How to remove Unblockupc ransomware and decrypt the files

In the forefront of ransomware development, yet another hazard has appeared. Its name is UnblockUPC and it successfully utilizes the techniques that its predecessors use. It stealthily enters the systems and start encryption, after which the ransomware displays a notification with demands for decryption. The instructions for obtaining the decryption key are contained within Unblock your files.html, which states that the victim is punished for visiting illegal sites.

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How to remove n1n1n1 ransomware and decrypt the files

The infection of n1n1n1 ransomware may be considered as a prank or a scareware, as it doesn’t look very hazardous. A meager ransom message and a plainly-designed website don’t give an impression of a serious threat. However, the actions of ransomware leave no doubt that this infection will bring many troubles and place in jeopardy all data kept on the computer.

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How to remove Cerber3 and decrypt .CERBER3 files

Cerber encryption virus has underwent many changes since its first release, and at the end of the summer 2016 there is a new third version of the ransomware – Cerber3. Most likely this has been done to overcome the free Cerber Decryptor that is able to decrypt the files affected by two previous versions. The Cerber3 threat now adds the .cerber3 extension to the files which are now encrypted individually.

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How to remove Fantom ransomware and decrypt .fantom files

Fantom ransomware does its best to sneak into a system unnoticed and usually it succeeds as it applies to the most innocent-looking disguise. Before starting anything else, Fantom ransomware displays a fake Windows Update screen. This trick works pretty well, as users do not take any actions until the end of the upgrade, and this gives the ransomware some time to encrypt the files.

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How to remove Microsoft Decryptor ransomware and restore encrypted files

Ransomware developers don’t tread water and try to make their products more complicated and adaptive. So, as well as others the creators of CryptXXX improve their malware. The new version of CryptXXX is now called Microsoft Decryptor and has a bunch of peculiarities that differ it from previous editions, however the core features remained the same. Microsoft decrypt still aims for certain files avoiding the crucial for system operation directories and encrypts them with RSA-4096 code. Afterwards, the ransomware displays the note explaining what has happened and how to cancel the drastic consequences of the ransomware presence.

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