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How to Decrypt Ransomware

This page was created to help users decrypt Ransomware.

Below we have compiled in several steps the best possible chance you have to recover your files (except for actually paying the criminals). We firmly advise you to not pay the ransom- if you pay it, you simply fund the criminals to create even more advanced ransomware versions.  

100% Еffective Against All Ransomware Attacks

With the ever increasing numbers of ransomware and their victims, it is paramount that everyone take the necessary precautions against them. The surest way to make sure Ransomware can’t harm you in the future, is by backing up your files. And the best way to do that is with cloud storage. Specifically, there’s a great free tool out there called pCloud Rewind  that can restore any of your files even if they have encrypted with ransomware or even just older versions of them. Check it out here to learn more.

Step1

Removal

Before you begin restoring your files you need to make sure that the Ransomware program itself has been neutralized. Use the guide you came from to remove it, or it may encrypt your files again.

If you can’t remove the ransomware yourself, we advise you to download SpyHunter. 

Step2

Shadow Clone Restoration

The first thing you can try is to restore your files through their shadow copies. We advise you to do this before resorting to decryptors, as it is risk-free, meaning if it fails, your files won’t be deleted by the ransomware. Some especially nasty ransomware variants threaten to delete your files if they detect any sort of tampering. 

There are several different programs that use shadow volume copies to restore your files. We tested some of them and Data Recovery Pro seems to have the highest chance to help. Unfortunately that comes in the form of cost – you need to purchase the full version to receive its benefits. If you want to try::

Download Data Recover Pro from here. Install the program.

Start the program and choose the hard disk you want to scan for recoverable files. Then click “Start Scan” just like in the picture below. 

data-recovery-pro-scan

If you prefer, you can specify a file name in the “Full Scan” section.

After the scan finishes, simply click “Recover” on the bottom right and see if you get your files back.

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Step3

Identification

Below you will find a list of free decryption tools that can possibly help you recover your files. However, you need the right tool for the type of encryption used on your files. To learn that, use ID Ransomware – a free online service that will tell you which ransomware is currently messing with your files. You’ll be asked to upload the ransom note file (usually found on your desktop), as well as a sample encrypted file. Ransomware attacks have now taken center stage and have outranked the biggest viruses out there like Zeus Virus Detected and Weknow.ac mac

ID ransomware

Click on Choose file in each highlighted field and navigate to the files in question

Once it’s done analyzing, ID Ransomware will tell you exactly which ransomware version you are dealing with.

Below you will find a list of all known ransomware file decryptors. Browse through the list and look for a decryptor for your particular type of ransomware. They are listed both by virus name and by extension used on your files.

Step4

Decryption

We do not 100% guarantee any of these will work and they are provided by their creators as is, but most of the time they will get the job done!

  • Naturally, before you try any of them it is recommended that you make backups for all files.
  • Autolocky – file extension: .locky
  • Nemucod – file extension: .crypted
  • DMALocker2 – file extension: unchanged
  • DMALocker – file extension: unchanged
  • Gomasom – file extension: .crypt
  • LeChiffre – file extension: .lechiffre
  • KeyBTC – file extension: .[email protected]_com
  • Radamant – file extension: .rdm or .rrk
  • PClock – file extension: unchanged
  • CryptoDefense – file extension: unchanged
  • Harasom – file extension: .HTML
  • Decrypt Protect – file extension: .HTML
  • Apocalypse – .encrypted
  • ApocalypseVM variant – .ecrypted .locked
  • Xorist – .cerber (for the Cerber ransomware including .cerber and .cerber2 look below)
  • Globe ransomware – .globe
  • MRCR or Merry Christmas/Merry Xmas – .pegs1, .mrcr1, .rare1, .merry, .rmcm1

A company called Emsisoft has created decryptors for all above mentioned ransomware programs. Kudos to those guys.

Click to see how to use all decryptors from Emsisoft

Emsisoft is a company that specialized in ransomware decryption and they are doing a pretty good job at that. You can download all decryptors for the ransomware from the list above from their website here.

Their decryptors are user-friendly and there’s nothing difficult about using them. Most decryptor tools by Emsisoft have similar interface and are used in the same way. Simply run the tool designed for the specific ransomware(no installation required) and in the resulting window choose the folder/disk you’d like to have decrypted. You can add or remove folders with the buttons below. Once you’re ready, simply select the folder in question and click on Decrypt.

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MRCR or Merry Christmas/Merry Xmas – file extensions: .pegs1, .mrcr1, .rare1, .merry, .rmcm1

Click to see how to decrypt files infected by MRCR

Here is the download link for the MRCR decrypter. Look at the above toggle “Click to see how to use all decryptors from Emsisoft” for instructions how to use the decrypter.

Additional information, as stated by Emsisoft:

“To start the decryption process you will need a file pair consisting of an encrypted file and the non-encrypted version of the same file. The files need to be between 64 KB and 100 MB in size. Select both and drag and drop them onto the decrypter executable to start the process.”

Some users have mentioned that there browser was hijacked by my quick converter before having there files encrypted. Make sure that you do not have unwanted programs installed on your computer.

HydraCrypt and UmbreCrypt – file extension: .hydracrypt and .umbrecrypt

Click to see how to decrypt files infected by HydraCrypt and UmbreCrypt
Those two ransomware viruses are the latest additions to CrypBoss ransomware. The decryptor is also developed by Emsisoft. Here’s a download link for this decryptor.

This decryptor tool works a bit differently compared to most other decryptors by Emsisoft and this is the reason we separated the instructions on how to use it from the rest. In order to use it, you will need to find an encrypted file on your computer, where you also have its un-encrypted version. Once you have the pair, you’ll need to select both of them and drag-drop them over the tool’s icon.

In case you’re unable to get such a pair (pretty likely scenario), find an encrypted PNG file (basically a picture, Windows has sample PNG picture files in the Picture category in My Documents) in your system and then download a random PNG picture from the internet. The files in question need not be the same – only the extension matters! Use the two PNG files as your pair. Doing this will enable the decryptor to bust the code for the encryption.

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Note that this guide method may apply to future Emsisoft decryptors as well.

Petya password generator – no extension, whole HDD is locked

Click to see detailed instructions on how to handle Petya
Petya is among the latest of ransomware viruses. It renders your PC unbootable and also makes you unable to enter safe-mode. In other words, this virus encrypts your whole PC. Decrypting files by Petya is therefore a bit more complicated.

First you will need to unplug your infected HDD/SSD and plug it into another machine. Make sure the other computer has an anti-virus installed and running! Petya should be already inert, but we don’t want to take any chances.

Now download and start the Petya Sector Extractor by Wosar. It will scan the infected HDD and extract the relevant data, which you’ll copy and use to fill in the fields of this site (expired link). Once done hit submit and you will get a code. Write it down on paper. Put the HDD back into your PC and start Windows as normal. When Petya prompts for the key use it and you should now have access to your files..

Operation Global III – file extension: .exe

Click to see how to deal with Operation Global III
An important note about this particular ransomware is that each file that it has encrypted are potential carriers of the virus. Therefore, do not, under any circumstances, transfer encrypted files to other computers/devices.

The name of the tool used here is OG3 Patcher. Click here to download. This tool is simple and easy to use. Once you’ve downloaded it, just run it and in the resulting window click on Patch. After the patching has finished a simple double-click on any encrypted files should be enough to bring them back to normal.

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Keep in mind that using this tool to decrypt executable files might occasionally render them unusable, therefore, you may need to reinstall the program associated with them. This happens due to the fact that the ransomware itself is problematic and there is nothing really that can be done about it. Also, it is strongly advised that you reinstall your whole OS  and format all affected drives (or at least do a deep security sweep) once you’ve secured and backed-up any important files. This will ensure that there are no traces of Operation Global III left on your machine.

TeslaCrypt – file extensions .ECC, .EXX, and .EZZ

Click to see how to recover TeslaCrypt files with the .ECC, .EXX or .EZZ extension
Talos decryptor by Cisco –  you can download the decryptor from here. This command line tool helps you bust the code that is used for the encryption of your files by the early TeslaCrypt ransomware virus. It will not work for TeslaCrypt version 2.0 and later (which has other file extensions), for those look at the other decryptor below.

In order to use this tool you’ll need the “key.dat” file that is created by TeslaCrypt. The tool will NOT work without this file, period!

The tool will automatically search for “key.dat” in the original location of the file, if it doesn’t find it there it will look in the directory it has been installed it. If it doesn’t find it there it will exit with an error message. Make sure “key.dat” is found in either of these two directories!

You will need to input the directory you need decrypted. You’ll need to provide either the path of the name of file to be decrypted.

For example if you dump everything in a directory called Decryption that is located in the C drive you need to write the following:

C:/Decryption

Group the files you need decrypted, enter the directory, hit enter and you are done!

The tool supports the following command line options

  • /help – Shows the help messages
  • /key – Specify the master key for the decryption manually  (32 bytes/64 digits)
  • /keyfile – Specify a specific path to the “key.dat” file, other than the default.
  • /file – Input name of specific file to be decrypted.
  • /dir – Selected directory will have all files decrypted.
  • /scanEntirePc – This will scan your entire PC for .ecc files.
  • /KeepOriginal – This will keep the encrypted copies after decryption is done.
  • /deleteTeslaCrypt – This command will kill any active TeslaCrypt dropper files

TeslaCrypt – file extensions .micro, .xxx, .ttt, .mp3 or “unchanged”

Here we handle TeslaCrypt with the .micro, .xxx, .ttt, .mp3 and unchanged extensions
Decryptor name TeslaCrypt Decryptor – This decryption tool was developed by the antivirus company ESET. It can be obtained from their official site here.

