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Dangerous Cryptolocker Ransomware Virus
Dangerous Cryptolocker Ransomware Virus [email protected] crypto ransomware “Attention! Service return of credits casinos, informs you about the arrest of your files and suspension of the operation of your computer. For resolution of situation, please contact our customer support. – [email protected]” In this video we will take a look at HitmanPro.Alert 2, I will be testing it against a new crypto ransomware called [email protected], its a nasty crypto ransomware which can encrypt all your data files on your computer, dropbox and mapped network drives, once encrypted, you data will be held to ransom for a sum of money until you pay the cyber-criminal, never pay for decryption of data. If you have never herd about this, then that is good news for you, because it means you have not been infected by this infection, this type of malware can cripple a company in no time and infect every workstation on the network HitmanPro.Alert 2 http://www.surfright.nl/en/alert http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk
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Paying for Crypto Locker Ransomware $300 part 1
UK VICTIMS ----------------- MET Police is asking anyone affected by this to call 0300 123 2040 (Action Fraud). Trasactions between buyers and sellers are legit and have nothing to do with the crime. If money has been reversed from your account this comes under a mistake on behalf of the police and they should reverse it back again. If action fraud are holding back, please quote reference number CH9153. Police is on the sellers' side. --------------- In the news - BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24964426 --------------- Part 1 http://youtu.be/_rQRJHwMqi8 Part 2 http://youtu.be/sPSB2pv9J_4 Part 3 http://youtu.be/LinFZaIqd7E The bad news is decryption is impossible unless a user has the private key stored on the cybercriminals' server. Currently, infected users are instructed to pay $300 USD to receive this private key. Infected users also have a time limit to send the payment. If this time elapses, the private key is destroyed, and your files may be lost forever. Files targeted are those commonly found on most PCs today; a list of file extensions for targeted files include: 3fr, accdb, ai, arw, bay, cdr, cer, cr2, crt, crw, dbf, dcr, der, dng, doc, docm, docx, dwg, dxf, dxg, eps, erf, indd, jpe, jpg, kdc, mdb, mdf, mef, mrw, nef, nrw, odb, odm, odp, ods, odt, orf, p12, p7b, p7c, pdd, pef, pem, pfx, ppt, pptm, pptx, psd, pst, ptx, r3d, raf, raw, rtf, rw2, rwl, srf, srw, wb2, wpd, wps, xlk, xls, xlsb, xlsm, xlsx In some cases, it may be possible to recover previous versions of the encrypted files using System Restore or other recovery software used to obtain "shadow copies" of files. thanks to http://www.tecteam.co.uk
Views: 29926 Salamanda UK
Watch CryptoLocker in action
This video shows the behavior of a type of ransomware called CryptoLocker. For more information on how Sophos protects you: http://blogs.sophos.com/2013/10/10/information-regarding-the-cryptolocker-ransomware-trojan-making-the-rounds/ More about ransomware: http://www.sophos.com/en-us/support/knowledgebase/119006.aspx Technical breakdown by Naked Security: http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2013/10/12/destructive-malware-cryptolocker-on-the-loose/
Views: 481727 Sophos Global Support
What Is CryptoLocker Ransomware? Malware Talks from TechWiz
What is CryptoLocker Ransomware and how can we protect ourselves? Find out in this video from TechWiz. Get CryptoPrevent to make sure you don't get CryptoLocker ► http://www.techwiz.com.au/cryptoprevent/ After dealing with a case of the CryptoLocker blues (Something you get once you realise the little bugger got through the security net) I decided to make this video to try and help others out there with issues relating to the various variants of this Malware / Ransomware / Trojan / Virus. If you have been infected by this nasty critter and want to try to un-encrpyt your files first, try https://www.decryptcryptolocker.com/ This website will test a file from you to see if it can be decrypted on their end. If it can, they will send you a recovery program for which you can start unencrypting your files. Another variant of the CryptoLocker Malware is called PClock. Emsisoft may be able to decrypt your files through a program they offer at http://blog.emsisoft.com/2015/01/04/new-ransomware-alert-cryptolocker-copycat-pclock-discovered/ Give it a try if the screenshots they provide are similiar to yours. Removing the CryptoLocker Malware requires a piece of software called Malwarebytes. Download yours here https://www.malwarebytes.org/ Foolish IT have released a great piece of software called CryptoPrevent that will try and halt the CryptoLocker Ransomware before you get infected. I've set CryptoPrevent to the maximum setting and I suggest that everyone does the same. Essentially what this does is stops programs from launching from within hidden out of the way places. Future variants may surpass these blockades, but for now this is one of the best lines of defence. The paid version also offers automatic updates to ensure your computer is protected. Download yours by visiting http://www.techwiz.com.au/cryptoprevent/ Make sure you Subscribe to my YouTube Channel ► http://www.techwiz.com.au/subscribe/ to see when I release new videos and give the video a Thumbs Up so other YouTube viewers can find my video. 💛 Get your FREE 30 day trial to Amazon PRIME http://amzn.to/2wo6ME7 ----- 👁️‍🗨️ What to Watch NEXT in 2018? 👁️‍🗨️ 1️⃣ Kodi VPN Raspberry Pi Tutorial https://youtu.be/Tj1NDMraAkA 2️⃣ Top 5 H4N Pro Upgrades https://youtu.be/7GYbp79JWw4 3️⃣ Windows 10 on Synology NAS https://youtu.be/aNvDwPTN-qQ 4️⃣ Watch Annihilation on Netflix USA https://youtu.be/gAL3v5uNH2E 5️⃣ MX10 Android TV Box Review https://youtu.be/rpFElrN7ExQ ----- 🕛 NEW YouTube videos every Monday and Friday🕛 ----- 💯 Support TechWizTime 💯 💗 Patreon https://www.patreon.com/TechWizTime 💗 PayPal Donations https://www.paypal.me/TechWizTime ----- 💬 Follow TechWizTime 💬 🔔 YouTube https://techwiztime.com/subscribe 🔔 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TechWizTime 🔔 Twitter https://twitter.com/TechWizTime 🔔 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/TechWizTime 🔔 Website https://techwiztime.com ----- 💟 Affiliate & Sponsor Links 💟 🈹 Amazon US ► http://amzn.to/2lglusP 🈹 Amazon UK ► http://amzn.to/2x2V6qU 🈹 Gearbest ► https://techwiztime.com/gearbest 🈹 PIA VPN ► https://techwiztime.com/vpn 🈹 NordVPN ► https://nordvpn.com/techwiztime 🈹 TubeBuddy ► https://www.tubebuddy.com/TechWizTime ----- ⛔Please send business, marketing and sponsorship emails to ⛔ [email protected] ----- TechWizTime is a participant in the in the Amazon Services LLC Associates, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to linking to Amazon.com Video © TechWizTime 2014 - 2018. All Rights Reserved. #techwiztime
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How to remove Cryptolocker-v3(TeslaCrypt/Alpha .Crypt) ransomware
Cryptolocker-v3(TeslaCrypt/Alpha Crypt) is a file-encrypting ransomware programs that target all version of Windows including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. When Cryptolocker-v3 first installed on your computer they will create a random named executable in the %AppData% folder. It important to stress that both Cryptolocker-v3, TeslaCrypt and Alpha Crypt will scan all drive letters on your computer including removable drives, network shares, and even DropBox mappings. If a supported data file is detected it will encrypt it and then append a .ECC or .EZZ extension to the filename based on the particular variant you are infected with. The Cryptolocker-v3 ransomware will change your Windows desktop wallpaper to a BMP file located on the Windows desktop. And there are some fiels: HELP_TO_DECRYPT_YOUR_FILES.txt and the BMP file is called HELP_TO_DECRYPT_YOUR_FILES.bmp or HELP_TO_SAVE_FILES.txt and HELP_TO_SAVE_FILES.bmp. The Cryptolocker-v3 prompted "Your personal files are encrypted", and need a ransom of $500 worth of bitcoins in order to obtain the key to decrypt the files. TeslaCrypt and Alpha Crypt appeared earlier this year and masquerades as a variant of the notorious CryptoLocker ransomware. How to remove Cryptolocker-v3, TeslaCrypt or Alpha Crypt ransomware virus? 1. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode. 2. Remove associated Cryptolocker-v3 Files: %AppData%\random.exe %AppData%\key.dat %AppData%\log.html 3. Remove associated Cryptolocker-v3 Registry Information: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\%AppData%\random.exe Is it possible to decrypt files encrypted by Alpha Crypt? Unfortunately at this time there is no way to decrypt. Learn more about how to remove computer virus ►https://www.youtube.com/user/MrRemoveVirus
