How to remove Hvzgbo ransomware

Hvzgbo ransom note:

We inform you that your network has undergone a penetration test, during which we encrypted
your files and downloaded more than 250 GB of your and your customers data, including:

Confidential documents
Personal data
Copy of some mailboxes
Databases backups

Important! Do not try to decrypt the files yourself or using third-party utilities.
The only program that can decrypt them is our decryptor.
Any other program will only damage files in such a way that it will be impossible to restore them.

You can get all the necessary evidence, discuss with us possible solutions to this problem and request a decryptor by using the contacts below.
Please be advised that if we don't receive a response from you within 3 days, we reserve the right to publish files to the public.

Contact us: or


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 Hvzgbo ransomware.

What is Hvzgbo ransomware?

Hvzgbo is a new version of Snatch ransomware, one that became active only recently. Older versions of this ransomware include Gqlmcwnhh and Bkqfmsahpt.
Ransomware-type viruses all behave according to a specific algorithm. The first step is to encrypt the files on the victim’s computer. The second step is to rename them (in this case, add .hvzgbo file extension). The third and the final step is to create a ransom note. We will elaborate on Hvzgbo’s note in the next paragraph. You can also read its text on the image above.
The note left by Hvzgbo is called “HOW TO RESTORE YOUR FILES.TXT” and indicates that Hvzgbo is targeting companies and not individuals, which is typical for Snatch ransomware. Although it is unlikely that the virus will target a normal person’s computer, the risk is not zero.
So, what should you do in this case? You may try to contact the hackers but, since you’re a low-value target, they will likely ignore you. This is why you should read the guide below; it offers several other methods to remove Hvzgbo ransomware and decrypt .hvzgbo files.

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