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What type of page is to2s[.]biz?

The purpose of to2s[.]biz is to trick visitors into agreeing to receive its notifications and promote various potentially malicious pages. It is pretty similar to rssincewhil[.]xyz, wholedailyfeed[.]com, news-cetugu[.]cc, and hundreds of other pages.

   
Vtua Ransomware

What is Vtua ransomware?

Vtua is a piece of malicious software belonging to the Djvu ransomware family. It is designed to encrypt data (lock files) and demand ransoms for the decryption.

Affected files are appended with the ".vtua" extension. For example, a file initially titled "1.jpg" would appear as "1.jpg.vtua", "2.jpg" as "2.jpg.vtua", "3.jpg" as "3.jpg.vtua", etc. After this process is complete, a ransom note - "_readme.txt" - is created.

   
Exlock Ransomware

What is Exlock ransomware?

Exlock belongs to a family of ransomware called MedusaLocker. It encrypts files and modifies their filenames by appending the ".exlock" extension (for example, it renames "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.exlock", "2.jpg" to "2.jpg.exlock"). Instructions on how to contact the attackers and other information can be found in "HOW_TO_RECOVER_DATA.html" file.

   
Wholedailyfeed.com Ads

What type of page is wholedailyfeed[.]com?

Wholedailyfeed[.]com is an untrustworthy page designed to open other pages of this kind and ask for permission to show notifications (often in a deceptive way). There are many examples of other websites of this type. Some of them are 761d[.]site, serviceone[.]info, and get-positive[.]net.

   
Hot Ransomware

What is Hot ransomware?

Hot is a ransomware-type program designed to encrypt data (render files inaccessible) and demand payment for the decryption (access recovery).

Compromised files are appended with a ".hot" extension. For example, a file like "1.jpg" would appear as "1.jpg.hot", "2.jpg" as "2.jpg.hot", "3.jpg" as "3.jpg.hot", etc. Afterwards, a ransom note - "leggimi_tutto.txt" - is created, and the desktop wallpaper is changed.

   
Rssincewhil.xyz Ads

What kind of page is rssincewhil[.]xyz?

Rssincewhil[.]xyz is designed to use a clickbait technique to lure visitors into granting it permission to deliver notifications and open other untrustworthy websites. Pages like rssincewhil[.]xyz are promoted through potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), shady advertisements, or sites. Users do not open them intentionally.

   
J3ster Ransomware

What is J3ster ransomware?

J3ster is a ransomware-type program. It is designed to encrypt data (render the files inaccessible) and demand ransoms for the decryption.

During the encryption process, files are appended with a ".j3ster" extension. For example, a file originally named "1.jpg" would appear as "1.jpg.j3ster", "2.jpg" as "2.jpg.j3ster", and so on. Once this process is complete, a ransom note - "J3ster ReadMe.txt" - is created.

   
Diavol Ransomware

What is Diavol ransomware?

Diavol ransomware encrypts files and renames them by appending the ".lock64" extension (for example, it renames "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.lock64", "2.jpg" to "2.jpg.lock64"). Diavol also changes the desktop wallpaper and generates the "README_FOR_DECRYPT.txt" file containing information regarding data recovery.

   
Hauhitec Ransomware

What is Hauhitec ransomware?

Hauhitec is a piece of malicious software categorized as ransomware. It operates by encrypting data and demanding payment for the decryption. In other words, this ransomware locks victims' files and asks them to pay - to unlock the data.

Affected files are appended with ".hauhitec", e.g., a file initially named "1.jpg" would appear as "1.jpg.hauhitec", "2.jpg" as "2.jpg.hauhitec", etc. Afterwards, a ransom note - "RESTORE_FILES_INFO.txt" - is created.

   
News-cetugu.cc Ads

What page is news-cetugu[.]cc?

News-cetugu[.]cc displays questionable content, asks for permission to show notifications, and opens shady websites. It is similar to many other sites, for example, get-positive[.]net, premium-shops-around[.]me, and positiveweb[.]org. Pages like news-cetugu[.]cc are promoted through potentially unwanted apps (PUAs), other untrustworthy sites, or ads.

   

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