Views: 19291 Mr. RemoveVirus
Create  Malware , Ransomwares (Petya,Wannacry) Install TheZoo  In Kali Linux 2019
Create or generate Malwares Petya and wannacry. Thezoo Github Link: https://github.com/ytisf/theZoo
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Beware Ransomware Called Venus Locker
Beware Ransomware Called Venus Locker VenusLocker What happened to my files? Your personal files, including your photos, documents, videos and other important files on this computer, have been encrypted with RSA-4096, a strong encryption algorithm. RSA algorithm generates a public key and a private key for your computer. The public key was used to encrypt your files a moment ago. The private key is necessary for you to decrypt and recover your files. Now, your private key is stored on our secret Internet server. And there is no doubt that no one can recover your files without your private key. There is no way to decrypt the files as of yet unless you pay and even then there is no guarantee they will send you the decryption key. NEVER pay for decryption. 1. Back up your data regularly and store backup away from any computer. 2. Be very careful when opening email attachments and DON’T open attachments from unknown source. 3. Have a good antivirus security setup. Example: SecureAPlus Malarebytes Pro, Firewall. 4. Keep your computer fully updated with the latest security updates. 5. Don’t use you Administrator account as default, use standard account. 6. Show hidden file extensions of files, example: .exe 7. Don’t download programs from untrusted sites. 8. Don’t update via a popup message, go to manufactures webs site and check update there first. 9. Block .exe files in email. There is no need to receive .exe files via email. 10. Don’t open suspicions files, upload them to virustotal.com. 11. Don’t install cracked or pirated software. 12. Do NOT pay the ransom! Need help and support with computer problems? join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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What is CryptoLocker?
With this video you will understand Cryptolocker but in brief, what CryptoLocker is a ransomware trojan whose main goal is to steal data from infected computers and hold it for a ransom. CryptoLocker and its operators have extorted millions of dollars from people all over the world. In this video, learn how to avoid infection, what to do in the instance that your device becomes infected, and how to recover your data. It is important to be prepared! 0:07 What is CryptoLocker? 0:46 What's the difference between a virus and malware? 1:42 How does CryptoLocker spread? 2:09 What is the best way to avoid getting the infection? 2:41 How do you remove CryptoLocker once it has infected your system? 3:04 Who do you think has the highest risk of being targeted? 3:45 What is the best method of protection for a business owner? 4:22 At DCSNY, how do you protect your clients from CryptoLocker? 5:31 What should you do immediately after being infected by CryptoLocker? 6:44 Why is it important to have a proper backup? Visit us online: http://www.dcsny.com/ or give us a call: (844) TECHIES
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How to Spot and Avoid the Cryptolocker Crypto Virus Ransomware
This video shows how to spot an email containing Cryptolocker. The email has a Microsoft Word attachment and claims to have been scanned by "Symantec Email.cloud service." Opening the Word attachment doesn't cause the virus to activate because the Word macro settings are set to prompt user to enable the content. Only when the Word content is enabled does the virus activate and encrypt the files on the computer. Jake Nonnemaker CEO - AXICOM, Inc. Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jakenonnemaker Follow my blog: http://www.axicom.net/blog
Views: 832 TechCast with Jake
Ransomware destroying computer files
A computer virus called cryptolocker can permanently destroy everything on your pc.
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Ransomware Recovery and Ransomware Removal
If you're to guess what is ransomware? Your likely to guess correctly. Ransomware, like a ransom, holds something hostage (in this case your files / data) until a sum of money is paid. Some forms of ransomware will actually encrypt your files while others will prevent your system from being utilized until you pay the amount requested. If you have ransomware whether its cryptolocker, cryptowall, crypto0l0cker, Teslacrypt, Panda, or other forms of ransomware, we suggest you take no further action on your own especially if you are not an experienced ransomware recovery company. You may end up doing more harm than good and can potentially cause irreversible damage to your data and files. Proven Data Recovery provides ransomware recovery and removal from all of the leading ransomware including Cryptolocker, Crypt0L0cker, Cryptowall, Teslacrypt, Panda, BitCrypt, Critroni, CTB Locker, Curve-Tor-Bitcoin Locker, CoinVault, batch file ransomware, VirLock, VirRansom,Police Ransom, Ransomware archiver,TorrentLocker, CryptoFortress, VaultCrypt,Troldesh, SynoLocker, Kriptovor and others that recently have been developed. With ransomware infections on the rise, we stay up to date with the latest recovery and removal techniques. All ransomware file recovery evaluations are free. Open a ransomware recovery case today https://www.provendatarecovery.com/data-recovery-services/ransomware-data-recovery-removal/ Or call toll free 877-364-5161 for a free ransomware recovery and removal consultation. Popular Ransomware Recovery and Removal Services we handle: Cryptolocker data recovery Cryptolocker removal Crypt0L0cker data recovery Crypt0L0cker removal Cryptowall data recovery Cryptowall removal Teslacrypt data recovery Teslacrypt removal CTB Locker data recovery CTB Locker Removal Ransomware data recovery Remove ransomware Malware data recovery Virus data recovery Full List of Current Ransomware: Accdfisa Ransomware Alias - Anti Cyber Crime Department of Federal Internet Security Agency Ransom Androidos_Locker Ransomware Alias - ANDROIDOS_LOCKER Cribit Ransomware Alias - BitCrypt Crilock Ransomware Alias - CryptoLocker Critolock Ransomware Alias - Cryptographic locker Crypaura Ransomware Alias - Crypctb Ransomware Alias - Critroni, CTB Locker, Curve-Tor-Bitcoin Locker Crypdef Ransomware Alias - CryptoDefense Cryptcoin Ransomware Alias - CoinVault Cryptfile Ransomware Alias - CRYPTFILE Crypwall Ransomware Alias - CryptoWall, CryptWall, CryptoWall 3.0 Cryptrolf Ransomware Alias - CRYPTROLF Crypttor Ransomware Alias - CRYPTTOR Cryptor Ransomware Alias - batch file ransomware Downcrypt Ransomware Alias - batch file ransomware Virlock Ransomware Alias - VirLock, VirRansom Pgpcoder Ransomware Alias - PGPCODER Kollah Ransomware Alias - KOLLAH Kovter Ransomware Alias - KOVTER Matsnu Ransomware Alias - MATSNU Ransom Ransomware Alias - RANSOM Reveton Ransomware Alias - Police Ransom Vbuzky Ransomware Alias - VBUZKY Cryptop Ransomware Alias - Ransomware archiver Gulcrypt Ransomware Alias - Ransomware archiver Crypweb Ransomware Alias - PHP ransomware Crypdirt Ransomware Alias - Dirty Decrypt Cryptorbit Ransomware Alias - CRYPTORBIT Cryptlock Ransomware Alias - TorrentLocker Crypfort Ransomware Alias - CryptoFortress Cryptesla Ransomware Alias - TeslaCrypt Crypvault Ransomware Alias - VaultCrypt Crypshed Ransomware Alias - Troldesh Synolock Ransomware Alias - SynoLocker Kryptovor Ransomware Alias - Kriptovor CTB Locker Ransomware Alias - CTB-Locker KEYholder Ransomware #Ransomware
