The ‘Cyber Splitter Vbs’ Ransomware is a ransomware Trojan that is being used to coerce PC users to spend large amounts of money by taking their files hostage. The ‘Cyber Splitter Vbs’ Ransomware uses an approach that is similar to what we’ve seen with numerous other ransomware threats that use a similar attack strategy.
Essentially, the ‘Cyber Splitter Vbs’ Ransomware will encrypt the victim’s files, making them unusable, and then demand that the victim pays large amounts of money to recover access to the encrypted files. PC security analysts are against paying the ‘Cyber Splitter Vbs’ Ransomware’s ransom.
The most plausible explanation is that CyberSplitter 2.0 was sent to your inbox. As we mentioned, ransomware doesn’t rely on your active cooperation. It uses your distraction instead. For instance, hackers often attach the virus to some corrupted, fake email. All you have to do is open it. Voila. You end up downloading a nasty infection on your own computer. Keep in mind those emails appear to be perfectly harmless. They might be disguised as job applications or emails from a shipping company. The goal is to trick you into clicking them open. To prevent infiltration, delete emails/messages from unknown senders.
Prevention is indeed the easier option. Stay away from illegitimate torrents, websites and software bundles. We would also recommend that you avoid third-party pop-ups. Ransomware might get spread online via exploit kits as well.
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