firstname.lastname@example.org Wallet Virus is the dubious file-locker that comes in the category of ransomware. It is mainly designed by the cyber hacker with the main motive to extort money from innocent users. It infiltrates the system silently without users consent by Spam email attachments, via exploit kits, Peer-to-Peer sharing of network, freeware downloads, visiting suspicious sited like porn and torrent sites and much more. Once it enters, it will scan the entire system and encrypt your various file or data and demand ransom for its decryption key. It uses the combination of AES and RSA encryption algorithm to encrypt the file and append the file name as .Wallet extension. After encryption, it will create a ransom note in TEXT or HTML format and put it in each folder containing encrypted files or also display on the computer screen.
According to ransom-demand message, Cyber crooks demand ransom in the form of Bitcoins and encourage users to buy it from designated wallet address. They can convince users to send email on email@example.com to query of your encrypted files. They can also warn users that you not make payment in given time and want to remove this virus the file will be permanently eliminated. After proliferation, firstname.lastname@example.org Wallet Virus makes new registry entries in Window Registry to achieve high level persistence that can allow other malware threats into the system. It can also weaken the security application like Window Firewall and anti-virus to be undetected. Through this virus, cyber crooks monitor your online activities and steal your privacy for misuse.
It is highly suggested that never make any type of payment to the cyber crooks. It is not sure that you will receive decryption key successfully after making payment. Once you make payment, you also support their malicious business. Therefore, it is hardly advised you to remove email@example.com Wallet Virus from the PC immediately.