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Everything You Wanted to Know About Cryptolocker
Corey Nachreiner, CISSP and Director of Security Strategy for WatchGuard Technologies, posts a quick video describing the fast-spreading and nasty Ransomware called Cryptolocker, and also shows how WatchGuard XTM appliances can block it. Visit our blog post for full details: http://watchguardsecuritycenter.com
Views: 9306 Corey Nachreiner
Ransomware virus 'WannaCry' plagues 100k computers across 99 countries
A major so-called 'ransomware' attack is underway worldwide, with more than 100 thousand attacks, according to the latest reports. This map shows where the attacks are occurring, with 99 countries now affected by the virus, that's according to security software company Avast. The malware displays a screen demanding 300 dollars in the cyber currency bitcoin from the owners of the affected computers. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8bi1 LIVE UPDATES: https://on.rt.com/8bid RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Cryptolocker ransomware could destroy computers
It is called, The Perfect Crime.... Website: sott.net Image credit: belongs to their respective owner(s) and not to me... Author credit: Joe Shortsleeve, CBS Boston, WBZ-TV Original website and article link: http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/12/18/cryptolocker-ransomware-being-described-as-the-perfect-crime/ Article link: http://www.sott.net/article/270589-ALERT-Cryptolocker-ransomware-being-described-as-the-perfect-crime-It-can-destroy-your-computer Note: I do not take any credit for the content, photos or videos in these reports. DISCLAIMER I read for the visually impaired and for mobile device users. If anyone does not wish to listen to the entire broadcast, please use link provided... No copyright infringement is ever intended...also, please do your own research if more info is desired.. This video report is not to cause any fear, or panic..It is for the viewer to decide... This is for information only for anyone who may be interested... The content does not necessarily reflect my own personal viewpoints or opinions, it is up to the viewer to decide. I'm unable to verify or confirm the content, so please understand this... FAIR USE STATEMENT: This site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in an effort to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. we believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/... If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.
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Paying for Crypto Locker Ransomware $300 part 2
UK VICTIMS ----------------- MET Police is asking anyone affected by this to call 0300 123 2040 (Action Fraud). Trasactions between buyers and sellers are legit and have nothing to do with the crime. If money has been reversed from your account this comes under a mistake on behalf of the police and they should reverse it back again. If action fraud are holding back, please quote reference number CH9153. Police is on the sellers' side. --------------- Part 1 http://youtu.be/_rQRJHwMqi8 Part 2 http://youtu.be/sPSB2pv9J_4 Part 3 http://youtu.be/LinFZaIqd7E The bad news is decryption is impossible unless a user has the private key stored on the cybercriminals' server. Currently, infected users are instructed to pay $300 USD to receive this private key. Infected users also have a time limit to send the payment. If this time elapses, the private key is destroyed, and your files may be lost forever. Files targeted are those commonly found on most PCs today; a list of file extensions for targeted files include: 3fr, accdb, ai, arw, bay, cdr, cer, cr2, crt, crw, dbf, dcr, der, dng, doc, docm, docx, dwg, dxf, dxg, eps, erf, indd, jpe, jpg, kdc, mdb, mdf, mef, mrw, nef, nrw, odb, odm, odp, ods, odt, orf, p12, p7b, p7c, pdd, pef, pem, pfx, ppt, pptm, pptx, psd, pst, ptx, r3d, raf, raw, rtf, rw2, rwl, srf, srw, wb2, wpd, wps, xlk, xls, xlsb, xlsm, xlsx In some cases, it may be possible to recover previous versions of the encrypted files using System Restore or other recovery software used to obtain "shadow copies" of files. http://www.tecteam.co.uk
Views: 18416 Salamanda UK
Cryptolocker Ransomware Virus Removal
Have you heard about the Cryptolocker virus? Learn more about the Cryptolocker at http://www.petronellacomputer.com/cryptolocker - It's the worst virus in 10+ years that cane bring your business to a screeching halt, costing you time, money and productivity. We recently had 3 customers get this new ransomware virus. It crippled their business for days, with no access to their data. All files were scrambled and looked like the wingdings font. They had to pay the terrorist group to get their data back. Don't ever negotiate with terrorists. We have reported each incident to the FBI and in working with the FBI, found a way we can guarantee to protect you against this crypto locker virus and future ransomware viruses. The Answer: Petronella Managed Security Services to protect against new virus and ransomware threats such as the Cryptolocker. It's an impressive solution that protects your business from the new ransomware viruses and it shows graphs in real-time of which machines may have viruses and malware on them and how it's protecting your company. Call us today for a free 15 minute consultation to learn your risks. I believe it will prove to be a valuable investment of your time and if this is one of the only services you use from our firm, you will be very impressed. We guarantee it. In fact, if you are ever infected with the Cryptolocker ransomware while on this protection, we will work for free to clean it off AND even pay the ransom!
Views: 753 Craig Petronella
How to prevent the CryptoLocker Virus
How to Prevent the CryptoLocker Virus CryptoLocker is a new family of ransomware whose business model is based on extorting money from users. This continues the trend started by another infamous piece of malware which also extorts its victims, the so-called ‘Police Virus’, which asks users to pay a ‘fine’ to unlock their computers. However, unlike the Police Virus, CryptoLocker hijacks users’ documents and asks them to pay a ransom (with a time limit to send the payment). When Data-Tech customer was hit with the dreaded “Cryptolocker” virus, Data-Tech sprung into action and restored the network with astoundingly little downtime. On June 15, 2015, Data-Tech customer was affected by a new strain of the Cryptolocker virus. Cryptolocker is a Ransomware Trojan hidden in executable programs that appear to be benign, typically found in emails falsely claiming to be from popular brands such as UPS or Amazon. Once an unsuspecting user clicks on the executable, the program starts running in the background, encrypting all local Word, PDF, Excel and other popular files. Once the local encryption is complete, the virus moves to the shared drives attached to the device and begins to encrypt the files therein. There's a huge threat roaming around on the Internet right now: A nasty piece of ransomware called Cryptolocker. Many organizations are being infected with this malware, but fortunately, there are surefire ways to avoid it and also ways to mitigate the damage without letting the hackers win. Cryptolocker - How to avoid getting infected and what to do if you are. https://www.datatechitp.com/data-tech-case-study-career-exchange-and-cryptolocker/
Views: 2649 Data-Tech
Malware's Most Wanted: CryptoLocker—The Ransomware Trojan
The CryptoLocker Malware encrypts certain files with a private key and demands payment to regain access to the files. Nick Bilogorskiy, Director of Security Research, presents this deep dive into CryptoLocker and looks at the latest information around what is called one of the two most sophisticated and destructive forms of malicious software in existence. (The other being Gameover Zeus.) Malware's Most Wanted is a monthly series to inform IT security professionals on the details of the most dangerous advanced persistent threats. Attendees receive a special edition t-shirt.
