How to remove Fate ransomware

What is Fate ransomware?

Fate is a new strain of STOP/Djvu ransomware. In most aspects, it is identical to other STOP/Djvu strains. However, the name of the virus, the hackers’ contact information, and the encryption method obviously differ. Fatp is another recent STOP/Djvu strain; if you compare the two, you will see that they’re very similar to each other. Even the ransom note and the demands are the same.
This means that the easiest way to distinguish these viruses is their name. Fate ransomware renames the files it encrypts, adding .fate file extension. Meaning, “note.docx” would be renamed “note.docx.fate”. This extension is the name of the virus.
The ransom note, meanwhile, is located on the Desktop and bears the name “_readme.txt”. The image above contains the full text of the note, but basically, the hackers want $980 for decrypting the files. Those who pay within 3 days of infection are offered a 50% discount; the hackers demand $490 from them.
Don’t fall for this psychological trick. This discount is not a good deal, since you shouldn’t pay anything in the first place, and the sense of urgency this offer creates is completely manufactured. Beyond that, it is common for these hackers to simply disappear once they get the money, without decrypting anything at all.
Instead, you may follow our guide that will explain how to remove Fate ransomware and decrypt .fate files without involving these criminals.

How to remove Fatp ransomware

What is Fatp ransomware?

Fatp is the name of a new ransomware program, which is to say, a program that encrypts all your files and demands payment for decrypting them. It belongs to the STOP/Djvu family of ransomware and is very similar to other ransomware in this family. You can see this similarity for yourself if you compare this Fatp with any other STOP/Djvu virus, for example Zatp.
After encrypting the files, Fatp also changes their names, adding .fatp file extension. So “cat.jpg” would be renamed to “cat.jpg.fatp”, “invoice.docx” would become “invoice.docx.fatp” and so on. The virus also leaves a ransom note named “_readme.txt” on the Desktop. The full text of that note is available on the image above, but here’s the summary.
The hackers want $980 to decrypt the files. A 50% discount is available for those who contact the hackers quickly, however, this is just a manipulation tactic. In fact you shouldn’t contact the hackers at all. Often, the hackers would completely ignore their victims after receiving payment, without bothering to decrypt the files at all. The lazy, nearly-identical nature of STOP/Djvu viruses makes this possibility even more likely.
The guide below provides an alternative to paying the hackers; read it to learn how to remove Fatp ransomware and decrypt .fatp files for free.

How to remove Faust ransomware

Faust ransom note:

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

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

What is Faust ransomware?

Faust is a ransomware program in the Phobos family. Ransomware programs, generally speaking, encrypt the files on the infected computer with the intention of demanding money for their decryption. But this is not all Faust does.
The virus renames the files when it encrypts them; specifically, it adds a unique ID, the hackers’ e-mail, and .faust file extension to the names. It also leaves a ransom note, which is obviously important as it allows the criminals to communicate their demands. The note, named “info.txt”, can be read on the image above. Another, more verbose, version of the note appears as a pop-up.
It sure looks like the hackers really want you to contact them, leaving their e-mail in the name of every file and in the note as well. It is not hard to understand why; they don’t profit from victims who ignore them. For you, on the other hand, ignoring them may very well be the best course of action. Engaging with the hackers may prompt them to attack you again in the future, and you never know whether they’ll decrypt your files or just take your money and disappear.
To help you with this, the guide below will explain how to remove Faust ransomware and decrypt .faust files without any contact with these criminals.

How to remove ZeRy ransomware

ZeRy ransom note:


As you can see all your files are encrypted
To get them back, you have to pay me 0.05 bitcoins
At this address: bc1qgfef9nlwffftl6m5qet95yxa0x7arah0h580gs

After you have made the payment, contact me at this email address:
with this topic: [REDACTED]

After payment confirmation, you will receive the keys and a tutorial to decrypt your files.

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

You can find a larger list here:

If you don't contact me or you won't make the payment in 5 days
I will assume that you do not want to recover your files
and as a result I will delete the keys generated for your PC.

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

What is ZeRy ransomware?

