We got us a copy of the newly floated malicious application called Jordan Ransomware recently. While this program is claimed to be a Ransomware malware of type of it is in fact unable to encrypt your files, which is of course good. If you however do not check whether your files are also really been encrypted and pay the ransom, you would throw your money down the drain. In fact, you can remove this malicious application without consequences. To learn more about these Ransomware, please read the entire article.
Let’s start our analysis thus how to spread this malicious program. We are come to the conclusion that these Ransomware about malicious emails will spread. These emails contain an attachment, which looks like a regular file archive. However, this file archive contains the executable file of the Jordan Ransomware that is placed in an unknown location. She can disguise themselves as legitimate business correspondence, tax declaration form, Bill and so on. Their objective is to awaken your attention and curiosity, to force you to open the attached file. If you open it, these Ransomware secretly infects your computer.
Our tests have shown that these Ransomware pushes the main execution file to different locations, which means that they change every time. Also the main executable file receives a random name, so that it might be difficult to find them, especially, when it is placed between other design files. Once this Ransomware is on your computer, it runs automatically and shows you your graphical user interface (GUI). The GUI is a simple window with a message and an image of a boy on the right side.
In this communication, is that your files with a military cipher is encrypted because you would have viewed pornography. The message will ask you to send 10,000 SC (scammer coins) to the address specified. Obviously not there something like scammers coins, so these Ransomware was undoubtedly created from JUX. Also, the Jordan Ransomware encrypted any files, because you would otherwise not be able, to access to. Funnily enough, communication alleges that the developer would perform a DDoS to your computer, if you do not send the fictional money. Fortunately it turns out testing, nothing’s going to happen like. The GUI shows also a button named “Click me for jordan” (click on me for jordan) to open more pictures of a little boy. Apparently wants make fun these Ransomware only about the boy and was created only for pleasure. We conclude that this application is harmless and will harm your files or your computer.
Applications such as the Jordan Ransomware are quite rare, because most of the alleged Ransomware programs are serious. However, this program was created for fun and its distribution range is quite small. We advise you to remove it, because she still will annoy you with their bogus ransom note, if you see them on the computer. If you find your main executable not manually, we recommend to use SpyHunter, which will find it for you.
Manually remove of the Ransomware
Warning, multiple anti-virus scanners have detected possible malware in Jordan Ransomware.
|VIPRE Antivirus||22702||Wajam (fs)|
|K7 AntiVirus||9.179.12403||Unwanted-Program ( 00454f261 )|
Jordan Ransomware Behavior
- Jordan Ransomware Connects to the internet without your permission
- Shows Fake Security Alerts, Pop-ups and Ads.
- Slows internet connection
- Installs itself without permissions
- Modifies Desktop and Browser Settings.
- Jordan Ransomware Deactivates Installed Security Software.
- Steals or uses your Confidential Data
- Distributes itself through pay-per-install or is bundled with third-party software.
- Common Jordan Ransomware behavior and some other text emplaining som info related to behavior
- Integrates into the web browser via the Jordan Ransomware browser extension
- Jordan Ransomware Shows commercial adverts
- Redirect your browser to infected pages.
- Changes user's homepage
Jordan Ransomware effected Windows OS versions
- Windows 1023%
- Windows 830%
- Windows 721%
- Windows Vista7%
- Windows XP19%
Jordan Ransomware Geography
Eliminate Jordan Ransomware from Windows
Delete Jordan Ransomware from Windows XP:
- Click on Start to open the menu.
- Select Control Panel and go to Add or Remove Programs.
- Choose and remove the unwanted program.
Remove Jordan Ransomware from your Windows 7 and Vista:
- Open Start menu and select Control Panel.
- Move to Uninstall a program
- Right-click on the unwanted app and pick Uninstall.
Erase Jordan Ransomware from Windows 8 and 8.1:
- Right-click on the lower-left corner and select Control Panel.
- Choose Uninstall a program and right-click on the unwanted app.
- Click Uninstall .
Delete Jordan Ransomware from Your Browsers
Jordan Ransomware Removal from Internet Explorer
- Click on the Gear icon and select Internet Options.
- Go to Advanced tab and click Reset.
- Check Delete personal settings and click Reset again.
- Click Close and select OK.
- Go back to the Gear icon, pick Manage add-ons → Toolbars and Extensions, and delete unwanted extensions.
- Go to Search Providers and choose a new default search engine
Erase Jordan Ransomware from Mozilla Firefox
- Enter „about:addons“ into the URL field.
- Go to Extensions and delete suspicious browser extensions
- Click on the menu, click the question mark and open Firefox Help. Click on the Refresh Firefox button and select Refresh Firefox to confirm.
Terminate Jordan Ransomware from Chrome
- Type in „chrome://extensions“ into the URL field and tap Enter.
- Terminate unreliable browser extensions
- Restart Google Chrome.
- Open Chrome menu, click Settings → Show advanced settings, select Reset browser settings, and click Reset (optional).