Ransomware attacks have become a major problem for server administrators and computer users. In the last five years, the FBI received between 1,500 to 2,700 ransomware complaints. Each ransomware attack can easily cause thousands of dollars in damages.
We have been recovering ransomware victims’ data for years. But, recently, we have seen an increase in cases. Ransomware is a growing threat. Datarecovery.com offers ransomware recovery services and decryption.
You will need to have quick access to your files. However, immediately paying the ransomware creator for their services is not an option. Call1-800-237-4200Talk to a malware expert today or continue reading to learn more about your options.
Types of Ransomware & Data Recovery Options
Ransomware, also known as cryptovirus, is a malicious program that encrypts the victim’s media and blocks access to their data. The program then displays a message asking for money, usually via Bitcoin. The data will be permanently encrypted unless the victim pays.
These and other ransomware examples include:
- Merry X-Mas
Some ransomware programs employ outdated encryption. Some of these encryption techniques have been cracked, and some keys as well as source code have been recovered (often after creators are arrested), enabling decryption. Ransomware encryption can be broken in some cases.
Datarecovery.com can help you recover the ransomware-infected files from your computer. We are one of the top data recovery companies in the world and can help malware victims in many ways.
- Determine RecoverabilityData can often be recovered using an alternate method. Our engineers will evaluate your situation and determine the best way to restore your files.
- Data encryption can check if a decryption code exists for the ransomware infection and if it can be generated. If it is possible, we can safely decrypt your system and return them to its functional state.
We cannot guarantee that there is a decryption technique for your case because every case is unique.
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What is Ransomware?
When you open infected files, ransomware is automatically installed on your computer. The most vulnerable files are executables (.exe extensions on Windows computers) or files that have some type of execution method. A macro may be used to allow the cryptovirus process to begin, such as in a Word document (.docx or.docx).
Below is a listing of ransom note files.
This partial list may not contain all the files. Do not open any ransomware-infected files if you suspect they are. Send us an email or call us to discuss the next steps towards safe recovery.