How to Remove Orkf Ransomware

What is Orkf ransomware

Orkf is a new variant of STOP (Djvu) ransomware. Orkf may end up on a computer after a user opens a file downloaded from an untrustworthy source (a software crack, a fake Flash Player update, an attachment in a spam email, etc.). Orkf encrypts users’ files and adds the .orkf extension to those files. The ransomware also leaves ransom notes named “_readme.txt” in folders with encrypted files. The ransom notes contain the victim’s personal ID, ransom amount and instructions on how to contact the ransomware developers. READ MORE

How to remove Aeur ransomware

=&0=& and possibly get the decryptor from them. This is not reliable: they might not send you the decryptor at all, or it might be poorly done and fail to decrypt your files. =&1=& that would allow you to decrypt files without paying. This turn of events is possible but not very probable: out of thousands of known ransomware variants, only dozens were found to be decryptable for free. You can visit NoMoreRansom site from time to time to see if free decryptor for GandCrab exists. =&2=&. For example, antivirus vendor =&3=& offers its own decryption services. They are free for users of Dr.Web Security Space and some other Dr. Web’s products if Dr. Web have been installed and running at the time of encryption (more detail). For users of other antiviruses the decryption, if it’s deemed possible, will cost €150. According to Dr. Web’s statistics, the probability of them being able to restore files is roughly 10%.

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How to remove Nooa ransomware

What is Nooa ransomware

If you cannot open your images, documents or files and they have the .nooa extension, then your computer is infected with the Nooa virus. Nooa virus is a virus from the STOP DJVU family. Nooa encrypts personal documents found on the victim’s computer so that you can no longer use them. Nooa ransomware sneaks into the system and scans your computer for images, videos and important documents such as .doc, .docx, .xls, .pdf. READ MORE

How to remove AvosLocker ransomware

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What is AvosLocker ransomware

Crypto ransomware encrypts important files of business users and companies with AES-256 and then demands a ransom to get files back. AvosLocker virus adds the extension .avos to encrypted files to make the files inaccessible. After encryption ends, virus creates a ransom note for decryption GET_YOUR_FILES_BACK.txt : READ MORE

How to Remove Gujd Ransomware

What is Gujd ransomware

Gujd is a a new variant of Djvu (STOP) ransomware. The ransomware may get installed on a computer after a user opens a file downloaded from a questionable source. After installing, Gujd connects to its server via the Internet and receives a unique ID and encryption key for the computer. If it isn’t able to connect to the server, Gujd uses a built-in ID and encryption key. Then Gujd encrypts users’ files and leaves ransom notes with instructions to contact the ransomware developers and the amount of ransom to pay. READ MORE

How to Remove .zqqw Ransomware

What is Zqqw ransomware

Zqqw is a new variant of Djvu (STOP) ransomware. Zqqw may get installed on a computer after a user runs a program or a file downloaded from an untrustworthy website. Zqqw encrypts users’ files using asymmetric encryption (that’s the type of encryption where a pair of keys is used: one key to encrypt, another to decrypt) and leaves users ransom notes with the amount of ransom to pay and ways to contact its developers. READ MORE

How to Remove .neer Ransomware

What is Neer ransomware

Neer is a new variant of Djvu (STOP) ransomware. Djvu usually ends up on computers after users open files downloaded from untrustworthy sources. After getting installed, Neer connects back to its server via the Internet and receives a unique encryption key (its paired decryption key stays on the server). If the ransomware cannot connect to the server, it uses a built-in encryption key instead. Neer encrypts users’ files and leaves ransom notes with ways to contact the ransomware developers and the amount of money to pay if users wish to decrypt their files. READ MORE

How to remove Sspq ransomware

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What is SSPQ ransomware

SSPQ is a malicious program that encrypts frequently used files found on the victim’s computer. SSPQ virus finds important files, usually photos, videos, working documents, archives, and starts an infection algorithm to make files inaccessible. Such files receive the extension .sspq . Then, virus displays a message prompting you to decrypt the data if the payment is made in bitcoins _readme.txt : READ MORE

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