  1. Download the Decryptor and save it to your Desktop
  2. Open your start menu and search for Command Prompt (or CMD). Right Click on the executable file and select Run as Administrator
  3. Type the following command inside – cd %userprofile%\Desktop – type the command as written here, you do not need to replace userprofile with your username.
  4. Type ESETTeslaCryptDecryptor.exe and hit Enter.
  5. Type ESETTeslaCryptDecryptor.exe C: and hit Enter to scan your C drive. Do the same with other drive letters if you have D, E, F installed etc.
  6. Files encrypted by TeslaCrypt (extensions .micro, .xxx, .ttt, .mp3 or “unchanged”) will be decrypted automatically eset

BitCryptor and CoinVault – file extension: 7z.encrypted

Click to see instructions for the BitCryptor and CoinVault with 7z.encrypted extension
Last year Kaspersky busted the codes used by those two ransomware programs and have released a decryptor that will aid with restoring access to your files. You can download the free tool from here. Unzip the compressed file and run the decryptor. It’s simple and easy to use.

  1. Once you open it, click on Start Scan. A file-selection window will open.
  2. Here, you’ll need to navigate to a specific file named filelist.cvlst. This is a file left by the ransomware and locating it is required to proceed with the decryption process.
  3. If you’re unable to locate that file, you’ll have to move all your encrypted files into a single folder and use the Folder with encrypted files. This setting can be accessed from the decryptor main window by clicking on Change Parameters.
  4. After the setting is checked, carry on with the scanning, this time choosing the folder with all encrypted files in the file-selection window.
  5. After the decryptor is done unlocking your files, it will make accessible copies of them with decryptedKLR added to their names. If you want the program to outright replace the encrypted files with the decrypted ones, you can choose that setting from Change Parameters.

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Kaspersky has also developed decryptors for the following ransomware viruses:

CrySiS – .crysis and .crysis2 file extensions. Use the Rakhni decryptor for this one.

Rector  – file extension: unknown

Rakhni  – file extension: .locked

.kraken; .nochance; .oshit; [email protected]_com; [email protected]_com; .crypto; [email protected]; [email protected]_com; [email protected]_com; .crypt; [email protected]_com; [email protected]_com; [email protected]_com; [email protected]_com; .encrypted; .cry .AES256; .enc; [email protected]_com_id371;  [email protected]_com_id372 [email protected]_com_id374; [email protected]_com_id375; [email protected]_com_id376; [email protected]_com_id392; [email protected]_com_id357; [email protected]_com_id356; [email protected]_com_id358; [email protected]_com_id359; [email protected]_com_id360; [email protected]_com_id20; [email protected]_characters; .hb15;

[email protected]$.777; .xxx; .ttt; .micro; .mp3

Scatter  – file extensions: .pzdc .crypt .good

Xorist – file extension: unknown

Rannoh  – possible file extensions locked-<original_name>.<four_random_letters> ; <original_name>@<mail server>_<random_set_of_characters> ; <original_name>.crypt

Dharma Ransomware – file extension .dharma. Use the Rakhni decryptor for this one.

The Rector, Rakhni, Scatter, Xoris, Rannoh decryptors can be found here

Rector (decryptor link)

Rakhni (decryptor link)

Scatter (decryptor link)

Xorist (decryptor link)

Rannoh (decryptor link)

Please note that decryptors for all of these ransomware are pretty similar to the one used for CoinVault and BitCryptor above, so if you follow the guide for that one, you should do fine with the rest of these tools.

Trend Micro’s Decrypter will allow you to decrypt files affected by:

TeslaCrypt(v3, v4) – extensions .micro, .xxx, .ttt, .mp3 or “unchanged

AutoLocky – extension: .locky

SNSLockeр – extension: .RSNSlocked

CryptXXX(v1, v2, v3) – extension: .crypt

Click to see how to handle files affected by TeslaCrypt(v3, v4); AutoLocky; SNSLocker; CryptXXX(v1, v2, v3)

This is a tool developed by Trend Micro that will help you with the decryption of your files. There are several ransomware encryptions that this tool can deal with. We’ve listed them above. To download the decryptor click here.

  1. Once you’ve downloaded the tool, open it and accept End User License Agreement.
  2. Now click on Select and from the list choose the ransomware that has encrypted your files.
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  3. After that, click on Select and Decrypt. Choose the file or folder that you’d like to have decrypted and click on OK. Know that different ransomware encryptions take different time to be unlocked, so be patient.
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  4. If your files have been locked by CryptXXX, then you may need to provide a pair of an encrypted and normal file. Therefore, it is a good idea to keep a backup of important files, in case anything like this happens.

Jigsaw – file extensions: .fun; .kkk; .gws; .btc; .PAYSM

 

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for Jigsaw
This particular ransomware program, once inside your PC, will not only lock your files but will also gradually delete them if you don’t pay the demanded ransom.  This is a direct link for downloading the decryptor and its courtesy to the Bleeping Computers forum.

  1. After you download the decryptor, double-click on it and then click on Select Directory. Find the folder/es containing the encrypted files, select it and click on OK. Tip: to make it easier for both you and the decryptor, you may want to first gather all your encrypted files into a single folder.
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  2. Now, all you need to do is click on Decrypt my files. You can check the option Delete Encrypted Files if you so desire.

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CryptXXX – file extensions: .crypz and .crypt1 ONLY

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for CrypXXX

This one is not actually a decrypter, but rather a bug with the decryptor system itself. It appears that victims of the ransomware with the .crypz and .crypt1 ransomware can follow the instructions as outlined by the ransomware itself and decrypt their files without paying for it! Hurry before the hackers realize their mistake and fix this issue!

The ODCODC ransomware

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for ODCODC

Download link is here

Breaking Bad themed ransomware with the following file extensions:

.xtbl, .ytbl, .breaking_bad, .heisenberg.

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for the Breaking Bad themed ransomware

Download link is here.

The decryptor is provided by Kaspersky Labs and is fairly simple to use – download, run it and select the appropriate locations to scan. It will do the rest on its own.

Cerber ransomware with the following file extensions:

.cerber and .cerber2

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for the Cerber ransomware

Link is here.

WARNING! Site appears to be temporarily down at the moment. We are waiting for the owner to restore functionality while looking for an alternative soltion. Please make a backup of the encrypted files and patiently wait for a resolution.

The decryption is a two-step process as described on the site.

  1. Download a ceber-encrypted file to receive your private key in the form of a PK file
  2. Download the decryptor, create a directory and put the Private key file and the decryptor inside, then run it

DMA Locker 3.0

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for the DMA Locker 3.0 ransomware

  1. Follow this link where you can download the decryptr tool.
  2. Extract the files from the archive within your Program Data folder (My Computer\C:\Program Data).
  3. The password for the archive is infected.
  4. Next, right-click on the svchosd.exe file and select Run as Administrator.
    • Note: After running the .exe file, your PC might experience a BSOD crash, which is expected. However, after the restart, the decryptor interface should still be displayed on your screen.
  5. In the decryptor, press the Open button and navigete to the DMA 3.0 folder (DMALOCKS). Once there, select the dma_private.key file and then click on Open.
  6. The decryption should then commence and hopefully any encrypted files on your system should be unlocked by the tool.

Decryptor tools for 7ev3n Ransomware

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for the 7ev3n ransomware

  1. Follow this link and downoad the 1st decryptor from there. Run the tool and in the Original dir field type the original location where the file you want to unlock was stored.
  2. If you download the decryptor from this link, you’d need to enter the unique id that the Ransomware has given you (you can find that within the Ransomware note). Type the id within the field labeled unique id within the decryptor’s interface.
  3. If you use this decryptor, you’d need to provide both the original file location and the unique id.
  4. After you’ve chosen one of the three decryptor tools and provided the needed information, you can either unlock decrypted files one by one with the Decode file option or decrypt a whole directory with the Decode full directory alternative.

MBRFilter (Ransomware blocker tool for Petya, Satana and Petya+Mischa)

Click here for how to obtain the decryptor for the Petya, Satana and Petya+Mischa ransomware

This is a very useful tool that protects your PC from Ransomware viruses such as Petya, Satana and Petya+Mischa. Those viruses, instead of encrypting your files, lock you out of your computer until you pay the ransom. The tool prevents them from modifying your Master Boot Record which in turn makes the virus powerless and harmless. Here is what you need to do in order to get the tool:

  1. Follow this link and download the .zip file that corresponds to the architecture of your system (32-bit/64-bit).
  2. Once the .zip file is downloaded, extract its contents – there should be a single folder.
  3. Open the ectracted folder, right-click on the file named MBRFilter.inf and select Install.
  4. After the installation has finished, you will be prompted to restart your PC. Do that and after the reboot, your system will be protected against MRB-encrypting/modifying Ransomware viruses.

 

Step5

Waiting for a solution

Neither ransomware viruses nor their creators are perfect or infallible and the above list of decryptors is proof of that. Unfortunately, it usually takes time for security researchers to break into the ransomware code and find the solution we so desperately need. Even if there is no decryptor tool available now this doesn’t mean one won’t be created in the future. Feel free to bookmark this page and check here for newly available ransomware solutions. We’ll add them to the list as we spot them on the Net.

 


577 Comments

  • Hi again jay,
    if there isn’t a decryptor right now, there is going to be in the future. Crypmic is a new kind of ransomware and researchers need time to bypass the code of the encryption. If you read the article you can find some solutions involving downloading a software that might help you.

    • My hdd is infected with a ransomware i dont know which one,n it has encrypted all my files with the ext name “.muslat”.plz tell me how to decrypt n recover my data asap.

      • To find the name of the Ransomware, you need to use the Ransomware ID tool from this article. Then you can look through the list of decryptors and see if any of them can help you recover some of the encrypted files.

          • If the suggestions from this page didn’t work, there is little else we can do to help you. Your only option is to wait until a working decryptor gets released for this virus.

