Ransomware: Cyber Extortion - Ransom Payment

Ransomware ransom payment services

Resolve Ransomware and Ransom Payment issues

  • How to pay ransomware ransom with bitcoin?

  • Do you want to settle bitcoin ransomware ransom instantly?

  • Do you want to negotiate the ransom?

  • Do you need help with removing the ransomware?

  • Do you need help to make sure the attacker is not still in your system?

We can help with all of the above ransomware situations

  • We can do it all, we will convert your money into Bitcoin and handle the ransomware payment transaction for you.

  • We also have 60% success negotiating down the original asking ransom.

  • We will ensure your systems are protected from ransomware, since we are a cyber security company first.

What is Ransomware?

Ransomware is malicious code that is used by cybercriminals to launch data kidnapping and lockscreen attacks. The motive for ransomware attacks is monetary— Typically in the form of an anonymous currency such as Bitcoin. Ransomware is a serious and growing cyber threat that often affects individuals and and businesses. Payment demands vary based on targeted organizations, and can range from hundreds to millions of dollar.

Dharma and Wallet is currently in the wild, we are see at-least 4 to 5 cases a week for Dharma related incidents. we help with settlement and most of the time get the ransom reduce. Attacker could cripple your business, not have the right team to help you remediate the ransomware and communicate with the attacker to get your data decrypted can lead to permanent data loss.  

Definitions of words used on this page in regards to ransomware:

  • Ransomware attack — a cyber attack where malicious software threatens to publish the victim’s data or perpetually block access to it unless a ransom is paid.

  • Cybersecurity — the state of being protected against the criminal or unauthorized use of electronic data, or the measures taken to achieve this. CyberSecOp provide a comprehensive suite of technology to secure you organization.

  • MSSP — Managed Security Services Provider, we safeguard your organization against these attack, and response if you become a victim.

  • Social Engineering — the use of deception to manipulate individuals into divulging confidential or personal information that may be used for fraudulent purposes.

  • Phishing — the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.

  • CEO Fraud — the latest in a new generation of cyber attacks involving impersonation of senior company officials, using social engineering to coerce employees to transfer company money under the auspice of a legitimate business purpose.

  • Bitcoin—a type of digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank. We have a process in place to ensure safe payment and have a 100% successful rate of getting the decryption tool.

  • Wannacrypt — also known by the names WannaCry, WanaCrypt0r or Wcrypt is a ransomware which targets Windows operating systems.

  • CyberSecOp Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) — a variant of ransomware designed to be so user-friendly that it could be deployed by anyone with little cyber know-how.

Ransomware Protection

  • CyberSecOP Ransomware Endpoint protection that goes far beyond malware to effectively combat today’s threats. CyberSecOP Ransomware Flash Detect antivirus brings machine learning and behavioral analytics to your endpoint protection. Protect against malware, ransomware, file-less attacks, and fill the gaps left by legacy antivirus solutions.

  • CyberSecOP Ransomware protection starts blocking at the attack’s initial entrance vector (e.g. phishing) and keeps blocking across the entire attack lifecycle including exploit installation/execution and the command and control phase.

  • Security teams today are overwhelmed with alerts from ineffective products that lack any context or prioritization of attacks; so they end up missing the real threats targeting their data. Our Analytics and Reporting Cloud quickly filter through potential anomalies and only triggers alarms for the high fidelity events that warrant additional investigation.

Bitcoin Ransomware Ransom Payment

Ransomware, sometimes called cyber extortion, is a type of malicious software that infiltrates computer systems and locks them down. Once the data or system has been frozen, the hacker directs the victim to pay a sum of money (ransom) to regain access to the device or data.