How to remove XiaoBa 2.0 Ransomware and decrypt .XIAOBA files

XiaoBa 2.0 is a new ransomware-virus that encrypts users’ data to make victims pay them. Today, the amount of ransom is 0.5 BTC (~$3969.99). To gain access to the user’s computer, cybercriminals use emails containing malicious files or links to the phishing sites. Following infiltration, XiaoBa 2.0 Ransomware immediately starts infecting targeted data, as a result of which, all your personal files become encrypted.

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How to remove Combo Ransomware and decrypt .combo files

Combo Ransomware is yet another crypto-malware from same people who are responsible for the creation of infamous Dharma Ransomware. Malefactors spread virus through the deceptive spam emails and shady websites containing malicious scripts. Following infiltration, Combo Ransomware starts encoding users’ data without delay, as a result of which, all your personal files become unavailable.

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How to remove LockCrypt Ransomware and decrypt .lock files

LockCrypt Ransomware is a data kidnapping virus which encrypts user data and asks for payment in exchange for the decryption key. The main distribution method of this virus is deceptive spam emails and shady websites containing malicious scripts. Once it gains access to the system, LockCrypt urgently launches encryption process in stealth mode, the culmination of which will be the loss of data.

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How to remove Hyena Locker Ransomware and decrypt .HYENA files

Hyena Locker is a new encoder that is, according to IT specialists, very similar to Everby Ransomware. This virus is spreading through spam emails with malicious attachments and once the user clicks the executable file, the encryption procedure starts. As soon as it takes control over the computer, all your personal files including documents, photo, and video files are in the affected area.

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How to remove Aurora Ransomware and restore .aurora files

Aurora is a name of the dangerous virus that, once installed, immediately encodes your files. After this, all your most important data such as documents, photos, videos become inaccessible. Thus, users fall victim to ransom demands ranging from $100 to $500. Still, you should never make concessions to these cybercriminals – there’s a strong possibility that you will end up with no money and cherished decrypter.

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