Remove CryptoNar Virus – Restore .CryptoNar Files

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The newest CryptoNar Virus sample has been uncovered in a new attack campaign encrypting target user data with the .CryptoNar extension. The captured samples appear to be early test versions of it. Active infections can be removed following the restore instructions in our article.

Threat Summary

NameCryptoNar virus
TypeRansomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionThe ransomware encrypts sensitive information on your computer system with the .CryptoNar extension 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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CryptoNar Virus – Distribution Ways

The CryptoNar virus samples are being distributed using an attack campaign that utilizes several different methods. The captured strains are relatively low in number and do not researchers an indication of the main method. We presume that the criminals are going to use the most popular tactics in active campaigns.

A common technique is the coordination of email SPAM campaigns that use various social engineering tricks. The main goal of the hackers is to coerce the targets into interacting with the malicious elements that lead to the virus infections. The messages in most cases appear as legitimate notifications, password reminders and other emails that are commonly sent by Internet services and companies that the users may interact with. The virus files may be directly attached or (Read more...)

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