.Enter Files Virus (Scarab) – How to Remove It
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.ENTER Files Virus (Scarab) – How to Remove It

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This article explains what issues occur in case of infection with .ENTER files virus. It also provides instructions on how to remove this ransomware and potentially restore .ENTER files.

Another strain of Scarab ransomware dubbed .ENTER files virus has been spotted in the wild. Its name is a derivative of the specific extension it appends to each encrypted file. Once it manages to start its payload on a target system, it initiates a sequence of malicious activities that enable it to corrupt valuable files. Following encryption, .ENTER files virus loads a ransom message that extorts a ransom payment.

Threat Summary

Name.ENTER Files Virus
TypeRansomware, Cryptovirus
Short DescriptionCrypto virus that utilizes sophisticated cipher algorithm in order to encrypt valuable data and then demand a ransom payment.
SymptomsValuable data is corrupted and renamed with .ENTER extension. Ransom message appears on screen to extort a ransom.
Distribution MethodSpam Emails, Email Attachments
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.ENTER Files Virus – Distribution

The payload file of the so-called .ENTER files virus could land on your computer as a part of spam email. Emails that are part of malspam campaigns often impersonate representatives of well-known businesses, websites, and institutions. Hackers implement this trick in order to mislead you and make you more prone to start the malicious code on your PC.

As regards the infection code it is usually obfuscated as file attachment of common type such as document, image, archive, PDF or injected into the source code of web page URL of which appears in the text message. Text messages could provoke a sense of urgency by of stating that you should review these elements as soon as possible because their information is of great importance.

You could check our forum for safety tips that will help you to prevent infections like Scarab .ENTER ransomware.

.ENTER Files Virus – Overview

As identified by security researchers .ENTER files virus is strain of the infamous

Scarab ransomware. Once loaded on your system, the payload of .ENTER ransomware virus initiates a sequence of malicious activities that affect essential system settings. Before the ransomware could fulfill all infection stages it needs to establish its malicious files on the system. For the purpose it could be either programmed to create the files directly on the system or drop them from its command and control server.

During the removal process we advise you to check the following folders for malicious entries:

  • %AppData%
  • %Local%
  • %LocalLow%
  • %Roaming%
  • %Temp%
  • %Windows%

One of the most targeted system components is the Registry Editor. It is so due to the fact that the Registry Editor contains volume of settings that manage the proper system performance. There are two registry sub-keys that are most likely to be affected by .ENTER ransomware – Run and RunOnce. Soon after the ransomware adds its malicious values under these keys it becomes able to load infection files on each system start. This in turn enables it to encrypt all files created before the last system shutdown.

In addition, the functionalities of the same keys could support the display of its ransom note. It could be found in a text file called HELP HELP HELP.TXT and all it reads is:

All your files are encrypted!
Your ID

6902000000000000B2939A051D92890DC030080357E235B0FF62BD54AAAAB47CF691CC9DCA1B4B79DDDECDD46C9D3C5BB2AD
[redacted] 0FA3DB6CBDBDACFBCC5A4F1573E336877145FEABD375D75CF83BF75D9E1FE775D59397AAB3E6E498B0B10D8F542386E66A92
[redacted] 1390307560CCE4CB19DEA582F6AC0E799938F11A604A7BCB9B241F1429E467B14F229B28C16FCC1851B0A76530330DD98822
[redacted] 92C4183C0E6655881241EA6FA8C793E3CE95E25615DB98F800

Get a decoder:

[email protected]
[email protected]

If you can not contact by mail
* Register on the site http://bitmsg.me (Bitmessage online sending service)
* Write a letter BM-2cTXnB6dEE6TdHmAJCnEHp9PdsPThtS5n4 with your mail and ID.
If the site does not work, use vpn or torproject.org

HELP HELP HELP.TXT ransom note file .Enter files virus sensorstechforum

The message attempts to trick you into contacting hackers and eventually pay them a ransom for file decryptor. However, we recommend you to avoid following their instructions and attempt to solve the problem by yourself. Since there is no guarantee that they could send you a working decryption key, you may only lose your money.

.ENTER Files Virus – Encryption Process

All initial system modifications performed by .ENTER files virus support the main infection stage which is data encryption. The completion of this phase happens with the help of built-in encryption module. This module utilizes sophisticated cipher algorithm that encodes parts of target files’ code. When the encryption is finished all corrupted files remain inaccessible and marked with the specific extension .ENTER.

Unfortunately, all files that store sensitive information could be encrypted by this Scarab version including:

  • Audio files
  • Video files
  • Document files
  • Image files
  • Backup files
  • Banking credentials, etc

Remove .ENTER Files Virus and Restore Data

Below you could find how to remove .ENTER files virus step by step. Beware that it is a ransomware with highly complex code that plagues not only your files but your whole system. To remove manually this ransomware you need to have a bit of technical experience and ability to recognize traits of malware files. So as recommended by security researchers you should utilize an advanced anti-malware tool for its complete removal. Such a tool will keep your system protected against devastating threats like Scarab .ENTER and other kinds of malware that endanger your online security.

After you remove the ransomware make sure to check the “Restore Files” step listed in the guide below. But before you take any further actions, don’t forget to back up all encrypted files to an external drive in order to prevent their irreversible loss.

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To remove .ENTER Files Virus follow these steps:

1. Boot Your PC In Safe Mode to isolate and remove .ENTER Files Virus files and objects
2. Find files created by .ENTER Files Virus on your PC

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3. Scan for malware and unwanted programs with SpyHunter Anti-Malware Tool
4. Try to Restore files encrypted by .ENTER Files Virus
Gergana Ivanova

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana has completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of National and World Economy. She has been with the STF team for three years, researching malware and reporting on the latest infections. She believes that in times of constantly evolving dependency of network connected technologies, people should spread the word not the war.

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