How to remove Bkqfmsahpt ransomware

Bkqfmsahpt ransom note:

Hello!


All your files are encrypted!


Email me if you want to get your files back - I will do it very quickly!
Contact me by email:


datasto100@tutanota.com
restore_help@swisscows.email


The subject line must contain an encryption extension or the name of your company!
Do not rename encrypted files, you may lose them forever.
You may be a victim of fraud. Free decryption as a guarantee.
Send us up to 3 files for free decryption.
The total file size should be no more than 1 MB! (not in the archive), and the files should not contain valuable information. (databases, 

backups, large Excel spreadsheets, etc.)


To contact us, we recommend that you create an email address at protonmail.com or tutanota.com
Because gmail and other public email programs can block our messages!


If you do not receive a response from us for a long time, check your spam folder.


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Customer service TOX ID: 0FF26770BFAEAD95194506E6970CC1C395B 04159038D785DE316F05CE6DE67324C6038727A58
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 Bkqfmsahpt ransomware.

What is Bkqfmsahpt ransomware?

Bkqfmsahpt is the name of a new ransomware program. It is similar to another such program we’ve reported on recently, specifically Yguekcbe. This is not surprising, as both belong to Snatch ransomware family.
Once on the victim’s computer, it performs several malicious actions. The first of these is to encrypt the files using a cryptographic algorithm. Such files cannot be opened or edited unless they’re decrypted. The second is to rename these files, adding .bkqfmsahpt file extension to their names. This is how the virus got its name. The third, and the last, action is the creation of a ransom note. The note, named “HOW TO RESTORE YOUR FILES.TXT”, serves as a way for the hackers to communicate their demands. You can read its full text on the image above.
The message contained in the note makes it evident that Bkqfmsahpt specifically targets companies, though this doesn’t mean that private individuals can’t get infected with it. The note does not mention the price, only contact information.
But contacting the hackers may be a bad idea. Although we don’t have information on these hackers in particular, generally they tend to simply collect the money and disappear. This is why it may be wise to explore your other options. Some of these ways to remove Bkqfmsahpt ransomware and decrypt .bkqfmsahpt files are described in the guide below.

How to remove Mafer ransomware

Mafer ransom note:

All Your Files Encrypted And Sensitive Data Downloaded (Financial Documents,Contracts,Invoices etc.. ).

To Get Decryption Tools You Should Buy Our Decrption Tools And Then We Will Send You Decryption Tools And Delete Your Sensitive Data From Our Servers.

If Payment Is Not Made We have to Publish Your Sensitive Data If Necessary Sell Them And Send Them To Your Competitors And After A While Our Servers Will Remove Your Decrypion Keys From Servers.

Your Files Encrypted With Strongest Encryption Algorithm So Without Our Decryption Tools Nobody Can't Help You So Do Not Waste Your Time In Vain!

Your ID:  hhNAst
Email Address: dr.filees@gmail.com

In Case Of Problem With First Email Write Us E-mail At : luka.born@tutanota.com
Send Your ID In Email And Check Spam Folder.
This Is Just Business To Get Benefits, If Do Not Contact Us After 48 Hours Decryption Price Will x2.


What Guarantee Do We Give You ?
You Should Send Some Encrypted Files To Us For Decryption Test.

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Attention!

Do Not Edit Or Rename Encrypted Files.
Do Not Try To Decrypt Files By Third-Party Or Data Recovery Softwares It May Damage Files.
In Case Of Trying To Decrypt Files With Third-Party Sofwares,This May Make The Decryption Harder So Prices Will Be Rise.

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

What is Mafer ransomware?

Mafer ransomware is a harmful program that belongs to the VoidCrypt ransomware family. It includes many other viruses such as Rar and Joker.
Mafer ransomware operates in a very typical (for ransomware) fashion. First, and rather obviously, it encrypts all files on the infected computer; it wouldn’t be much of a ransomware if it didn’t do that. It also renames the encrypted files, adding certain information to their names. Specifically, it adds a unique ID, the hacker’s email, and .Mafer file extension. Lastly, it creates a ransom note, “Read_Me!_.txt”, which can be read on the image above.
The note, due to its misuse of capitalization and poor English, is rather hard to read, so we will summarize its contents. It assumes that the victim is a company and doesn’t mention the decryption price. It does however mention that the cost will double after 48 hours, and that the hackers expect to be paid in Bitcoin.
It is generally not recommended to interact with cybercriminals, since they might just disappear with your money and not decrypt your files at all. And if you’re not a company, and were targeted by mistake, you don’t have this option at all. Read our guide to explore your other options; ways to remove Mafer ransomware and decrypt .Mafer files without contacting the hackers.

