Questions tagged [ransomware]

Ransomware is a lethal kind of Malware that Encrypts your harddrive(s) and holds them hostage, providing the decryption key if you pay the hostage-taker(s) money (well-known variants are the FBI Virus and the Police Virus).

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How to deal with Sage Ransomware 2.2 infection?

My PC got stuck like this: It's a Sage 2.2 Ransomware. How do I fix this? Does restoring the system help me?
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Ransomware - All computers infected but one

Let's say there is a particular network which has a "monthly" successful cryptolocker attack. Every time, every computer in that network is infected. The set up is like this: 1x Windows 2003 server (...
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Ransomware with .adobe extension

It is possible to decrypt file with .adobe extension ? File after encryption look like this : filename.id-5735353.[email@example.com].adobe . I did a little research and found information about "....
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How to implement a Crysis ransomware master key?

I see there have been master keys released to decrypt computers affected by the Crysis ransomware. If a computer is infected with Crysis, how would one actually test/run the key on the computer? ...
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How to prevent the ransomware to run with administrator privileges?

We have been attacked by the ransomware recently (adobe li). The strange thing is that ransomware was able to gain unimaginable high privileges. The virus of the ransomware has been located on the ...
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Ransomware aversion and identification techniques

I don't think there's a need to go into the background here, but identification of the process may be better explored. From a developer pov, at a high level, the files are modified, by virtue of the ...
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Ransomware on Mycloud NAS

I own a Mycloud NAS and it was affected by ransomware. In the NAS there are several folders, most of them are password protected. There is also the "Public" folder which can be seen by all users and ...
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DNS hijacking to infect computers with ransomware?

While speaking to a friend regarding protecting personal computers from ransomware, I mentioned that I use a limited user account with application white-listing via SRP (I am running Windows). He ...
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How are ransomware keys found?

I'm familiar how ransomware works and how they encrypt the files. If the encryption is done by a public key only (which the private is saved at the attacker's server), you cannot decrypt those files ...