          • HELLO My PC has also been infected by .coot ransomeware. I am trying my level best to find a descriptor. In the mean time if you find one please pass it on.
            Thanks in advance

          • My system is also full of .coot ransomware. If you found any solution to get rid of this please let me know

      • sam please let me know as well if u find the solution for .muslet ( STOP DJVU). my whole pc is corrupted and all the imp files are changed so please help me if u can and i will if i will find the solnution

    • Hello. I have been infected with .nols ransonware ( online encryption id not t1 ) it is no problem for most of files have offline backups ! If this original and encrypted files would help to successfully decrypt others problems I am willing to help ( send them where you want)

    • Hi,
      My documents,images files are encrypted by HESE ( ransomware).
      Is there any solution to decrypt my files.
      please help.
      .
      Thanks

  • Hi again jay,
    i don’t know how much time it will take to create a decryptor. I would suggest you not to pay them. That way you may show them that you are willing to pay every time and they might lock your files again.

  • Hi alfred,
    these are the methods we know so far. Zepto is new ransomware and now researchers are finding ways how to decrypt the files. You can bookmark this page and check it now or then.

  • Hi,
    Actually my documents,images files are encrypted by CERBER3 (cerber ransomware).
    Is there any solution to decrypt my files.
    please help.
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    Thanks

    • Hi Shahzade,
      these are the solutions we have at the moment. CERBER3 is a new ransomware and researchers haven’t find a way to decrypt the files yet. You can bookmark this page and check now and then. We will update the page as soon as we find a solution on how to decrypt any upcoming ransomware.

  • Hi pardeep,
    these are the solutions we have at the moment. CERBER3 is new ransomware and researchers are trying to find a way to decrypt the files. We update this page often when we find a solution. So you can check now or then.

  • Hi Sanket,
    these are the solutions we have at the moment. CERBER3 is new ransomware and researchers are trying to find a way to decrypt the files. We update this page often when we find a solution. So you can check now or then.

    • Hello,

      all of my files were corrupted and change to .odin, how can i recovery that file?

      i already re-install my windows, and backup all the data (eventhough in odin file).

      Thank you for your helping

      • Hi fernandes lim,
        the Odin ransomware i still new and researchers are still trying to figure out how to decrypt the files. We have mentioned some ways you can recover your files and you can try them. If someone release a decryptor for these kind of files we will put it in this guide so toy can check now and then.

  • Hi Afaq,
    as soon as your files get encrypted even if you change the extension they stay encrypted. So what ever you do you cant decrypt them by yourself. You can try the decryptors we provided.

  • Hi Afaq,
    we are sure that there is going to be a decryptor, just not right away. Researchers are trying to find a solution on how to decrypt the files. You can check this page now and then if there is a decryptor for cerber3.

  • Hi ahmad,
    The site providing the decryption for .cerber and .cerber2 is having some technical difficulties and we don’t know if they are going to come back soon. If the link is not working, check the software solutions that we have provided.

  • Hello just Yesterday my laptop was infected by Cerber last version I suppose. All the files are encrypted with extension *.bee0 except the files on my desktop .. probably to avoid that I could regognize the danger. I undertsand I need to wait for an appropriate decryptor. Thanks.

    • Hi Luigi,
      yes you can wait and visit this page now and then to check or you can try the other software we have provided.

  • hi LuigiBrother,
    yes researchers are trying to decrypt the encrypted files. Check now and then for solution on this Guide or try the other methods.

  • I have problem with my computer, all of my files encrypted with RSA 2408 and AES-128, my file changed to extension .thor, can someone help me ?

        • Hi Dennis,
          we have included methods on how to decrypt ransomware encrypted files. Thor ransomware is new, so researchers haven’t come to e decrypt tool for this type yet.

          • when will they have a decrypter for THOR files?????? My last 8 months of work was not backed up.
            PLEASE say you can help me!!!

          • Unfortunately, so far there has not been created a decryptor tool for Ransomware viruses of the Locky family (THOR included). This means that at this moment you cannot restore your files via decryption of the malicious code. We are constantly on the lookout for any new decryptors and as soon as a Locky/Thor decryptor gets released, we will put it in our article so that our readers can access it. The only thing that you can try at this moment is try to restore your data via the tool called Recuva (Guide in the article) or through shadow copies. We also recommend that you frequently check the How to Decrypt Ransomware in case a decryptor for THOR does get released.

          • Is there any comments from victims who paid the ransom??? Did they receive the decryption code??? Or not? The instructions for paying them are vague and certainly do not mention how making a payment will result in receiving a decrypt code program – as in HOW will it be received??

          • This is exactly why we advide our readers to seek another way to handle th situation. truth being told, there certainly have been instances when victims have received the code after paying the ransom. However, this isn’t always the case. Oftentimes, the hacker might not send anything. Furthermore, in many cases the specific Ransomware virus is no longer used/maintained by anyone so even if you send the money, no one will be there to receive them (or to send you back the code) and you’d be simply wasting it. There are a lot of different scenarios where you may make the transfer without receiving anything in return. Therefore, it’s a much better course of action to try our guides or if there isn’t a decryptor for the specific virus yet, wait until one is released – we always make sure to update our article with any new decryptor tools that get created.

  • Hi friends a month ago my laptop was attacked by Cerber3 virus and i dont which extension etc … i have visited so many pc specialist etc and at the end no help can any one have any solution for my this problem that how to get back my Files / Music / videos and Pics and Documents … an earlier reply will be highly appreciated Thanks and Regards . Note i am an Ordinary PC user …

  • Hello, Amin, since you have formatted your HDD-1, it should now be clean of any infection and you should be able to freely use your PC with that hard drive. However, as you obviously understand, your HDD-2 still needs to be cleansed after you recover your data from it.

  • Hello, Mohammed, the How to Decrypt Ransomware article is getting frequently updated. As soon as a new decryptor is present, we would add it to the list and our readers will learn about it.

  • Hi, Samy, telling us the file extension is not going to be enough. You must determine the name of the Ransomware virus you are dealing with – only then you can figure out if there is a decryptor tool released for that Ransomware and which one it is. To identify the virus, you must follow the instructions in Step 2 from the article. After you do that, you can tell us in the comments what the name of the Ransomware is for further assistance.

  • It seems that you have not one but two Ransomware viruses on your PC. Unfortunately, the first one, Cerber 4.0, does not have a decryptor yet. The same seems to be the case with the Globe2 Ransomware. Your best course of action now is simply waiting and frequently checking our article on How to Decrypt Ransomware. We keep it up-to-date with the latest and newest decryptors so as soon as decryptor tools for Cerber 4.0 and Globe2 have been developed, we’d make sure to put links to them in the article.

  • Sadly, there is not a decryptor tool for that virus yet. However, nothing is to say that there wouldn’t be a decryptor sometime soon. We advise you to wait for a while and check our article on a daily basis. As soon as a decryptor for Cerber 4.0 has been developed, we’d make sure to post it in our article.

  • Hi, KC Lee. Are you sure you strictly followed our instructions oh how to use the decryptor? First, you need to specify the Ransomware you are trying to get decrypted (Autolocky in this case) and then you need to select a file/directory that you are sure is locked by that virus.

  • Hi, there. Yes, it seems that you’re indeed doing it right and yet no results are being yielded. Another thing that you can try is to use the Emsisoft decryptor. They too have a decryptor tool for the Autolocky virus. There is a link to that within our article along with a short describtion on how to use it.

    • Have tried Emsisoft decryptor and it does not decrypt the file(s) as well.
      Noticed this note form Emsisoft decryptor mentioned that: Victims of AutoLocky will find their files encrypted and renamed to *.locky. Unlike the real Locky ransomware however, AutoLocky will not change the base name of the file. So if a file named picture.jpg is encrypted, AutoLocky will rename it to picture.jpg.locky while the actual Locky ransomware will change it to a random name.

      I think it didn’t work because those files their base name actually changed and they are real Locky ransomware. Didn’t know there are real and fake Locky ransomware.

      • Unfortunately, so far no decryptor for the Locky Ransomware has been released. However, if you are not sure by which of the two viruses your files have been encrypted, you can follow the instructions from Step 2 in the article. Using the online tool mentioned there will help you determine whether it is AutoLocky or Locky. You can send us the resutlts here, in the comments.

  • Hello, Samy. We do our best to update the list with the latest decryptors as soon as we find out about their release. If you are currently unable to find the decryptor you are looking for, then it has probably not been released yet. We advise you to keep checking the article – we update it frequently and the moment a new decryptor gets released, we’d make sure to post it in there.

    • Unfortunately, so far no decryptors of .Thor have been developed. This and other forms of the Locky virus are currently one of the worst instances of Ransomware. Still, we are constantly on the lookout for decryptors and as soon as one gets released, we’d make sure to post it here with an explanation on how to use it. We advise you to keep in checking our article on a regular basis so that you’d find out about any new decryptors when we post them here.

  • Just got attacked by Cerber 5.0.1 & all my files were encrypted with extension .81bb today.
    Is there any decryptor for it yet?

    • Unfortunately, so far no decryptor for that Ransomware has been developed. If one gets released, we will make sure to post it in our article abovr so make sure to frequently check this post.

  • I have been hit with “Center Ransomware 5.0.1” Files changed to .bf34 extensions. Is there a file recovery or decryption program for this?

    • So far there seems to be no decryptor for this particualr virus. As soon as find out about the release of a decryptor tool for this Ransomware, we will post it on our article. Therefore, we advise you to pay this page frquent visits to ensure that you are up-to-date with the latest developed Ransomware decryptors.

  • So far, a decryptor for this Ransomware has not been released. As soon as the decryptor for this virus is created, we will make sure to post it in our article. Therefore, make sure to frequently check this page for updates.

