Bud is a computer virus that use file-encrypting scheme in order to extort money from PC users. It locks access to victim’s files, and then demand a ransom if they wish to recover their personal and sensitive data.
Ykcol is the recent version of Locky ransomware. This virus encrypts victim’s files using RSA and AES encryption algorithms. It stress out that paying the ransom is the only way to decrypt compromised data.
RestoLocker or .HeroesOftheStorm extension is based on HiddenTear ransomware. Quite distinct to most ransom virus, it requires victims to play “Heroes of the Storm” to decipher their encrypted files.
ExoLock is a ransom virus that encrypts personal and important files on infected computer. It renames all encrypted files by affixing .exolocked extension, and then demands a ransom in order to recover victim’s files.
Locked_file is a virus that prime task is to encrypt personal and sensitive files stored on infected computer. Then attacker demands a ransom from its victims if they want to decrypt their files.
ArmaLocky is a file-encrypting virus that mimics Locky ransomware. It encrypts files using RSA-4096 and AES-256 encryption algorithm and use .armadilo1 extension to all encrypted files.
ApolloLocker is a computer virus that deliberately created to extort money from its victims. It use file- encrypting scheme to easily convince users to pay the ransom in exchange for file decryption.
DilmaLocker is a dreadful computer virus that prime targets are PC users from Brazil and Portuguese-speaking countries. It encrypts and renames all affected files by affixing ._ _dilmaV1 extension.
Saramat or .saramat file extension is a virus based on HidderTear Ransomware. It encrypts victim’s files and obliged them to pay a ransom otherwise; they cannot retrieve their files anymore.
Skull Ransomware is a new file-encrypting virus. It holds access to victim’s files, and threatens them that the only way to restore those compromised data is merely paying the ransom.