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Paying for Crypto Locker Ransomware $300 part 3
UK VICTIMS ----------------- MET Police is asking anyone affected by this to call 0300 123 2040 (Action Fraud). Trasactions between buyers and sellers are legit and have nothing to do with the crime. If money has been reversed from your account this comes under a mistake on behalf of the police and they should reverse it back again. If action fraud are holding back, please quote reference number CH9153. Police is on the sellers' side. --------------- Part 1 http://youtu.be/_rQRJHwMqi8 Part 2 http://youtu.be/sPSB2pv9J_4 Part 3 http://youtu.be/LinFZaIqd7E The bad news is decryption is impossible unless a user has the private key stored on the cybercriminals' server. Currently, infected users are instructed to pay $300 USD to receive this private key. Infected users also have a time limit to send the payment. If this time elapses, the private key is destroyed, and your files may be lost forever. Files targeted are those commonly found on most PCs today; a list of file extensions for targeted files include: 3fr, accdb, ai, arw, bay, cdr, cer, cr2, crt, crw, dbf, dcr, der, dng, doc, docm, docx, dwg, dxf, dxg, eps, erf, indd, jpe, jpg, kdc, mdb, mdf, mef, mrw, nef, nrw, odb, odm, odp, ods, odt, orf, p12, p7b, p7c, pdd, pef, pem, pfx, ppt, pptm, pptx, psd, pst, ptx, r3d, raf, raw, rtf, rw2, rwl, srf, srw, wb2, wpd, wps, xlk, xls, xlsb, xlsm, xlsx In some cases, it may be possible to recover previous versions of the encrypted files using System Restore or other recovery software used to obtain "shadow copies" of files. http://www.tecteam.co.uk
Views: 17946 Salamanda UK
Who is to blame for the massive ransomware attack? - Inside Story
It is a computer virus called 'WannaCry'. An estimated 75,000 computers in 99 countries have been infected in what is being called the biggest attack of its kind in history. By exploiting a bug in the Windows operating system, malicious software, known as ransomware, locks computers and demands money to restore access. Major hits include Britain's National Health Service, the French car maker Renault, the international shipper FedEx, Russia's banks and interior ministry, as well as the Spanish telecoms company Telefonica. So, should the world be be worried by the rise in ransomware? Presenter: Martine Dennis Guests: Marco Cova - Security researcher Robert Pritchard - Cyber security expert and associate fellow at RUSI Jennifer Pybus - Senior lecturer at the University of the Arts London - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 87942 Al Jazeera English
Ransomware and Crypto-Malware - CompTIA Security+ SY0-501 - 1.1
Professor Messer’s Course Notes: http://professormesser.link/501cn Frequently Asked Questions: http://professormesser.link/faq - - - - - Ransomware is the latest generation of malware that attacks both your data and your pocketbook. In this video, you’ll learn how ransomware targets critical data storage at both home and work.
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CryptoLocker malware forces computer user to pay ransom for files
CryptoLocker malware forces computer user to pay ransom for files
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Petya Ransomware Overwrites MBR Then Encrypts Hard Drive
Petya Ransomware Overwrites MBR Then Encrypts Hard Drive If getting infected with crypto ransomware was not bad enough, now cyber criminals created a new Petya ransomware which overwrites the master boot record (MBR) of the infected computer, this of course leaves the computer in an unbootable state. Even if you repair the MBR the data on that hard disk will be encrypted. Petya is delivered via spam emails which targets businesses in particular, the ransomware email is linked to a shared Dropbox folder which contains a self-extracting archive, these are generally a curriculum vitae CV. If this CV is download and executed, the Petya ransomware is installed on that computer, changing then MBR to display a fake BSOD Blue Screen of Death, which then executes a fake chkdsk. While the fake scan is happening, Petya ransomware is actually encrypting the master file table (MFT) Petya does not encrypt the file data itself, instead it encrypts the MFT, which makes the data invisible to the operating system. If you have the RED Petya Ransom, there is a chance you can retrieve your data. Information will be listed below. https://petya-pay-no-ransom.herokuapp.com/ https://github.com/leo-stone/hack-petya Here is some useful information on Petya Ransomware created by Malwarebytes https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2016/04/petya-ransomware/ Sadly there is no decryption method for the new GREEN Petya Ransom at this time.
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Norton Antivirus Can't Detect Ransomware / Cryptolocker
I received a ransomware virus in the e-mail. Google Apps, Norton Antivirus, and Windows were unable to detect it as a virus. I went ahead and extracted the virus from the ZIP file, and again Norton would not detect it as a virus. I went ahead and downloaded the EXE (see the dissection video for more details), and it too was undetected. It took about 3 days for Norton and Google Apps to begin detecting it as a virus. For all your Global IT Security Needs, in Edmonton, AB and around the world: Call us 24/7 at 1 866 716 8955 / 780 628 1816 Visit us at https://www.hsmitservices.com/network-security We'll take care of you!
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How To Safely Remove CryptoLocker Ransomware - CryptoLocker Ransomware Removal Guide
Visit http://www.cleanpcguide.com/download and follow the instructions on the page to download and remove the virus. CryptoLocker Ransomware infection is promoted through hacked sites that use exploits to install this program onto your computer without your permission. Once installed is it will display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. Once CryptoLocker Ransomware is started it will do a fake scan on your computer that will state that there are numerous infections or problems present. It will then prompt you to remove these so-called infections or problems, but will not allow you to do so unless you first purchase the program. Please understand, that CryptoLocker Ransomware is scripted to show you these fake scan results regardless of the computer you are on and how clean it is. Therefore, do not be concerned by any of the scan results as they are only being shown to scare you into thinking that you have a serious computer problem. CryptoLocker Ransomware will also configure Windows to use a Proxy Server. This Proxy Server will intercept all Internet requests and instead of displaying your requested web pages, will show fake security alerts stating the web site you are visiting is malicious. More Tags: Remove CryptoLocker Ransomware CryptoLocker Ransomware removal CryptoLocker Ransomware How to remove CryptoLocker Ransomware How to get rid of CryptoLocker Ransomware Delete CryptoLocker Ransomware Uninstall CryptoLocker Ransomware how to delete CryptoLocker Ransomware how to get rid of CryptoLocker Ransomware how to uninstall CryptoLocker Ransomware CryptoLocker Ransomware Virus CryptoLocker Ransomware Trojan Fake CryptoLocker Ransomware Virus CryptoLocker Ransomware Removal Tool Detect CryptoLocker Ransomware Automatic CryptoLocker Ransomware Removal CryptoLocker Ransomware Infection CryptoLocker Ransomware Scam
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After a long time not using my Laptop , I got it locked up by a Police virus . Operating System(s) Windows only What is Ransomware? Ransomware is malicious software that denies you access to your computer or files until you pay a ransom. Encrypts personal files/folders (e.g., the contents of your My Documents folder - documents, spreadsheets, pictures, videos). Files are deleted once they are encrypted and generally there is a text file in the same folder as the now-inaccessible files with instructions for payment. You may see a lock screen but not all variants show one. Instead you may only notice a problem when you attempt to open your files. This type is called 'file encryptor' ransomware. For example, CryptoLocker is a file encryptor that Sophos Anti-Virus detects as Troj/Ransom-ACP. 'Locks' the screen (presents a full screen image that blocks all other windows) and demands payment. No personal files are encrypted. Example screenshots of with type running on a computer are shown below (click for larger view).. This type is called 'WinLocker' ransomware. There is also 'MBR ransomware'. The Master Boot Record (MBR) is a section of the computer's hard drive that allows the operating system to boot up. MBR ransomware changes the computer's MBR so the normal boot process is interrupted and a ransom demand is displayed on screen instead. What we will need is the Kaspersky Rescue Disk witch can be downloaded here : http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/rescuedisk#downloads You will need a empty CD to record the file as a bootable CD . If you want to start up from USB you will need a IMAGE burner like Unetbootin Poweriso or Imageburn .
