Category Archives: Virus

Remove Restore Ransomware (.r3store Files)

Restore Ransomware (also called R3store) is a deadly malware that encrypts certain files on targeted computer. It is very similar to HiddenTear ransomware. Once this virus is run on the system, it immediately infects files and appends the extension with .r3store. To site an example, a word file with filename Mydocument.docx will be converted to Mydocument.r3store when encrypted. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | June 9, 2017

Remove Yuriz Ma Screen Locker

Yuriz Ma Locker is a harmful virus which was made to lock your computer and deny access to your own data. Just like other ransomware, this malware threatens to encrypt important files on the computer. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 22, 2017

Remove Unidentified Screen Locker

Unidentified Locker is a dangerous ransom virus which was made to lock your computer and deny access to your own files. Just like other ransomware, this virus threatens to delete all encrypt files on the computer after certain period of time. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 22, 2017

Remove hNcrypt Ransomware (Recover .hncrypt Files)

hNcrypt Ransomware is another ransom virus that was made to generate profit by encrypting targeted files on the computer. The attacker is using a complex algorithm that requires a combination code to successfully recover affected files. It is believed that this is another variant of GlobeImpostor cryptovirus. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 18, 2017

Remove OnyonLock Ransomware (Recover .onyon Files)

OnyonLock Ransomware is another ransom virus that was made to generate profit by encrypting targeted files on the computer. The attacker is using a complex algorithm that requires a combination code to successfully recover affected files. Security experts revealed that OnyonLock is a new version of BTCWare crypto virus. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 17, 2017

Remove DarkoderCryptor (Recover .darkcry Files)

DarkoderCryptor Ransomware (also DARKCRY) is a deadly malware that encrypts certain files on targeted computer. Once this virus is run on the system, it immediately infects files and appends the extension with .darkcry.It may also include the attackers email address to remind user who to contact if they wish to recover files. To site an example, encrypted document file will appear something like mydocument.doc.[email@domain.com].darkcry. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 17, 2017

Remove Jaff Ransomware (Recover .jaff Files)

Jaff Ransomware is a critical malware that encrypts certain files on targeted computer. Once this virus is run on the system, it immediately infects files and appends the extension with .Jaff. Ransomware hunters claim that this malware is very much identical to infamous Locky Ransomware in so many ways. However, Jaff may have a slightly different code and was written in C and uses a custom packer to conceals its presence. In addition, Jaff demands huge sum of money before one can regain access to their files. A whooping 2 Bitcoins or around 3,800 US Dollars is demanded from its victims. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 12, 2017

Remove Viki Ransomware (Recover .viki files)

Viki Ransomware or also known as CryptoViki is another ransom virus that was made to generate profit by encrypting targeted files on the computer. The attacker is using a complex algorithm that requires a combination code to successfully recover affected files. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 12, 2017

Remove Cryptowin Ransomware (.cryptowin files)

Cryptowin Ransomware (also called BTC, CryptoByte, CrptXXX) is a deadly malware that encrypts certain files on targeted computer. Once this virus is run on the system, it immediately infects files and appends the extension with .cryptowin. It may also include the attackers email address to remind user who to contact if they wish to recover files. To site an example, encrypted document file will appear something like mydocument.doc.[no.btc@protonmail.ch].cryptowin and Spreadsheet data will be mysheet.xlsx.[no.btc@protonmail.ch].cryptowin. Read more »

By Chona Esjay | May 3, 2017