OnyonLock is a new variant of BTCWare ransomware. This virus use file-encrypting scheme in order to extort money from their victims, who buy the idea that paying the ransom will be the key to release their files.
Zelta or Zelta Free is a ransom virus that encrypts victim’s files such as images, databases, videos, and other data stored on infected computer. Merely paying the ransom is said to be the only way to decrypt your files.
Wana Decryptor or also known as WanaCrypt0r, WannaCry, WCry, and WNCry is a virus that refrain victims from opening or accessing their files. Cyber crook insist that they have to pay first the amount demanded if they want to bring their files back.
Jaff Decryptor System or simply known as Jaff virus is one more way of cyber criminal to collect money from PC users. Attacker threatens victims that they will not be able to access their files again, if they will not pay the ransom.
.loptr is the newest variant of Locky ransomware virus. This is quite similar to Aesir, Odin, and Zepto in terms of its line of attack. It encrypts victim’s files and then extorts money in exchange for file decryption.
ThunderCrypt is a virus attack that main task is to encrypt personal and sensitive files stored on infected computer. To be able to restore it, attacker demand to pay a ransom or else, those files can no longer be decrypted.
Uiwix is a file-encrypting virus which was made purposely by cyber criminals to extort money from computer users. It locks access to victim’s files and promise to bring it back after paying the ransom.
Maykolin is a computer virus that specifically created by cyber crook to easily extorts money from PC users. The modus is to encrypt files stored on infected machine, and then obliged victims to pay a ransom in order to restore it.
CryptoWin or known as BTC, CryptoByte, and CrptXXX is a ransom virus that typically holds access of your personal and precious files. Then it require you to pay a sum of money, otherwise, there is no chance to regain access to your files.
CryptoByte is the modified CryptoByte or CrptXXX ransomware virus. Similar to its old variant, it does not allow victims to access their sensitive and valuable files, until such time they will pay the ransom.