Remove Scarab-Deep Ransomware – Restore .deep Files

Remove Scarab-Deep Ransomware Restore .deep Files

This article provides information about a version of Scarab data locker ransomware dubbed Scarab-Deep. By reaching the end of the article, you will know how to remove the threat and which alternative methods to use in order to potentially restore .deep files.

Scarab-Deep is the name given to another version of Scarab ransomware recently found by security researchers. This version is associated with the extension .deep which renames all corrupted files. An infection with this ransomware loads to heavy modifications of various system settings. All changes support the main phase of the attack – data encryption. Following encryption, a ransom note appears on the screen to inform about the impact of the threat and instruct infected victims how to obtain the specific decryption key.

Threat Summary

TypeRansomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionA data locker ransomware that utilizes strond cihper algorithm to encrypt files on stored on the infected computer. Then it demands a ransom for decryption solution.
SymptomsImportant files are locked and renamed with .deep extension. They remain unusable until a ransom is paid.
Distribution MethodSpam Emails, Email Attachments
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Scarab-Deep Ransomware – Distribution

The infection process with this Scarab-Deep ransomware infection begins when its payload is started on the system. For the distribution of its payload hackers bet on various shady techniques. All these techniques aim to conceal the malicious code and trick you into (Read more...)

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