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    ransomware

    along with the 1000s of sources that could possibly carry ransomware, we now seem to have something new on the scene. Or maybe it has been around awhile but this is the first I have seen of it.
    If you open an infected email or an infected file, then it will change all your file extensions to .TRO and you will not be able to access these files or change the extensions.

    If you also have a external hard-drive connected to your PC or Laptop, then any files on there will also be affected.
    So keep your antivirus programs updated guys... stay save.

    If you get something like this or any virus infected file, then use the website coded and shown below. That website is sponsored by Malwarebytes, which is 100% trusted

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    https://id-ransomware.malwarehunterteam.com/
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    Should we download that file and install it or what?

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    This list is shown thru that link above, but to show the vast amount of sources that can carry Ransonware, i pasted it here.
    This is from one particular 'unnamed' virus protection program.

    Which ransomwares are detected?
    This service currently detects 670 different ransomwares. Here is a complete, dynamic list of what is currently detected:

    010001, 24H Ransomware, 4rw5w, 777, 7ev3n, 7h9r, 7zipper, 8lock8, AAC, ABCLocker, ACCDFISA v2.0, AdamLocker, AES_KEY_GEN_ASSIST, AES-Matrix, AES-NI, AES256-06, Al-Namrood, Al-Namrood 2.0, Alcatraz, Alfa, Allcry, Alma Locker, Alpha, AMBA, Amnesia, Amnesia2, AnDROid, AngryDuck, Anubi, Anubis, Apocalypse, Apocalypse (New Variant), ApocalypseVM, ApolloLocker, AresCrypt, Argus, Armage, ArmaLocky, ASN1 Encoder, Atchbo, Aurora, AutoLocky, AutoWannaCryV2, AVCrypt, AxCrypter, aZaZeL, B2DR, BadBlock, BadEncript, BadRabbit, Bam!, BananaCrypt, BandarChor, Bart, Bart v2.0, BitCrypt, BitCrypt 2.0, BitCryptor, BitKangoroo, Bitpaymer, Bitshifter, BitStak, BKRansomware, Black Feather, Black Shades, BlackHeart, Blackout, BlackRuby, Blind, Blind 2, Blocatto, BlockFile12, Blooper, Blue Blackmail, Booyah, BrainCrypt, Brazilian Ransomware, BrickR, BTCamant, BTCWare, BTCWare Aleta, BTCWare Gryphon, BTCWare Master, BTCWare PayDay, Bubble, Bucbi, Bud, BugWare, BuyUnlockCode, Cancer, Cassetto, Cerber, Cerber 2.0, Cerber 3.0, Cerber 4.0 / 5.0, CerberTear, Chimera, ChinaYunLong, CHIP, ClicoCrypter, Clouded, CmdRansomware, CockBlocker, Coin Locker, CoinVault, Comrade Circle, Conficker, CorruptCrypt, Cossy, Coverton, CradleCore, CreamPie, Creeper, Cripton, Cry128, Cry36, Cry9, Cryakl, CryFile, CryLocker, CrypMic, CrypMic, Crypren, Crypt0, Crypt0L0cker, Crypt12, Crypt38, CryptConsole, CryptConsole3, CryptFuck, CryptGh0st, CryptInfinite, CryptoDefense, CryptoDevil, CryptoFinancial, CryptoFortress, CryptoGod, CryptoHasYou, CryptoHitman, CryptoJacky, CryptoJoker, CryptoLocker3, CryptoLockerEU, CryptoLuck, CryptoMix, CryptoMix Revenge, CryptoMix Wallet, Crypton, CryptON, CryptorBit, CryptoRoger, CryptoShield, CryptoShocker, CryptoTorLocker, CryptoViki, CryptoWall 2.0, CryptoWall 3.0, CryptoWall 4.0, CryptoWire, CryptXXX, CryptXXX 2.0, CryptXXX 3.0, CryptXXX 4.0, CryPy, CrySiS, Crystal, CTB-Faker, CTB-Locker, Dablio, Damage, DarkoderCryptor, DataKeeper, Dcrtr, DCry, DCry 2.0, Deadly, DeathNote, DEDCryptor, Defender, Defray, Defray777, DeriaLock, Dharma (.cezar Family), Dharma (.dharma Family), Dharma (.onion Family), Dharma (.wallet