Erebus is a file-encrypting virus under ransomware category. The modus of this malware is to encrypt victim’s files and then demand to pay certain amount of money or the ransom in exchange for file decryption.
EdgeLocker is a virus that holds access to victim’s files. Cyber criminal threatens victims that the only way to decrypt their files is to pay the amount demanded or the ransom.
Opentoyou or .-email@example.com is a virus that encrypts victim’s files. Certain amount of ransom money must be paid otherwise; victim’s files will be permanently encrypted.
Red Alert ransomware virus was merely created to collect ransom money from its victims. It prevents users from accessing their files and obliged them to pay a ransom in order to get their files back.
BadEncript ransomware is a virus that refrain you from opening or accessing your files. Its author demand victims to pay a ransom first before they release or decrypt your files.
KoKoKrypt or .kokolocker is a computer virus that encrypts victim’s files. Cyber criminals demand victims to pay 0.1 Bitcoin or roughly $93 within 78 hours in order to decrypt their files.
ProposalCrypt is a computer virus that used to encrypt files on infected computer. Cyber criminal demand to pay a ransom otherwise, victim’s files will be permanently encrypted.
Kraken is a ransom virus that encrypts personal and critical files on infected computer. Cyber criminals demand victims to pay a ransom otherwise, their files would be permanently t encrypted.
PayDay or .sexy ransomware is a virus that encrypts victim’s files. It threatens victims that the only way to restore their valuable files is none other than paying the demand ransom.
UltraLocker virus do encrypts personal and valuable files stored on infected computer. In order to decrypt it, malware authors required victims to pay first a sum of money which obviously serve as a ransom.