BTCWare, also known as CrptXXX and CryptoByte, targets Windows OS and is distributed manually via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) compromise.
Extensions appended to encrypted file names:
.btcware, .cryptobyte, .cryptowin, .[firstname.lastname@example.org].theva, .onyon, .xfile, .master, .[<bitcoinaddress>@bitmessage.ch], .[email@example.com].master, .aleta
Ransom note file names:
#_HOW_TO_FIX_!.hta, READ ME.txt, #_HOW_TO_FIX.inf, .!#_DECRYPT_#!.inf, !#_RESTORE_FILES_#!.INF
Email addresses associated with BTCWare:
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, decrypt
Telegram usernames associated with BTCWare:
Malware executables associated with BTCWare:
mfskskfkls.exe, <ransom>.exe, czsdxxs.exe
UPDATE 5/16/2017: BTCWare master key was released and the free decryption tool linked below has been updated to include most versions of this variant.
UPDATE 7/5/2017: The free decryption tool provided by Bleeping Computer has been updated to decrypt files from the most recent versions of BTCWare.
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