Category - Conti

Conti ransomware encrypts files on servers, websites, and local networks of companies using ChaCha20/8, and then demands a ransom in bitcoins to get the files back.

BGQHM Virus (.BGQHM Files of Ransomware) — How to remove virus?

The Bgqhm virus belongs to the Conti ransomware family. This ransomware encrypts all user’s data on the PC (photos, documents, excel tables, music, videos, etc), adds its specific extension to every file, and creates the readme.txt files in every folder which contains encrypted files. Bgqhm Virus ☝️ Bgqhm can be correctly identify as a Conti ransomware infection. Bgqhm adds its specific “.BGQHM” extension to the name of every file. For example, your photo named as “my_photo.jpeg” will be transformed into “my_photo.jpeg.BGQHM“, report in Excel tables...

FMOPQ Virus Files of Ransomware — How to remove virus?

The Fmopq virus belongs to the CONTI ransomware family. This ransomware encrypts all user’s data on the PC (photos, documents, excel tables, music, videos, etc), adds its specific extension to every file, and creates the readme.txt files in every folder which contains encrypted files. Fmopq Virus ☝️ Fmopq can be correctly identify as a CONTI ransomware infection. Fmopq adds its specific “.FMOPQ” extension to the name of every file. For example, your photo named as “my_photo.jpeg” will be transformed into “my_photo.jpeg.FMOPQ“, report in Excel tables...