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Has your business fallen victim to a Ransomware Virus?
Cybercriminals have turned to ransomware as the latest go-to tool for attacking and extorting businesses using a wide range of variants such as Dharma, Wallet, WannaCry, Cryptowall, Samas, Locky, and TeslaCrypt. The outbreak of WannaCry was one of the largest and worst ransomware campaigns ever. Traditional signature-based antivirus and threat detection methods have proven to be woefully ineffective against such attacks.
Dharma and Wallet is currently in the wild, we are see at least 4 to 5 cases a week for Dharma related incidents. we help with settlement and most of the time get the ransom reduce. Attacker could cripple your business, not have the right team to help you remediate the ransomware and communicate with the attacker to get your data decrypted can lead to permanent data loss.
Ransomware Incident payment and Removal
We’ll diagnose and remediate the Ransomware Incident within a few hours, in most cases. We understand how important this is to your business.
Our cyber experts are brilliant at restoring your files, dealing with it yourself may can cause you to lose your files permanently.
Pay the Ransom - Paying criminals, a ransom doesn’t guarantee you’ll get your data back. If for some reason we can't recover you data, and has to pay the ransom, we will negotiate with the hacker to reduce ransom.
Ransomware Incident Digital Forensics - No matter what kind of data you need to work with, the experts at CyberSecOp Data Forensics will help you recover, reconstruct, and review the data. When you need data examined by court-tested forensic experts, you need CyberSecOP Forensics.
Ransomware Incident E-Discovery - We bridge the communication gap between the IT department and attorneys, pre-, during and post-trial, with your goals as our driving force. If you have a matter that requires technical expertise with a get-it-done attitude, call us right now.
Cybersecurity - Whether hackers have just broken into your network, or you've just discovered that a trusted employee has been stealing company data, the firm you decide on to remediate the situation is critical.
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CyberSecOP Ransomware Endpoint protection that goes far beyond malware to effectively combat today’s threats. CyberSecOP Ransomware Flash Detect antivirus brings machine learning and behavioral analytics to your endpoint protection. Protect against malware, ransomware, file-less attacks, and fill the gaps left by legacy antivirus solutions.
CyberSecOP Ransomware protection starts blocking at the attack’s initial entrance vector (e.g. phishing) and keeps blocking across the entire attack lifecycle including exploit installation/execution and the command and control phase.
Security teams today are overwhelmed with alerts from ineffective products that lack any context or prioritization of attacks; so they end up missing the real threats targeting their data. Our Analytics and Reporting Cloud quickly filter through potential anomalies and only triggers alarms for the high fidelity events that warrant additional investigation.
No need to configure cryptocurrency wallets or transaction with the cybercriminals. We support the transaction while charging you no commission or crypto exchange fees.
We will negotiate with the ransomware hacker to reduce ransom.
We will remove the ransomware virus or viruses
We will run the ransomware decryption tool, to ensure it doesn’t affect any other system.
The best way to remove Ransomware is by continuously backing up your data. With CybeSecOp, we make sure your data is backed up regularly, providing you with a bulletproof backup. Unfortunately, unless you have a bulletproof backup or are willing to pay the extortionist the ransom, your files will be unrecoverable. However, the malware itself can be removed using Malwarebytes and some other computer security tools.
Here are some different variations of ransomware:
CryptoLocker – Cryptolocker is a type of ransomware that tricks users to download or open the malware. It typically shows up as email attachments or hyperlinks on various webpages. The attachment or link either opens or saves the infected file onto the computer, potentially infecting the rest of the network. Learn more.
CryptoWall – After the original CryptoLocker, CryptoWall gained notoriety. It first started in 2014, and other variants started popping up, including: Cryptorbit, CryptoDefense, CryptoWall 2.0 and CryptoWall 3.0, among others. Like CryptoLocker, CryptoWall is distributed via email attachments and malicious hyperlinks.
KeRanger– According to ArsTechnica, KeRanger ransomware was recently discovered on a popular BitTorrent client. KeRanger is not widely distributed at this point, but it is worth noting because it is known as the first fully functioning ransomware designed to lock Mac OS X applications.
LOL! – The .LOL! virus allows the remote hacker to create, delete, rename, copy, and edit any file, alter system settings, change the registry, terminate programs, and install other various software. Using this virus, the attacker can retrieve anything from buying history to sensitive user credentials and bank account details. In other words, you don’t want the .LOL! virus on your computer.
OMG! – Although this ransomware works similarly to other variants, the authors of the OMG! virus offer to decrypt the files for free after one month of infection. Nevertheless, this is not a position you’d like to be in.
CTB-Locker – CTB-Locker approaches ransomware differently. These hackers would outsource the infection process to partners in exchange for a percentage of the profits. In large volumes of infections, this seemed to be a proven strategy.
Locky– Relatively new to the ransomware community, Locky spreads it’s infection through email attachments disguised as an invoice. When the invoice is opened, it becomes scrambled, forcing the user to enable macros to read the attachment. Once macros is enabled, Locky starts to encrypt the file using AES encryption.
TeslaCrypt– TeslaCrypt is another new type of ransomware on the scene. Like most of the other examples here, it uses an AES algorithm to encrypt files. It is typically distributed via the Angler exploit kit specifically attacking Adobe vulnerabilities. Once a vulnerability is exploited, TeslaCrypt installs itself in the Microsoft temp folder.
TorrentLocker– TorrentLocker is typically distributed through spam email campaigns and is geographically targeted, with email messages delivered to specific regions. TorrentLocker is often referred to as CryptoLocker, and it uses an AES algorithm to encrypt file types. In addition to encoding files, it also collects email addresses from the victim’s address book to spread malware beyond the initially infected computer/network—this is unique to TorrentLocker.
Wanna Cry– This recent ransomware hit thousands of hospitals and private companies around the globe in May of 2017. Hospitals were forced to turn away patients as they did not have access to their databases. This malware spread like wildfire and is estimated to have sent out about 5 million phishing emails per hour.
If you are locked out of your computer due to ransomware, give us a call immediately at 866-973-2677 for a free malware evaluation.
Our professional malware removal experts understand the importance of having a clean computer and network. We guarantee virus removal 100%. Call us today!