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Green_Ray ransomware removal instructions
What is Green_Ray?
Green_Ray is ransomware identical to Mahasaraswati and JohnyCryptor. This ransomware encrypts files using an asymmetric encryption algorithm, generating public (to encrypt) and private (to decrypt) keys during encryption. In addition, Green_Ray extends the name of each compromised file with "green_ray(@)aol.com.xtbl", thus making it straightforward to determine which files are encrypted.
UltraCrypter ransomware removal instructions
What is UltraCrypter?
UltraCrypter is an updated version of CryptXXX ransomware. As with CryptXXX, UltraCrypter is distributed using the Angler Exploit Kit. In fact, these viruses are practically identical. UltraCrypter uses an asymmetric RSA-4096 algorithm to encrypt many of the files stored on the infiltrated system. Therefore, public (encryption) and private (decryption) keys are generated and are stored on remote servers. Decryption without the private key is impossible. Furthermore, UltraCrypter adds a .cryp1 extension to the name of each encrypted file. Following successful encryption, UltraCrypter generates three different files: .bmp (which is also set as the desktop wallpaper); .txt, and; .html. These files have an identical naming format - [Victim’s personal ID].
JohnyCryptor ransomware removal instructions
What is JohnyCryptor?
JohnyCryptor is another ransomware-type virus that stealthily infiltrates systems and encrypts stored files. During encryption, JohnyCryptor generates a "How to decrypt your files.txt" file, placing it on the desktop. It also changes the desktop background. This behavior is common to ransomware-type malware.
Black Shades ransomware removal instructions
What is Black Shades?
Black Shades is a ransomware-type virus that encrypts files using the RSA-4096 encryption algorithm. This is an asymmetric encryption type and, therefore, public (to encrypt) and private (to decrypt) keys are generated during encryption. The private key is stored on remote servers controlled by cyber criminals. To receive this key and restore the files, victims must pay a ransom. Furthermore, Block Shades appends the name of each encrypted file with a .silent extension.
Searchinterneat-a.akamaihd.net redirect removal instructions
What is searchinterneat-a.akamaihd.net?
According to the developers, the searchinterneat-a.akamanaihd.net website improves Internet searching by generating the most relevant search results. Initially, this site may seem legitimate and useful, however, be aware that searchinterneat-a.akamanaihd.net is promoted using deceptive software installers that modify web browser settings without users' permission. Once the system is successfully infiltrated, Internet browsing activity is continually tracked.
Bakinu redirect removal instructions
What is Bakinu?
Bakinu is a deceptive application that supposedly allows users to search the Internet and use the functionality of various websites directly from their desktops. This functionality may seem legitimate and useful, however, this application causes unwanted browser redirects and tracks Internet browsing activity. For these reasons, Bakinu is classed as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware.
eTogether redirect removal instructions
What is eTogether?
eTogether is a deceptive app claiming to provide a dating service - "eTogether is one of the Top Dating Service providers. Thousands of successfully matched numbers throughout the world are a proof of this and each year millions of new members are taking advantage of the dating opportunities that eTogether has to offer!" These claims often trick users to install, however, eTogether hijacks Internet browsers and stealthily modifies their settings. In addition, eTogether continually monitors users' web browsing activity. For these reasons, it is classed as a browser hijacker and a potentially unwanted program (PUP).
Search.greatsocialsearch.com redirect removal instructions
What is search.greatsocialsearch.com?
search.greatsocialsearch.com is a fake Internet search engine claiming to significantly improve the web browsing experience by generating the most relevant search results. Judging on appearance, this site is very similar to legitimate search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo. For this reason, many users believe that search.greatsocialsearch.com is also legitimate. In fact, developers promote this bogus site using dubious software 'installers' that modify web browser settings without users' permission. In addition, this site continually gathers information regarding users' web browsing activity.
zCrypt ransomware removal instructions
What is zCrypt?
zCrypt is ransomware that uses the asymmetric encryption algorithm to encrypt files stored on the infiltrated computer (adding the .zcrypt extension to encrypted files). It is distributed using malicious email attachments. During encryption, zCrypt generates two keys - public and private. While the public key is used to encrypt files, the private one is used to decrypt. Since the private key is stored on remote servers controlled by cyber criminals (developers of zCrypt), victims must pay a ransom in exchange for this key.
Search.bestmediatabsearch.com redirect removal instructions
What is search.bestmediatabsearch.com?
Search.bestmediatabsearch.com is a fake Internet search engine identical to newtabtvplussearch.com, newtabtvgamasearch.com, and a number of other dubious sites. The appearance of this website is also very similar to Google, Bing, and Yahoo. Therefore, many users believe that search.bestmediatabsearch.com is also a legitimate website. This site, however, is promoted using dubious software 'installers' that are designed to hijack web browsers and modify their settings. In addition, search.bestmediatabsearch.com continually gathers various user/system information.
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