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How to Remove encrypted by CTB-Locker virus from your desktop and recover your missing file
Know about CTB-Locker encryption : CTB-Locker is a dangerous ransom ware infection that encrypts files and requires that the users of the infected computers pay for the decryption. The CTB-Locker ransom ware infection is installed by a Trojan horse, which gets on the computer through insecure websites and files exchange websites. Using Shadow Explorer: You can also use a program called Shadow Explorer to restore entire folders at once. http://www.shadowexplorer.com/downloads.html use the latest version 9 File locations: 1, % Windir % C:\Windows 2, %Temp% C:\Users\Current User\App Data\Local\Temp 3,%My Documents% C:\Users\Current User\Documents Step1: Clear all Temp files Step2: Reset your Personal desktop themes Step3 : Delete bitmap Step4: Use Shadow-explorer DONATE TO DEEZ- PAYPAL DONATE BUTTON DOESN'T SUPPORT IN INDIA, BUT YOU CAN DO BY USING THIS LINK.: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BRZVDCMQNWVH2 Any amount you can give is welcome.. This video I created Only for Educational Purpose [ Subscribe for more Videos ] how to remove viruses from pc how to get rid of viruses on computer trojan viruses how to remove all viruses from your computer how to remove a virus from laptop how to rid computer of virus how to get rid of virus on your computer best way to get rid of virus on computer computer virus removal service how to remove internet virus from your computer getting rid of a computer virus computer has virus how to fix how to remove viruses from PC For more Subscribe Copyright Reserved © - 2015-16 All rights to this video is owned DEEZ : www.deezzone.com The video obeys the YouTube Community Guidelines and NO copyright content is present in this video. For Educational Purpose Only. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for -fair use- for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use Copyright Reserved © - 2015-16
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Ransomware - Anatomy of an Attack
See how an effective ransomware attack comes together. This is why today's enterprises require effective security. For more on how Cisco looks to keep ransomware at bay, go to: http://cs.co/9001BAFGf.
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SCAMMER VS WANNACRY RANSOMWARE (thinks he can recover the PC)
▸Join the Discord - https://discord.io/novus In this video I'm back at it again with tech support scammers, this time with a twist. I had previously infected the virtual machine with the infamous WannaCry ransomware. The scammers claims that he could simply just recover our files are of course false and he is left looking like a bit of an idiot.
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Cryptolocker Removal and Decryption by Purchase
This video documents the process of removing the Cryptolocker virus by using the MoneyPak purchase.
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Most Ransomware Isn't As Complex As You Might Think
by Engin Kirda In this presentation, hear the findings of new academic research into ransomware in which we analyzed more than 1,300 samples captured in the wild from 2006 and 2014 from 15 malware families - including Calelk, Cryptolocker, CryptoWall, Gpcode, Filecoder, Kevtor, Reveton, Seftad, Urausy and Winlock. Our results indicate that (while ransomware authors have made some advancements in encryption, deletion and communication techniques over those eight years) the real impact on victims who don't pay is typically still both nondestructive and preventable. Even the very small set of truly destructive zero-day ransomware samples with sophisticated encryption capabilities we identified can be detected and stopped. First, learn how ransomware appears to have changed - and stayed the same - from 2006 and 2014, including constants, commonalities and advancements across 15 ransomware families in that timeframe. For example, we verified the widely held belief that ransomware attacks have been increasing in volume in recent years. In fact, they grew by more than 500% from 2012-13. However, the majority have not been sufficiently increasing in sophistication in that timeframe to truly take victims data or hardware hostage. Discover previously undocumented aspects of ransomware attacks with a focus on distinctive and common behaviors among different families. Second, see a comparison of the threatened impacts vs. the real impacts of the studied ransomware, demonstrating that the vast majority is essentially bluffing its own destructive capabilities in order to extract funds from the victim who is afraid of losing personal and/or valuable data or equipment. More than 94% of ransomware in our multi-year study simply attempted to lock the victims desktop and demand ransom, or used very similar and superficial approaches to encrypt or delete the victims files. Third, delve into the inner workings of rare destructive ransomware to ascertain key attributes in the code and execution of its instructions that make it both effective and detectible. Hear about the API calls, file system activity and decoy files that consistently surface from different malware families in the wild. Take a look at the various charging methods adopted by different ransomware families including Bitcoin, Moneypak, Paysafecar and Ukash cards. More than 88% of ransomware samples used prepaid online payment systems. Finally, understand why detecting and stopping advanced ransomware attacks is not as difficult as others have reported. In fact, by scanning for unusual behavior in file system activities, such as I/O requests you can detect even relatively sophisticated ransomware. By protecting the Master File Table (MFT) in the New Technology File System (NTFS) file system on Windows machines, you can prevent most zero-day ransomware attacks. These findings contradict some security community discussions that suggest the impossibility of detecting or stopping these types of attacks due to the use of sophisticated, destructive techniques.
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Virus Alert: Crypto Locker - In Introduction to "Your personal files are encrypted!"
This video gives a brief overview of a new virus called Crypto Locker. This piece of malware is infecting the computers of private and business users. This virus encrypts data from your hard drive and holds them ransom for a set amount of time. The user cannot obtain their data unless they pay the required amount. There is not a current fix for this virus.
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Wannacry Ransomware Attack explained - What is Ransomware? - How can you Protect yourself?
