Malware

How to delete Hhqa ransomware

Hhqa ransomware is file-encrypting malware from the Djvu/STOP ransomware family. This gang of cybercriminals has released hundreds of ransomware versions and continues to release them on a regular basis, with Hhqa ransomware being the most recent version. The versions are essentially identical and can be differentiated by the extensions they add to encrypted files. This ransomware adds .hhqa. Unfortunately, this version…

Delete Ufwj Ransomware

Ufwj Ransomware is file-encrypting malware from the notorious Djvu/STOP ransomware family. The gang has released hundreds of these ransomware versions, and they can be differentiated by the extensions they add to encrypted files. In this case, files will have .ufwj attached to them. Currently, Ufwj ransomware does not have a free decryptor. Once files are encrypted, the ransomware drops a…

Moqs Ransomware removal

Moqs Ransomware is file-encrypting malware that comes from the Djvu/STOP ransomware family. The gang has released hundreds of versions in the past, and this one can be identified by the .moqs file extension added to encrypted files. Once files are encrypted, you will not be able to open them unless you first decrypt them using a special program the ransomware…

How to remove Gujd ransomware

Gujd ransomware comes from the notorious Djvu/STOP ransomware family that has already released hundreds of file-encrypting malware versions. This version can be differentiated from the rest by the .gujd file extension that gets added to encrypted files. The ransomware drops a _readme.txt ransom note and is currently not decryptable for free.

“I have got two not really pleasant news for you” email scam

“I have got two not really pleasant news for you” email is a typical sextortion scam that tries to blackmail users into paying thousands of dollars to not have a supposed explicit video of them released. It’s a very common scam that’s usually referred to as sextortion due to the blackmail material being a supposed sex video of the victim.…

Idp.alexa.53 removal

Idp.alexa.53 appears to be a false positive, detected by anti-virus programs AVG and Avast. The detection appears when users try to install or update certain software. The detection does not appear to be associated to one specific program, and according to users’ posts on various forums, it can happen to random programs.

How to delete Enfp ransomware

Enfp ransomware is file encrypting malware that comes from the notorious Djvu/STOP ransomware family. It’s a very serious malware infection that essentially takes files for hostage by encrypting them. This ransomware can be identified by the .enfp file extension that’s added to encrypted files.