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Files Encrypted by TeslaCrypt 3.0 (.micro extension) Ransomware – How to Solve it?

Published February 13th, 2016 by Nancy

These days, more and more computer users compliant that their compute might be infected by a ransomware since all their documents are change to . micro and unable to access their documents. If you wonder more about this ransomware and get a effective solution to remove it, please keep reading and following the effective removal post below carefully.

Know More About TeslaCrypt 3.0

TeslaCrypt 3.0 is a new version of the TeslaCrypt ransomware. It is developed to encrypt files, behaving like another notorious ransomware named CryptoWall 3.0, with the .micro extension which variant still uses an RSA encryption algorithm. TeslaCrypt 3.0 (.micro extension) ransomware may be spread via Trojan horses, just like its previous version. Besides, it may also affect your computer when you open some spam emails with malicious file attachments. And sometime when you visit suspected or compromised websites and click on links with malicious codes, it is likely that your PC will be infected as well. Read the rest of this post »

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Remove Obamausa7@aol.com Completely (File-encrypted Ransomware Removal)

Published January 19th, 2016 by Nancy

Know More About Obamausa7@aol.com

Obamausa7@aol.com is deemed as a ransomware which is able to affect all versions of windows including Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista. It is designed to encrypt files so as to threat victims for a ransom. You should be cheated. It is fake scam that you can not get your files back even if you pay the ransom.

Obamausa7@aol.com may come together with free software/programs downloaded from third-party sites or other unreliable websites. And it may usually spread via spam email attachments or the emails from unknown sources. Besides, it may also spread via compromised websites, malicious hyperlinks and so on. You should be more careful with your online activities.  Read the rest of this post »

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Best Way to Remove Email-iizomer@aol.com Encryption Ransomware Permanently

Published January 14th, 2016 by Nancy

A complaint about email-iizomer@aol.com encryption from a victim:

“I received an email with the file, opened it, and almost all of the files on the computer were encrypted. Now the files are so called email-iizomer@aol.com.ver-CL 1.2.0.0.id -… On the desktop appeared picture with the requirement to write on iizomer@aol.com, and send them a single encrypted file. Most likely they will require money. Help!”

Have you ever encountered such issues? If so, your computer might has been infected with a encrypted ransomware. It is suggested to take action to get rid of this ransomware soon. This post will provide some effective removal steps for reference.

Know More About Email-iizomer@aol.com Encryption

If you find that your files named are changed into other suspected one such as “email-iizomer@aol.com.ver-CL 1.2.0.0.id…”, it means that your computer has been infected with a encrypted ransomware. Like other ransomware, it is able to encrypt certain files on your computer and demand payment before you can gain access to your own files. It often infiltrates your computer using infected email message attachments, malicious pop-ops/links, corrupted websites and so on. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove CryptoJoker Ransomware Completely From Computer?

Published January 5th, 2016 by Nancy

Brief Introduction of CryptoJoker Ransomware

CryptoJoker Ransomware is reported as a newly invented ransomware that can infect files with multiple file extensions massively. This CryptoJoker Ransomware has the same fundamental activities as other well-known crypt-type threats like CryptoLocker and CrytoWall. However, there are also some differences among them. For example, it encrypts files using the .crjoker string added to the end of each encrypted file.  Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove RSA-4096 Ransomware From Computer Completely?

Published December 15th, 2015 by Nancy

Brief Introduction of RSA-4096 Ransomware

RSA-4096 is deemed as a new version of a well-known ransomeware, which is currently using an encryption algorithm even stronger than RSA-2048. Similar to other ransomware, RSA-4096 is often spread via spam email attachments, corrupted websites, malicious hyperlinks. Besides, it may also spread via free software downloaded from unreliable websites. That’t why so many users have no idea how and when their computers get infected. Read the rest of this post »

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