In the Internet, a new ransomware has been detected by security analysts named TQV ransomware that encrypts user files and compromises users PC. If somehow your files are locked with .TQV file extension then need not to be worry because with this help of this guide you will definitely get rid of TQV ransomware easily and decrypt your System files.
Analysis Report of TQV ransomware
- Name – TQV ransomware
- Type – Ransomware
- Risk Level – High
- Discovered By – Leo
- File Extension – .TQV
- Ransom Note – @@README.TXT
- Ransom Fee – $100
- Email Address – [email protected]
- Decryption Tool – TQVDecrypt
- Removal – Possible, download Windows Scanner Tool
All Crucial Facts That You Must Know About TQV ransomware
TQV ransomware is one of the latest ransomware discovered by one of the most popular malware researchers named Leo. According to the researcher, it also proliferates inside the PC secretly and after that starts encryption procedure. It locks users generated content, makes them unusable and prevents the affected users from accessing their files. The encryption procedure is performed by its developer just only to fulfill their evil intention that is earn money from affected users.
Know How TQV ransomware Developers Earn Money
Similar to traditional ransomware, TQV ransomware also initiate the encryption procedure immediately after intruding inside the PC. It uses strong encryption algorithm to lock users files. However it pretends that TQV ransomware is using the combination of symmetric and asymmetric cryptography to lock users files and makes them unusable. Once encoding the files successfully, it drops a text file on desktop screen entitled as @@README.TXT that usually serves as a ransom message.
See What Ransom Note of TQV ransomware Says
Ransom note contains an email address presented by the hackers to contact with them. This messages usually informs victims about the encryption of their file and ask them to pay about $100 ransom fee in order to unlock the files. However team of security experts are not advised users to contact with TQV ransomware developers and pay ransom fee because their developers can't be trusted. Like other ransomware, TQV ransomware is also useless and harmful for PC. Therefore affected users must take an immediate action to get rid of TQV ransomware immediately.
Potential Sources of TQV ransomware Infiltration
- Spam campaigns
- Bundling method
- Pirated software
- Infected removable devices
- P2P file sharing sources etc.