Boom ransomware is a crypto-virus that was developed with the main objective of collecting ransom money from victims. Having said that, the task of this virus is to block computer user’s access to the files by making it unreadable.
Computer viruses are harmful programs that can convey through various methods and usually using Internet connection and compromised files. Most computer viruses can be detected by security programs like Anti-virus and Anti-malware. However, there are still some that can conceal their presence by exploiting vulnerabilities on the operating system.
Epsilon encryptor is another example of a hazardous virus that aims at denying computer user’s access to their files. Epsilon ransomware applies a complex algorithm technique to encrypt selected data in order to garner a ransom money from their victims.
BlackHeel ransomware is a crypto-virus discovered by malware researcher GrujaRS. According to the report, this hazardous virus is a variant of the notorious HiddenTear and it appends the compromised data with .a file extension.
If files on the computer are manifesting the .judge file extension, it only denotes that system is infected with a hazardous file-coder virus named Judge ransomware. This type of computer virus was designed to block user’s access to their data.
Bytelocker ransomware is a highly dangerous crypto-virus. Several security applications may detect it as HiddenTears, AGEN, ZemsilF, FileCoder, or FileCrypter. Once it enters the computer, important files of users will be affected because Bytelocker will encrypt them using an AES-256 method.
14x ransomware is one kind of virus that is responsible for blocking computer user’s access to their data. It is part of the notorious Dharma/Crysis malware group and therefore, the infection is anticipated to be a devastation for victims.
Coos ransomware is a hazardous type of virus. Computer security experts declare that this crypto-virus is part of the Stop/DJVU family. The similarity of Coos ransomware to other variants can be easily spotted due to the same ransomware note generated on the infected computer.
Hello ransomware is a file-coder virus. That being said, the tasks of this threat is to block the access of users to their very own files. It usually aims on locking usual files like documents, spreadsheets, presentations, photos, images, databases, zip files, and relevant data.
Niros ransomware is a file coder virus that can corrupt the target files on the infected computer. Several anti-virus programs may identify it as ZemsilF, Bulz, FileCoder, CobraLocker, Wacapew, or Ransom.
Bonsoir ransomware is seemingly a new malware that do not belong to any group of crypto-virus . The objective of this type of malware is to extort money from victims by holding their important files as hostage.