How to remove BTCWare Ransomware and decrypt your files for free

BTCWare is a notorious cryptovirus that spreads with the help of another malware called “Rogers Hi-Speed Internet”. This virus restricts access to your personal files, documents, music, photos using AES-192 encryption algorithm. Depending on version of BTCWare ransomware, it can add a different extension to the end of encrypted file such as .btcware, .cryptowin, .cryptobyte, or .theva. Read more [...]

How to remove Teslacrypt Ransomware and decrypt your files

Teslacrypt Ransomware is the name of one of the famous and terrible virus that encrypts user’s personal files. The latest version of Teslacrypt doesn't change the name of the affected files during the encryption process, unlike previous ones that add ".vvv" (.ccc, .xxx, .micro or .ttt) extension to them. For example, myfamily.jpg is changed to myfamily.jpg.vvv. Read more [...]

How to remove Sexy ransomware and decrypt .sexy files

Sexy is yet another version of Globe Imposter ransomware that encodes personal files on victim’s computer and demands a ransom afterwards. You can easily identify it for .sexy extension which is appended at the end of corrupted files. For example,myfamily.jpg is changed to myfamily.jpg.sexy. Read more [...]

How to remove Arena Ransomware and decrypt .arena files

Arena is a new variant of Dharma ransomware-type virus. Like all similar viruses, this one uses asymmetric encryption algorithm appending new extension (.arena) to affected files. For example, myfamily.jpg is changed to myfamily.jpg.arena. Read more [...]

How to remove Losers Ransomware and decrypt .losers and .damoclis files

Losers is a new ransomware infection related to notorious Nemesis and Cry36. Ransomware encrypts personal files with AES-256 encryption algorithm. During this, it renames affected files by adding .losers or .damoclis extension at the end, for example, myfamily.jpg is changed to myfamily.jpg.losers or myfamily.jpg.damoclis. Read more [...]