Family), Digisom, DilmaLocker, DirtyDecrypt, District, Djvu, DMA Locker, DMA Locker 3.0, DMA Locker 4.0, DMALocker Imposter, Domino, Done, DoNotChange, Donut, DoubleLocker, DriedSister, DryCry, Dviide, DXXD, DynA-Crypt, eBayWall, ECLR Ransomware, EdgeLocker, EduCrypt, EggLocker, El Polocker, EnCrypt, EncrypTile, EncryptoJJS, Encryptor RaaS, Enigma, Enjey Crypter, EnkripsiPC, EOEO, Erebus, Eternal, Everbe, Everbe 2.0, Evil, Executioner, ExecutionerPlus, Exocrypt XTC, Exotic, Extortion Scam, Extractor, Fabiansomware, Fadesoft, Fantom, FartPlz, FCPRansomware, FenixLocker, Fenrir, FilesLocker, FindZip, FireCrypt, Flatcher3, FLKR, Flyper, FrozrLock, FRSRansomware, FS0ciety, FuckSociety, FunFact, GandCrab, GandCrab v4.0 / v5.0, GandCrab2, GarrantyDecrypt, GC47, Gerber, GhostCrypt, GhostHammer, Gibon, Globe, Globe (Broken), Globe3, GlobeImposter, GlobeImposter 2.0, Godra, GOG, GoldenEye, Gomasom, GPAA, GPCode, GPGQwerty, GusCrypter, GX40, Hacked, HadesLocker, Halloware, HappyDayzz, hc6, hc7, HDDCryptor, Heimdall, HellsRansomware, Help50, HelpDCFile, Herbst, Hermes, Hermes 2.0, Hermes 2.1, Heropoint, Hi Buddy!, HiddenTear, HollyCrypt, HolyCrypt, HPE iLO Ransomware, Hucky, HydraCrypt, IEncrypt, IFN643, ImSorry, Incanto, InducVirus, InfiniteTear, InfinityLock, InsaneCrypt, iRansom, Iron, Ishtar, Israbye, JabaCrypter, Jack.Pot, Jaff, Jager, JapanLocker, JeepersCrypt, Jemd, Jigsaw, JobCrypter, JosepCrypt, JuicyLemon, JungleSec, Kaenlupuf, Kali, Karma, Karmen, Karo, Kasiski, Katyusha, KawaiiLocker, KCW, Kee Ransomware, KeRanger, Kerkoporta, KeyBTC, KEYHolder, KillerLocker, KillRabbit, KimcilWare, Kirk, Kolobo, Kostya, Kozy.Jozy, Kraken, Kraken Cryptor, KratosCrypt, Krider, Kriptovor, KryptoLocker, L33TAF Locker, Ladon, Lalabitch, LambdaLocker, LeChiffre, LightningCrypt, Lime, LittleFinger, LLTP, LMAOxUS, Lock2017, Lock93, LockBox, LockCrypt, LockCrypt 2.0, Locked_File, Locked-In, LockedByte, LockeR, LockLock, LockMe, Lockout, Locky, LongTermMemoryLoss, Lortok, LoveServer, LowLevel04, Lucky, MadBit, MAFIA, MafiaWare, Magic, Magniber, Maktub Locker, MalwareTech's CTF, Marlboro, MarsJoke, Matrix, MauriGo, MaxiCrypt, Maykolin, Maysomware, MCrypt2018, Meteoritan, Mikoyan, MindSystem, Minotaur, MirCop, MireWare, Mischa, MMM, MNS CryptoLocker, Mobef, MoonCrypter, MOTD, MoWare, MRCR1, MrDec, Mystic, n1n1n1, NanoLocker, NCrypt, NegozI, Nemucod, Nemucod-7z, Nemucod-AES, NETCrypton, Netix, NewHT, Nhtnwcuf, NM4, NMoreira, NMoreira 2.0, Noblis, NotAHero, Nozelesn, NSB Ransomware, Nuke, NullByte, NxRansomware, ODCODC, OhNo!, OoPS, OopsLocker, OpenToYou, Ordinypt, OzozaLocker, PadCrypt, Paradise, Paradise B29, PayDay, PaySafeGen, PClock, PClock (Updated), PEC 2017, Pendor, Petna, PGPSnippet, Philadelphia, Phobos, Pickles, PoisonFang, PopCornTime, Potato, PowerLocky, PowerShell Locker, PowerWare, Pr0tector, Predator, PrincessLocker, PrincessLocker 2.0, PrincessLocker Evolution, Project34, Project57, Protected Ransomware, PshCrypt, PUBG Ransomware, PyCL, PyCL, PyL33T, PyLocky, qkG, QuakeWay, QwertyCrypt, Qweuirtksd, R980, RAA-SEP, RackCrypt, Radamant, Radamant v2.1, Radiation, Random6, RandomLocker, Ranion, RanRan, RanRans, Rans0mLocked, RansomCuck, Ransomnix, RansomPlus, Ransomwared, RansomWarrior, Rapid, Rapid 2.0 / 3.0, RaRansomware, RarVault, Razy, RedBoot, RedEye, REKTLocker, Rektware, RemindMe, RenLocker, RensenWare, RetMyData, Reyptson, Roga, Rokku, RoshaLock, RotorCrypt, Roza, RSA-NI, RSA2048Pro, RSAUtil, Ruby, Russenger, Russian EDA2, Ryuk, SAD, SADStory, Sage 