How to remove 777 ransomware and decrypt _babyfromparadise_{*ID*}.777 files

What does _babyfromparadise_{*ID*}.777 mean? When you notice, that your files have changed their extensions to _babyfromparadise_{*ID*}.777 ones and are unreadable now, it means that your computer has been attacked by 777 file-encryption ransomware. This virus belongs to the Paradise ransomware virus family. 777 ransomware usually spreads by the means of malicious fake installators, that can be easily downloaded from various file sharing services and torrent trackers. Nowadays, hackers also widely Read more [...]

How to remove PORET ransomware and decrypt .poret files

What does .poret mean? When users have to face ".poret" extension, it means that their files have been attacked by PORET file-encryption ransomware. This virus belongs to the updated STOP(DJVU) ransomware family, the members of which are: NOSU and KODC ransomwares. PORET ransomware usually spreads by the means of fake isntallators, that can be downloaded from various file sharing services and torrent trackers. Still, there are other ways of spreading it, for example, hackers widely use various remote Read more [...]

How to remove Nosu ransomware and decrypt .nosu files

What does .nosu mean? If you see, that your files are unreadable and they have got new .nosu extension, it means that your computer has been attacked by Nosu ransomware. This virus belongs to the updated STOP(DJVU) file-encryption ransomware family, the only members of which nowadays are KODC and PORET ransomwares. The characteristic feature of these viruses is their ability to spread very fast. It's achieved by the ways how they spread. In the case of Nosu ransomware, as the rule, it spreads by Read more [...]

How to remove KODC ransomware and decrypt .KODC files

What does .KODC mean? The one of the most widespread family of file-encryption ransomware viruses called STOP(DJVU) has got a new member. KODC ransomware aims at the preventing victims from the accessing to the definite file formats by the means of modifying their structures. Such files get new extension - .KODC after the encryption process. The only members of this family nowadays are Nosu and PORET ransomwares and they have a lot in common. As the rule, KODC ransomware spreads itself by the means Read more [...]

How to remove Oled ransomware and decrypt .oled files

What does .oled stand for? Nowadays, the internet is full of various viruses and if you see, that your files accidently have got new .oled extensions, it's clear that your device has been infected with Oled ransomware. This virus doesn't belong to any already known family of ransomware viruses, but the main function of it is the same, as others' - to change files and prevent a victim from the accessing to them. In the most cases Oled ransomware spreads by the means of various executable files, Read more [...]