The tasksche.exe virus, WannaCrypt 2.0 file (Virus Removal guide)

About tasksche.exe (WannaCrypt 2.0)

The tasksche.exe file is a main executable process of WannaCrypt 2.0 ransomware. In short, this process installs along with all other modules of Wanna Decryptor and rights itself in a registry of your system. This will allow tasksche.exe to start along with Windows every time. Before trying to do anything with your encrypted files, we advise you to remove all files associated with Wanna Decryptor

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How to remove Spora ransomware and decrypt files?

About Spora ransomware

Spora is a ransomware program or a virus, it behaves like a typical cryptor infection. Nowadays ransomware is the most dangerous type of malicious software and Spora is one of the most popular samples on the internet.

As the other, this ransomware spreads by using email messaging. Most of these email are going to spam folder, but some may slip to your regular inbox. Though most users know this, we want to remind you that you should not open any spam email unless from trusted and checked sources! As for the Spora virus, all email with it inside has the attachment in form of HTA file. Once users executes this file, it will extract a closed.js javascript file in your %temp% folder (C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Temp). This script will execute the encryptor that will encrypt your files with RSA algorithm. Note that Spora ransomware doesn`t rename the encrypted files like other ransomware viruses. After the encryption, it creates .html and .KEY files placing the in all folders that contain encrypted files.

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Decrypt CTB Locker – how to remove ransomware

decrypt CTB Locker

CTB Locker works the same as the other ransomware family representatives, such as TeslaCrypt Ransomware, CryptoWall Ransomware, Locky Ransomware, Cerber Ransomware, etc. Usually, the difference is only in the size of ransom crooks clamor for. CTB Locker is spreading through the web with spam emails attachments or in bundles with other free popular software, which all of us love to download without pay attention to the sources’ reliability. Once got in the victim’s system, CTB Locker encrypts all important files and start to demand the ransom in exchange for a promise to bring all back to the normal state.

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CryptoSweetTooth Ransomware – removal

CryptoSweetTooth

CryptoSweetTooth is a ransomware virus which not only harm your PC but also allow hackers to illegally access into your computer. It is capable of stealing your personal data like login details and bank account number. Generally, CryptoSweetTooth Ransomware enters silently by the help of freeware download, through spam emails attachment as well as clicking sponsored links and visiting malicious sites.

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What is Sysprotector 4 program and how to remove it?

After the installation of fake antivirus Sysprotector 4 it generates fake “Blue screen of death” and provides user with a specific technical support number

Most users may consider Sysprotector 4 program as a legit antivirus from Microsoft that is called Microsoft Security Essentials, but it only pretends as legit software. In truth, this program may become the reason of a serious infection.

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What is suppteam01@india.com viral email and how to remove it?

The suppteam01@india.com is an email that spreads malicious files and programs among users. Cyber criminals are using a lot of different emails every day, suppteam01@india.com is just one of them. This removal guide will explain to you why it is so dangerous and how to deal with this problem as soon as possible.

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Flyper ransomware, decryption tool and detailed information

About Flyper ransomware

Flyper is another ransomware type of virus that encrypts your files and then demands the release fee to get them back. This ransomware changes the names of encrypted files during the process of encryption, by adding .flyper extension to them. And after successful encryption of files, Flyper will create a file on your desktop with name instruction.txt, it will contain an information you need to pay the ransom. Fortunately, you don’t need that. Michael Gillespie on twitter developed a decryption tool(>>Click< <).

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Nullbyte ransomware, fake NecroBot for PokemonGO

About Nullbyte Ransomware

The Nullbyte Ransomware virus is more advanced versions of DetoxCrypto Ransomware that uses the population of already World Wide known game – PokemonGO. After a while many hackers have written a lot of bots and hacks for this game, one of the most popular among them is NecroBot. Nullbyte Ransomware is disguising itself as this program to get inside of a system. This is the reason why this ransomware virus can be very dangerous for lots of people.

Nullbyte Ransomware

This ransomware is spreading as a Github project and poses itself as a rebuild version of a NecroBot application. By doing that, cybercriminals are trying to fool users into the download of this fake bot.

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About FairWare ransomware

FairWare ransomware is a new ransomware which aims at Linux users running websites or, in other words – Linux web servers. This ransomware would delete various data folders and create a ransom note in the /root folder stating that the files were encrypted and that a victim needs to pay two bitcoins to get them back. In addition to this, these hackers threaten to leak the data. Every user should know more about such virus attack, because you never know who will be the next target. So follow this article and find out how this virus spread on the Internet and hot to prevent infection with this virus.

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What is NoobCrypt ransomware and how to encrypt it

NoobCrypt is ransomware that can easily get on system and lock down many (or even all) important file from you. This ransomware calls you a noob if you input a wrong decryption key. NoobCrypt is ransomware that stealthily infiltrates systems and encrypts files using asymmetric cryptography. After successful encryption, NoobCrypt creates an image file containing a ransom-demand message. The message informs users of the encryption and demands a ransom payment. Public (encryption) and private (decryption) keys are generated during encryption. It is stated that the private key is stored on remote servers controlled by the developers. Decryption without the private key is impossible and cyber criminals attempt to sell this key to users. The cost of the key is $299 and must be paid within 48 hours, or decryption becomes impossible. Infected users are instructed to pay the ransom in Bitcoins – this allows cyber criminals to remain anonymous. It is also stated that a number of files will be deleted every two hours, that’s why many users afraid for their data and pay for the key. Research shows, however, that details regarding encryption are false. Security researchers has discovered a hard-coded key (“ZdZ8EcvP95ki6NWR2j” or “RedStarPenis”), which users can use to decrypt their files free of charge.

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Cerber virus: How to defend PC

Cerber Ransomware

What is Cerber Ransomware?

Today Cerber Ransomware is a big problem. The malicious program may attack your PC suddenly. It will lock your personal computer and deny access to your own photos, documents and other important files. You need to take measures to defend your system from it.

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Ransomware virus: How to protect your PC from ransomware

Today, many users face ransomware. No matter when country you live, the malware may attack your web browser suddenly. Thus, when active users surfer on the Web, their internet browser may be blocked with US Government Firewall Virus, “Your browser has been locked” or other ransomware. The brand new scam created by swindlers to trick you.

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