ZeRy is a malicious program that falls under the ransomware category. This means that it encrypts the files on the target computer and then demands money for their decryption. Additionally, files affected by this ransomware program get renamed; specifically, they receive .ZeRy file extension. This is how the virus got its name.
ZeRy belongs to the Xorist ransomware family. Many ransomware viruses in this family have ransom notes written in Russian, but ZeRy is not one of them. Its ransom note, written in plain and understandable English, can be read on the image above.
The short version is, the hackers want 0.05 Bitcoin, which is approximately $830 at the time of writing. However, as cryptocurrencies are highly unstable, this may no longer be accurate by the time you’re reading this. They also threaten to delete the decryption keys if not contacted within 5 days after infection.
You should know, however, that contacting these criminals is a risky affair, and paying them is even riskier. You may become a target for future attacks, and they might not even decrypt your files. The guide below will explain what other options you have to remove ZeRy ransomware and decrypt .ZeRy files.

How to remove RAMP ransomware

RAMP ransom note:

Увага! Всі ваші файли зашифровані!
Щоб відновити свої файли та отримати до них доступ,
надішліть SMS з текстом [REDACTED] Користувачеві Telegram @WHITE_ROS4

У вас є 1 спроба ввести код. Якщо це
кількість буде перевищено, всі дані необоротно зіпсуються. Бувши
обережні при введенні коду!

Channels: @white_ros4bio | @vip_swatting |

привет от  Killnet
Keygroup привет

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

What is RAMP ransomware?

RAMP is a new ransomware program. It claims to be made by Killnet, a Russian hacker group, however this claim is unverified. Much like any other ransomware program, it encrypts all files it can find. After the encryption, the files are also renamed, receiving .terror_ramp3 file extension. To illustrate, a file named “todo.doc” would be renamed to “todo.doc.terror_ramp3”.
The virus also leaves a ransom note, named “ramp3.txt”. The note appears to be in Ukrainian. Those who speak the language may read the original note on the image above. For the rest of us, here’s the translation. READ MORE

How to remove RPC ransomware

RPC ransom note:

all your data has been locked us
You want to return?
write email or

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

WHat is RPC ransomware?

RPC is a novel strain of Dharma, a ransomware-type virus. In case these words mean nothing to you, ransomware is a category of viruses that generate money for the hackers in one specific way. These programs infiltrate your computer and encrypt all files they can find, documents, pictures, et cetera. When files are encrypted, they cannot be accessed in any way, they cannot be viewed or edited, but they can be decrypted, which is to say, restored to normal. The hackers behind the virus offer to do just that, for a price.
This is exactly what RPC does. To facilitate the process, it also leaves a ransom note, named “recinfo.txt”. You can read its text on the image above. The virus also renames the encrypted files; it adds a unique ID, the hackers’ email, and .RPC file extension to their names.
Even if your data is important to you, you should think twice about contacting these criminals. They might very well ignore you once they get your money, or they might attack you again in the future since you will have proven yourself a valuable target. While paying is an option, it is not the only one. The guide below will explain what can be done to remove RPC ransomware and decrypt .RPC files.

How to remove CrySpheRe ransomware

CrySpheRe ransom note:

All of your files have been encrypted
Your computer was infected with a ransomware virus. Your files have been encrypted.
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 software is $30.

Contact for buying decryption software:

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

What is CrySpheRe ransomware?

CrySpheRe is a ransomware virus belonging to the Xorist family. Just like every other ransomware programs, it encrypts all the files in can find so that it can demand money for their decryption. In addition to that, it also renames the affected files, giving them .CrySpheRe file extension. And, of course, it leaves a ransom note. It is named “КАК РАСШИФРОВАТЬ ФАЙЛЫ.txt”, which means “HOW TO DECRYPT FILES” in Russian. This is not uncommon for Xorist-type viruses. Some of them have their notes in Russian as well. Not CrySpheRe, though; its note is in English so you can easily read it on the image above.
The demands in the note are very modest by ransomware standards: the hackers only want $30. Still, contacting the hackers is risky and unreliable. The guide below will explain your other options, as you may be able to remove CrySpheRe ransomware and decrypt .CrySpheRe files without engaging with the criminals.

How to remove INT ransomware

INT ransom note:

::: Greetings :::

Little FAQ:

Q: Whats Happen?
A: Your files have been encrypted. The file structure was not damaged, we did everything possible so that this could not happen.

Q: How to recover files?
A: If you wish to decrypt your files you will need to pay us.