  • Well, that really depends on the specific Ransomware and also how much work is put into developing a decryptor for the said virus. Some instances of Ransowmare such as the infamous Locky are still a major unsolved issue even though Locky has been around for quite some time. On the other hand, less advanced Ransomware programs have a decryptor developed in a matter of several months.

  • At this point, there isn’t a decryptor for this virus. We advise you to frequently check this article for updates. We make sure to post every new decryptor we learn about as soon as we find it.

  • Sadly, no Thor decryptor has been released yet. The only thing you can try is use a tool called Recuva to restore your files. Instructions on how to use the tool are provided in the article above. If this does not yield any results, you will have to wait until a decryptor gets released. Make sure to frequently check this article, because as soon as we find out about the release of a new decryptor tool, we will post it here.

  • We regret to inform you that no decryptor for this program is available yet. You can try using Recuva to restore your files but this does not always work. Instructions on how to use the mentioned program are provided above. The only other thing you can do is pay frequent visits to this page because we always make sure to update it with the latest decryptor tools as soon as we find out about their release.

    • Hi Guide Team, thanks for your response. I have already tried Recuva but recover nothing so far. Will keep check on this page for new decryptor to release. Thanks!

      • A good advice that we always give to our readers is to make back-up copies of their important data. Ransomware viruses are only getting more and more problematic, therefore, from now on make sure to back-up all your valuable files. Everything from a regular flash memory stick to a reliable cloud service would get the job done. As far as Recuva is concerned, did you enable the Deep Scan feature – this is an essential step when using this tool.

  • If you mean .OSIRIS, I am currently helping someone with it. No luck finding a decrypter yet. Trying the Recuva method now. 8hours to go.

    • Hi Phlim, i have tried Recuva and other method as well but failed to restore the files. Feel free to share with me if you have found any ways to decrypt .osiris extension files. Thanks!

  • Unfortunately, it is very difficult to track down hackers who use Ransowmare. This is also one of the main issues that makes this form of malware such a major threat. The other aspect is that IT companies are struggling to keep up with the ever evolving Ransomware viruses, each one coming more difficult to handle than the previous.

  • A decryptor for this Ransomware is yet to be released. As soon as a decryptor tool for it gets developed, we will make sure to post it here to inform our readers. We advise you to pay common visits to this page so that you can find out about the release of the decryptor as soon as we post it. For now, the only other thing you can try is use Recuva (as instructed above) and see if this manages to retrieve your data.

  • Unfortunately, until a decryptor tool gets released for a specific Ransomware, there’s not much that you can do. Recuva (or some similar program) was the only other option but it seems that it failed as well. When you used Recuva, did you enable the “Deep Scan” setting? If you did and the results were not satisfactory, we are sorry to inform you that the only thing you can do now is wait for a decryptor to be released. As soon as one gets developed, we will make sure to post it here. That is why we advise you to check this article frequently for any updates.

  • So far, a decryptor for this virus has not been released. We will make sure to update our article above, adding the decryptor tool for this Ransomware as soon as such a tool is developed. Therefore, we suggest that you frequently check this page for any updates. The only other think that you can try is use Recuva or any other similar program to restore the lost data. Instructions on how to do it are provided above. See if this works for you and tells us in the comments if there were any results in your case.

  • You must first find out what Ransomware your files have been encrypted by. To do that, follow the instructions fro the beginning of the article (Step 3 – Identification). When you’re done with that, come back here and tell us what the Ransomware’s name is.

  • Unfortunately, so far no decryptor seems to be available for this Ransomware. We assure you that as soon as we find out about the release of a decryptor for this virus, we will post it on this page so that our readers can quickly learn about it. The best way to keep yourself updated is to pay frequent visits to this article. Also, you can try using the tool called Recuva as it’s described above. Apart from that, there is not much else you can do for the time being.

  • Unfortunately, there hasn’t been developed a decryptor for this virus. The only thing you can do for now (apart from waiting for a decryptor) is to try using Recuva (as instructed in the guide above) and see if it helps. If this proves to be ineffective, we advise you to pay frequent visits to this page. As soon as we find a decryptor for this virus, we will make sure to post it here.

  • Unfortunately, so far we have no information regarding a decryptor for this Ransomware. We will make sure to post on this page anything we that find which might help users deal with this virus. Our advice for you is to pay frequent visits to this page in order to be informed about the latest updates. Additionally, you can try using the Recuva tool as instructed above and see if it yields any results.

  • I got hit with a .merry ransom ware. merry_iloveyoubruce or something. downloaded the 1 text file i needed off my computer to an online drive. Im not willing to pay because its not that important, but I figured if you find a free solution, please send it my way.

    Thanks.

    • As soon as a decryptor is released for this virus and we find about it, we will make sure to post it in our article on this page. This is why it is a good idea if you pay visits to this post from time to time so as to see if there are any updates.

  • Hello, I’m from Poland and I have https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2cb8adcb32865928117b7f095a1f06062e4f1de2a5539b0be0b23243ebbd41ff.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7033030d4354cafce2565d64fbd005cbe907b939af72dbc6d6dc04c0750c10c1.jpg problem with encrypted files. Virus was deleted but I need to decrypt my files. Extension of the files is .b1ab. I think that was one of the latest version of Cerber. I attached my screens. Does anybody have/had the same problem? Any advice?

    • This particular Ransomware is one of the most problematic ones. So far, we have been unable to find a decryptor for it. As soon as we find one, we will make sure to post it in our article above which is why we advise you to pay frequent visits ot this page so as to stay informed and updated with the latest information. The only other thing that you can potentially try is make use of the program called Recuva. Instructions on how to employ this software are provided above.

    • i have got the same one…..damn it. I thought after first attack I have back up everything and got rid of it…and month later again…..entire computer = 7T of data…quite important data for my business. one day…the will be grilled the people who has done it….

  • Unfortunately, so far there seems to be no decryptor for this Ransomware. As soon as we find out about the release of a decryptor tool for this virus, we will make sure to post it above. For now, you can try using the Recuva software tool, following our instructions from the article and also pay frequent visits to this page in order to be up-to-date with the latest additions to our list of decryptors for Ransomware.

    • Our advise for you is to visit our specialized article on decrypting Ransomware viruses. There is a link to the article at the bottom of the removal guide on this page.

  • We are sorry to inform you that so far no effective method for decrypting files locked by Cerber 3 has been invented. As soon as we learn about the release of a decryptor for this Ransomware, we will post it in our article above which is why we recommend that you frequently visit this page so as to stay updated.

  • Unfortunately, so far we have not been able to find a decryptor for this Ransomware virus in particular. The only advise we can give you at this moment is to pay frequent visits to this page since we make sure to update it on regular basis with any new decryptors that we find.

  • Question: I have MalwareFox as my Anti-Malware and it promises to prevent infection from Ransomware. But what if I were to get infected? Would an Anti-Malware be able to make the decryption?

    • Well, we have no experience with this security software and therefore cannot say anything regarding how effective it might be. However, one thing that you should bear in mind is that no antivirus software is flawless. There are just viruses out there that are way too advanced. Additionally, if a Ransomware gets inside your system and encrypts your files, an antivirus program would normally not be able to do anything. In case your files get locked by the virus, you will need to seek a specialized decryptor tool. Still, having some form of system protection is always a good thing. Just, do not let your guard down since the best protection that your computer and files can get comes directly from you and your behavior online.

  • Sadly, so far there hasn’t been a decryptor for this Ransomware in particular. The only thing that you can try is use Recuva as instructed above and try to restore your files with it. If this does not work, you’d have to wait until a decryptor for this Ransomware gets released. We will make sure to post it here as soon as we find that there is such a decryptor tool which is why we advise you to visit this page every now and then so as to stay updated.

    • Unfortunately, so far we’ve been unable to find a decryptor for this particular virus. If we learn that such a decryptor has been released, we will make sure to post it here which is why we advise you to check this article every now and then so as to stay updated.

  • No decryptor for this virus has been released yet. All you can do for now is visit this page from time to time in order to stay updated with the latest Ransomware decryptors since we make sure to post them here.

  • We cannot guarantee anything. It really depends on a lot of factors whether a decryptor is going to be released and how much time it is going to take. The only thing that we can say for certain is that we will make sure to post it on this page if we learned that such a decryptor tool has indeed been developed.

    • First, you have to determine what Ransomware virus this is. To find out what the virus is, follow the Step 3 from the guide above and once you find the name of the virus, send it to us in the comments.

  • No decryptor for this virus has been developed yet. We make sure to update this article every time a new decryptor tool gets released so if we find out that such a tool has been created for the Ransomware you’re currently dealing with, we’d make sure to post it here.

  • We are sorry to inform you that there isn’t a decrytpor for that virus yet. If we learn about the release of a decryptor for this Ransomware, we will make sure to post it here which is we advise you to visit this page from time to time so as to stay updated.

  • Hopefully, you are right. The thing is that it really takes considerable amounts of time for decryptor developers to bust the code of a given Ransomware. Still, we can assure you that as soon as such a decryptor gets released, we will post it on this page.

  • Sadly, so far the answer to your question is negative. Our advice for you is to pay frequent visits to this page since as soon as we learn about the release of a decryptor for this Ransomware, we will post it here.

  • Sadly, so far there hasn’t been developed a decryptor tool for this particular Ransomware virus. When such a decryptor gets released and is available for the public, we will make sure to post it here which is why our advice for you is to visit this page from time to time so as to stay updated.

  • It might be possible, though we do not know. It depends on a lot of factors, especially when talking about Ransowmare.

    • You will first need to figure out which Ransoware virus has attacked you. Instructions on how to identify the Ransomware are in the article above (under Step 3). Identify the virus and tell us what its name is.