How to remove MNX ransomware

MNX ransom note:

!!!All of your files are encrypted!!!
To decrypt them send e-mail to this address: decrypt@techie.com.
If we don't answer in 24h., send e-mail to this address:  decrypt123@sent.com

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

What is MNX ransomware?

MNX is a new strain of Phobos, a ransomware-type program. Once on the victim’s computer, it performs the following steps.
First, it encrypts all user files, such as documents, pictures, spreadsheets, et cetera. System files are left unaffected. Second, it renames these files, adding a unique ID number, the hacker’s email, and .MNX file extension to the end of the filename. Third, it leaves two different types of ransom note.
The first is a simple text file, “info.txt”. You can read the full text of this note on the image above. The second is a pop-up. It is significantly longer, but doesn’t actually contain any useful information; it’s mainly just warnings and disclaimers. It does however mention that the hackers expect to be paid in Bitcoins.
So the question is, should you? Pay the hackers that is. There’s no easy answer to this question, it all depends on what files you lost, how much money you can spare, and so on. But you should know that these hackers are often unreliable. Many of them choose to ignore their victims after receiving payment, so you should factor this into your assessment.
The guide below will explain how to remove MNX ransomware and decrypt .MNX files without paying ransom. You may not be able to recover all files this way, but it’s an option you should at least consider.

How to remove Vohuk ransomware

Vohuk ransom note:

[~] Vohuk Ransomware V1.3

>>> What's happened?
ALL YOUR FILES ARE STOLEN AND ENCRYPTED.
To recovery your data and not to allow data leakage, it is possible only through purchase of a private key from us.

>>> What guarantees?
We are not a politically motivated group and we do not need anything other than your money.
Before paying you can send us up to 2 files for free decryption.
The total size of files must be less than 2MB(non archived).
files should not contain valuable information. (databases, backups, large excel sheets, etc.)

>>> CONTACT US:
Please write an email to both: payordiebaby@tutanota.com & payordiebaby69@msgsafe.io
Write this Unique-ID in the title of your message: [REDACTED]

>>> ATTENTION!
Do not delete or rename or modify encrypted files.
Do not try to decrypt 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).
We use strong encryption, nobody can restore your files except us.
The price depends on how fast you contact with us.
remember to hurry up, as your email address may not be available for very long.
All your stolen data will be loaded into cybercriminal forums/blogs if you do not pay ransom.
If you do not pay the ransom we will attack your company repeatedly again.

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

What is Vohuk ransomware?

Vohuk is a malware program more specifically categorized as ransomware. It utilizes cryptographic algorithms to encrypt all user files on the infected computer. These encrypted files cannot be accessed; to view or edit them, decryption is necessary. This is how this virus works, it offers to decrypt the files it encrypted. The hackers demand money for this procedure, of course.
Vohuk, just like every other ransomware program, leaves a ransom note. In this case, it is called “README.txt”. The full text of the note is available on the image above. That said, it doesn’t contain much information at all. The hackers don’t mention the price, only their e-mail addresses.
The virus also renames files while encrypting them. The name of each file is replaced with a string of random characters, while the extension is replaced with .Vohuk file extension.
While contacting the criminals and paying the ransom is an option, it is generally not a good one. Often, they will not decrypt your files even after payment. Instead they will disappear or try to get more money from you. The guide below will explain how to remove Vohuk ransomware and decrypt .Vohuk files without having to deal with the hackers.

How to remove CryptBIT 2.0 ransomware

CryptBIT 2.0 ransom note:

Hello!

Now your files are crypted with the strongest millitary algorithms RSA4096 and AES-256.
In addition, all encrypted files have been sent to our server
and in the event of non-payment within 7 days,they will be made public.

Warning!
Do not rename encrypted files.
Do not try to decrypt your data using third party software.
You can only do damage to your files, lose your money and time.

In order to confirm that we are not scammers, you can send 2-3 files to the email address below.
Files should be less than 5 MB and contain no valuable data (Databases, backups, large excel sheets, etc.).
Please don't forget to write the name of your company in the subject of your e-mail.
You will receive decrypted samples.

To recover all files you must contact us for a private quote by the contact email.
You have to pay for decryption in Bitcoins.

P.S. Remember, we are not scammers.
We don't need your data or information but after 7 days all files and keys will be deleted automatically.
Write to us immediately after infection
All your files will be restored. We guarantee.


Contact email:
cryptbit2.0@protonmail.com

BTC wallet:
[REDACTED]

Have a nice day
CryptBIT 2.0 ransomware group

This is the end of the note. Below is a guide explaining how to remove CryptBIT 2.0 ransomware.

