EnigmaSoft Threat Scorecard
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|Threat Level:||100 % (High)|
|First Seen:||August 18, 2022|
The Ransomcrow Ransomware is a potent malware threat that appears to be targeting individual users mostly. The operators of the threat aim to infect the victim's device and use Ransomwcrow to encrypt the data stored there. As a result, impacted users will suddenly no longer be able to access most of their data. Documents, PDFs, archives, databases, images, photos, audio, and video files, may all be subjected to an encryption routine that will leave them in an unusable state.
The intrusive actions of Ransomcrow also include the addition of '.encrypted' to the names of all affected files. Furthermore, the threat will create a text file named 'readme.txt' on the breached device. This file contains the main ransom note detailing the demands of the attackers. A secondary message will be delivered to the device in the form of a desktop background image.
The message shown in the desktop wallpaper tells users to contact the 'firstname.lastname@example.org' email address and read the text file of the threat for additional details. Indeed, reading the ransom note reveals that the attackers demand to be paid a ransom of exactly $50. The money must be transferred to a provided crypto-wallet address with the only accepted currency being Bitcoin.
The full message left by Ransomcrow Ransomware is:
'All of your files have been encrypted
Your computer was infected with a ransomware virus. Your files have been encrypted and you won't
be able to decrypt them without our help.
What can I do to get my files back? You can buy the decrypter, it will leave your pc as it was before the encryption.
The price is 50€
You can buy cryptos here
Coinmama - hxxps://www.coinmama.com
Bitpanda - hxxps://www.bitpanda.com
Payment informationAmount: 0.1473766 BTC
Bitcoin Address: 1Cee1QKq46myiLVL1v1y5gq751piPGGHNs
The instructions shown as a desktop background are:
Your PC has been encrypted
Instructions in readme.txt'
SpyHunter Detects & Remove Ransomcrow Ransomware
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