  • This Ransomware seems to be particularly problematic. So far no decryptor for it has been developed. We will make sure to keep you updated. As soon as we learn that a decryptor tool is available, we will post on this page which is why we advise you to check this article every now and then.

  • hi…

    my file name be change 10character,
    and extentention be change 4 hx,
    example:
    GQ3wX1d2Ls.b956

    just i scan with ID Ransomware, is detected “cerber 4.0/5.0”,
    can decrypt it?

    • So far a decryptor for this version of Cerber has not been developed. Once we find out about the release of such a decryptor, we will post it here along with instructions on how to use it.

  • Unfortunately there is no decryptor available for this Ransomware yet. Once such a tool gets released, we will make sure to post it here which is why we advise you to keep visiting this page in order to stay updated.

  • The issue with Ransomware viruses of this type (the ones that use encryption) is the fact that even when the virus is removed, the encryption would remain. However, removing the virus is important before trying to restore or decrypt the files so that they don’t get locked by it again. That being said, we regret to inform you that there is no decryptor for this specific Ransomware yet. You can try file restoration and see if it works but, as we already mentioned, before you do any of that you must ensure that the virus is removed. As far as your other question is concerned, normally, the only thing that would happen if you remove the virus and not pay the ransom is that your files will remain locked.

    • Because the files that were locked aren’t that important could i do a factory reset? I want to do this to ensure the virus is fully removed. Thanks again

      • If you are ready to lost those files, you can do that. However, just to be sure that the virus is removed, we first advise you to follow our Ransomware removal instructions and then do the factory reset.

    • As far as we know, there isn’t a decryptof for this virus yet. We’re constantly searching for newly released Ransomware decryptors and whatever we find, we post it here which is why we recommend you to come back to this page every now and then so that you can learn about the release of a decryptor tool for this virus as soon as we post it in the article.

  • Are you certain that you are using the correct decryptor. Certain Ransomware viruses have a number of different versions and a said decryptor might not work for all versions of the virus.

    • I think yes, I found the right decryptor. Do you know any other way I can find to solve my files?

      • You can try using the data restoration methods from this article (restoring the files via shadow copies/using Recuva).

    • Sadly, we haven’t received information for decryptors for this virus. As soon as we learn anything, we’d make sure to post it here so that you can learn about it.

  • You must first find out what Ransomware virus this is. Instructions on how to identify the specific virus are provided in this post.

  • You can have a try but, sadly, there is no specialized decryptor for this specific cryptovirus. Once one such decryptor tool gets released, we will make sure to post it here so that you can find out about it.

    • You must first use the instructions from the begining of the article in order to determine what is the exact Ransomware virus that has taken your files hostage.

    • Unfortuantely, there doesn’t seem to be a specialized decryptor tool for this Ransomware in particular. If one gets released, we will make sure to post it on this page as soon as we find out about it.

    • This is a fairly new Ransomware virus so there seems to be no decryptor developed for it yet. Once one such decryptor program gets released, we will make sure to post it on this page. Until then, you can try using the Shadow Clone Restoration method and see if this yields any results (Step 2 from the article).

    • As this is a fairly new virus, there aren’t any decryptor tools for unocking files encrypted by it that have come to our knowledge. The only thing that we can advise you is to use the Shadow Clone Restoration method and see if it helps you recover some of your data. Instructions on how to do that are provided in the article above (Step 2).

    • Hello there, first, you need to determine the name of the Ransomware before anything else. Use the instructions from the article above on how to use Ransomware ID to see what the exact name of the virus that you are dealing with is.

  • Hi there, we advise you to first check what Ransowmare your files have been encrypted by. Use the instructions from the article above regarding the Ransomware ID tool. Only once you know the name of the Ransomware we will be able to tell you if there is a decryptor for it.

  • There aren’t any known decryptors for this virus. You can try using the Data Recovery tool that to restore files from shadow copies (instructions on how to do it are provided at the beginning of this article). Aside from that, you can backup your encrypted data and wait until a decryptor gets released. We will make sure to post it here if we find about the release of such tool.

  • We haven’t come across a decryptor for this particular Ransomware. You can try using Data Recovery Pro to restore your files. Otherwise, all you can do is wait until a decryptor is released – we will make sure to post it on this page.

  • We haven’t found a decryptor fir this virus yet. You can try using Data Recovery Pro as instructed in the article above. Otherwise, all you can do is wait until a decryptor tool gets released – we will make sure to have it posted on this page.

  • Currently, there doesn’t seem to be a special decryptor tool for this particular malware. We advise you to try using the data recovery tool from the article above as explained and try to restore your files with it. Otherwise, all you can do is wait for a decryptor to get released. As soon as we find out that such a tool has been created, we’ll make sure to post it on this page.

    • Hello,
      My pc is also attacked by .peet ransomware and it is online encrypted. I have removed the virus and ransomware but the files are still encrypted and I tried shadow explore and a specyfic decryptor from emsisoft but both didn’t work so what should I do?
      1. Wait for the encryptor to update. Or
      2. Recover my data from known PC repairer.
      If you have anything else to suggest Please help…
      Thank you…🙏🙏🙏

      • Sadly, if nothing has worked for you the only option remaining (aside from paying the ransom) is to wait for a working decryptor solution to get released. This is what we would advise you to do. If you don’t need those files ASAP and can wait some time to get them back, this is the best thing you could do. Of course, you are free to do your own research on other potential solutions that may help you.

    • Try using the Rakhni decryptor (link in the article), though we aren’t sure this will work for this version of Crysis.

  • You must first determine what Ransomware virus this is. Use Ransowmare ID as explained in the beginning of this article to find out which Ransomware virus has encrypted your data.

  • We currently have no information about a decryptor for this particular Ransomware cryptovirus. You can try to recover your data using the shadow-clone file restoration method as described in the article above. If we learn about the release of a decryptor for this Ransomware, we will make sure to post it on this page.

  • Hellow – dose any one still work on .rapid virus
    as far as i lookd there is no decision yet — I just got that problem — and now i have alot of same files that were crypted a little bit differ- and also the 0b file that were crypted as well too – and now hase exactly 2*1232 b – that looks like the thing that virus add everywere.
    do you know some one who is working on that decription now and to whiom that type of files can be helpful ? since I hope on creation of decription a lot

    • All the decryptors that we know about are posted on this page. If we learn about any new ones, we make sure to update this article with them.

  • No decrptor for this one yet – you can still try using the shadow-clone restoration method as described above and see if it works for you.

      • If the Shadow-Copy solution and/or the decryptors from the list on this page do not work, there’s nothing else we can do to help you – you will need to wait until a decryptor gets released for this particular virus.

  • Hell there, sadly, we do not have any information about a decryptor for this particular Ransomware virus. Our advice for you is to make a backup of the locked data and wait until a decryptor solution gets released. We will make sure to post it here. Otherwise, you can try the shadow-clone resotration method as instructed above but no guarantees for the recovery of the files can be given with this technique.

  • Best regards, Charles. Hopefully, something will come up soon, though, sadly, with Ransomware-related issues, oftentimes it’s all a matter of patience. If the shadow-clone restoration method fails, at least make sure to backup your locked data so that it stays safe until the right time comes to have it unlocked.

    • It seems that the site where such decryptor was available is currently down. If we find out about a possible alternative, we will make sure to post it here, on this page. You might check the TrendMicro decryptors as well -they might have a way of solving this.

  • First, you need to figure out exactly which Ransomware virus has caused this encryption – follow the steps from the beginning of this article to figure out the name and version of the Ransomware that has locked your data.

  • Unfortunately not as far as we know. The only thing we can advise you at the moment is try using the shadow clone restoration method for any encrypted data and see if that works for you.

  • Unfortunately, the options you tried are the two most effective ones. Aside from waiting for another decryptor to be released there’s little else that could be done. Are you sure you used the correct decryptor from Micro Trend?

  • Ransoware crysis .java, I need to get back to some files, can anyone help me?
    I’ve tried all sorts of software on the internet to decrypt the file, but none identifies the ransoware in it and does not try to decrypt

    • Decryption can typically only be done through a specialized decryption tool. You can try using the decryptor for the Rakhni Ransomware (link in the article) and see if it works for you. Otherwise, you can also try the shadow copy restoration method as described above, in the article.

      • i’ve same problem, and try to use rakhni ransomware but it’s can’t decrypt my file.. do you have another way?

        • Currently we cannot provide you with another solution. You can try the shadow-copy restoration method but it isn’t guaranteed to work. Otherwise, all you could do is back-up the encrypted data and wait until a new decryptor is released – we will post it here if we learn about it.

  • Firstly, you’d need to identify the exact Ransomware that has locked your data. Use the Ransomware ID service as instructed in the beginning of this article and tell use what you’ve found out.

  • Currently, there seems to be no decryptor for this Ransomware virus – you could try the shadow-copy restoration method as described above but it might not always be effective.

    • I bought and scanned with webroot.. It cleaned the ransomware but my files are still encrypt d. There is no shadowcopy so I tried easeus data recovery. No deleted files either. I guess I’ll patiently wait for a decoder to become available. Thanks.

  • It’s really difficult to say. While security specialists are doing their best there really are many different Ransomware viruses out there that need effective decryption solutions and it takes a lot of time to even come up with a decryptor for even one single Ransowmare virus.

  • hello, my system was infected by cerber3 in 2016. Is there any decryption tool out for Cerber3? i need to recover my data. kindly help!

    • Unfortunately, there seems to be no decryptor for this particular malware at the moment. You can alternatively try the shadow-copy restoration method as described in this post. Otherwise, all you can do is wait until a decryptor is released for this virus. We will make sure to post it here so you might want to check this page every now and then for updates.