What is CryptBIT 2.0 ransomware?

As the name suggests, CryptBIT 2.0 is the second version of CryptBIT ransomware. The virus has changed somewhat since the first version, but the core behavior is obviously the same; it encrypts the files and demands payment in exchange for decrypting them. It renames the affected files, giving them .cryptbit file extension, the same as in the first version.
Since these two versions share the same encrypted file extension, the best way to distinguish between them is the ransom note. In this new version, it is called “CryptBIT2.0-restore-files.txt”. A copy of this note gets placed in every folder on the infected computer. You can read the full text of this note on the image above, should you need reference.
To summarize, the note doesn’t name a price; the victim is instructed to contact the hacker to get a quote. That is because CryptBIT 2.0 explicitly targets companies. The note also threatens those who choose not to comply with these demands, but the threats are inconsistent. The first threat mentions that the files will be made public, but the second says they will be deleted.
Whether to pay the hackers or not is each victim’s decision. That said, paying is risky; it is quite common for these criminals to not give the files back. For alternative ways to remove CryptBIT 2.0 ransomware and decrypt .cryptbit files, read the guide below.

How to remove Tcvp ransomware

What is Tcvp ransomware?

Tcvp is a malicious program that belongs to STOP/Djvu family of ransomware. Since it is exceptionally similar to other STOP/Djvu viruses, the easiest way to distinguish it is by its name. Being a ransomware program, Tcvp encrypts the victim’s files so that it can demand ransom later; but it also renames them. The affected files are given .tcvp file extension. This extension is the origin of the program’s name and the easiest way to identify it.
Tcvp also leaves a ransom note to inform the victim of its demands. This note, called “_readme.txt” can be found on the Desktop of the infected computer. The image above contains the full text of the note for reference purposes.
All STOP/Djvu viruses demand the same amount of money, specifically, $980. The viruses also offer a 50% discount for these who message the hackers quickly.
As you can see, not much effort gets put into any individual STOP/Djvu virus. They have the same demands, the same ransom notes even. They are all based on the same template. Ransomware hackers often ignore their victims after receiving payment, and don’t bother to decrypt the files at all, and the nature of STOP/Djvu viruses makes it even more likely.
The guide below presents an alternative; a way to remove Tcvp ransomware and decrypt .tcvp files without contacting the criminals.

How to remove Canadian ransomware

Canadian ransom note:

Your Files Are Encrypted. To Decrypt Them, Please Send An Email To rebcoana@gmail.com.
The Ransom Demand Is Only 50 Canadian Dollars So You Should Be Able To Pay It, Except If You Are Poor :)
You Thought All Canadians Were Nice? Think About It For A Second.

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

What is Canadian ransomware?

Canadian ransomware is a new ransomware program, which means it’s a program that was made to encrypt files so that the hackers could demand money for their decryption. These demands need to be communicated to the victim somehow. This is why Canadian ransomware, as well as most other ransomware programs, creates a ransom note after encrypting the files.
The note, “DECRYPT YOUR FILES.txt”, is displayed on the image above. As you can see it is very short and straight to the point. The hacker wants to be contacted via e-mail, and demands 50 Canadian dollars (approximately 38 US dollars) for the decryption.
Canadian ransomware also renames the files after encrypting them, adding .canadian file extension. For example, “moose.jpg” would be renamed to “moose.jpg.canadian”.
Although the virus doesn’t ask for much money, contacting the hacker might still present a risk. Demonstrating that you’re willing to pay might make you a target for a future attack, for one. It’s also possible that the hacker would refuse to decrypt your files to avoid wasting time on someone who has already paid.
This is why you should familiarize yourself with other ways to remove Canadian ransomware and decrypt .canadian files. You may do so by reading the guide below.

How to remove Yguekcbe ransomware

Yguekcbe ransom note:

Hello!


All your files are encrypted!


Write to us if you want to restore them. We can make it very fast.
We also downloaded 700 GB of valuable information from your network.


Contact me by email:


AmandaSnoy@tutanota.com or JohniFlex@airmail.cc


The subject line must contain an encryption extension or the name of your company!
Do not rename encrypted files, you may lose them forever.
You may be a victim of fraud. Free decryption as a guarantee.
Send us up to 3 files for free decryption.
The total file size should be no more than 1 MB! (not in the archive), and the files should not contain 

valuable information. (databases, backups, large Excel spreadsheets, etc.)


To contact us, we recommend that you create an email address at protonmail.com or tutanota.com
Because gmail and other public email programs can block our messages!


