What is .Serp Virus?
.Serp Virus is a recent version of the popular threat Serpent ransomware. Just like the first version, it does not ask permission to enter the system, but it becomes clear soon that it is the one inside the system because users realize that they cannot open any of their files, and those that cannot be accessed have received an extension .Serp. Continue reading
What is PshCrypt Ransomware?
PshCrypt Ransomware always enters computers without permission. Of course, there is a reason why it acts the way it does. Specialists have noticed that this infection enters computers to encrypt files with the AES-256 encryption. Once it is finished, it asks users to pay money for the decryption key. You will find its ransom note in the file README_FOR_DECRYPT.txt that will be created after the encryption process is finished. Continue reading
About .Serp Virus
.Serp Virus is the file extension that will be added to files encrypted with the new version of Serpent ransomware. Ransomware is one of the most dangerous pieces of malware because of its ability to encrypt files. Once the files are encrypted, there is little the victim could do to get them back. The developers will ask that victims pay for a decryption key but even then, decryption is unlikely. Continue reading
What is Cry9 Ransomware?
Cry9 is a ransomware type of virus that mainly seems to target Portuguese users. If it manages to get into your computer, it will encrypt your files and demand that you pay to get them back. Ransomware are one of the most dangerous types of malware out there because once the files are encrypted, it is difficult to get them back. Continue reading
What is AngryKite?
AngryKite is a ransomware type of virus. There are various ways you can infected your computer, the most common of which are via spam email attachments, fake downloads and exploit kits. Once your computer is infected, your files will be encrypted and the only way to get them back would to use a decryption tool, for which you will be asked to pay. Typically, ransomware developers just demand that you pay a certain amount of money and you would get the files back but AngryKite tries to make you call a certain number. If you were to call the number, you would most likely be asked to pay a ridiculous sum of money. You should be aware that cyber criminals rarely provide ways to decrypt the files. What will most likely happen is the hackers will take your money and leave your files encrypted. Thus instead of complying with the demands, delete AngryKite. Continue reading
Happydayzz is a ransomware type of virus that will encrypt your files and then ask that you pay to get them back. You must have recently opened a malicious email attachment or fell for a fake download, and that is how ransomware managed to enter your computer. Ransomware is one of the most dangerous types of malware out there because permanent file loss is very common. Once the files are encrypted, you will be given the option of paying but we do not recommend it. The people behind Happydayzz are cyber criminals and they do not feel obligated to give you a decryption key even if you pay. They will most likely just take your money and leave your files encrypted. We suggest you remove Happydayzz instead of complying with the demands. If you had backup prior to infection, you would not need to worry about file loss and can just recover your files from there after you delete Happydayzz.