How to Uninstall Al-Namrood 2.0 with Simple Steps
Al-Namrood 2.0 is another iteration of ransomware named as Al-Namrood whose previous version was active few months back. When the first version came, the cyber-experts were very sure that they will develop its free decryption code but unfortunately they took a lot of time and by then a lot of PC already got infected with it. Now the cyber-hackers have come with its more advanced version. The name is same but features and encryption technique is much better and advance. If you too are facing this cyber-menace then be calm and follow the technical assistance provided in this blog. We recommend you to use the automatic process that is to use SphHunter especially if you are a novice user.
Like its previous version, Al-Namrood 2.0 also use similar circulation modes such as freeware attachments, peer to peer file sharing networks, email attachments etc. and gets secretly installed. After settling download, it starts encrypting various kinds of files including multimedia files, MS Office files and many more. There will be a kind of virtual menace when you try to access pictures, Videos, MS excel or MS Office files and so on. It uses the powerful AES encryption algorithm in order to encode the targeted files. The encryption algorithm is executed on the public encryption and private decryption basis. The files extension named gets changed to .namrood. Additionally, it adds a file named as Decrypt_me.txt file where all the instruction about the decryption process and payment of money for getting the decryption codes are provided. However, it is not recommended to pay the money to cyber-criminals in order to retrieve the files. The associated cyber-criminals threat the victims to pay a fine of 10 Bitcoins which is equally to around 6000 USD. The victims are asked to communicate on firstname.lastname@example.org for clarifying any issues.
How Al-Namrood 2.0 Does Get Distributed?
Al-Namrood 2.0 gets distributed through traditional methods such as spam emails, bundling, and peer-to-peer file sharing networks and so on. The cyber-criminals also use the data steal about the victims through browser hijacker and adware and directly attack the targeted PC. If you see any email attachments from unknown sender then you must not get curious to open it. Not only you can get infected with this serious malware but your workstation might also get a victim of other infections. You must verify the senders on your own if it says that FBI or any other governmental institution has locked your System.Read More