KKIA Ransomware. How to decrypt .kkia files?

Written by William Reddy

If you can’t open your images, documents, or data and also see the .kkia extension on them, your computer is definitely infected with Kkia ransomware. It pertains to STOP/Djvu ransomware family

Kkia ransomware ciphers personal files located on the victim’s PC with the extension “.kkia” and then leaves the ransom note in each folder which contains encrypted files. The instructions are put on the victim’s PC in the “readme.txt” file. Its activity is primarily similar to other samples of the same ransomware family: Mmuz, Stax, Rguy.

What is Kkia Ransomware?

NameKkia Virus
Ransomware family1DJVU/STOP2 ransomware
Ransomware note_readme.txt
RansomFrom $490 to $980
Contactmanager@mailtemp.ch, helprestoremanager@airmail.cc
SymptomsThe images, videos, and other documents have the “.kkia” extension and cannot be opened by any programs
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Kkia is file-encrypting ransomware that prevents access to your text files, Excel tables, videos and pics by encrypting them. It marks the ciphered files with the “.kkia” extension. Then Kkia ransomware adds a money ransom note (readme.txt) to each folder. In this note, you can see the instructions to pay the ransom ($490-$980 in Bitcoin) to a specified Bitcoin address. The AES-256 or RSA-1028 cipher it utilizes to encrypt the documents is not decryptable with contemporary computers. Even quantum PCs that already exist will spend hundreds of years to get the decryption key.

How dangerous is the Kkia ransomware?

When Kkia ransomware appears on your computer, it will examine your system for photos, videos, and important documents. It encrypt] all widespread file formats- .psd, .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .pdf, .jpeg, .png, et cetera. When these documents are found, the ransomware will cipher them and also change their extension to “.kkia” to make sure that you understand what happened.

After the Kkia ransomware ciphered the data on your computer, it will generate the last “readme.txt” file on the desktop. Besides the ransom payment instructions, the victims also see the emails to contact the cybercriminals – helprestoremanager@airmail.cc and manager@mailtemp.ch.

Here is the ransom note that the Kkia ransomware shows to its victims:


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The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
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You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
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Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that's price for you is $490.
Please note that you'll never restore your data without payment.
Check your e-mail "Spam" or "Junk" folder if you don't get answer more than 6 hours.

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How did the Kkia ransomware get on my computer?

The Kkia ransomware spreads by posting links to download hacked programs or games. Cybercriminals who spread this ransomware are extremely tricky, and aim to correspond with current things. New games releases, new popular movies – Kkia creators make whatever to get their money on that. Some of the most favored techniques these crooks utilize is one-day websites with torrent downloading links. Nonetheless, pursuing the modern news is not the only manner these crooks utilize. Methods that have already become standard, such as email spamming, are also ordinary for STOP/Djvu ransomware spreading.

Malicious email spam

The example of email spamming that may lead to Kkia ransomware injection

Avoiding this ransomware does not require a lot of effort. Following the regular principles of PC hygiene will noticeably minimize all hazards. Remember that opening all files you get on email is not a great idea. Even worse case is to allow macros in Microsoft Office documents. However, it is much better to stop the malware attack at the moment when you have just opened the email message. Inspecting the sender’s address can point out a lot about what you can anticipate, and also when you see things like “support@amazon.com”– it is likely a legitimate email. At the same time, stuff that tries to appear like Amazon or FedEx shipment notice, but uses the e-mail address of “amazonspurrot1363@gmail.com”– must make you get on the alarm. Above, you can see the example of such a message.

Illegal sources of different digital things need some additional description. Breaking copyright law surely throws you to the possibility of being fined. Nevertheless, utilizing torrent trackers or third-party sites to download “free” programs likewise exposes you to different malware. No one can control unidentified people that launch the torrent seeding or publish the hacked program version on the website with pirated software.

Kkia virus removal instructions.

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This guide below shows how to use Trojan Killer Portable3 for Kkia virus detection and removal:

  • STEP 1. Download and install Trojan Killer.

  • STEP 2. Click on "Finish".

  • STEP 3. Wait until necessary updates are downloaded and installed.

  • STEP 4. Select computer scan type.

  • STEP 5. The software will begin scanning your computer.

  • STEP 6. Click on "Cure PC".

Restore the files encrypted by the Kkia ransomware

In most cases, it’s impossible to recover the files encrypted by the Kkia ransomware because the private key needed to unlock the encrypted files is only available through cybercriminals. However, we’ve listed one option you can use to recover your files below.

Warning! Make sure you remove the ransomware from your system first, otherwise, it will repeatedly encrypt your files.

If your files were encrypted with an offline key, there is a chance you can recover them by using Emsisoft Decryptor for the STOP/Djvu decryption tool. Follow the below guide to recover your files using the Emsisoft Decryptor for STOP/Djvu.

  1. You can download Emsisoft Decryptor for STOP Djvu by clicking this link.
  2. When the decryptor has finished downloading, double-click on “decrypt_STOPDjvu.exe” to run this program on your computer.
  3. Click the “Decrypt” button to start the decryption process for Kkia files. The screen will switch to a status view, informing you about your files’ current process and decryption status.
  4. The decryptor will inform you once the decryption process will be finished. If you require the report for your records, you can save it by clicking the “Save log” button.

If the Emsisoft Decryptor can’t decrypt your .kkia files and you do not plan on paying the ransom, it is advised that you make an image of the encrypted drives so that you can decrypt them in the future.

Your computer should now be free of the Kkia ransomware infection. However, suppose your current antivirus allowed this malicious program on your computer. In that case, you might want to consider purchasing the full-featured version of Trojan Killer to protect against these types of threats in the future.

KKIA Ransomware — How To Remove Virus & Decrypt Files?

Name: KKIA Virus

Description: KKIA Virus is a STOP/DJVU family of ransomware-type virus. It encrypts files, video, photos, documents. Encrypted files can be tracked by a specific kkia extension. KKIA ransomware asks victims for a ransom fee about $490 - $980 in Bitcoin.

Offer price: 480

Currency: $

Operating System: Windows

Application Category: Virus

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About the author

William Reddy

I am from Ireland. My parents bought me a computer when I was 11, and several months after I have got a virus on this PC. I decided to enter the INSA Centre Val de Loire university after being graduated from the school. This French educational institution was offering a brand-new cybersecurity course. After getting the master's degree in cybersecurity, I've started working as a virus analyst in a little anti-malware vendor.

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