If you do not receive a response from us for a long time, check your spam folder.

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Customer service TOX ID: 0FF26770BFAEAD95194506E6970CC1C395B04 159038D785DE316F05CE6DE67324C6038727A58
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 Yguekcbe ransomware.

What is Yguekcbe ransomware?

Yguekcbe ransomware is a malware program (a virus) that is designed to make money in a very specific way. First, it encrypts all files on the target computer using a cryptographic algorithm. This process renders the files inaccessible, but it is reversible. The virus then offers to do just that, to decrypt the files; that, however, would cost victim money. These viruses are called ransomware because this process essentially holds the files for ransom.
When Yguekcbe encrypts files, it also changes their names, adding .yguekcbe file extension. In fact, this is how the virus got its name. It also leaves a ransom note, “HOW TO RESTORE YOUR FILES.TXT”, on the Desktop. The image above contains the full text of the note, but we will also summarize it in the next paragraph.
The note indicates that Yguekcbe virus is designed to target companies, though of course, private individuals may also fall victim to it by accident. The hackers do not specify the ransom amount, only their contact information. Presumably this is because they intend to negotiate.
Contacting the hackers is a bad idea; in many cases they just ignore their victims after receiving payment. And if you really are just a citizen whose computer got infected with Yguekcbe by mistake, they likely wouldn’t even talk with you. This is why you should follow our guide, which will describe how to remove Yguekcbe ransomware and decrypt .yguekcbe files without their involvement.

How to remove SEX3 ransomware

SEX3 ransom note:

The harddisks of your computer have been encrypted with an military grade encryption algorithm. There is 

no way to restore your data without a special key. You can purchase this key on the darknet page
E-mail: geraashurakovv@mail.ru - this is our mail
CODE: 14B4030A8A7F8B8D7B1101720567C27E this is code; you must send
BTC: 17CqMQFeuB3NTzJ2X28tfRmWaPyPQgvoHV  here need to pay 0,5 bitcoins
continue the normal download on your computer. Good luck! May God help you!
<!SATANA!>

This is the end of the note. Below you will find a guide explaining how to remove SEX3 ransomware.

What is SEX3 ransomware?

SEX3 is a recently discovered ransomware program that belongs to the SATANA ransomware family. It operates in the same way as other ransomware programs: it encrypts all files on the computer and then demands money to decrypt them. In addition to this, SEX3 renames the infected files, giving them .SEX3 file extension. This is the origin of its name. It also changes the wallpaper, and, of course, leaves a ransom note.
The note, named “!satana!.txt”, can be read on the image above. Alternatively, keep reading for the summary.
Written in a somewhat confusing manner, the note was likely written by a non-native English speaker. The hacker is most likely from Russia, as evidenced by their e-mail: geraashurakovv@mail.ru
When it comes to the actual demands, SEX3 is completely unreasonable, expecting the victims to pay 0.5 BTC in ransom. Although cryptocurrency exchange prices always fluctuate, at the date of writing (November 2022) 0.5 BTC is equivalent to 8,300 US dollars.
Few people will consider paying this much for their data, so we’ve compiled a guide focused on alternative ways to remove SEX3 ransomware and decrypt .SEX3 files.

How to remove Anthraxbulletproof ransomware

Anthraxbulletproof ransom note:

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.
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.


Payment informationAmount: 10 000 American Dolar ( Convert it in Bitcoin )
Bitcoin Address:  [REDACTED]


After Sending Bitcoin Send us a message on telegram : @anthraxlinkers

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

What is Anthraxbulletproof ransomware?

Anthraxbulletproof is a new variant of Chaos ransomware. Much like other ransomware programs, it encrypts every file on the target computer and demands money for their decryption. It also does several other things.
First, it renames the infected files, adding .Anthraxbulletproof file extension. For example, a file that was previously named “selfie.jpg” would be renamed to “selfie.jpg.Anthraxbulletproof”.
Second, it creates a ransom note – a file called “read_it.txt” – for the purpose of providing the victim with the demands and contact information of the hackers. You can read the full text of the note on the image above, or the summary provided below.
The hackers demand $10,000 (ten thousand US dollars) for decryption. As this is a completely unreasonable demand for most private citizens, it is likely that Anthraxbulletproof was designed to target companies. The victim is instructed to transfer this sum to the hackers’ Bitcoin address, then contact them on Telegram.
We don’t need to tell you that paying ten grand to some criminals is a bad idea (unless you’re a company, in which case you should run a cost-benefit analysis). Instead, follow our guide that will explain how to remove Anthraxbulletproof ransomware and decrypt .Anthraxbulletproof files without paying the hackers.

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