note:

Don't worry, you can return all your files!

All you have to do is pay 30 monero Address: 897EQfuea2sQbte5YLssvUZR68pLkNHXPdNsXQPxEjnZ42Vc oDc19DpJAWr6NCVT2oAnWieozQPsRK7Bj83r49pN1LeaUi3

What guarantees that I will give back your files?

The fact that all I care about is the money! Not your files.


Sincerely: NULLTHEGAME$_$

Email me: bigphatballss@proton.me

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

What is NULLTHEGAME ransomware?

NULLTHEGAME ransomware (also known as NULL ransomware) is a new virus that belongs to Chaos family. Another recent example of a virus in this family is Anthraxbulletproof ransomware.
Created explicitly to make money, NULLTHEGAME utilizes digital ransom in order to accomplish this goal. It encrypts the victims’ files, adds .NULL file extension to their names, and creates a ransom note named “read_it.txt” (which you can read on the image above).
Encrypted files cannot be accessed in any way, but the note reassures the victim that they can be decrypted. The hacker demands 30 Monero coins for decryption. Although Monero, being a cryptocurrency, tends to fluctuate in price, one Monero coin currently equals 140 US dollars. This means that the hacker is asking for $4200, a significant amount of money for most people.
Very few people would consider paying this much, and even those that have the money to spare should think twice. Many cybercriminals responsible for ransomware programs disappear once the victim pays them, and do not decrypt the files. Thankfully, there are other ways to remove NULLTHEGAME ransomware and decrypt .NULL files. You can read about several such methods in the guide below.

How to Remove Notifpushback.com

Delete notif push back virus notifications
Notifpushback.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Notifpushback.com?

Notifpushback.com is a questionable website which attempts to trick users into accepting its notifications request. Notifpushback.com may tell users that they have to click or tap Allow on its “Show notifications” dialog box to access a webpage, see a video, solve a CAPTCHA, or for another reason. If someone does click Allow, notifications from Notifpushback.com will start popping up on the screen periodically with ads, software offers, fake alerts, fraudulent messages, etc. The notifications will appear in a corner of the screen on a computer or on the status bar on a mobile device. READ MORE

How to Remove Vibrantmesh.com Pop-up

Delete vibrant mesh com virus notifications
Vibrantmesh.com claims that the PC is infected

What Is Vibrantmesh.com?

Vibrantmesh.com is one numerous shady sites that try to trick users into downloading something from them. They tell users that users’ devices are infected or that the antivirus subscription has ended, and that users need to download a new antivirus. Some of those sites may provide legitimate links to antiviruses and get revenue from antivirus companies for people who came by that link and ended up buying the product. Other sites just push straight malware onto users with anything from simple adware to ransomware encryptors. READ MORE

How to Remove Videofin.space

Delete videofin.space virus notifications
Video Fin Space prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Videofin.space?

Videofin.space is one many dubious websites (some of the others include videofan.space, videofun.space, videofyn.space, videofon.space, videoton.space, videosol.space, etc.) that attempt to trick users into subscribing to notifications from those sites. Site notifications are messages from websites that appear on the right side of the screen on computers and on the status bar and the lockscreen on mobile phones. Videofin.space claims that users need to allow its notifications to access a page, download a file, watch a video, etc. Once allowed, Videofin.space notifications will spam users with ads, clickbait links, fake messages, invitations to join adult chatrooms, etc. READ MORE

How to Remove WebFreshUpdater.com

Delete Web Fresh Updater virus notifications
Webfreshupdater.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Webfreshupdater.com?

Webfreshupdater.com is a shady website which attempts to trick users into subscribing to its browser notifications. Webfreshupdater.com may tell users that they have to click or tap Allow on its “Show notifications” pop-up box to access a page, see a video, solve a CAPTCHA, or for another reason. If a user clicks Allow, notifications from Webfreshupdater.com will start appearing from time to time in a corner of the screen and spamming the user with ads, clickbait links, prompts to download something, fake messages, etc. READ MORE

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