How to remove 14x ransomware

remove 14x ransomware

What is 14x ransomware?

14x is a malware that has the features of a ransomware virus. The main purpose of virus is to deceive the victims by fraudulent means and blackmail. 14x ransomware enters the system through spam messages. Further, it scans files found on the system and blocks them using a special infection algorithm. the extension “.14x” is appended to encrypted files. For example, the file is called “audio”, after encryption by the virus, the file will look like “audio.14x”. It means the file cannot be opened. READ MORE

How to remove Coos ransomware

remove coos ransomware

What is Coos ransomware?

Coos ransomware is a ransomware program from the Djvu family. It infiltrates the system and encrypts files by renaming these files with the “.coos” extension added. After that, virus creates a file “_readme.txt” in which there is a ransom note in all folders that contain encrypted files: READ MORE

How to remove Crazy ransomware

remove crazy ransomware

What is Crazy ransomware?

Crazy ransomware is of the VoidCrypt type. It encrypts files and blocks access. To mark blocked files, the virus renames each encrypted file by adding the email address crazykillerusakk@hotmail.com. Next, it creates a file “! INFO.HTA” to open a pop-up window containing a ransom note: READ MORE

How to Remove Atek (STOP/Djvu) Ransomware

What is Atek ransomware

A new variant of STOP/Djvu ransomware has been discovered that appends .atek extension to the files it encrypts. The ransomware leaves ransom notes called _readme.txt in users’ folders. Djvu ransomware may end up on a computer after a user runs a file downloaded from an untrustworthy source, for example, a pirated version of a program. Once it runs, the ransomware tries to connect to its command and control server, to get a unique encryption key. If it fails to connect to the server for some reason, then the ransomware uses its built-in key (offline key). READ MORE

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