  • Currently, there seems to be no decryptor for this specific Ransomware and if none of the other methods that we have suggested has worked for you so far, sadly the only thing you could do is backup the ecnrypted files and wait for a decryptor to be released. We try to update this post as often as we can with newly released decrytpors so we advise you to come back here from time to time to see if there are any updates regarding the virus you’re dealing with.

  • hi, i have .bip ransomware and the the Rakhni decryptor is not working, you have another choise for decrypt?
    thanks

    • Sadly, currently there’s no decryptor alternative, you can try the shadow-copy recovery method as described in the article above or wait until a compatible decryptor is released. If we find out that a decryptor for this Ransomware has been released, we will make sure to post it on this page.

  • Hello, I have a problem with virus form Ransomware -> nozelesn. It’s any program to decrypt my files?

    • Sadly, there’s currently no decryptor for this Ransomware version. We advise you to try the shadow-copy file recovery method as explained in the post above and see if it helps you. Aside from that, all you could do is wait for a decryptor to be released. If we find out that one such decryption tool for this virus has been released, we’ll make sure to post it in the current article.

    • Currently, there aren’t any decryptors for this particular Ransomware version. You can still try using the shadow-copy restoration method and see if it works (instructions in the article). Aside from that, there isn’t much else that could be done aside from wait for a decryptor to get released for this cryptovirus. Once we learn about the release of such a decryptor, we will post it here.

  • Hello,
    I have a user just got hit with Mr. Dec ransomware, all of her work that was backed up in a portable drive that was connected to the computer through USB at the time of the attack was encrypted as well. Would someone please help me or point me in the right direction on how to decrypt this type of ransomware in her portable USB drive and get the files back?

    Thank you,

    Mike

    • Did you try any of the methods from this page? If none of the instructions here are enough to help you, the only thing left to do is make a backup of the encrypted files and wait for a decryptor to be released for this particular cryptovirus.

    • We don’t currently know of a decryptor for this virus but as soon as we find one for it, we will post it here. Until then, you can try the shadow-copy restoration method from this article.

    • As far as we know, there isn’t a decryptor for this Ransomware but you can try the Shadow Copy restoration method from the guide. Alternatively, all you can do is wait for a decryptor to get released – we make sure to update this post with newer decryptors whenever we learn about their release.

    • Sadly, there doesn’t seem to be a decryptor for it yet. You can alternatively try the shadow-copy restoration method and maybe recover some of your files through it. Aside from that, all you can do is wait until a decryptor tool is released for this Ransomware – we make sure to add all new decryptors to this article.

        • Hello, there is no way of knowing the answer to your questions, it could be weeks but it could also be years depending on how complex the malware is and whether someone is working on developing a decryptor for it. Still, keeping the encrypted files instead of deleting them is preferable as you can never know – a decryptor may get released at any time.

    • Currently, there is no decryptor available online for this malware, try using the shado-copy restoration method from this page. If it doesn’t work, the only thing left to do is wait for a decryptor to get released. As soon as such a tool gets released, we will make sure to post it on this page.

  • Hello all

    Victim of 5.0.4 here. my files are .LIAUZG extension. To my NAS, the recycled files contained a 0 bytes .lock file sample name “e5b98f9e5b9f13711.lock”. (So after encrypting the files this file created and deleted) I dont know if it helps, of course in every folder is the note contains a —BEGIN GANDCRAB KEY— and a —BEGIN PC DATA— key. Hope soon (or later) someone finds the way to decrypt them.

    Thank you guys

    • Sadly, there are no decryption solutions for this one yet as far as we know so you will have to wait until such a tool gets released. In the meanwhile, you can try the shadow copy restoration method from the instructions on this page.

  • Hi, I’m from Lima Peru, please urgently my photo files and documents have been encrypted by the Rasonware virus and changed the extension to * .PUMAX. Please help me rescue them are files of my medical history against cancer that I am treating.

    • There are currently no decryptor tools for this malware encryption so you will have to wait until one gets released – we will make sure to post it here. In the meanwhile, you can try restore some of your files with the shadow copy restoration method at the start of this article.

  • Hi, I am experiencing .pumas extension ransome virus. All files of my PC are encrypted. Would you like to suggest me solution for this. How can I Decrpypt my files. I am so much worried about this. Waiting for your precious help.

    • Since there’s currently no decryptor for this virus, we advise you to at least try removing the infection so that your PC is safe for future use, you can do that through the instructions from our article about the pumax malware or by using the removal tool recommended in there. Also, the shadow cope restoration method from this page may help you recover at least some of your data so it might be worth giving it a try.

  • How much will it take to develop the program for decrypting such virus, expected time. Will I be able to discover my data ever not partially, completely.

    • We currently don’t know of any decryptors for this version of Ransomware. You can alternatively try the suggested on this page shadow-copy restoration option.

    • Currently, there are no decryptors for this particular Ransomware cryptovirus – we advise you to try the Shadow Copy restoration method.

  • I don’t see anything for files with no_more_ransom extension files, is there any hope or news regarding a decryptor for this? I desperately need my files back. I have tried system restore but i could not find any previous backup so my files are just sitting there encrypted. Please I need any workaround or solution to this ASAP.

    • Did you try the Shadow Cope Restoration from this article? Sadly, there’s currently no decryptor for this malware cryptovirus. We will make sure to keep this article updated in case anything new comes up.

    • Sorry, but we don’t know about any available decryptors for this cryptovirus. We will make sure to post anything new that may come up on this page. In the meanwhile, we advise you to give a try to the shadow-copy restoration method from the instructions on this page.

    • No specific decryptor for this malware yet. Our advise for you is to try the shadow-copy restoration suggestion from this article and/or wait until a decryptor gets released – we make sure to update this article with the latest decryptors for different Ransomware cryptoviruses.

    • No decryptors for this one yet. We will keep looking! In the meanwhile, we advise you to try the shadow-copy restoration method from the start of this page.

    • At the moment, we do not have information about a decryptor for this threat but we will keep looking! In the meanwhile, try out the shadow-copy restoration from the start of this article, hopefully it will allow you to restore some of your data. Just make sure to clean your computer from the malware.

  • Hello, are there any news for the .djvuu ransomware? Shadow Copy didnt work for me, only restored like 32 photos and that was all..

  • Hi,
    my external HD was infected with a ransomeware with .uudjvu extension. Do u know if there is a decryping tool?
    In every folder there is a file with instructions to get the Keys:

    ———————————————- ALL YOUR FILES ARE ENCRYPTED ———————————————–

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files documents, photos, databases and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees do we give to you?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can look online overview decrypt tool:
    https: //vimeo . com/ 306940477
    Don’t try to use third-party decrypt tools because it will destroy your files.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours.

    —————————————————————————————————————————

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    [email protected] com

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] .cc

    Your personal ID:
    018cq2qpAeiEzcHBsscIol6ZUrfwpPw1VVAsapkXmY2

    • Currently, we do not know of a free decryptor for this Ransomware but we will keep looking. In the meanwhile, we advise you to try out the Shadow Copy restoration method suggested on this page.

    • Unfortunately, we know of no decryptor for this particular Ransomware, but we will make sure to keep looking for one! In the meanwhile, our advice for you is to try using the Shaow Copy restoration instructions from the beginning of this guide and see if this helps.

    • Currently, there isn’t decryptor available for this Ransomware. We will keep looking for one – for now we advise you to try the Shadow-Copy restoration to hopefully get some of your files back.

    • Try the Shadow-Copy restoration method mentioned in this post. We currently do not know of a specialized decryptor for this Ransomware but we will keep looking!

    • We have no information about a decryptor for this one yet. We will keep looking but in the meanwhile you can try the Shadow Copy Restoration method that we have posted on this page – hopefully it will help you get some of your data back.

    • Currently, we do not know of such a decryptor but we are looking for one every day. We will update this post as soon as such a tool gets released.

    • We haven’t been able to find a decryptor for this one yet. Try the Shadow-Copy recovery method to hopefully restore at least some of the files.

  • Hello

    I’m trying find a decryptor for .tfude extension
    below is the note that i have received

    Do you have any ideas ? can someone help ?

    thanks

    Pancho

    ———————————————- ALL YOUR FILES ARE ENCRYPTED ———————————————–

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files documents, photos, databases and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees do we give to you?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can download video overview decrypt tool:
    https:/ /www. sendspace. com/file/1sg7f3
    Don’t try to use third-party decrypt tools because it will destroy your files.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours.

    —————————————————————————————————————————

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    pdfhelp @india. com

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] firemail. cc

    Your personal ID:
    024nGtZUPcfi7nGGZ04elkVUyZce9Ef3YRqFlqzaCOt

    • We haven’t been able to find a decryptor for this malware yet but we haven’t stopped looking! In the meanwhile, it may be a good idea to check out the Shadow-Copy data recovery method as an alternative of retrieving some of your data.

  • Now i am another victim of these indian thieves my all data messed up, its extention tfudet pls inform me if any update regarding this matter

    • We don’t know of a decryptor for this cryptovirus so we suggest you use the Shadow Copy Restoration from the current post.

  • Dear Team

    May I know what software can decrypt my file suffering in rumba ?
    Data Recovery Pro seems not able to scan the file in extension rumba (the file suffering)

    • Data Recovery Pro can’t decrypt files, it can restore them from shadow copies. Follow the instructions from the guide above. Currently, there isn’t a specialized decryptor tool for this Ransomware but we will keep looking!

  • I am so desperate. I have some files in .tfude and I don’t know how to recover?

    It went to my Dropbox folder, my external drive and some files on my laptop.
    Any suggestions?
    Regards

    • We can’t currently help you with a specialized decryptor as it seems that there isn’t one developed yet. Try the Shadow Copy recovery shown on this page as it may allow you to bring back some of your files.