Wannacry Ransomware has become talk of the town suddenly. Wannacry Ransomware attack on NHS has become worst digital disaster in the recent history of internet. Wannacry Ransomware Attack explained - What is Ransomware? - How can you Protect yourself? After the cryptolocker ransomware attack wannacry attack is the biggest in the world. Using Microsoft`s flaw wanna decryptor has posed massive threat to world`s hospital`s data. This is a video explaining this cybercrime in detail. May 12th 2017 saw the biggest ever cyber attack in Internet history (yes, bigger than the Dyn DDoS). A ransomware named WannaCry stormed through the web, with the damage epicenter being in Europe. WannaCry leveraged a vulnerability in Windows OS, first discovered by the NSA, and then publicly revealed to the world by the Shadow Brokers. In the first few hours, 200,000 machines were infected. Big organizations such as Renault or the NHS were struck and crippled by the attack. Ransomware has been a growing trend for the past two years, and this is just a culmination, a grand reveal to the wider world of just how big of a threat it is. But we’ve been writing about this for a while now. Some time ago, a delivery guy walked into my house. While I signed for the package, he realized that I`m interested in cyber security and asked: My entire music collection from the past 11 years got encrypted by ransomware. So What is ransomware? How hackers are using it in the NHS cyber attack Hackers claim to have taken control of vast amounts of patient data, and are holding it to ransom. On Friday the NHS reported a large-scale cyber attack that forced trusts across the country to shut down their entire IT systems and postpone all non-urgent activity. The attack is believed to be the result of "ransomware", a type of malware that been used by computer hackers for many years to capture information, extort money or force people or organisations to behave in certain ways. It's one of a number of different tools that cybersecurity specialists have to fight against, in order to keep systems safe. Worryingly, ransomware and virus programs are becoming increasingly widespread. Would-be hackers can purchase malicious software kits the same way they would buy a video game or creative design program. Like any kind of ransom, a ransomware virus takes something from the computer (or the internet) and hides it away using encryption technology, before demanding payment from the victim in order to return it. Back in 2013, a vicious ransomware virus called CryptoLocker attacked 250,000 computers and stole personal files and photographs. It would only release the files if victims paid £200 within 72 hours. Bitcoin and other digital currencies have made it even easier to extort money from users because transactions can now be handled quickly and anonymously. What has attacked the NHS? The NHS said in a statement that it has been hit by a virus known as Wanna Decryptor, which is a new version of ransomware that appeared earlier this year. Wanna Decryptor is distributed through spam emails and fake ads, which trick users into downloading the virus onto their computer. It then sets about creating encrypted copies of files on the victim's computer, and deleting the originals, leaving the victim with the encrypted copies, which cannot be accessed without a decryption key. It then blackmails the victim for money in exchange for revealing the decryption key and restoring access to the affected files. The process of encryption is not in itself a malicious one, which is why most security software fails to detect it as a threat. WannaCry ransomware has become a huge threat for anyone using a Windows computer in the past couple of days. If you are not sure what the WannaCry ransomware is, and are wondering what's going on and whether your computer is secure, fret no more. This video explains what the WannaCry ransomware is, and what you need to do protect you computer. What Is WannaCry, and Other Questions Answered: https://goo.gl/2lFIAv WannaCry Said to Be Developed Using Stolen US Tech: https://goo.gl/jXWUhy CERT-In Issues Red Alert Over WannaCry: https://goo.gl/PsMaJd MeitY Says Activated 'Response Mechanism' Against WannaCry: https://goo.gl/MmfYlu Wannacry Ransomware Attack explained - What is Ransomware? - How can you Protect yourself? wannacry | wanna cry | ransomware | malware | virus | news | wannacrypt | nsa | wannacry ransomware attack | wannacry ransomware | antivirus | bitcoin | windows | microsoft | wcry | wanacry | security | cyber attack | virus wanna cry | worm | ransom | wanna cry | virus | ransomware attack | nhs | virus ransomware | wanacry | ransomware virus | hacking | security | cyber attack | what is ransomware | ataque ransomware | ransomware removal | wannacry ransomware | ransomware decrypt | wannacry ransomware attack | nhs ransomware | cryptolocker | antivirus | shadow brokers | wannacryptor | ransom | wannacry virus
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Am I at Risk From Ransomware
Am I at Risk From Ransomware Ransomware is on the rise and with this crypto ransomware being so aggressive and in encrypting all your data and holding you to ransom for a fee to release your data is a nightmare for home users and businesses. These malicious malware can infected a computer and bring a business to its knees. Anti-Virus companies are working hard to find a way to protect people and their customers from being hit by ransomware. But beware of software companies claiming you are protected, never let your guard down and make regular backups of your data and keep it in a safe place away from the computer. Having a computer image of your system and backup of your data is the only sure way of defeating ransomware. The only inconvenience is reinstalling your operating system, but I see this as a small price to pay, it’s better than getting hit by ransomware and having all your data encrypted and having no way of recovering that data. Now there is companies that are releasing ransomware protection software, but like I said nothing gives your 100% protection against Crypto-Ransomware like CTB-Locker, Locky and TeslaCrypt, File Locker, Torrent Locker, Cryptolocker, Cryptowall, MBR Ransomware, Petya and many others. Yes this software is a step I the right direction, but it’s the wrong message we should be sending out to people, relying on software is not the answer to the problem, cyber criminals will find a way to bypass your software and infected your system with Cypto-Ransomware. So in this video I will be testing out Bitdefender Anti Ransomware, this video is for education purposes and to show you how good or bad the software is that I am testing. Stopping ransomware is not easy and there is always a chance things can go wrong. Never play with ransomware on your personal computer, these tests are done in a virtual lab setup. If you wish to use Bitdefender Anti Ransomware, you can download it from there website below Free Bitdefender tool protects against ransomware infections https://labs.bitdefender.com/2016/03/combination-crypto-ransomware-vaccine-released/ Need help with computer problem? join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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Warning: CryptoLocker virus holds computers ransom
A new online extortion cyber threat called CryptoLocker could affect anyone who has a computer, and especially people who use Facebook.
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How can you protect yourself against Cryptolocker and other ransomware?
John Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., answers the frequently asked question, " How can you protect yourself against Cryptolocker and other ransomware?" Call us at (703) 359-0700 or visit us online at http://www.senseient.com for more information.
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A ransom malware hits users
A ransom malware called Cryptolocker has been encrypting or locking data files of gullible users who inadvertently install it and asks for $300 to release the data. Mint's Zahra Khan and Leslie D'Monte discuss.
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CryptoLocker Ransomware Variants Are Lurking “In the Shadows;” Learn How to Protect Against Them
Recently, attackers employing a CryptoLocker variant have been removing volume shadow copies on systems, disallowing the users from restoring those files, and then encrypting the files for ransom. If a user cannot recover from backups, he/she is at the attacker’s mercy. In this technical session, we’ll discuss the ins and outs of shadow copies, reveal how attackers are using them to encrypt files for ransom, and then discuss ways you can quickly - and easily - detect and respond to these kinds of attacks. Ryan Nolette, Security Operations Lead, Carbon Black Ryan Nolette, now the security operations lead, was a senior threat researcher and senior incident response consultant at Bit9 + Carbon Black and draws from more than a decade of intense and active incident response, threat research, and IT experience to add a unique perspective of technical expertise and strategic vision to Bit9 + Carbon Black. Prior to joining Bit9, Ryan was a technology risk analyst for Fidelity Investments, where he was the malware subject-matter expert for their cybersecurity group and focused on signature verification and placement for all IPS across the world, and provided non-signature-based malware detection and prevention through manual auditing and automated tools that he wrote. Ryan earned a bachelor’s degree in Information Security and Forensics from the Rochester Institute of Technology and is constantly looking to learn new skills and technologies.
