New ransomware CryptoPokemon encrypts user files and asks for bitcoin, Emsisoft researchers have developed decryptors

According to SC Magazine, a new ransomware called "CryptoPokemon" has recently appeared, which encrypts user files and requires about $104 of bitcoin to decrypt files. CryptoPokemon encrypts files using SHA256 + AES128 with a comment containing the email address and website. Emsisoft researchers urged victims not to pay ransoms, they found vulnerabilities in malware source code and created a free decryptor. All victims must first remove the malware from the system, otherwise it will repeatedly lock the system or encrypt the file, download the free decryptor tool, run the executable file, confirm the license agreement when asked, and click to start decrypting the file.