How to remove Tfudeq Ransomware and decrypt .tfudeq files

5/5 (2)

If you noticed that some of your personal files suddenly stopped opening and got .tfudeq suffix, your system is infected with a dangerous ransomware-type virus called – Tfudeq. Tfudeq is so-called “data-kidnapping” malware that extorts money from users after infecting PC. To retrieve your files and get payment information, you are forced to send a message to pdfhelp@india.com, however, we still advise you not to contact them.

How to remove CommonRansom Ransomware and decrypt .CommonRansom files

5/5 (2)

CommonRansom is a typical ransomware virus and if you are not familiar with such type of malware, you should know that this is a dangerous virus that encrypts data on the infected computer and then demands a ransom. Although the ransom amount is not large = 0.1 BTC (~ $625.38), we still advise you not to pay them. The point is, a lot of people fall into the trap of this type of scam. There are a lot of cases where cybercriminals do not help their victims, even if they pay up.

How to remove GANDCRAB 5.0.5 ransomware and decrypt files

5/5 (1)

GANDCRAB 5.0.5 is a new version of the virus that kidnaps data on the infected computer and then demands money for them. This is the fifth version of GANDCRAB ransomware which has improved features to bypass installed anti-malware programs. Although this is updated variant, the main purpose has remained the same – data encryption as a way of blackmail.

How to remove Waifu Ransomware and decrypt .waifu files

5/5 (2)

Waifu is a new malware which is originated from Dharma family. If you are not familiar with Dharma virus, you should know that this is a dangerous virus that encrypts data on the infected computer and then demands a ransom. The ransom amount is not public (cybercriminals usually demand $500-$1000 in Bitcoins), it is established individually after the user sends them assigned ID number.

How to remove Bkp Ransomware and decrypt .bkp files

5/5 (2)

Bkp is the name of malware that aims to lock users’ data via encryption. When the encryption process is finished, the virus demands ransom for decrypting data by threatening to delete them all in case of non-payment. The ransom amount is not public (cybercriminals usually demand $500-$1000 in Bitcoins), it is established individually after the user sends them assigned ID number.

How to remove GANDCRAB V5.0 ransomware and decrypt files

4.62/5 (13)

GANDCRAB V5.0 is an improved variant of notorious GandCrab 3 data-kidnapping virus. Although it’s a new virus, the main purpose has remained the same – data encryption as a means of extortion. The amount or ransom is established individually for all victims and depend on the type of activity (home PC, small organizations, large organizations).