  • HI,

    when trying to indetify it I get this:

    sample_bytes: [0x384D – 0x3867] 0x7B33364136393842392D443637432D344530372D424538322D3045433542313442344446357D
    ransomnote_email: [email protected] india. com
    custom_rule: Decryptable ID: 6se9RaIxXF9m70zWmx7nL3bVRp691w4SNY8UCir0

    IN radsom note it says:
    —= GANDCRAB V5.1 =—
    All your files, documents, photos, databases and other important files are encrypted and have the extension: .AVBIRJSSS

    Is there a way I can get files back ?

    Thanks

  • my pc infected ……..gandcrab v5.1 ……….yes this is latest version virus. virus is is cleaned but my all file are infected .Sohhoms Extension …..any decryptor in future to decrypt my files

  • Hi
    Another .adobee victim here.
    Luckily seems I caught it on time before I was fully hacked.
    Any news on a decryptor for this one?
    TIA

    • There is no specialized decryptor for this Ransomware at the moment. If we learn about the release of one, we will share it in this article.

  • is there any solution yet for ransomeware with file extentsion .uudjvu please if there is any please be kind to share with us here as there is love in sharing please and thanks

    • At this point, we can’t offer you a decryptor for this virus. We are looking for one, though, and will make sure to share it with our readers once it gets released.

    • Sadly, we haven’t been able to find a decryptor for this cryptovirus yet. We will keep looking and in the meanwhile you can try th shadow-copy restoration method from this article.

  • I have been attacked by grancrab v5.1

    file extentions are .jojzic & .aqqxuvfai

    The damages has been done. For 3 minutes it encrypted a lot of files, I was able do stop and prevent more damage.
    Hope someone is working for an decryptor, we’ll support with small amount of money.
    I’m student for now I don’t have much, but keep working on decryptor.

    respect

    • No decryptor for this one thus far. Wr will keep on looking and, in the meantime, you can try the shadow-copy restoration method suggested above.

  • Hi,
    All my files change to the file extension .blower Is their any decryptor for this yet? below is the sample file and ransom text.
    Sample File: G Entrepreneurial skills.docx.blower

    It seems that all my files from the desktop was not infected, only files in the other Drive like D: E: was changed into .blower
    So I reformat my computer already, but the .blower file are still their. Is their a way I could decrypt them? as deleting the file extension .blower
    will not solve the problem, after deleting the .blower extension my file says corrupted. Please help.

    Thank you.

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry my friend, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https :/ /we .tl/t-1aaC7npeV9
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    blower @india .com

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] firemail .cc

    Your personal ID:
    030GHsgdfT7878YsY9gsafVIJOkyjLKxTnlD4nxF2JaGvCirq2p9D8gc8WJM6u

    • You could try the Shadow-Copy method suggested on this page. Sadly, there aren’t any decryptors for this cryptovirus at the moment. If we learn about a decryption tool, we will post it on here.

  • Hi,
    Would really appreciate if you could assist in helping to decrypt our files that were infected in Dec 2018 by a variant of the STOP ransomware with a udjvu extension. See below:

    Personal ID: 017Jrxas09Yz5zwwHAt3fj1xwYLKpOPBlqcjkxhnGuW
    MAC address of the infected computer: 6C-62-6D-D6-65-A2.
    Extension of files: .UDJVU

    Would appreciate help as soon as a decryptor for this is available.

    Thanks,

    Donnald

    • Unfortunately, we do not know of a decryptor for this cryptovirus as there doesn’t seem to be one available. We will keep looking and updating this post in case anything comes up.

  • My hard disk file is encrypted with extension name “.hacisqinq”
    Do you have any decryptor to decrypt it?
    Thank you very much!!
    The content of readme.txt is below:
    ALL YOUR DOCUMENTS PHOTOS DATABASES AND OTHER IMPORTANT FILES HAVE BEEN ENCRYPTED!
    ====================================================================================================
    Your files are NOT damaged! Your files are modified only. This modification is reversible.

    The only 1 way to decrypt your files is to receive the private key and decryption program.

    Any attempts to restore your files with the third party software will be fatal for your files!
    ====================================================================================================
    To receive the private key and decryption program follow the instructions below:

    1. Download “Tor Browser” from https ://www. torproject.o rg/ and install it.

    2. In the “Tor Browser” open your personal page here:

    http: //4a80ae4000e0b6e04hacisqinq. othgdq3gvpifn7c3 .onion/ hacisqinq

    Note! This page is available via “Tor Browser” only.
    ====================================================================================================
    Also you can use temporary addresses on your personal page without using “Tor Browser”:

    http: //4a80ae4000e0b6e04hacisqinq.knewman. top/hacisqinq

    http: //4a80ae4000e0b6e04hacisqinq.leavesa.icu /hacisqinq

    http: //4a80ae4000e0b6e04hacisqinq.myhalf .icu /hacisqinq

    http: //4a80ae4000e0b6e04hacisqinq.bysaw. top /hacisqinq

    Note! These are temporary addresses! They will be available for a limited amount of time!

  • All of my Files extensions have been converted to .TRO. They cannot be opened. ransomware is already removed through the suggested removal tool, but how can i recover/decrypt my files back? Please help.

    • Since there isn’t currently a decryptor for this Ransomware, we advise you to try out the shadow-copy recovery method from the start of the current article.

    • There doesn’t seem to be a decryptor for this Ransomware. We will make sure to keep looking for one. In the meantime, you could try the Shadow-Copy recovery method from the article on this page.

    • hi, did you managed to decrypt from Cr1ptT0r ? I have been affected with this, and I am just a university student, whole lot of my project and academic work has been affected, I can’t afford any money either (they are asking $1200).. please help.

    • You need to follow the instructions from the guide to identify the Ransomware that has attacked you before you can look for a decryptor. Alternatively, you can try the Shadow Copy restoration method that’s also in the article from this page.

  • I’ve got this .kropun file extension but it is from the same ************* from blower @ firemail.cc.
    So, I think i’m adding another extension to the list.

    Kropun.

    • all my files are crypted i dont know what to do, its my home pc and i am fedup now i tried with different software but not successful i am having same extension .kropun, please help me if sombody know how to do that, all my family and kids pictures and lot of work files are on it. may email is zainlr at gmail dot com

    • We are sorry to inform you that there is no decryptor for this malware right now. You can try the shadow-copy file restoration method as an alternative – the instructions are available in the article above.

  • I have been waiting for more than a month for you brandon
    please help me to decrypt files struck by .blower extension STOP ransomware 🙁

    its my really important data, i have tried shadow copy method bringing nothing for me

    • Sorry, but we do not know about a decryptor for this Ransomware and if the shadow-copy recovery method did nothing for you, all we acan advise you to do now is backup your encrytped files and wait for a decryptor to get released.

    • Currently, there is no decryptor available for this infection. Aside from waiting for a decryptor to be released, you can try the Shadow-Copy file-recovery from the article on this page.

    • Sadly, there are no decryptors for this one yet. We advise oyu to try the Shadow-Copy restoration as explained in the article above.

    • So far, we haven’t been able to find a decryptor for this cryptovirus. You can try to use the Shadow-Copy recovery method from this article and hopefully restore some of your files that way.

    • Currently, there aren’t any decryptors for this specific malware. You can try recovering your files through Shadow Copies (see the first recovery suggestion from this article), or you can wait for a decryptor to get released.

    • There aren’t specific decryptors for this virus. All you can try a the moment is the shadow-copy recovery method suggested in the article above.

    • Since there aren’t decryptors for this one yet, your only other option is to try using the shadow-copy recovery method as it is described in the current article.

    • We currently know of no decryptor for this virus. We advise you to give a try to the shadow-copy recovery method from the article on this page.

  • how can i recover my data which effected by .ETH ransomeware .. my file has been encrypted ..if u have any idea decrypt .ETH plz suggest me

    • We haven’t been able to find a decryptor for this Ransomware, but we will keep looking! In the meanwhile, you may want to try the shadow-copy restoration method from the article on this page.

    • We are sorry to inform you that we currently do not have information about a decryptor for this Ransomware virus. You can try using the shadow-copy recovery method from this page as an alternative.

  • Hello, is .COLORIT a new ransomware or a variant of an existing one? Would you be able to identify/confirm the ransomware id? See sample note, and a few decrypted and encrypted files: https:/ /www .sendspace .com/file/ml2bkn

    We cleaned the infected machine but the encrypted files is the real problem. I’m willing to pay for help. Thank you!

    • We can’t be certain, but so far it seems it’s a new Ransomware altogether, though it may have similarities with older versions (there is an Ransomware ID tool that you can use suggested in the article from this page). Either way, unfortunately, there isn’t e decryptor for this one yet. We will keep looking but all you can try right now is give a try to the shadow-copy restoration from the article above.

  • Hello, does anyone know a decryptor for Forasom extension please? I’ve got 5 months of work on my computer, and I have to deliverit in 11 Day…

    • Sorry but there isn’t a decryptor for this cryptovirus as far as we know. We will keep looking and in the meanwhile you may be able to restore some of your files through the shadow-copy recovery method as it’s described in the current article.

    • Currently, there isn’t one. We will keep looking, though. In the meanwhile, we advise you to try the Shadow-Copy restoration from above.

    • You will first need to use the Ransom ID online tool as described above to find out what the name of the Ransomware virus you are dealing with is. Then, look trough the decryptors from our list to see if any of them may help you. If none can handle the specific Ransomware that you have, you should try the Shadow-Cope recovery method as an alternative means of data restoration.

  • All the files in my External HDD has been encrypted with .verasto ransomware, but surprisingly none of my files in the PC is affected. Is there a decrypter for .verasto extension?

    • As far as we know, there isn’t one. We will keep looking but we suggest you also try the Shadow-copy recovery method that’s explained in the current article – it may help you retrieve some of the locked data.

