.crypt .cryp1 .crypz related to cryptXXX which is now ultracryptor.
.crypt .cryp1 .crypz are exactly in the way they came in as the latest upgrade of the CryptXXX. Since .crypt extension first discovered as a CryptXXX ransomware we can see major work and constant development. At the beginning of .crypt extension Kaspersky Labs cracked the code and rakhnidecryptor was working fine and decrypting files for free. A few weeks later CryptXXX was the first update with no major differences, which blocked rakhnidecryptor for a couple of days. However not long after, constant new ransom extensions (.cryp1 .crypz) are spreading online like tides and may be with new extensions every single week. Well if you wonder if you can decrypt douse, the answer is no, at least for now. Latest upgrades of CryptXXX considered as a 3.1 version, which imported increased effectiveness including network share encryption, made Kaspersky rakhnidecryptor useless. The reason for all this may be teslacrypt shut down, announced just before the big rise of the CryptXXX ransomware. According to security researchers from bleepingcomputer the distributors are moving from Teslacrypt to may be a better ransomware strain CryptXXX, which is now ultracryptor. Note: .crypz is often mistaken for .cryptz.
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The ambition of the criminals behind CryptXXX 3.1, in order to stop Kasperky rakhnidecryptor, delivering bad news to victims. It looks like they broke their own decryptor and even if you pay the ransom you will not be able to decrypt files for now. We strongly advise not to pay the ransom simply because users will be provided with non working decryptor. Consider removing and protecting your pc with anti-malware program.
Can not ges what will be the next extension may be coming every monday, but it will be definitely “cryp(something)”. For an average person with basic computer skills will be difficult to understand if we go deeply into this ransomware to see how it works. What it does as you may be already know, is it will encrypt files and demand ransom to give them back to victims. Of course with the common ransom note, file extension and !*.txt and !*.html folders to desktop of user infected with CryptXXX virus. It is spreading as fast as never before with distribution methods as we know are towards trojan horse, spam email attachments, poison website that you visited or a freeware installation. RSA 4096 is the algorithm used to encrypt your data. You cab read more about CryptXXX above. At the meantime download the anti-malware software provided to remove the virus. We strongly recommend not to perform a payment since the latest CryptXXX 3.0 and 3.1 upgrade has been providing users with non working decryptor.
The best option for you is if you have a backup, wipe your hard drive and perform system restore.
Use any type of anti malware software to remove CryptXXX Ransomware.
New research discovery shows how ransomware deletes files and substitute encrypted copy of them. It is not guaranteed, but it is a possibility that you may recover your files with data recovery software. Before trying to decrypt any files you can scan your computer for posible data loss.