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List of common ransomware encrypted file extensions
Common ransomware encrypted files may change in time as the popularity and significance of some formats can change.
Whole category of ransomware encrypted files contains now 152 file types. Show all ransomware encrypted file types.
Files with ccc extension can be found as encrypted documents or media files affected by TeslaCrypt / CryptoWall ransomware.
Files with cerber suffix may be usually found as files encrypted by the Cerber ransomware.
Files with cerber2 suffix may be found as encrypted files of all kinds that were affected by the Cerber2 ransomware.
Files with cerber3 suffix may be found as encrypted files of all kinds that were affected by the Cerber3 ransomware.
Files with crypt suffix may also be found as encrypted and renamed archives affected by the "Scatter" ransomware.
Files with cryptolocker suffix are generally encrypted files with their extension renamed by CryptoLocker ransomware.
CRYPTWALL files are encrypted by the ransom ware. You cannot simply open them, and without the encryption key it is not really possible.
Files with ecc suffix can be also found files affected and encrypted files by the Cryptolocker or TeslaCrypt ransomware. This means they can be pretty much anything, including documents, photos, spreadsheets or others sensitive files.
Files with ezz extension are commonly found as encrypted files by the Alpha Crypt ransomware. They can be anything, including documents, photos, spreadsheets and others sensitive files affected by these viruses.
Files with locky suffix can be found as encrypted and renamed files affected by the Locky ransomware.
Files with micro extension can be lately found as renamed encrypted archives affected by infamous TeslaCrypt 3.0. ransomware.
Files with zepto suffix can be found as encrypted and renamed files affected by some of the latest versions of Locky ransomware.
This is a list of some the most common file types from this category and may change in time as the popularity and significance of some formats can change. Whole category of ransomware encrypted files contains now 152 file types. Show all ransomware encrypted files.