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    Hajd Ransomware: Data Recovery & Removal

    Like any other ransomware, Hajd ransomware encrypts your files and demands a ransom for the decryption key.  After a ransomware infection, the first thing you should do is disconnect from the internet and then run a malware scan on your computer. If you notice the virus before it takes all your files, you have a […]

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    Uyjh Ransomware: Data Recovery & Security Best Practices

    Uyjh is ransomware that encrypts your files, adding a .uyjh extension to it. So, if you have a file named photo1.png, uyjh ransomware will rename it to photo1.png.uyjh. After the virus finishes encrypting your files, it will add to each fold a ransom note with an email address and an ID. In this note, the […]

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    XHAMSTER Ransomware: Data Recovery & Removal

    XHAMSTER ransomware, like Zepto, encrypts the infected device files and demands payment ‌for the description key. This is a new virus infection variant that can demand Bitcoins as a ransom payment. Once the XHAMSTER gets on your device, it changes your file’s name and extension, using the .XHAMSTER extension. Although there are a few things […]

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    Ransomware Data Recovery: Zepto Ransomware

    Zepto is a variant of Locky ransomware. It can get to your data as you open infected files from phishing emails passing as bank reports, invoices, or shipping information. The ransomware adds the .zepto extension to encrypt your file. The good news is that even with such powerful ransomware, you still have hope to recover […]

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    Server Failure: How to Avoid Data Loss & Downtime

    With the constant worry about downtime, many businesses have forgotten hardware in favor of software. This can be an expensive mistake as disasters like storms or hacks take down vital systems damaging not only your data but your company’s image. Therefore, learning how to prevent server failure and avoid its consequences – data loss and […]

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    How To Fix Error: “You Need To Format The Disk In Drive”

    Disk errors can frustrate users, but they also are usually easy to fix. When your disk asks to be formatted, it means that the disk is either damaged or not formatted correctly. It can be your external hard drive, SD card, or USB flash disk. At any time you can plug it in and the […]

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    How To Fix Windows’ Error: No Bootable Medium Found

    The “No bootable medium found” error found on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 10, means that your computer is trying to boot from a source that doesn’t have an operating system installed.  This usually happens if you’re trying to boot from a USB drive or CD/DVD that doesn’t have a bootable version […]

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    How To Fix Windows’ Operating System Not Found Error

    As computer users, you may know sometimes your machine can show error messages. “Operating system not found” can list as one of the scariest error messages you can see on your device screen. As scary as this error may seem, you have ways to fix it on your own with simple and effective tips. If […]

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    How To Fix “No Bootable Device” Error

    The disk error No bootable device means that the computer cannot find the hardware with the required files for a computer start, aka bootable device. Damaged cables, incorrect BIOS settings, or a faulty hard drive are some ‌reasons behind a no bootable device. In most cases, you can fix the no bootable device problem following […]

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