Nasoh Ransomware : Another Member of DJVU Family
Nasoh Ransomware is one of the member of DJVU family that penetrates inside the user's machine secretly and forces them to pay ransom fee. It is known for locking user's entire personal files including photos, documents, PDFs, videos, databases, spreadsheets etc that can be easily tracked by it's file extension. Yes, you heard right. It locks user files by adding .nasoh file extension and make them unable to access or open them at all. Similar to predecessor variant or other member of DJVU family, it locks complete user generated files, generates a special file named _readme.txt and then after put it into almost all folder that includes altered or modified System files.
Threat Profile of Nasoh Ransomware
- Name of Threat – Nasoh Ransomware
- Alias – .nasoh file extension virus
- Category – Cryptovirus, File encrypting malware, Ransomware
- Danger Level – High
- Encipher Used – AES, RSA
- Similar To – Besub Ransomware, Poret ransomware, Radman Ransomware etc.
- File Extension – .nasoh
- Ransom Note – _readme.txt
- Ransom Fee – $980/$490
- Contact Address – [email protected], [email protected]
- File Decryption – Possible, for the successful removal of Nasoh Ransomware and file decryption, make use of the Windows Scanner Tool.
Know What Is The Text Presented In Ransom Note
Almost all member of the DJVU Ransomware delivers exact ransom demanding message and like other, Nasoh Ransomware also delivers same ransom note. The message of this note claims that your all files are locked and to restore them victims must purchase the unique file decryption key. For this, hackers often blackmail victims and ask them to pay $980 costs. It's con artist also offered 50% discount if they contact with ransomware developers within the first 72 hours just after file encryption. But like other, it's ransom note is completely untrusted one. So, users must opt Nasoh Ransomware removal instruction instead of believing on ransom note.
Ways Through Which Nasoh Ransomware Compromise PC
Belonging to the ransomware family, Nasoh Ransomware uses several methods to built into your PC. But some of the most common leaks through which it may compromises your PC are :
- Hidden installation of it's payload along with third-party apps.
- Contaminated, hacked or dubious link in the spam emails.
- Using of illegal peer-to-peer resources to download any pirated software.
- Malicious URL that has malicious character and dubious link.
- Cracked software, spam campaigns, torrent downloads, contaminated devices etc.