Bondy ransomware – file encrypting virus using RSA encoding algorithm


Bondy ransomware

Bondy ransomware is a malicious file-locking virus that uses the RSA algorithm to encrypt all victim data. After the malware finds its way into a system, it starts its dirty business. In this case – it is encrypting all users’ personal data. Only the system-files are left alone. The virus appends all files with a .bondy extension, hence the name. After successful lockage of files, a ransom note is created within the contaminate folders, with instructions from the cybercriminals.

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