How to remove Globe ransomware and decrypt .globe and .purge files

Globe is ransomware-type virus developed in honor of the popular Purge movies. After infiltration, Globe starts scanning and encrypting files, then it changes extension of infected files by adding .globe or .purge. Attackers leave the essential instruction in form of file "How to restore your files.hta" which you will find in each folder with the encrypted data. Read more [...]

How to remove Cryptorium Ransomware and decrypt .enc files

Cryptorium relates to ransomware-type virus. Once infiltrated, Cryptorium starts to encrypt files making them unavailable. After encryption, it invokes its program window, which contains the following message. Read more [...]

How to remove Dharma Ransomware and decrypt .dharma and .wallet files

Dharma is a new version of CrySiS ransomware. After infiltration, virus doesn't waste its time and starts encrypting your personal data immediately. The method of encryption draws on using asymmetric cryptography making file decryption impossible without special key. Notice that key is unique since it is generated within encryption process. Affected files thus become useless because you can't open or edit them. Read more [...]

How to remove Cryptolocker ransomware and decrypt .enc files

Cryptolocker is initial version of ransomware-type virus. Although, this malware is no longer active, there are bunch of viruses based on it. And it's no wonder why it motivated criminals to create similar projects. According to developers, their product got more than three million dollars from users who paid ransom. Today, we'll consider one copycat form of it- Crypt0L0cker (TorrentLocker). Some newer variants even use initial name pretending to be original Cryptolocker ransomware. Following infiltration, it prevents access to your data using RSA-2048 encryption algorithm. All encrypted files are appended with .encrypted or .enc extensions. Read more [...]

How to remove Satan Ransomware and decrypt .stn files

Satan is a ransomware virus, having its own web service (Raas). Once infiltrated, it denies access to files using RSA-2048 and AES-256 encryption protocol. Each encrypted file is appended with .stn extension. Satan ransomware further places HELP_DECRYPT_FILES.html file on the desktop. The message reads, that victims must pay the ransom to decrypt data, otherwise they will be unavailable forever. At present, there is no tool capable of decrypting files affected with using RSA-2048. Read more [...]