Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware
Computer blocked by Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware? Many computer users got the messages: Send your Moneypak/Vanilla/Reloadit code to Email [email protected] to unlock PC and encrypt files. You have 72 hours left to enter your payment. What can you do to get pass this notice?
Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware – How to Remove?
The Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! is one of the latest computer locked viruses in the long line of Moneypak, Vanillareload or Reloadit ransomware attacks. Not like the FBI moneypak virus just locked your computer, after attacked by this one, this scam both locked down your screen and encrypted all the files on the infected computer, you have to pay a release of $50, $60 or $100 to unlock computer and decrypt files within 72 hours. It is a new variant going around at the moment as the encryption key or encryption method has changed. The HTML files also no longer redirect to a website but contain the entire ransom notice in form of a picture and a few carefully placed HTML elements. What to do?
The Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware virus is a virus attack that disguises itself as a legitimate threat coming directly from the government accusing the computer user of violating several laws. Hackers have developed this attack as a way to extort money from computer users by tracking them into thinking that they are in trouble and need to pay a fine in order to regain access to their computer. Many users are hit with this attack and see that their PC has been locked and they are not able to access any features on the computer. They fear being arrested and facing additional fines and penalties so many simply send in the fine out of fear.
The United States Department of Justice will never lock your computer and they will not ask you to send money through the computer. It is understandable as to why many computer users fall for this scam since the warning message is made to look authentic along with the fact that the virus locks the computer from all functions. Even if the user is a bit skeptical at first they might turn off the computer, but the warning message will pop up and lock the computer again immediately at the start up. This is enough to scare many into paying the hackers behind this ransomware attack. It is also known as Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware, and you have better to remove the virus and encrypt your files once picked it up.
To save your computer, Live Chat with YooSecurity Expert Now. You can follow the manual removal guide below to get your problem fixed. (For advanced computer users)
Screenshot of Moneypak, Vanillareload or Reloadit Ransomware
The most common way that computers become infected with the Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware virus is by clicking on links that contain the attack. The hackers will hide this virus within downloads that are placed on file sharing sites that promote illegal sharing and downloads. They will also include the virus as an email attachment and send millions of SPAM emails every day in hopes that the user will click on the attachment. Once they do that the virus will begin to install itself on the computer.
Files Encrypted? The warning message that the File Encrypting Ransomware virus displays states:
Hello! My name is Max Sokolov if you see this message it means that my little virus running on your computer. I started to create this virus since 2010, at the moment the code is so refined that no one in the world can not stop it. All your personal files (photo, documents,databases) have been encrypted by a very strong cipher. You can check this by yourself – just look for files in all folders;)
Virus encrypt your file using Advanced Encryption Standard and 256 symbols randomly generated password and delete source files using DOD 5220.22-M. (DOD 5220.22-M is the Department of Defense clearing and sanitizing standard – You can’t recover your files – Never).
Virus sent this randomly generated password to our secure server and delete this password from your computer. (You can’t get this password – NEVER)
This password is unique for each computer and stored on our secure server (and then erasing from this server and sending to us) and in each encrypted file. If you think that you or some specialist get this password from encrypted file – this is unreal even for government services, because here using 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard. To brute-force an AES-256-ECB encryption key in a known-plaintext attack, using all possible combinations, on a CrayXE6 with one million Opteron 6282 SE cores, it would take up to ~ 78,344,731,523,332,652,678,509,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 years to complete the known-plaintext attack.
You want to ask, what do i need?
I’m the only one who can save your PC;) Your will be able to resume your normal day to day operations without any interruption.
I ask to transfer a small amount (min $50 or $60) with payment systems Monypak, Vanilla Reload Network or Reloadit.
To remove lock and decrypt your files you need to do next step:
1.Buy Moneypak, Vanillareload or Reloadit card.
2.Send me email with your ID number and card code (you can use mobile internet from your cell phone or another PC to send email)
3.Wait 1-5 hours while i will send you reply email password to unlock and decrypt your files.
Send your Moneypak/Vanilla/Reloadit code to Email [email protected] Once i receive your payment and check it authenticity, i will send you reply email password to unlock and decrypt your files.
Best Way to Remove File Encrypted Virus Malware Scam Efficiently
We suggest this be done manually to make sure that the virus is gone completely then recover all your files safely, and you can review the detailed steps below to initiate the manual removal of the Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware Virus.
Before all you people who are going to get in safe mode with networking or safe mode with command prompt, you need to keep hitting F8 key, where is the key?(This is just for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, if the OS is Windows 8, click here for more details)
Step A: Restart computer in safe mode with networking. To do this, just need to press F8 key constantly before the system is started like this:
Step B: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to open the Task manager to stop the progress of the malware. Because the name will be changed fast, it will be show with different name.
Step C: Delete all the files related to Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! Scam.
Step D: Delete registry entries of this scam created in computer system.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = “”.exe.dll
Video Guide to Remove File Encrypting Ransomware Scam
Up to now you realized the message states that the lock will be released once the payment is verified but that is not true. Those that fall for this scam will soon realize that they have been taken advantage of when the lock remains past the claimed removal time frame. The only way to release the lock on the PC is to remove the virus in its entirety. We have provided full removal instructions above. You will notice that it is a manual process and we suggest this method so you can be sure that all of the infected files are correctly removed. By following these instructions the Say Hello To Little Virus Brings A Lot Of Problems! File Encrypting Ransomware virus will be removed and full control of the computer will be regained. The only way to regain control of the PC and stop the computer block is to remove the virus files completely.
Special tips: Spending a lot of time fixing your computer with no success? Don’t want to get things worse, please contact YooSecurity PC experts now to unlock your computer and remove this scam then DECRYPT your files safely.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on June 20, 2013 1:38 pm
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