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.Micro file virus Removal

.Micro file virus is a ransomware infection that is capable of corrupting your data. It enters your PC and encrypts your files adding the .micro extension to them, hence its name. The parasite is rather similar to other programs of this type including CryptoWall, CryptoLocker, TeslaCrypt, and more. It was created by cyber criminals in order to make easy money. Once the malware encrypts your files using the AES 256-bit encryption algorithm, it asks you to pay the so-called ransom for them. That is not something we would recommend. Instead, we advise that you terminate .Micro file virus as soon as you can. Read more...

Remove DMA-Locker

DMA-Locker is categorized as malicious software by security experts. To be more specific, it falls into the category of ransomware infections, which means that it might cause data-loss. Researchers have observed that DMA-Locker locks all the files stored on the system in order to be able to ask users to pay a ransom for the key. Thus, it does not differ from CryptoWall, Cryptolocker, and other ransomware infections prevalent these days. If you ever encounter this threat, you will understand that immediately because all your files will become useless. Unfortunately, it is not so easy to unlock them: you can either restore them from a backup you have made previously, or you can pay a ransom. Keep in mind that nobody knows whether or not you will receive the promised key for unlocking your files. Therefore, it would be better to find other ways to gain access to your files again and remove DMA-Locker. Read more...

Cryptowall Removal

CryptoWall is a malicious infection often classified as ransomware. It can infiltrate your computer with the help of various Trojans like TrojanDownloader:Win32/Upatre, TrojanDownloader:Win32/Onkods, and many more. It is also very likely that the ransomware is not the only harmful application on your PC. The main symptom of CryptoWall is the fact that it encrypts your data and demands that you pay a fee to get it back. Making deals with cyber criminals and hoping that they will hold up their end of the bargain is not something we would advise. The cyber crooks cannot be trusted, which means that you should not pay them anything. What you should do is get rid of CryptoWall right away. Read more...

sos@decryptfiles.com – How to remove?

There are some things that you should know about sos@decryptfiles.com. This is actually a file extension that should be associated with a certain ransomware malware. If you see this file extension written together with the names of your files, you can be sure that they are encrypted. In other words, you cannot open them anymore. The ransomware can attack any computer because it is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 8.1. If you want to access your encrypted files, you have to remove sos@decryptfiles.com from your personal computer and to get rid of the code that the ransomware has injected into your files. Cyber criminals do this kind of activity to gain monetary profit. Our security experts inform you that you must not pay attention to anything the hackers tell you in a form of message that appears after the encryption. After you finish reading, take care of sos@decryptfiles.com removal from the PC as soon as you possibly can. Read more...

Remove .ccc File Extension

.CCC file extension is an extension that it is usually added to photos, music, videos, and even programs after these files are encrypted by a serious infection known as Teslacrypt ransomware. There are other extensions which Teslacrypt uses, e.g. .VVV file extension; however, the presence of .CCC file extension means that you have encountered the newest version of this ransomware. As long as .CCC file extension is there, it means that you will not be able to access your files. In other words, this ransomware infection makes them useless. Many users try to remove .CCC file extension themselves by renaming the files; however, this is not a solution. Specialists have already observed that the manual .CCC file extension removal will not help users to gain access to their files again. If you want to find out what you can do about that, read through the article. Read more...

Remove Angler Exploit Kit

Angler Exploit Kit is a very dangerous Trojan horse. Its creation dates back to 2013. However, the virus, for some reason, has already attacked many computers in 2015 and is continuing to threaten users all over the world. It can slip into your computer system unnoticed by your security tool, especially if the said tool has not been updated for a while. The Trojan inspects your security system and installs malware onto your personal computer. If you are infected at the moment, you definitely have to remove Angler Exploit Kit from the PC as soon as you can! If you do not do this, you might suffer from the detrimental effects of this virus. Read more...

ccc file extension Removal

The ccc file extension is added to files encrypted by TeslaCrypt Ransomware, also known as CryptoLocker-v3 (not the real CryptoLocker). Depending on the version of this ransomware, you might discover that the files encrypted have different extensions, including .ecc and .vvv. Although this threat does not change the original files’ extensions, it adds its own .ccc extension, which might help you identify which files were corrupted. Although most ransomware threats, such as Alpha Crypt and CryptoLocker, target personal files, TeslaCrypt Ransomware is primarily interested in your gaming files, as well as iTunes account-related files. This means that you will find the .ccc extension attached to files with such extensions as .sc2save, .mcmeta, .wotreplay, .desc, .jpeg, .mrwref, .indd, and .mdbackup. It is believed that this infection can affect 185 different types of files associated with 40 different games, including Call of Duty, StarCraft 2, Fallout 3, Diablo, and Minecraft. Needless to say, this stops computer users from playing these games. Read more...

Remove VVV File Extension

VVV File Extension will be added to each of your files, including music and pictures after the Teslacrypt, which is known to be a ransomware infection slithers onto computer. The presence of VVV File Extension means that all your files are encrypted and you cannot access them. At the time of writing, it is very hard or even impossible to remove the VVV File Extension and thus decrypt files; however, you still have to get rid of the ransomware infection that has entered your system without permission. We will tell you more about its deletion further in this article, so read it from beginning to end. Read more...

Remove Polizia Penitenziaria Virus

Polizia Penitenziaria Virus is a serious ransomware infection that enters system unnoticed and then locks computers. The primary aim of this infection is to extort money from users, so the main reason why it locks PCs is to ask money for unlocking them. Even though the screen-sized message which it places on the screen after it locks the computer seems to be provided by Italian police, the truth is that Polizia Penitenziaria Virus has no connections with the authorities. Therefore, it would be clever to remove Polizia Penitenziaria Virus the moment you notice that it is present. As it is a really serious computer infection, do not expect to delete Polizia Penitenziaria Virus via Control Panel. Even though the removal of this threat might seem rather challenging, we are ready to help you with that. Read more...

Remove Politiet Kongeriget Danmark Virus

Politiet Kongeriget Danmark Virus is a ransomware infection that you should not hesitate to delete. It aims at tricking you into thinking that your computer has been blocked by the authorities and that you can only regain access to it by paying a fine. It is clear that the notification that appears on your screen is completely fake. It was created by cyber criminals and has nothing to do with the real authorities. You should not follow its instructions no matter how convincing they appear to be. What you should do is terminate Politiet Kongeriget Danmark Virus right away. Read more...