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Avoid Ransomware Attack! Remove Cerber Ransomware that Encrypts Files

Published April 14th, 2016 by Tee Support Agents

Cerber is a newly detected ransomware able to encrypt system data and damage lots of system files. According to research on the victim’s system, the infected data files will be encrypted using using RSA-2048 key (AES CBC 256-bit encryption algorithm), or AES encryption, appending the .cerber extension and you won’t be able to access the files anymore truly. The victim is told they need to pay a ransom of 1.24 bitcoins or ~500 USD to get the files encrypted. Anyhow, we have to say sorry that at present there is no known way to decrypt the infected files encrypted by Cerber ransomware for free. This ransomware may be more dubious than RECOVERjcrxn.txt related ransomware named from (TeslaCrypt3.0 and TeslaCrypt 4.0)appearing last month.

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How Do I Stop 1-888-842-4331 Ransomeware from Locking My PC?

Published November 15th, 2015 by Genevieve

Have you ever encountered the following problems?

1. A fake blue screen locks you out of your PC.
2. You are asked to call “Windows helpline” at 1-888-842-4331.
3. You are asked to pay certain amount to get your PC fixed after calling the given number.

If you experience the same issue, it only means that your PC is attacked by a malicious ransomware. What you should do is to take measures to remove it timely.

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Ransomware Removal Instructions—Remove CryptoFortress

Published July 6th, 2015 by Giselle

More information about CryptoFortress

CryptoFortress is deemed as a ransomware that can infiltrate your PC and encrypt all the existing files. As a typical ransomware infection, CryptoFortress will block the access to all your files and programs, and will display a message on your desktop informing you about what has happened. In this alert popup you will be offered to buy decryption software and will be warned that you will lose all the encrypted data if you remove CryptoFortress without purchasing the suggested software.

Generally speaking, it is designed for encrypting specific data files and then urging people to pay for the decryption key, or your data files may not be available any more. It is currently making the rounds around the web and infecting enterprises and consumer stations.  Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove Locker Virus from Your PC – Files Encrypted Ransomware Removal Instructions

Published May 25th, 2015 by Yolanda

“All my files were encrypted by a ransomware named Locker, and it demands certain amount of bitcoins to decrypt them in 72 hours. Do I have to pay? Is there any thing else I can do to get all my files back?”

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Best Way to Remove Alpha Crypt Virus from Your PC – Ransomware Removal Guide

Published May 5th, 2015 by Yolanda

Yesterday a pop-up ad named Alpha Crypt showed up on my screen and said all my important files had been encrypted. I was scared and had no idea what to do. Am I infected? Can I get all my files back?

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Best Ways to Get Rid of Ransom:MSIL/Vaultlock.A (Removal Help)

Published April 29th, 2015 by Zola

Your PC is under attack by Ransom:MSIL/Vaultlock.A virus? It has encrypted all your important files? You try to access your files but fail? Need help to fix this problem? If so, please read the post and get useful removal instructions.

Information about Ransom:MSIL/Vaultlock.A

Ransom:MSIL/Vaultlock.A is a .NET based threat that can be classified as a ransomware. It can be downloaded by other malware and is installed as coinvault.exe.

It adds the following registry entries so that it runs each time you start your PC:

In subkey: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
     Sets value: “Vault”
     With data: “”<Malware File>””  — where it first ran
In subkey: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce
     Sets value: “*VaultBackup”
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