2.0, Salsa, SamSam, Sanction, Sanctions, Satan, Satana, Saturn, Scarab, Seon, Sepsis, SerbRansom, Serpent, ShellLocker, Shifr, Shigo, ShinigamiLocker, ShinoLocker, ShivaGood, Shrug, Shujin, Shutdown57, Sifreli, Sigma, Sigrun, SilentSpring, Simple_Encoder, SintaLocker, Skull Ransomware, SkyFile, Smrss32, SnakeLocker, Snatch, SNSLocker, SoFucked, Solo Ransomware, Spartacus, Spectre, Spider, Spora, Sport, SQ_, Stampado, Stinger, STOP / KEYPASS, StorageCrypter, Storm, Striked, Stroman, Stupid Ransomware, Styx, SuperB, SuperCrypt, Surprise, SynAck, SyncCrypt, SYSDOWN, SZFLocker, Team XRat, Telecrypt, Termite, TeslaCrypt 0.x, TeslaCrypt 2.x, TeslaCrypt 3.0, TeslaCrypt 4.0, TeslaWare, Thanatos, TheDarkEncryptor, THT Ransomware, tk, Torchwood, TotalWipeOut, TowerWeb, ToxCrypt, Trojan.Encoder.6491, Troldesh / Shade, Tron, TrueCrypter, TrumpLocker, UCCU, UIWIX, Ukash, UmbreCrypt, UnblockUPC, Ungluk, Unknown Crypted, Unknown Lock, Unknown XTBL, Unlock26, Unlock92, Unlock92 2.0, Unlock92 Zipper, Useless Disk, UselessFiles, UserFilesLocker, USR0, Uyari, V8Locker, Vapor v1, VaultCrypt, vCrypt, Velso, Vendetta, VenisRansomware, VenusLocker, ViACrypt, VindowsLocker, VisionCrypt, VMola, Vortex, Vurten, VxLock, Waffle, WannaCash, WannaCry, WannaCry.NET, WannaCryOnClick, WannaDie, WannaPeace, WannaSmile, WannaSpam, WhatAFuck, WhiteRose, WildFire Locker, WininiCrypt, Winnix Cryptor, WinRarer, WonderCrypter, Wooly, X Locker 5.0, XCrypt, XData, XiaoBa, XiaoBa 2.0, Xorist, Xort, XRTN, XTP Locker 5.0, XYZWare, YouAreFucked, YourRansom, Yyto, ZariqaCrypt, zCrypt, Zekwacrypt, Zenis, ZeroCrypt, ZeroRansom, Zilla, ZimbraCryptor, ZinoCrypt, ZipLocker, Zipper, Zoldon, Zyklon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabacho View Post
    Should we download that file and install it or what?
    that is not a file. It is a webpage where you can report an infected file and then after they look at it, they may have answers to fix
    Plus it then is also reported to 'proper sources' that can use that report to help fight these things.

    The Upload tab shown there, is to 'upload' the file to them.... Download would be to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabacho View Post
    Should we download that file and install it or what?
    You trying to break your computer again?

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    No I'm just scared of Ransomware.

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    I brought all this up today, because my virus protection was up for renewal, which I did

    I used to run the 'open' version of this same protection, but it was lacking a few things... But since long time now, I do pay the bill to get their Premium version
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazed 8.4 View Post
    I brought all this up today, because my virus protection was up for renewal, which I did

    I used to run the 'open' version of this same protection, but it was lacking a few things... But since long time now, I do pay the bill to get their Premium version
    I haven't ran one in years just a firewall.I don't open anything from Gab lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazed 8.4 View Post
    that is not a file. It is a webpage where you can report an infected file and then after they look at it, they may have answers to fix
    Plus it then is also reported to 'proper sources' that can use that report to help fight these things.

    The Upload tab shown there, is to 'upload' the file to them.... Download would be to you
    Thanks Crazed, I see that now. I thought it was download before you told me...LOL

 

 

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