Put two terrible things together and you get... CANCER. This video is a dank meme. Check out my serious-style WanaCry videos here: Demo - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLkbWQJgybY If You Don't Pay - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyIRqisDh7k bit.ly/SkyLoungeDiscord
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Cryptowall Ransomware: A new way of online extortion
A new online scam is putting your data at huge risk.Terry Cutler, Chief Technology Officer Digital Locksmiths explains what Cryptowall is and how you can protect yourself from it. This is ONE NASTY virus that you need to know about. Please check your nightly backups because if you get hit with this, you're gonna have a bad day !! Aired Thursday Jul 17, 2014 on Global News Montreal TV What is the cryptowall? This virus can cause you to have a REALLY bad day. CryptoWall is ransomware that seeks out and encrypts documents on the infected machine and any connected shares or drives. The encrypted files are held ransom for a fee. If the fee is not paid within a specific timeframe, the fee will be doubled. If it is still not paid, the encrypted files will be deleted. Decryption is only feasibly possible given the purchase of the key. However, open source intelligence suggests paying the fee does not always result in the restoration of files. Who is doing this? Large group of organized criminals specializing in Ransomware. This one is a bit different from the original Crypto-locker but the concept is the same. It encrypts all of your files and then leaves payment instructions (ransom notes) in every folder it managed to encrypt. The key needed to decrypt your files must be purchased from the criminals. What happens to your computer/data? Once Cryptowall enters your PC it encrypts .doc, .jpg, .pdf, .ppt and other types of files. The Virus also places Decrypt_Instruction.url, Decrypt_Instruction.txt and other files within a folder of the encrypted files. What can people do to protect themselves? FIRST THING, and you'll thank me one day for this !! Go out and buy an external hard drive and backup your data on a nightly basis. You just never know when you'll need it. I recommend the following actions be taken: • Since the emails are originating from spoofed email accounts, educate users on checking the senders of the e-mails and verify the legitimacy of the sender. I've taken this initiative by creating InternetSafetyUniversity.com please subscribe • Do not to visit un-trusted websites or follow links provided by unknown or un-trusted sources • Be cautious when clicking on links in emails coming from trusted sources • Do not download suspicious or unauthorized programs • Triple check that your anti-virus is installed and definitions are up to date • If infected with CryptoWall, remediate the infection via a current antivirus versoin. What should people do once they're affected? First thing to do is go into you control panel and uninstall anything to do with Crypt. Some of you will have something in there, others will not. Next we restart computer into "safe mode". Once your computer starts to reboot back up, keep pressing the F8 key to get it in safe mode. Once there highlight and click "safe mode". -Once your computer is booted up and in safe mode click on the start button and type in "regedit". Now this step should ONLY be used by experts because you can really damage your windows operating system. If you're not sure, call a pro to help or your 6 year old child :) Search for the word "crypto" If anything with the word cryptobit or cryptorbit is found, we want to delete it. - Now, follow this exact path.. Hkey_current_User--software--microsoft--¬windows--current version--run- now look for Cryptorbit, right click it and click delete. And click yes to the prompt asking if you are sure you want to delete it. - Now click on the Start menu then click on "Administrator", then Appdata--Roaming-- then find and delete Cryptorbit related files. - Restart your computer as normal. If all the star align, you should have all your files back BEWARE if you decide to go with automatic removal tools. They will also do the job, but they will also install advertising software and other annoyances, possibly even other viruses.
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Jigsaw Ransomware | Live Attack
Jigsaw Ransomware | Live Attack. A new ransomware has been released that not only encrypts your files, but also deletes them if you take too long to make the ransom payment of $150 USD. The Jigsaw Ransomware, named after the iconic character that appears in the ransom note, will delete files every hour and each time the infection starts until you pay the ransom. At this time is currently unknown how this ransomware is distributed. This is the first time that we have seen these types of threats actually being carried out by a ransomware infection. The good news is that a method has been discovered that allows victims to decrypt their files for free. Download: https://github.com/ytisf/theZoo/tree/master/malwares/Binaries/Ransomware.Jigsaw Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kaliforensics Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/penetrationtesting/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/penetrationtesting9 Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/100533333838477433416/ Thanks For Watching.... Like Share & Subscribe.....
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How To Foil Ransomware
IT Security Tip : How to foil Ransomware Not too long ago, the CryptoLocker ransomware virus was all over the news, infecting over 250,000 computers in its first 100 days of release (at least that’s the number reported – the real numbers are probably MUCH higher). The threat was fairly straightforward: Pay us or we’ll delete all your data. Ransomware, like the CryptoLocker attack, works by encrypting your files to prevent you from using or accessing them. After your files are compromised, the hackers behind the attack then pop up a demand screen asking for payment ($400 to $2,000) within a set time frame (e.g., 72 hours or three days) in order to get the key to decrypt your files. The last CryptoLocker virus forced many business owners to lose data or pay up since there was no other way to decrypt the files. Obviously the best way to foil a ransomware attack is to be incredibly diligent about IT security; but with hundreds of thousands of new attacks being created daily, there are no guarantees that you won’t get infected. Therefore, it’s critical to maintain a full, daily backup of your data OFF-SITE so that IF you do get whacked with ransomware, you can recover all your files without having to pay a thin dime; and don’t forget to back up off-site PCs, laptops, remote offices and third-party software data stored in cloud apps as well! #ransomwareattacks #ransomwareremovaltool #ransomwarewannacry #ransomwarewannacry #ransomwareattacks2017 Call CDN to learn more at (905) 542-9759 or email [email protected]
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Friendly Computers & Computer Renaissance Sweet Tips & Tricks: Cryptolocker
Our SweetTip for today is without a doubt the most important tip we've ever released. Why, because it's a security tip about a new malware called Cryptolocker and once it takes over your computer all your files will be lost unless you pay a ransom to get them released. In this tip we're going to show you what you need to do to prevent the malware from taking over your computer AND what you need to do to protect your files from the 'Bad Guys.'
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How To Decrypt / Recover Dharma Ransomware / Virus
This video will show you how to decrypt your dharma files from ransomware and may also work on other ransomware files. This ransomware mostly comes via RDP, so please disable it or secure it with a strong password. Backups, multiple backups and testing them regularly are important. How to decrypt .dharma files: 1. First Copy the encrypted files to a new folder 2. Download Kaspersky Decryptor - http://media.kaspersky.com/utilities/VirusUtilities/EN/rakhnidecryptor.zip 3. Unzip the file called – rakhnidecryptor.zip 4. Run the rakhnidecryptor file 5. And follow these steps on the video 6. You can delete the dharma files after they have been decrypted. Shortly after the release of master decryption keys and decryptor for Crysis, a ransomware family that emerged in June 2016, reports of activity of a new variant patterned after the former surfaced. Dharma (detected by Trend Micro as RANSOM_CRYSIS.F116KI) uses asymmetric cryptography before appending the .[[email protected]].dharma extension to the filename of each locked file while other variants use the extension .[[email protected]].dharma. This means that an encrypted file named “photo.jpg” becomes photo.jpg.[[email protected]].dharma
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Protecting Your Computer from Being Held Ransom by CryptoLocker
Matt Spain with Computer Paramedics explains the dangerous virus making its rounds called CryptoLocker. It's a bug that holds your computer ransom by encrypting your personal files.
