How to remove Dharma-FUNNY Ransomware and decrypt .FUNNY files

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FUNNY Ransomware is nearly identical to previous versions of Crysis-Dharma-Cezar ransomware family, except that now it adds .FUNNY extension to encrypted files. Dharma-FUNNY Ransomware constructs file extension from several parts: e-mail address, unique 8-digit identification number (randomly generated) and .FUNNY extension. ID number is also used for victim identification, when hackers send decryption key (although they do it rarely). Dharma-FUNNY Ransomware authors demand from $500 to $15000 ransom, that can be paid in Monero, Dash or BTC (BitCoins), and in return they promise to send decryption key. This type of ransomware is coded and distributed as RaaS (Ransomware as service), and people your are trying to contact can be just resellers. That is why, amount of money they want for decryption can be very big. Using cryptocurrency makes it impossible to track the payee. We do not recommend to pay any money to malefactors. Usually, after some period of time security specialists from antivirus companies or individual researchers break the algorithms and release decryption keys.

How to remove Minotaur Ransomware and decrypt .Lock files

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Minotaur Ransomware is new type of ransomware, that encrypts user files and demands 0.125 Bitcoins for decryption. All files encrypted by Minotaur receive .Lock extension. According to security specialists, Minotaur Ransomware firstly attacks data on flash drives, and only then switches to local drives. Currently, there is no way to return captured files. If you have backups, you need to remove Minotaur Ransomware from your computer, make sure it is not active and restore from backups. Otherwise, you can make attempt to recover files using instructions below (restore points, previous versions of files, data recovery software). Please, remember, that by paying to racketeers, you put your credentials at risk. Often, after some time antivirus companies or individual enthusiasts break encryption algorithms amd release decryption tools. Of you won’t succeed in restoring your files today, preserve important data for possible recovery in future.

How to remove Everbe 2.0 Ransomware and decrypt .EVIL, .NOT_OPEN, or .divine files

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Everbe 2.0 Ransomware is second generation of wide-spread Everbe Ransomware. It is file-encryption virus, that encrypts user files using combination of AES (or DES) and RSA-2048 encryption algorithms and then extorts certain amount in BitCoins for decryption. The initial virus first appeared in March, 2018 and was very active since that time. Security researchers consider, that Everbe 2.0 Ransomware started its distribution on 4th of July 2018. Everbe 2.0 Ransomware authors demand from $300 to $1500 in BTC (BitCoins) for decryption, but offer to decrypt any 3 files for free. It is worth mentioning, that Everbe 2.0 Ransomware works only on Windows 64-bit versions of OS. Currently, there is no decryption tools available for Everbe 2.0 Ransomware, however, we recommend you to try using instructions and tools below.

How to remove Dharma-Bgtx Ransomware and decrypt .bgtx files

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Bgtx Ransomware is another iteration of extremely dangerous Crysis-Dharma-Cezar ransomware family, that, in this case, adds .bgtx extension to the end of the files it encrypts. Virus, actually, composes suffix using several parts: e-mail address, unique 8-digit identification number (randomly generated) and .bgtx extension. So, finally, encoded files will receive following complex suffix – .id-{8-digit-id}.[{email-address}].bgtx. As a rule, Dharma-type Ransomware extorts for $500 to $1500 ransom, that can be paid in Monero, Dash or BTC (BitCoins), and in return they promise to send decryption key. Using cryptocurrency makes it impossible to track the payee. We do not recommend to pay any money to malefactors. Usually, after some period of time security specialists from antivirus companies or individual researchers break the algorithms and release decryption keys. Mention, that some files can be restored by using backups, shadow copies, previous versions of files or file-recovery software.

How to remove Magniber (My Decryptor) Ransomware and decrypt .[7-random-letters] files

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Magniber My Decryptor Ransomware is wide-spread crypto-virus, that targets Windows-PCs. Focuses on English and South Korean users. Since June 2018, Magniber attacks have shifted to other countries in the Asia-Pacific region: China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Nepal and others. Virus got its name from the combination of the two words Magnitude + Cerber. Here, Magnitude is a collection of exploits, the last for Cerber is the vector of infection. With this threat, the Cerber malware ended its distribution in September 2017. But on the Tor site of the ransomware it is stated: My Decryptor, here is where second part of the name came from. After encryption Magniber My Decryptor Ransomware can add 5-6-7-8 or 9 random letters as file extension. Magniber My Decryptor Ransomware demands 0.2 BitCois for file decryption. Hackers threaten to double the amount in 5 days. Virus can encrypt almost any file on your computer, including MS Office documents, OpenOffice, PDF, text files, databases, photos, music, video, image files, archives.

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