Some computer users are recently suffering from a ransomware virus – firstname.lastname@example.org which stops them from opening files. If you also meet the situation that you cannot access your personal documents and they present the .email@example.com extension, then the CrySiS ransowmare is infecting your computer system.
It is known that CrySiS ransomware is a file-encrypting ransomware which is good at encrypting users’ documents by utilizing RSA-2048 key (AES CBC 256-bit encryption algorithm), then it shows up a message telling that it will decrypt the data if the payment of 0.5 Bitcoins, or approximately $280 is sent to them. They trickily place the instructions on the victim users’ desktop in the “How to decrypt your files.txt” file. Read the rest of this post »