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Arena ransomware virus

Please provide me remover tools of *.arena ransomware virus.


Thanks,

Mukesh Kumar


Hi Mukesh,

 

File which you have attached is got encrypted due to ".ARENA" Ransomware attack.

 

It is new variant of the Crysis/Dharma ransomware that is appending the .arena extension to encrypted files.

 

In the past this attack was typically spread by hacking into Remote Desktop Services and manually installing the ransomware.

 

Day by day malwares are being designed in such a way that it can bypass layer of security like antivirus, firewall protection etc.

 

Unfortunately, at this time it is not possible to decrypt .arena files encrypted by the Crysis Ransomware.

 

For more details kindly visit below URL:

 

http://blogs.quickheal.com/troldesh-ransomware-brute-forcing-its-way-into-systems/

http://blogs.quickheal.com/is-your-remote-desktop-system-safe-from-bruteforce-attacks/

 

 

If you have Quick Heal Anti Virus installed and updated in system before this ransomware attack, then Quick Heal have introduced Backup and Restore feature.

 

Backup and Restore feature automatically and periodically (multiple times a day), takes a backup of well-known file formats like PDF and Microsoft Office files that are present on your computer.

 

Also it takes backup of files if modified.

 

Refer below link to restore data from Quick Heal’s backup folder in case of Ransomware attack?

 

https://esupport.quickheal.com/solution/articles/23000009364--how-to-restore-data-from-quick-heal-s-backup-folder-in-case-of-ransomware-attack-

 


Hi Mukesh,

 

File which you have attached is got encrypted due to ".ARENA" Ransomware attack.

 

It is new variant of the Crysis/Dharma ransomware that is appending the .arena extension to encrypted files.

 

In the past this attack was typically spread by hacking into Remote Desktop Services and manually installing the ransomware.

 

The Ransomware is being spread and executed by criminals by directly gaining access to the victim’s computer through Remote Desktop.

 

Remote access to the victim’s computer is gained by using brute-force techniques which can effectively crack weak passwords.

 

Day by day malwares are being designed in such a way that it can bypass layer of security like antivirus, firewall protection etc.

 

Unfortunately, at this time it is not possible to decrypt .arena files encrypted by the Crysis Ransomware.

 

For more details kindly visit below URL:

 

http://blogs.quickheal.com/troldesh-ransomware-brute-forcing-its-way-into-systems/

http://blogs.quickheal.com/is-your-remote-desktop-system-safe-from-bruteforce-attacks/

 

 

 

If you have Quick Heal Anti Virus installed and updated in system before this ransomware attack, then Quick Heal have introduced Backup and Restore feature.

 

Backup and Restore feature automatically and periodically (multiple times a day), takes a backup of well-known file formats like PDF and Microsoft Office files that are present on your computer.

 

Also it takes backup of files if modified.

 

If Quick Heal backup is available then file restoration is possible.

 

Refer below link to to restore data from Quick Heal’s backup folder in case of Ransomware attack.

 

https://esupport.quickheal.com/solution/articles/23000009364--how-to-restore-data-from-quick-heal-s-backup-folder-in-case-of-ransomware-attack-

 

 

 

Thanks,

Manoj P

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