GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware Recovery

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Globeimposter 2.0 ransomware recovery

How do I know if GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware has infected my system?

The GlobeImposter ransomware started gaining visibility in August, 2017. Fast forward 2 years, and the virus has wreaked havoc in US, Europe, Asia and Africa, impacting organizations of all sizes.

Globeimposter 2.0 badly damaged the security infrastructure of various companies and has been accounted for nearly 6.5% of all ransomware attacks between April and September 2019.

A web hosting company providing Windows and Linux hosting services had to shut down their operations for at least 1 week causing frustration among its customers. Imagine having your website taken off the internet because the hosting company got infected with a ransomware attack.

GlobeImposter is a perfect example of Ransomware as a Service Model where the creators sell it on the dark web at a fixed price and a 10% commission for every successful attack. In fact, the creators of GlobeImposter 2.0 promise regular code updates free of charge to help the affiliate members in carrying out successful ransomware attacks.

While there are a number of versions, Before Crypt knows 5 confirmed strain variants, 726 (the original strain) and 792 (the re-released strain).

The blank slate spamming method is extremely popular that GlobeImposter uses to carry out ransomware attacks. Victims have reported receiving blank emails with simply a zip attachment increasing their curiosity. They would then proceed with opening zip file and unknowingly, execute the ransomware attack.

One of the most common signs of getting infected with this virus is using torrent sites to download pirated software and movies. Globeimposter 2.0, as observed by Before Crypt, has been compiled as an add-on with these torrents, thereby exponentially increasing the ransomware’s attacking capabilities.

  • There are a number of signs pointing to a GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware infection:
  • You receive a message of data encryption, demanding a bitcoin payment to get it back.
  • Your file names and/or extensions change to *.fuck, *.gotham, *.needkeys, etc.
  • Your Desktop Wallpaper appears to be changed.
  • Your CPU is 100% utilized even though you aren’t using any applications.
  • Your computer is extremely slow to react to new commands.
  • The hard disk seems to process data without pause
  • Your virus protection is deactivated and cannot be started

What should I do when my data has been encrypted by GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware?

As in any virus attack, you need to take extreme precautions. Shut down your computer or server in the usual way and disconnect all network connections immediately, including any data storage devices and online cloud storages. For more details please visit the Ransomware Information site.

Do not pay the ransom or try to remove the GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware on your own. You should leave the removal of ransomware and, the subsequent recovery of your valuable company data, exclusively to experts.

BeforeCrypt can help you as a serious and highly-effective partner should you be infected by GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware. Thanks to our experience and knowledge, we can recover 100% of your encrypted data in most cases.

Keep calm! Contact us, and we can help you!

Ransomware Recovery Ransomware Decryption


Since individual groups operate GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware, there is a range of ransom amounts.

The average GlobeImposter 2.0 ransom amount is somewhere between $7,500 – $70,000. In addition, approximately 10% of Bitcoin exchange fees will apply to the use of quick-buy methods such as PayPal or credit card.

  • GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware average ransom in USD $

The GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware downtime can usually be shorter than normal ransomware attacks. This is because most GlobeImposter 2.0 attackers use an automated TOR site to accept payment and deliver the decryption tool.

Depending on your company size and how often you use IT-systems in your daily business, this is the most expensive part of this incident. Additional to the unavailability of your IT-systems, this is damaging your company reputation.

Your goal should be to get your systems back to a productive state as soon as possible. The best way to do this is to call in experts, which have a vast knowledge of GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware and get the IT-systems back up running.

  • GlobeImposter 2.0
  • All Ransomware

There is a high chance of getting a working GlobeImposter 2.0 decryptor after paying the attackers. But there’s never a guarantee.

Some attackers have a good reputation for providing working GlobeImposter 2.0 decryptors. Others are known scammers and will never provide one.

  • Paid Decryption Successful
  • Paid Decryption Failed

The most common attack vector for GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware is spam emails and contagious webpages.

