Karma is a virus that encrypts personal and crucial files. Victims need the private key which holds by malware authors to decrypt their files, and to be given only to victims once ransom payment was made.
HappyLocker is a computer virus that locks access to victim’s files. Malware authors demand to pay for certain amount or the so-called ransom before they release the key that victims needs for file decryption.
PaySafeGen is a ransom virus that first targets are users from Germany. It encrypts files stored on infected computer, and then crooks demand victims to pay a ransom in exchange for decrypting files.
DummyLocker is a ransomware virus that refrain victims from accessing their files. Malware author claimed that retrieving files is mere possible when victims pay the demand ransom.
CerberTear ransomware is a virus that locks access to victim’s files. Malware author demand to pay a ransom in order to decrypt those files or else, there is no way to bring those files back.
Esmeralda is a computer virus that locks access to your personal and valuable files. Malware author claims that the only way to bring back access to your locked files is to pay the ransom.
Onyx is ransom virus that encrypts all personal and valuable files stored on infected computer. Then it demand victims to pay a ransom in exchange to a promise that they will decrypt their files.
WinRarer is a virus that locks all files stored on infected computer. To be able to restore all your files, Cyber criminals obliged you to pay a ransom, otherwise; you cannot get those files back.
ZeroCrypt is a file-encrypting virus. It restricts victims from accessing their personal and vital data on infected machine. Cyber criminals demand to pay a high amount of ransom in order to decrypt files.
Ishtar is a ransomware virus that prevents users from accessing their music files, videos, documents, and other valuable data. To bring back access to those files; victims are obliged to pay a ransom first.