How to remove DDE Ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files

DDE Ransomware is very dangerous virus that was found in the latter half of July. The main source of distribution of DDE Ransomware is fraudulent emails. As a rule, users get some message containing malicious attachment or link to a phishing site resulting in infection with DDE Ransomware.

How to remove CryptoLite ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files

CryptoLite ransomware is a new virus, that is actively spreading around the internet. We strongly recommend to any user no to open suspicious attachments from spam emails. A proper anti-virus application will help too, as consequences of ransomware viruses are quite disastrous. If CryptoLite somehow managed to get into a victim’s computer, it will immediately run encryption procedure with AES encryption algoithm to encode victim’s sensitive and vulnerable files (documents of any type, images, videos). CryptoLite ransomware will add .encrypted extension to the name of all encrypted data. This tutorial will help you to remove CryptoLite ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files.

How to remove CryptoWire Ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files

CryptoWire is an open-source ransomware that has been discovered back in 2016. CryptoWire is known for that spawned many other similar viruses thereby forming three ransomware families. The latest version of the virus based on the AutoIT scripting language uses AES-256 cipher to encrypt all users’ files smaller than 30MB.

How to remove RansomPlus Ransomware and decrypt .encrypted files

What is RansomPlus? RansomPlus is relatively new ransomware-type virus. RansomPlus uses typical scheme of this kind of malware. First, it locks your personal files such as photos, video files, documents. e.t.c by encrypting them. During encryption, each file is appended with .encrypted extension. For example, “photo.png” is renamed to “photo.png.encrypted”. Then, to inform about further … Read more