Remove 24H Virus Infections – Restore .24H Files

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24H Virus is a newly discovered test version of a new threat. The security analysis reveals that it does not contain snippets from any of the famous malware families. It is possible that future versions of it are going to feature updated code that add newer functions. Read our complete 24H Virus removal guide to learn more about it.

Threat Summary

TypeRansomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionThe ransomware encrypts sensitive information on your computer system with the .24h extensions and demands a ransom to be paid to allegedly recover them.
SymptomsThe ransomware will encrypt your files with a strong encryption algorithm.
Distribution MethodSpam Emails, Email Attachments
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Malware Removal Tool

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24H Virus – Distribution Ways

The 24H virus has been discovered in an ongoing hacker attack with a limited scope. A single successful infiltration has been reported in Africa which signals two possible cases scenarios:

  • The attacks are coming in from a hacker group that is testing a newly created virus.
  • The hacker or criminal group behind the attack has acquired custom code from the underground markets and are testing it on test targets.

The 24H virus can be distributed using phishing email campaigns that are created in bulk and coordinated by the the hackers behind the virus. They use social engineering tactics by taking the design elements and text from notifications that have been sent by famous companies (Read more...)

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