Q: What about guarantees?
A: Its just a business. We absolutely do not care about you and your deals, except getting benefits. If we do not do our work and liabilities - nobody will cooperate with us. Its not in our interests.
To check the ability of returning files, you can send to us any 2 files with SIMPLE extensions(jpg,xls,doc, etc... not databases!) and low sizes(max 1 mb), we will decrypt them and send back to you. That is our guarantee.

Q: How to contact with you?
A: You can write us to our mailboxes: or

Q: How will the decryption process proceed after payment?
A: After payment we will send to you our scanner-decoder program and detailed instructions for use. With this program you will be able to decrypt all your encrypted files.

Q: If I don’t want to pay bad people like you?
A: If you will not cooperate with our service - for us, its does not matter. But you will lose your time and data, cause only we have the private key. In practice - time is much more valuable than money.

DON'T try to change encrypted files by yourself!
If you will try to use any third party software for restoring your data or antivirus solutions - please make a backup for all encrypted files!
Any changes in encrypted files may entail damage of the private key and, as result, the loss all data.

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

What is INT ransomware?

INT ransomware is a new strain of the Makop virus. As a ransomware program, it encrypts the files of its victims’ computers in order to demand payment for their decryption. However, these programs tend to do more than that; for example leaving a ransom note is pretty essential to this criminal operation.
INT is not an exception to this rule; it leaves a simple, if somewhat lengthy, note called “+README-WARNING+.txt”. You may read the full text of the note on the image above, if you wish. To recap, the hackers simply tell the victim to contact them, and do not mention any specific sum of money.
Files encrypted by INT have their name changed. The virus adds an ID, one of the hackers’ e-mails, and finally the .INT file extension to the names. This is how the virus got its name.
Paying these hackers is generally a bad idea. You will, obviously, lose money, but also open yourself to more attacks in the future, and might not even get your files back at all. So we’ve prepared a guide explaining other ways to remove INT ransomware and decrypt .INT files.

How to remove Rar ransomware

Rar ransom note:

All your files have been encrypted. If you want to restore them, write us to the e-
Write this ID in the title of your message [REDACTED]
You can also write us using this Telegram Username: @Rar_support  

Do not rename encrypted files.
Do not try to decrypt your data using third-party software and sites. It may cause permanent data loss.
The decryption of your files with the help of third parties may cause increased prices (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 Rar ransomware.

What is Rar ransomware?

Rar is a ransomware program, which means it is a virus that makes money to the hacker by holding the victims’ files for ransom. Once on the victim’s computer, it encrypts all the files it can find. These files cannot be opened, edited, or viewed, so they’re virtually useless. However, encryption is a reversible process. Decrypting the files will restore them to their original state; this is exactly what the hacker charges money for.
Rar belongs to the VoidCrypt ransomware family; Eking is an example of another virus in it.
Rar changes the names of the files when it encrypts them; specifically, it adds victim’s unique ID, the hacker’s contact information (an e-mail address), and, finally .rar file extension. This might cause encrypted files to look like archive files, but they’re not. You will not be able to open them with WinRAR or a similar program.
Rar also leaves a ransom note, named simply “Read.txt”. The note itself is rather short and doesn’t contain much information, but you can read it on the image above.
Paying the cybercriminals is not recommended; often, they just disappear after receiving the money. The guide below will explain how to remove Rar ransomware and decrypt .rar files for free, without contacting the hackers.

How to remove Zatp ransomware

What is Zatp ransomware?

Zatp is a computer virus categorized as ransomware that was created to make hackers money. Ransomware programs accomplish this by encrypting the files and demanding payment for their decryption. The focus of this article is specifically Zatp ransomware, however. If you want to know more about ransomware in general, you’re welcome to use other resources on the internet, such as this Wikipedia article.
Zatp ransomware belongs to the STOP/Djvu ransomware family, which means that it shares most of its code with the Djvu virus. Generally, viruses that share the code are similar to each other, but in STOP/Djvu case, they’re almost identical. Compare Pozq, another ransomware in this family, and you will see it yourself.
Zatp does more than just encrypt files; it also renames them. All files encrypted by it receive .zatp file extension. Of course, Zatp also creates a ransom note to communicate with the victim. You can read its text on the image above, but basically, the hackers want $980 for decryption. To psychologically trick the victim, a discount is also offered.
It is not uncommon for the cybercriminals behind ransomware programs to ignore their victims after receiving the money, so paying them is not recommended. This guide will cover other ways to remove Zatp ransomware and decrypt .zatp files.

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