LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware

LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware Description

The LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware is file-encrypting ransomware, one that uses the AES encryption to cut access to important files on an infected system so that the LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware can ask the users for a ransom. The LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware software works by appending .LTML file extensions and thus stopping the victims from using their documents, videos, and audio, as well as accessing any other data. Due to this appended file extension, the LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware also is known under the LTML ransomware name. The LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware also may find its way onto a machine when the users open compromised email attachments, followed by the installation and execution of the threat-related files. The LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware then continues its work by scanning the system, to look for its targeted file types.

When the video, audio, documents, and database files are locked with the .LTML extension, the LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware runs a program window bearing the name 'ATTENTION!,' where the people behind the attack may provide data recovery instructions. Currently, there is no text, which indicates that the LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware may be still under development. The developers of the LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware are known as 'Asmcx15,' and they may be working on more additions to their LongTermMemoryLoss Ransomware. The LTML ransomware also may alter the Windows Registry, which also may damage the system and cause changes. A damaged code also may be injected into legitimate system processes.