Cyber experts found that from last three or four years Cryptomalware developers introduce numerous variant to negotiate User System via Spam Email attachments to facilitate its harmful Operations. From this post every victim .bitstak Extension Ransomware gets complete details. It is another example of severe threatening program or piece of ransomware that is specially programmed to function in network environment. Just like other ransomware program its presence will restrict users from accessing their Computer but apart from encrypting files and damaging System functionalities it can damage mail server, database server and FTP servers. It modifies name of all the locked files randomly that contains 11 random letters.
.bitstak Extension Ransomware is written in Python programming language and can affect or run on Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris platform. It uses an AES-256 encryption algorithm to encrypt user’s files and RS-2048 to encrypt the private key and public key. These encryption algorithms also used by Military Force and FBI to secure their sensitive data. Once your Computer got attacked by this .bitstak Extension Ransomware then it will leave no other Option to revert back and even it will also destroy all restore point. In fact, it will make the System completely useless and make user tough to access their Computer in a proper way.
After the files encryption, .bitstak Extension Ransomware will change your desktop wallpaper with other image which will demand ransom amount. This message will be written in other languages. It will say that your files have been encrypted and now you will have to buy the decryption key by paying 1 Bitcoins. It also provides and e-mail addresses and suggest user to contact on it for detailed information. After getting such type of alerts, some users proceed to make payments. But they need to aware that it is not safe to trust these messages. Hackers only intention to frighten the novice users and earn easy money. So, they need to remove .bitstak Extension Ransomware immediately instead of paying any ransom to the hackers.