Views: 1441 Dawndy Mercer Plank
How To Remove WANNACRY, How To Remove Ransomware Virus [SOLVED] #TechNews
Topics Covered: 1. how to remove wannacry 2. how to remove ransomware virus 3. how to remove ransomware virus windows 7 4. how to remove ransomware virus windows 10 5. how to remove ransomware virus from server 6. how to get rid of ransomware virus 7. ransomware removal 8. ransomware attack 9. ransomware removal tool 10. wanna cry virus 11. wanna cry ransomware 12. wanna cry ransomware attack 13. wanna cry ransomware prevention 14. how to remove ransomware encrypted files How to tell if you're at risk from the WannaCry ransomware and what to do if you have been attacked Ransomware attacks like WannaCry can be avoided by keeping software and anti-virus programs up to date, authorities said. Cybersecurity firms warned people not to pay the bitcoin ransom. Businesses are still dealing with the fallout from a cyberattack that hit 200,000 victims in 150 countries, with many organizations and individuals wondering if they are at risk. Ransomware – a malicious piece of software that locks files on a computer and demands payments to unlock them – is the name of the type of virus that infected the machines. Ransomware attacks have been on the rise and this particular malware known as WannaCry was called "unprecedented" by Europol. WannaCry affected an exploit in the Windows XP operating system on PCs, and Microsoft shortly sent out a fix for the security flaw. But authorities such as the U.K.'s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC), warned over the weekend that as the working week begins, further cases of ransomware could come to light. Am I at risk? The WannaCry ransomware affects machines running the Windows operating system. It was a security flaw that was originally exploited by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) which was then leaked earlier this year. Hackers are now using this themselves. If you or your organization is running a version of Windows, you could be at risk. What should I do to protect myself? Authorities in the U.S. and U.K. have issued guidance on what to do. Individuals and small businesses should: Run Windows Update to get the latest software updates. Make sure any anti-virus product is up to date and scan your computer for any malicious programs. It's also worth setting up regular auto-scans. Back up important data on your computer in case it gets held for ransom. Large organizations should: Apply the latest Microsoft security patches for this particular flaw. Back up key data. Ensure all outgoing and incoming emails are scanned for malicious attachments. Ensure anti-virus programs are up to date and conducting regular scans. Educate employees on identifying scams, malicious links and emails that may contain viruses. Make sure to run "penetration tests" against your network's security, no less than once a year, according to the Department of Homeland Security. What if I've already been attacked? Do not pay the ransom demanded by the WannaCry ransomware, cybersecurity firm Check Point warned in a blog post Sunday. The company said there is no evidence of the hackers giving people files back. For individuals, it might be worth contacting local IT support services. Businesses should contact law enforcement and provide as much information as possible. Restore backups of data. How can I prevent ransomware attacks? There are also steps that can be taken to protect against ransomware more generally. These include: Making sure anti-virus programs are up to date and updating all software. Back up copies of data. Scrutinize links and files contained in emails. Only download software from trusted sources. #latesttechnews #latest_tech_news #technews #tech_news @latesttechnews @technews latest tech news,tech news,latest technology news,technology news,tech news today,latest technology,technology,new technology,tips and tricks,tech buddy ratan,latest news,technews Please Subscribe my Channel https://goo.gl/K4L6MP Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/LatestTechNews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/LatestTechNews3 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LatestTechNews3 Instagram: http://instagram.com/LatestTechNews3 Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+LatestTechNews3 About : Latest Tech News is a YouTube Channel, where you will find technological videos in Hindi, New Video is Posted Everyday :) -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Apple Official iPhone 8 Trailer 2017 | With iOS 11 | Latest Tech News #TechNews" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_ezggOk-SI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Hitler 2 Ransomware Prevents use of Windows
Hitler 2 Ransomware Prevents use of Windows A new version of Hitler ransomware called CainXPii ransomware seems to be more of a script kiddie prank, in my test it never encrypted the files on the computer, that said it does not mean it wont in the future. I tried it a number of times and it would not encrypt data. Another thing to think about is why would the creator of this ransomware want to disable and prevent the use of Windows operating system if they want to receive money? that makes me think its just a malicious prank to corrupt your computer. I will need to take a closer look at it over the weekend and analyse the file. Anyway I will show you how to repair you computer if you are ever hit with this type of malware. Its also a good way to fix file associations when malware has change them. This was a bit harder to do because the ransomware blocked the use of program and internet. Need help with computer problems? join my forum. http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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What is ransomware WannaCry?Impact of this Cyber attack how to protect,and solution of ransomware🖥
Video in Hindi WannaCry- This malware is a scary type of trojan virus called “ransomware.” As the name suggests, the virus in effect holds the infected computer hostage and demands that the victim pay a ransom in order to regain access to the files on his or her computer. RansomWare like WannaCry works by encrypting most or even all of the files on a user’s computer. Then, the software demands that a ransom be paid in order to have the files decrypted. In the case of WannaCry specifically, the software demands that the victim pays a ransom of $300 in bitcoins at the time of infection. If the user doesn’t pay the ransom without three days, the amount doubles to $600. After seven days without payment, WannaCry will delete all of the encrypted files and all data will be lost. Per Symantec, here is a full list of the filetypes that are targeted and encrypted by WannaCry: .123 .3dm .3ds .3g2 .3gp .602 .7z .ARC .PAQ .accdb .aes .ai .asc .asf .asm .asp .avi .backup .bak .bat .bmp .brd .bz2 .cgm .class .cmd .cpp .crt .cs .csr .csv .db .dbf .dch .der .dif .dip .djvu .doc .docb .docm .docx .dot .dotm .dotx .dwg .edb .eml .fla .flv .frm .gif .gpg .gz .hwp .ibd .iso .jar .java .jpeg .jpg .js .jsp .key .lay .lay6 .ldf .m3u .m4u .max .mdb .mdf .mid .mkv .mml .mov .mp3 .mp4 .mpeg .mpg .msg .myd .myi .nef .odb .odg .odp .ods .odt .onetoc2 .ost .otg .otp .ots .ott .p12 .pas .pdf .pem .pfx .php .pl .png .pot .potm .potx .ppam .pps .ppsm .ppsx .ppt .pptm .pptx .ps1 .psd .pst .rar .raw .rb .rtf .sch .sh .sldm .sldx .slk .sln .snt .sql .sqlite3 .sqlitedb .stc .std .sti .stw .suo .svg .swf .sxc .sxd .sxi .sxm .sxw .tar .tbk .tgz .tif .tiff .txt .uop .uot .vb .vbs .vcd .vdi .vmdk .vmx .vob .vsd .vsdx .wav .wb2 .wk1 .wks .wma .wmv .xlc .xlm .xls .xlsb .xlsm .xlsx .xlt .xltm .xltx .xlw .zip As you can see, the ransomware covers nearly any important file type a user might have on his or her computer. It also installs a text file on the user’s desktop with the following ransom note: How was WannaCry created? You can thank the NSA for discovering the “EternalBlue” exploit that would later be used by the WannaCry trojan, and then for keeping under wraps to use for its own intelligence gathering purposes. The security hole was then made public last month when a group of hackers called Shadow Brokers released the details of the exploit to the public. Is the attack over? No. WannaCry was first discovered on Friday, May 12th, and it had spread to an estimated 57,000 computers in more than 150 different countries around the world by the end of the day. European countries were hit the hardest, and business ground to a halt at several large companies and organizations, including banks, hospitals, and government agencies. On Saturday, a 22-year-old security researcher named Marcus Hutchins inadvertently slowed the spread of the WannaCry virus when he registered a domain name hidden within the virus’ code in an attempt to track the spread of WannaCry, unintentionally stopping its progress in the process. You can read Hutchins’ story in his blog post titled “How to Accidentally Stop a Global Cyber Attacks.” Unfortunately, the spread of WannaCry wasn’t actually stopped, but instead slowed. How can I protect myself from WannaCry? Regardless of which operating system you run, you should install any and all available security updates immediately. Specifically, Windows users with machines that run Windows XP, Windows 8, or Windows Server 2003 should immediately install this security update released on Friday by Microsoft. What can I do if my computer is infected with WannaCry? Sadly, there is no fix for WannaCry available at this time. Antivirus companies and cybersecurity experts are hard at work looking for ways to decrypt files on infected computers, but no means of third-party decryption are available right now. Hopefully affected users have backups of their data available, because the only other option right now is to follow the instructions offered in the software to pay the ransom. Source-http://bgr.com/2017/05/15/wanna-cry-ransomware-virus-windows-wannacry-explainer/ WannaCry (or WannaCrypt,[3] WanaCrypt0r 2.0,[4][5] Wanna Decryptor[6]) is a ransomware program targeting the Microsoft Windows operating system. On Friday, 12 May 2017, a large cyber-attack was launched using it, infecting more than 230,000 computers in 150 countries, demanding ransom payments in the cryptocurrency Bitcoin in 28 languages.The attack has been described by Europol as unprecedented in scale. Your support is very important for Us. Like share Subscribe For more such informational videos. https://www.facebook.com/TechBuddyYoutube/
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