How to remove GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware and decrypt .PPTX, .docx, .readme, or .[janetcurley] files

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GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware is the second generation of file-encrypting ransomware virus GlobeImposter. The name “GlobeImposter” was originnaly given to it by crypto-ransomware identification service called “ID-Ransomware”, because of the assignment by the extortioners of the “proprietary” ransom note from the Globe Ransomware family. The purpose was to frighten the victims, to confuse the researchers, to discredit the decryption programs released for the Globe-family. Thus, all Globe-imitators, which are not decrypted by the decryption utilities released for Globe 1-2-3, received the conditional name GlobeImposter, and after that – GlobeImposter 2.0. Virus can be detected by various antivirus programs as Trojan.Encoder.7325, Trojan.Encoder.10737, Trojan.Encoder.11539, Ransom_FAKEPURGE.A or Ransom.GlobeImposter.

How to remove Qweuirtksd Ransomware and decrypt .qweuirtksd files

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Qweuirtksd Ransomware is dangerous ransomware-type virus, that encrypts user files using AES-128 cryptography algorithm and demands $500 ransom in Bitcoins for decryption. All files encrypted by this malware receive .qweuirtksd extension. In most cases, Qweuirtksd Ransomware is initiated after manual (or semi-automatic) hacking of the computer. Attacks are coming from IP adresses in Russia, and according to the information on BleepingComputer forum malefactors are russians. Hackers offer to negotiate to reduce ransom amount for private users. We do not recommend to pay the ransom and attempt restoring encrypted files with help of instructions on this page.

How to remove Dharma-Cccmn Ransomware and decrypt .cccmn files

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Cccmn Ransomware is typical embranchment of Crysis-Dharma-Cezar ransomware virus family. This particular variation appends .cccmn extension to encrypted files and makes them unusable. Cccmn Ransomware doesn’t have effective decryptor, however, we recommend you to try instructions below to attempt restoring your files. Dharma-Cccmn Ransomware adds suffix, that consists of multiple parts, such as: unique user’s id, developer’s e-mail address and .cccmn suffix. The pattern of filename after encryption looks like this: file called 1.doc will be converted to 1.doc.id-{8-digit-id}.[{email-address}].cccmn. Authors of Cccmn Ransomware extort $10000 ransom from the victims. Using cryptocurrency and TOR-hosted payment websites makes it impossible to track malefactors. Besides, victims of such viruses often get scammed, and malefactors don’t send any keys even after paying the ransom. Unfortunately, manual or automatic decryption is impossible unless ransomware was developed with mistakes or had certain execution errors, flaws or vulnerabilities. We do not recommend to pay any money to malefactors. Often, after some period of time security specialists from antivirus companies or individual researchers decode the algorithms and release decryption keys.

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

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AUDIT Ransomware is yet another version of notorious ransomware virus from Crysis-Dharma-Cezar family. Now it adds .AUDIT extension to encrypted files (please, do not confuse with Nessus Pro’s report files). This variation of ransomware currently doesn’t have decryptor, however, we recommend you to try instructions below to recover affected files. Dharma-AUDIT Ransomware appends suffix, that consists of several parts, such as: unique user’s id, developer’s e-mail address and, finally, .AUDIT suffix, from which it got its name. The pattern of filename modification looks like this: file called 1.doc will be converted to 1.doc.id-{8-digit-id}.[{email-address}].AUDIT. According to our information, hackers demand $10000 ransom from the victims. Bad news are, that using cryptocurrency and TOR-hosted payment websites makes it almost impossible to track the payee. Besides, victims of such viruses often get scammed, and malefactors don’t send any keys even after paying the ransom. Unfortunately, manual or automatic decryption is impossible unless ransomware was developed with mistakes or has certain execution errors, flaws or vulnerabilities. We do not recommend to pay any money to malefactors. However, good news are, that often, after some period of time security specialists from antivirus companies or individual researchers decode the algorithms and release decryption keys or police finds servers and unveils the master keys.

How to remove CryptConsole 3 Ransomware and decrypt your files

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CryptConsole 3 Ransomware is the successor of CryptConsole and CryptConsole 2 ransomware viruses. This crypto-extortionist encrypts data on servers and PCs using AES, and then requires a ransom of 0.14 BTC (or sometimes $50) to return files. Virus was created on C# for the Microsoft .NET Framework. The third generation of CryptConsole started spreading in June, 2018. Most of variations extort 50$. They offer to decrypt 1 file for free, but the overall cost will then increase on 50$. Mention that CryptConsole 1 and CryptConsole 2 can be decrypted with a tool developed by Michael Gillespie (download below). The third version is currently undecryptable. You can restore files form bacckups, but if you don’t have backups, follow instructions below to attmempt restoring files using standard Windows featutes or using file-recovery software.

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