Windows 10: Hit by ransomware? No More Ransom adds 32 more free decryption tools

Discus and support Hit by ransomware? No More Ransom adds 32 more free decryption tools in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; A scheme which enables victims of ransomware to decrypt their files and data for free is now offering even more decryption tools thanks to new partners... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Dec 14, 2016.

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    Hit by ransomware? No More Ransom adds 32 more free decryption tools


    Read more: Hit by ransomware? No More Ransom portal adds 32 more free decryption tools to help you | ZDNet

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  2. Monkey57 Win User

    How crypto ransomware spreads... is it decryptable...should I pay the ransom

    "The global fight against ransomware continues to gather pace with over 30 new partners from both the public and private sector joining the No More Ransom project. Bitdefender, Emsisoft, Check Point and Trend Micro join the project as new associate partners."

    WWPI – Covering the best in IT since 1980 » Blog Archive » Kaspersky-backed No More Ransom adds partners, decryption tools; available in more languages

    The No More Ransom Project

    "The general advice is not to pay the ransom. By sending your money to cybercriminals you’ll only confirm that ransomware works, and there’s no guarantee you’ll get the decryption key you need in return."
     
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  4. linw Win User

    Hit by ransomware? No More Ransom adds 32 more free decryption tools

    Good to see the IT/police community ganging up on the sods.

    I have wondered, though, how anyone can produce keys when the encryption used is supposed to be virtually uncrackable?
     
  5. VBJP Win User
    Probably bugs in ransom-ware itself like encryption key hard-coded in or can be found in config file somewhere. Or some bug with encryption engine. Lucky if ransom-ware developers are lazy and make mistakes but they may get fixed in next release so still there is good chance that it would not work.
     
    VBJP, Apr 4, 2018
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