  • Spam emails
  • Malicious webpages
  • Security vulnerabilities
NameGlobeImposter 2.0 Virus / GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware
Danger levelVery High. Advanced Ransomware which makes system changes and encrypts files
Release date2017
OS affectedWindows
Appended file extensions.CRYPT, .PSCrypt, .FIX, .FIXI, nCrypt, .Virginlock, .keepcalm, .pizdec, crypted!, .write_us_on_email, .write_on_email, .write_me_[email], A1CRYPT, .hNcyrpt, .cryptall, .402, .4035, .4090, .4091, 452, .490, .707, .725, .726, .911, .cryptch, .ocean, .nopasaran, .s1crypt, .scorp, .sea, .skunk , .3ncrypt3d, .707, .medal, .FIXI, .TROY, .VAPE, .GRAF, .GORO, .MAKB, .HAPP, .BRT92, .HAIZ, .MORT, .MIXI, JEEP, .BONUM, .GRANNY, .LEGO, .RECT, .UNLIS, .ACTUM, .ASTRA, .GOTHAM, .PLIN, .paycyka, .vdul, .2cXpCihgsVxB3, .rumblegoodboy, .needkeys, .needdecrypt, .bleep, .help, .zuzya, .f1crypt, .foste, .clinTON, .ReaGAN, .Trump, .BUSH, .C8B089F, .decoder, .Uridzu, .f*ck, .Ipcrestore, .encen, .encencenc, .{[email protected]}BIT, [[email protected]].arena, .waiting4keys, .black, .txt, .doc, .btc, .wallet, .lock, .FREEMAN, .apk, [email protected]_lu (Yoshikada Decryptor), [email protected]_cc (Zerwix Decryptor), .suddentax, .XLS, .Nutella, .TRUE, TRUE1, .SEXY, .SEXY3, .SKUNK+, BUNNY+, .PANDA+, .ihelperpc, .irestorei, .STG, [[email protected]], .legally, .BAG, .bad, .rose, .MTP
Ransom noteHOW_OPEN_FILES.hta or how_to_back_files.html
Contact email address[email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]


GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware Note #1: .hta Notice

This is an average GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware note.

Your files are encrypted!
Your personal ID
All your important data has been encrypted. To recover data you need decryptor.
To get the decryptor you should:
pay for decrypt:
site for buy bitcoin:
Buy 1 BTC on one of these sites
bitcoin adress for pay:
Send 1 BTC for decrypt
After the payment:
Send screenshot of payment to [email protected] . In the letter include your personal ID (look at the beginning of this document).
After you will receive a decryptor and instructions
• No Payment = No decryption
• You realy get the decryptor after payment
• Do not attempt to remove the program or run the anti-virus tools
• Attempts to self-decrypting files will result in the loss of your data
• Decoders other users are not compatible with your data, because each user’s unique encryption key

GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware Note #2: HTML file

Globeimposter 2.0 Ransomnote Html

Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.

To start the recovery process:
Register email box to or (do not waste time sending letters from your standard email address, they will all be blocked).
Send a email from your new email address to: [email protected] with your personal ID.
In response, we will send you further instructions on decrypting your files.
Your personal ID:
—————————– P.S. ———————————-
It is in your interest to respond as soon as possible to ensure the recovery of your files, because we will not store your decryption keys on our server for a long time.
Сheck the folder “Spam” when waiting for an email from us.
If we do not respond to your message for more than 48 hours, write to the backup email : [email protected]
Q: Did not receive an answer?
A: Check the SPAM folder.
Q: My spam folder is empty, what should I do?
A: Register email box to or and do the steps above.

GlobeImposter 2.0 attackers usually leave an HTML file with the name “how_to_back_files.html” and contains all the necessary information you will need to contact the attackers and get your data back. There are also chances when the same file is saved as a .txt file.

It’s usually safe to open this file, just be sure the full file extension is *.txt or *.html

GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware Note #3: No Ransom Note At All

Sometimes the attackers leave the encrypted files without any GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware notes. The file name will contain the attackers’ email. The appended file extensions depend on the GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware variant. The most common ones are .bad; .BAG; .FIX; .FIXI; .legally;n .keepcalm; .pizdec; .virginlock[[email protected]]SON;
.[[email protected]]; .725; .ocean; .rose; .GOTHAM; .HAPP; .write_me_[[email protected]]; .726; .490; n.skunk

“file name.[ext][email protected]_in”


Depending on the variant of GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware, it could be possible that there’s a publicly available decryption method. Please use our request form, and we can check this for free for you. You can also use free websites to check this, too.

GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware creates multiple Windows registry entries, creates hidden executable files and sometimes opens a backdoor in firewalls for further access. There are multiple steps necessary, including the cleaning up of the Windows registry, scanning for malware and the manual cleanup of the GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware. Depending on the system environment, it is sometimes safer and faster to reinstall the operating system.

The most common attack vector for GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware is spam emails and contagious webpages. It is mostly recognized by a zip file attachment in the email that has little to no context.

Globeimposter 2.0 ransomware has wreaked havoc across the globe by bringing down a number of corporate, government and business websites, and entire networks of companies.

GlobeImposter 2.0 ransomware encrypts files with an AES-256 bit algorithm. This algorithm, like most of those used by ransomware attackers, is currently impossible to break. There are currently no known free decryptors for GlobeImposter, which means that the only options are to restore from backup or negotiate with the attackers, preferably with a professional ransomware recovery team like BeforeCrypt.


  1. Professional ransomware response can significantly decrease downtime. We deal with hundreds of cases every year. Through our years of experience, we have developed a streamlined process that brings our clients back online as fast as possible. In the event that a ransom has to be paid, purchasing the necessary cryptocurrency can take days. The process of resolving a ransomware attack without prior experience can take many hours of research. Most of our cases are completely resolved 24-72 hours after we begin the recovery process.

  2. Avoid dealing with criminals and ensure legal compliance. Most companies don’t feel comfortable dealing with cyber-criminals. It can add another layer of stress in emergency. We maintain files on different groups of hackers in order to maximize security and effectiveness of negotiations. We also ensure that all communications and transfers comply with applicable laws and regulations to protect our clients against potential legal problems. 

  3. Instant cryptocurrency transfers. It is always better to avoid giving into the attacker’s demands. If backups and normal recovery methods fail, however, there may be no other choice. Most ransomware attackers demand payment in Bitcoin. If you try to purchase Bitcoin yourself, an intensive know-your-customer process is usually required, which can take 2-6 days for large amounts. We maintain a reserve of the currencies demanded by attackers to make instant payments if needed.

  4. Ensure data integrity and security. As specialists in the field of ransomware incident response, we are always refining industry best practices for data recovery. We have robust, standardized procedures for backing up encrypted data, restoring data, and removing viruses to ensure that there is no data loss or damage.

  5. Easy Insurance Reporting: All of our clients receive a detailed incident report with all information required by cyber-insurance and for law enforcement purposes. Thankfully, cyber-insurance often covers the cost of cyber-extortion as well as professional ransomware response services. Completing all paperwork correctly from the beginning can speed up the process of filing a claim and recovering lost funds.
  1. Backup, Backup, Backup! In most cases, a fresh and secure backup of data can prevent ransomware attack from succeeding. For this reason, many attackers put in a lot of effort to find and encrypt backups. The best backup will be air-gapped, meaning physically disconnected from your main network. It is also important to have a regular backup schedule with robust security procedures

  2. Install a Next-Gen Antivirus. Next generation anti-virus software combines a classic signature-based antivirus with powerful exploit protection, ransomware protection and endpoint detection and response (EDR). Mcafee, Fireeye, and Sentinel One are all examples of antivirus software with these features. 

  3. Install a Next-Gen Firewall. A Next-Gen-Firewall is also called Unified threat management (UTM) firewall. It adds a layer of security at every entry and exit point of your company data communication. It combines classic network security with intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, gateway antivirus, email filtering and many other features. 

If you can afford it, having staff or hiring a dedicated service to monitor network traffic can also help to detect unusual activity and prevent ransomware attacks. Ransomware attackers usually do a lot of surveillance on a network before attempting a hack. This “reconnaissance” phase has certain tell-tale signs. If you can catch these early, it’s possible to detect the attacker early and deny them access to the network. 

If you get hit by ransomware, a professional ransomware response service can help to identify and patch security gaps. 

Why Choose BeforeCrypt for GlobeImposter 2.0 Ransomware Recovery and Decryption Services?

  • Safe & Secure Negotiations with the hackers
  • Insurance Case Development and Documentation
  • Reporting Crime to FBI and Relevant Authorities
  • Ready availability of different cryptocurrencies for immediate disbursement on your behalf
  • FREE threat and damage assessment
  • Least possible time required to get your systems back online
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