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A while back my computer was encrypted by the cryptolocker virus. I ended up taking an image of the encrypted drive and then formatting it and installing a new operating system. Since I have the encrypted drive and unencrypted copies of some of the files that were encrypted, is it possible for me to decrypt the drive by deducing the encryption keys?
I have searched online, and found that for a period of time there was a site to which you can upload a file and it could attempt to decrypt it and give you the key, but it has since been taken down. Is there any way to get a list of the recovered keys so that I could do this process myself?
Edit: It has been pointed out to me that this is basically a duplicate of another question about Cryptowall ransomware. I apologize for this duplication and would like to thank everyone who answered anyway.