You have heard about the infamous Petya Ransomware which was discovered by the the security experts. Well on recent search the experts have found a virus which work on the theme of this Petya Ransomware, which is known as PetrWrap Ransomware. This ransomware is found by the experts on 14th of March 2017. There is one interesting fact about this PetrWrap Ransomware, this ransomware is known to be “Unauthorized” version of the infamous Petya Ransomware. It can be distributed to companies ( General Small and Medium Organization) as packed resume work in PDF format. This PDF is masked executable file that installs Ransomware with administrator privileges and run the PetrWrap Ransomware in the system.
This PetrWrap Ransomware is written in “C” and is compiled in Microsoft Visual Studio, the new malware hides a special module that allows you to use to infect the target machine, but also modify the code at runtime to check its performance. The threat also has its own encryption routines. Malware is distributed manually: go to the organization’s network, commits, then use legitimate tool named “PsExec”, this tool is used for Ransomware installation on all endpoints and servers.
The threat seems to have incorporated the same encryption technology used encrypts Peter and the “Master Boot Record” (MBR) disk on the host system. In this way, the user can not access the desktop and run Windows. Infected users will receive text messages sent via firmware BIOS, which is inserted just before the Windows logo appears on the screen. After the launch, delayed its implementation for an hour and a half, after which decrypts the main DLL part of their data and preparing contact exported functions “ZuWQdweafdsg345312”.
Ransomware main function, which is used for the preparation of these operations and begin the process of rewriting the MBR is given. Rescue report does blinking red skull as “PETA” does not contain any name and can be used by users to identify the threat. The ransom note … below:
Ransomware includes a secure cryptographic mechanisms such as RSA-2048 and Salsa20 which can not be broken by modern computing devices. PC users infected with PetrWrap Ransomware may be suggested to buy 800 USD decryption key using Bitcoins. All information about unlock key is mentioned in the ransom …:
All your file system has been encrypted.
Any reverse engineering attempts won’t help you recover your data.
In order to recover all you data contact us by email
[RANDOM EMAIL] and pay the ransom
Your personal id:
[110-BIT LONG KEY COMPRISED OF RANDOM CHARACTERS IN SETS OF SIX SEPARATED BY A DASH]
If you already purchased your key, please enter it below.
However, cooperation criminals is not recommended because it may contain Trojan remote desktop capabilities and allow its operators to modify data extraction and software tools that can be used as leverage to ask for more money. The virus is classified as extremely hazardous, as it threatens the Master Boot Record of the infected computer, which prevent normal boot the operating system. These operations are usually done by the most advanced virus like PetrWrap Ransomware because the recovery is very difficult.
How To Remove PetrWrap Ransomware ??
This PetrWrap Ransomware is very hard to eliminate from manual steps, but still one try is not bad thing. But a the virus indicate that by getting the unlock key only you are able to decrypt the files. However it’s not guarantee that the hacker will leave your system and unlock your files. So we suggest you to use these steps and also to use Free Scanner Tool to protect your system.
From Windows XP
From Task Manager
- First, Open Computer in “Safe mode with Networking”
- Open Windows Task Manager
- Select malicious processes related to PetrWrap Ransomware.
- Click on End Task
From Control Panel
- Click on Start button >> Then Go to Control Panel.
- Select Add / Remove Programs.
- Choose Trojan virus related programs
- Click on Uninstall button.
From Windows 7
From Control Panel
- Click on the Start Menu
- Then Select Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall Programs.
- Choose suspicious program related to PetrWrap Ransomware .
- Right click >> Click Uninstall button.
- Last, Restart your PC.
From Registry Editor
- Open Run window>> Type regedit >> Hit enter.
- All harmful registry files related to ransom virus are shown here.
- Delete them to get rid of PetrWrap Ransomware.