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.

DENO Virus Ransomware [.DENO File] — How to Remove?

The Deno virus belongs to the CONTI ransomware family. Harmful software of this type encrypts all user’s data on the computer (photos, text files, excel tables, audio files, videos, etc) and adds its extra extension to every file, creating the readme.txt files in every folder which contains the encrypted files. Deno virus: what is known so far? ☝️ A strictly accurate description for the Deno would be “a CONTI family ransomware malicious agent”. Deno will add its extra .DENO extension to every file’s title. For instance, a file named “photo.jpg” will be...

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

The Advmj virus belongs under the CONTI ransomware family. Ransomware of such sort encrypts all the data on your PC (photos, text files, excel sheets, audio files, videos, etc) and adds its specific extension to every file, creating the readme.txt text files in every directory containing encrypted files. What is Advmj? ☝️ A strictly correct description for the Advmj is “a CONTI family ransomware-type infection”. Advmj will add its own .advmj extension to every file’s name. For example, a file entitled “photo.jpg” will be altered to “photo.jpg.advmj”...