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How to Create Your Own Ransomware | Cover All Types

How to Create Your Own Ransomware

How to Create Your Own Ransomware?

Ransomware is a type of malicious software that encrypts a victim's files or locks them out of their computer system, then demands a ransom in exchange for the decryption key or to regain access.

But how to create your own ransomware? This question asked by many users so here is the solution, and we are going to make our own ransomware with the help of Kali Linux and termux app. I cover every single detail to install the ransomware tool. 

As you know termux is the best app to hack any Facebook or WhatsApp account. Many of us thinks that the termux is the only OS, and it never helps us to hack someone, but this is totally wrong.

If you subscribe me on YouTube then you already know that, Mostly I upload the videos on termux app and help you to learn about the phishing attack and brute force attack. We think hacking is just a coding, but this is not true.

Many hackers scam your account by apply the simple phishing attack and these type of attacks are called phishing attacks. But in this article we cover the ransomware tool that can make multiple ransomware for different purposes.

About Ransomware Tool:

This tool is specially design to create your own ransomware tool in termux or Kali Linux. This tool is scripted in python language. We have to install the python package in the termux before executing the tool.

How to create your own ransomware?

Please download termux from f-droid and then put the bellow commands step by step in the termux app. If you face any issue with this tool then you can contact me on Instagram by searching @masimtech.

  1. apt update
  2. apt upgrade
  3. pkg install git
  4. pkg install python
  5. pkg install python2
  6. pkg install python3
  7. git clone
  8. cd Ransomware
  9. pip install requests
  10. python3 Ransomware

So this is the basic commands used to install this tool properly in termux without any error. When you put the last command your tool will be executed, and now you have to put "help" to show all the options from this tool.

List of Ransomwares

When you type "show" command, All the ransomware options appear in front of you. Many of us did not know the working of this ransomware. So here is the all detail of this ransomware.

Cerber Ransomware

The ransomware subcategory of malicious software includes Cerber Ransomware. Files belonging to victims are typically encrypted by Cerber, which then requests a ransom in return for the decryption key required to unlock the files.

Cryptowall Ransomware

Due to its aggressive and damaging attacks on people, companies, and organizations, it attracted a lot of attention. The goal of CryptoWall, like other ransomware, is to encrypt victims' files and demand ransom money in exchange for the decryption key.

Jigsaw Ransomware

Malicious software includes Jigsaw Ransomware. It attracted attention for its unusual and combative behavior as well as for its allusion to the horror movie character "Jigsaw" from the "Saw" film series. Jigsaw Ransomware not only encrypts the files of its victims, but also makes the threat to gradually delete them if the ransom is not paid within a predetermined time frame.

Locky Ransomware

Another well-known type of malicious software that is classified as ransomware is Locky Ransomware. Locky is well-known for its capacity to encrypt a variety of file types and for requesting a ransom in exchange for the decryption key.

Mamba Ransomware

A type of malicious software is mamba ransomware.  It is well known for encrypting an infected computer's entire hard drive, including the operating system, rendering it completely unusable until the ransom is paid, and the decryption key is given. In order to have as much of an impact as possible, Mamba ransomware primarily targets companies and organizations.

Ransomware Petyawrap

The well-known ransomware strain "Petya" or "PetyaWrap" (also called "PetrWrap" or "NotPetya") attracted a lot of attention in 2017 because of how pervasive and destructive it was. Petya, which targets the Master Boot Record (MBR) of a computer's hard drive and prevents the entire system from working until a ransom is paid, must be distinguished from more common file-level ransomware.

Ransomware Radamant

A form of malicious software called Radamant Ransomware encrypts the files of its victims and demands a ransom to unlock them.

Ransomware Satana

It is notorious for its particularly destructive behavior because in addition to encrypting a victim's files, it also overwrites the computer's hard drive's Master Boot Record (MBR), making the system un-bootable.

So these are some ransomware that are used to perform different tasks. I explain all the ransomware for your understanding and I hope you get all these. 

Now when you select any ransomware, the tool create your own ransomware in a zip folder. All the information is appeared on the termux screen.

<Note> Don't Run them on your device.

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