Dance is a ransomware virus that can lock files with AES-256 encryption and renders it unusable unless the owner of the file can get their hands on the unique key and decryption software. This may be possible if the victims of this ransom virus are prepared to pay ransom cash in Bitcoin currency.
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.
FancyLocker ransomware is representing a cluster of viruses with a specific file-locking purpose. This threat proves to be with the EncrypterPOC family and like other variants, it may encrypt the majority of files on the computer.
Keversen is a crypto-virus that spreads onto computers through deceptive means. It can reach the PC via spam emails, malicious websites, fake software update, or cracked applications. Locking the important files of the victims is the main objective of Keversen ransomware.
The deployment of Hhqa ransomware only confirms that its original family, DJVU ransomware is constantly creating new editions. There are moments that this malware clusters turn out to deploy more than one variant in a single week or day.
Imshifau ransomware was made to deny computer users access to their important data. To carry out this task, the virus applies a complex encryption technique particularly on target files like documents, images, spreadsheet, archives, database, html, and so on.
BlackByte is ransomware that infects Windows computers for the purpose of blackmailing or extorting money from the victims. Once BlackByte is active in the operating system, it may damage the parameters and create vulnerabilities for subsequent malware attacks.
Moqs ransomware is a virus that can encrypt the most commonly found files on the computer. It is part of the STOP/Djvu family of malware and is therefore considered dangerous and can cause too much trouble for end users.
NoHope ransomware is a dangerous computer virus. It is classified as file coder type of malware because its objective is to lock the majority of files on the infected computer. Next, attackers behind NoHope ransomware demands ransom money in exchange for the decryption tool that is needed to restore the files to its original version.
LockBit 2.0 ransomware is a notorious computer virus that was developed to block the access of computer users to their files. As what ransomware does best, it extorts money from victims in exchange for the decryption software and private key.
Ransomware Nwji is a file-encoder virus which uses a complicated approach to encrypt the precious files of its victims. The encrypted data can’t be accessed until a ransom is paid. Using a single cryptographic diagram, the only way to recover the files is through decryption software provided by the Nwji developers.