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  1. OK this might sound stupid but I downloaded a sample of CryptoWall the fourth version or variant of it for analyzing purpose as I am a student of software engineering university and a passionate of reverse engineering and studying it in a way. I have a small virus zoo in my hard drive containing samples of over 1300 famous and infamous computer viruses all RARed and locked tight and whenever I hunt a sample from the web I work very carefully with it and mostly in a virtual machine but this time I was directly on my PC I downloaded the sample from this page http://www.malware-traffic
  2. Hello, your server and some machines are infected with a virus CryptoWall, which transforms the extension files in .mp3 I will you help me remove this virus on our system and advice on your part to improve our security, please.
  3. - Yesterday my PC started to run slowly. These pop ups started to appear: http://m.imgur.com/8OB4vfn,BBTDNmb http://m.imgur.com/dkdit0K - I was unable to turn off the PC through the start menu or do other functions shcuh as starting the task manager. - I started in safemode with networking, ran malwarebytes and was able to remove various trojans and other threats that referred to 'cryptowall'. - However, now when i start my PC this pop up appears again, http://m.imgur.com/dkdit0K, accept it says it has failed to load rather than succeeded, does this mean that the malware is still p
  4. I'm looking for a tool to identify which files have been encrypted, by scanning a possibly contaminated hard drive installed in a newly formatted computer which was not the one originally infected. I think I managed to catch Cryptowall before it encrypted my whole computer, luckily I have several terabytes of storage. Also all my primary drives (C:, scratch drive, etc) are SSD's which I think saturated my serial controller and prevented Cryptowall from getting to my storage drives I don't care about them I'll just nuke them with Dban or parted magic. I currently have my storage drives remo
  5. Hi, everyone. About 2 weeks ago, my half sister messaged me saying that when she was trying to watch a movie on her PC, it kept making beeping noises or similar. I checked it out the next day and she was infected with Cryptowall 3.0. She more than likely got it from uTorrent/BitTorrent(where she downloads movies from). She had Malwarebytes installed, but every time we tried to launch it, it would be extremely slow and then crash. I tried many times and it didn't work at all. I booted the PC into Safemode with Networking and cleared out as many files the ransomware copied(in EVERY single fold
  6. - Yesterday my PC started to run slowly. These pop ups started to appear: http://www.imgur.com/8OB4vfn,BBTDNmb http://www.imgur.com/dkdit0K - I was unable to turn off the PC through the start menu or do other functions shcuh as starting the task manager. - I started in safemode with networking, ran malwarebytes and was able to remove various trojans and other threats that referred to 'cryptowall'. http://www.imgur.com/cGdTNBS,bBiAt7X,LmaJPTi,u9gHdZV,9aWmeHO(image of scan results). - However, now when i start my PC this pop up appears again, http://m.imgur.com/dkdit0K, accept it say
  7. I have a customer that was hit by both Cryptowall 3 and TeslaCrypt Ransomware on 2 separate pc's while running Malwarebytes premium and Malwarebytes Anti Exploit premium on all the pc's on the network. Neither of these strains are new so how was the infection possible. My concern is that I have a large number of customers running this combination ( Malwarebytes Premium & Anti Exploit Premium) that I have regarded as safe from this type of infection. These customers also run various paid for anti-virus programs. Is there something I'm missing or should they be safe? Thanks all, I look forwa
  8. Some how I got infected with the cryptowall 3.0 virus. I think it was through java but not sure how. Most of the files are not encrypted as of yet and I would like to remove the virus and clean what files I can before I reformat my C drive and do a clean install. I am hoping, (since I don't see any evidence of encryption), that my 3 TB storage drive is clean. However I would like to make sure everything is clean on the other drive before proceeding with a new install on C. Is there anyone that can help me through this process? After running a Malwarebytes scan and fixing any problems, I
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