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Ransomware is a dangerous type of malware that infects computer as a Trojan and prevents or limits access to the system by locking the users' files or by locking the desktop screen. Ransomware is designed by hackers to demand payment for the key that can unlock the blocked PC or decrypt the blocked files. Ransom is typically paid in Bitcoin or other digital currencies that are not public and traceable.

VisionCrypt 2.0 Ransomware Virus

VisionCrypt 2.0 Ransomware Virus. How to Remove? (Removal Guide)

VisionCrypt 2.0 is a ransomware which was made with a purpose of encrypting data and then trying to extort money for returning it to its original state. It employs a combination...
Jaff Ransom Note

Jaff Ransomware Comes With a New .WLU File Extension

Ransomware (a type of malware, that attempt to take your files, business information and personal data stored on your computer hostage) is becoming more and more common and prominent as a...
RSA-4096 Ransomware Virus

Remove RSA-4096 Ransomware Virus (Removal Guide) – May 2017

If your computer shows this message when you boot it: “All of your files were protected by a strong encryption with RSA-4096”, you have caught one of the most dangerous viruses...

Free WannaCry Ransomware Decryption Tool – Unlock Your Files Without Paying Ransom

If your PC was hit by WannaCry, WannaCrypt or wCrypt ransomware, there is a chance that you can decrypt your locked files without paying the ransom demand of $300. A French security...
Marcus Hutchins

Expert who stopped WannaCry ransomware attacked by British tabloids

Security researcher who stopped the WannaCry ransomware says British journalists are forcing him to move house and doxing his friends. On his Twitter account, Marcus Hutchins said that he had misjudged how...

98% of WannaCry victims were running Windows 7 OS

According to security researchers at Kasperksy Lab, roughly 98 percent of the PCs infected by the WannaCry ransomware were running different builds of Windows 7 operating system. The worst hit OS...
"Oops your files have been encrypted" Virus

“Oops your files have been encrypted” Ransomware – How to Remove? (Removal Guide)

"Oops your files have been encrypted" is another name of WannaCry ransomware. It was unleashed on May 12, 2017, and has affected approximately 200000 devices in 150 countries. Its main purpose...
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