How to remove STOP (DJVU) Ransomware and decrypt .norvas or .moresa files

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New generation of STOP Ransomware (DJVU Ransomware) started to add .norvas and .moresa extensions to encrypted files since April, 17th. We remind you, that STOP Ransomware belongs to family of crypto-viruses, that extort money in exchange for data decryption. Last examples of STOP Ransomware are sometimes categorised as DJVU Ransomware, as they use identical template of ransom notes since the beginning of 2019, when .djvu extensions were appended. Norvas Ransomware uses new email addresses, that were never used before: vengisto@india.com and vengisto@firemail.cc. In this version, victims can also contact extortionists via Telegram account: @datarestore. The decryption of files encrypted by STOP Ransomware still costs $980 (or $490 if ransom is paid within 72 hours). Our team does not recommend you paying the ransom. There are frequent cases when, hackers don’t reply after receiving the payment. Most of recent versions of STOP (DJVU) Ransomware were successfully decrypted by security specialists and enthusiasts. Below in the article, you can find download button for STOPDecrypter, decryption utility, that is constantly updated by developers. It is able to decrypt .norvas files for free or will be able to recover them in a few days or weeks.

How to remove PDF Converter Hub (Windows and Mac)

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PDF Converter Hub (a.k.a. PDF Converter Hub New Tab, Search.hpdfconverterhub.com) is potentially unwanted browser extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. Malware originates from Cyprus and was developed by Eightpoint Technologies Ltd. (some sources indicate SpringTech Ltd.) It modifies search and homepage settings in these browsers and controls them not allowing users to make changes. Hijacker sets search.hpdfconverterhub.com as default search engine, new tab and home page. However, search queries typed in the search box are redirected to search.yahoo.com, so there can be some kind of affiliation or partnership between large search provider and developer of the add-on. PDF Converter Hub also constantly offers users to subscribe to its notifications, which will lead to getting unwanted advertising as desktop notifications. Main page itself consists of toolbar, search box, informational links and shortcuts to popular shopping sites and social networks. PDF Converter Hub is promoted as convenient tool for converting various file formats to PDF and vice versa.

How to remove Obfuscated (BigBobRoss) Ransomware and decrypt .obfuscated, .encryptedALL or .djvu files

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Obfuscated Ransomware (BigBobRoss Ransomware) is dangerous encryption virus, that uses AES-128 encryption algorithm to cipher user’s files. After successful encryption it appends .obfuscated, .encryptedALL or .djvu extensions (latest versions also add prefix [id={8-digit-code}]). Obfuscated Ransomware creates ransom note called Read me.txt, and puts it on the desktop and in the folders with encoded data. It also modifies desktop wallpaper, placing text on white background. Malefactors allow to decrypt 1 files under 1 Mb of size for free, as a proof of operability. Obfuscated Ransomware attacks sensible files, such as photos, videos, documents, databases, etc. Virus focuses on English-speaking users, which does not prevent spread throughout the world. The first victims are from Moldova. It is currently unknown, how much they want for decryption. Of course, we do not to pay the ransom, as there are many cases when hackers don’t send master keys or decryptors. There is still a chance decryption tool will be released by antivirus companies or security enthusiasts.

How to remove Planetary Ransomware and decrypt .mira, .yum, .neptune or .pluto files

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Planetary Ransomware is harmful file-encrypting virus, that blocks access to user’s files by encoding them and adding .mira, .yum, .neptune or .pluto extensions. After encryption malware developers extort ransom to be paid in bitcoins. Planetary Ransomware creates ransom note called !!!READ_IT!!!.txt, where decryption routine and contact information are described. As our experience shows, ransom varies between $500 and $1500. Malefactors send cryptocurrency wallets to receive payment in Bitcoins or Ethereum. There are no way to track the payments, as such wallets are anonymous. Of course, we never advise to pay the ransom, as there are many cases when hackers don’t send master keys or decryptors. There is still a chance decryption tool will be released by antivirus companies or security enthusiasts.

How to remove Push-time.com

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Push-time.com is unsafe website, that is used for social engineering attack in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari or Edge browsers on Windows, Mac or Android operating systems. Main goal of such shady websites is to subscribe users to browser notifications, using trickery and fraud. Notifications is a function in modern browsers, when news or subscription updates are delivered to the desktops even when the browser’s window is closed. The idea behind this, is to inform users about hot news, social networks updates or new YouTube videos from subscriptions. However, cool feature was turned to their advantage by advertising networks. The Push-time.com is one of thousands domains, using similar technique to fool unsuspecting users.

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