    • You must first identify the Ransomware virus behind this extension by using the online Ransomware ID tool linked in the article. Then look at the list of decryptors and see if there is one for the virus or not. If there isn’t, all you can do (aside from waiting) is look through your other devices and online accounts for potential backups or use the Shadow-Copy restoration as explained in the current article.

    • You must first use the online Ransomware ID tool from the current article to determine what the virus that has attacked you is (the name of the virus). Then, you should look through the list of decryptors and see if any of them can help you with the decryption. Alternatively, you can try the Shadow-Cope method as explained in the article.

  • I put everything on identification above it was radman extension the result is [ STOP (Djvu) ] is there anyway to fix this?
    i already used security software to remove the virus but the files are still closed with radman extension , the ransomware only completed by 11 percent it didn’t close all my files though.

    Any program to decrypt the files?

    • There’s no decryptor for this cryptovirus at the moment. We are looking for one but, in the meanwhile, you may want to try the Shadow-Copy recovery from this article as it is explained above.

  • Guys,
    My files are ecrypted with NHCR extension. Please tell me what to do.. I try some decryptors but don’t work.

    • Knowing the extension isn’t the same as knowing the name of the virus. Using the Ransomware ID tool from this article will help you find out what the exact malware that you are dealing with is and then you can try a corresponding decryptor. However, there may be no decryptor for the virus you have on your computer. In this case, the alternative is to try using the Shadow-Copy recovery from the current post – it may help you bring back some of your files. However, it’s important to first remove the malware from your machine.

    • First, you need to use the Ransomware ID tool from this article to figure out the name of the virus you are dealing with. Then, look through the list of decryptors to see if any of them may match the virus’ name and use them.

  • Hi,
    I can’t open all files in my laptop.
    my files are encrypted .radman extention file. I already try some decryptors but don’t work
    Please tell me what to do, cause I really need that files.

    • Unfortunately, if the decryptors here do not work, the only other thing we can offer you as a potential solution is to try the Shadow-copy recovery from the current article. If this doesn’t work as well, you will sadly need to wait until a working decryptor for this virus gets released.

    • You must first use the Ransomware ID tool from above to learn the name of the virus. After that, look through the list of decryptors and see if any of the suggestions could help you.

    • If none of the decryptors from this list work, the only other option that we can offer you is the Shadow-Copy recovery tool from this article.

  • HI Team,

    My system is infected with .rezuc ransom and all of my files got decrypted. is there any decrptor for this virus.
    Please let me know if anyone knows.

    • If none of the decryptors we’ve listed above can help you, you should use the Shadow-Copy data-restoration tool as an alternative means of recovering at least some of your files. If this doesn’t work either, all you can do is wait until a decryptor gets released for this specific virus – we will make sure to keep looking for one!

    • I AM ALSO infected with .rezuc ransom and all of my files got decrypted. is there any decrptor for this virus.
      Please let me know if anyone knows.

    • Sadly, currently there is no decryptor for this one. You can still try restoring some of your files through using the Shadow-copy recovery tool from the article above but other than that, there’s really not much you can do to bring your data back at the moment.

    • There isn’t a decryptor for this Ransomware right now. Try using the Shadow-copy restoration tool we’ve posted above as an alternative way of binging some of the locked-up files back.

  • Hello….

    All my files have been renamed to *.stone, I checked and its some kind of djavu rawnsome.

    Is there any tool to recover it all yet?

    Many thanks guys!!!

    Keep rockin!!!

    • WE haven’t been able to find decryptors for this cryptovirus – you can try the Shadow-copy method as explained above as an alternative.

  • Bad news….

    Tried to run the app on the top here and got a new description on all my files like *.phcpazxt.stone and the message in the runnung window in every file while trying to decrypt: [-] No key for ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.stone )

    Please refer to the appropriate guide for more information.
    Identified by

    ransomnote_email: gorentos @bitmessage. ch
    sample_extension: .stone
    sample_bytes: [0x303F99 – 0x303FB3] 0x7B33364136393842392D443637432D344530372D424538322D3045433542313442344446357D

    Any help???

  • My contaminations:

    [!] No keys were found for the following IDs:
    [*] ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.stone )
    [*] ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.exe )
    [*] ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.xrm-ms )
    [*] ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.cab )
    Please archive these IDs and the following MAC addresses in case of future decryption:
    [*] MACs: C8:0A:A9:C3:B9:0C, 00:26:C7:3A:47:4C
    This info has also been logged to STOPDecrypter-log.txt

    Any help?

    Thanks

    • Decrypted 4 files!
      Skipped 12803 files.

      [!] No keys were found for the following IDs:
      [*] ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.stone )
      [*] ID: nwh2krhTZz8MV6Boco78Jzu30Pz7uRe2lornI54z (.mp3 )
      Please archive these IDs and the following MAC addresses in case of future decryption:
      [*] MACs: C8:0A:A9:C3:B9:0C, 00:26:C7:3A:47:4C

    • Sadly, there is currently no decryptor for this one – we will keep looking and update this post if anything gets found.

  • I need your help 😭😭😭 I wa infected by .”davda” Ransomware please I need your help 😭

    • If none of the decryptors here work, you should try the Shadow-Copy tool from above. Sadly, if this doesn’t work either, the only thing left to do is wait for a specialized recovery tool for this virus.

  • Hi. I my pc was infected with Ransomware and they locked all my files. They changed them to .bit files. Is there a decryptor for this?

    • Currently, there doesn’t seem to be a specialized decryptor for this one. We advise you to try the Shadow-Copy restoration method – it may allow you to bring some of your files back.

  • Dear How to team!
    Please help me Please. All my very important files have converted to .vesad Extension. Please tell me how to decrypt that please. It will be very great favor.

    • Hi, we have provided instructions on what you can try in order to recover your files inside this current guide. Try the suggested options. Sadly, if none of them work, there is little we can o to help you.

  • Hi,
    Actually my documents,images files are encrypted by HEROSET ( ransomware).
    Is there any solution to decrypt my files.
    please help.

    • All options that we can offer you with regards to data-decryption are in this article – if nothing you see here has helped you, then we cannot do much more to assist you.

  • The id ransomware site says I have GlobeImposter 2.0 but my files are encrypted with a .DOCM extension. Is thre an decrypter for this one anywhere?

    • The name of the Ransomware doesn’t necessarily always match the extension added to the encrypted files. As for decrypting your files, there currently isn’t a decryptor for GlobeImpsoter 2.0 that we know of. We will keep looking and in the meantime, what you can try is use the Shadow-Copy restoration tool mentioned in the current article as it may allow you to bring at least some of your data back.

    • We haven’t been able to find a decryptor for this specific Ransomware yet. For now, the only other option we can offer you is the Shadow-Copy restoration tool that you can find in the article above.

    • If none of the decryption options we have offered in this article have helped you in any way, there is little else we can do to assist you.

      • When you say if none of what we have offered can help, there is little else that could be done. On this same page, I have read in about 3 different places one could get all his files back when payment is made. Please confirm if that is true because I need to get my files back. Thank you.

        • In all of our articles, we advise our readers not to pay the ransom demanded by the hackers. If you pay, you may get your files back but there is no guarantee that this will happen and that the hackers will send you the decryption key. If you pay, you are risking your money – it is up to you to decide whether or not you are willing to take that risk. We cannot confirm anything related to the ransom payment – each situation is different and paying may get you your the files back in one case and be an utter waste of money in another. But there are no guarantees and there’s always a risk of not getting anything for the money you send, which is why we advise against paying the ransom.

          • So, the implication is that one has to keep waiting until there is a decryptor for .gerosan files?

          • It is up to you to decide what to do. We cannot tell you with certainty what will happen if you pay and when or if a decryptor is going to be released. If your locked files aren’t super important or if you don’t need them right away, it’s probably better to give it some time and see if a decryptor gets released some time in the future.

  • Hi there, just wanted to know that i m being infected with ransamware creating the files with extension ‘. rezuc is there any decryption available

    • If the suggested decryptors from the list on this page can’t help you, you should try the Shadow Copy restoration method.

  • Hi
    My data as effected ransom-ware Its showing .n2L3ms
    you can suggest any tool for this Please replay.
    Regards

  • My HDD is infected by ransomware named dalle and all the files are encrypted with the extension .dalle. How can I decrypt them?

    • if the Shadow-Copy recovery tool from this article and the list of decryptors didn’t help you, there isn’t much else we can offer you as an alternative solution. You can wait until a working decryptor for this threat gets released but it cannot be said when that would happen.

  • How to decrypt my data that are encrypted by ransomware with extionsion “.pidon”. They left massage as below

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https:/ /we .tl/t -7AKxZTQTdy
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    [email protected] bitmessage. ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] iremail. cc

    Our Telegram account:
    @datarestore

    Your personal ID:
    097Asudh743uifdgdY0xzrmLf2NhmhG8XEkGVxDwWAx8Wa7jaWFuclgZ1

    • If the decryptors in this post or the Shadow-Copy recovery tool didn’t help you in any way, there isn’t anything more that we can offer you at the moment.

    • I used Stop Decrypter and it recovered a lot of data. They have 3 version, the last one has 64 keys to decrypt and it works. By the way I`m still waiting for news keys to solve my problem

  • Hi, my computer hit by ransoeware added all my documents .litar behind.
    Can I change is there ways to decrypt it?
    Thanks

  • I have encountered with .besub ransomware. it has corrupted all files. how I can decrypt my files. plz help

    • Sadly, if none of the decryptors from our list has worked for you and if the Shadow Copy tool didn’t help you, there isn’t much else you can do at the moment.

  • hi guys, sadly 3 days ago i faced with this one ,this randsom encrypted my old photos, some of my documents and i couldn’t find any answer to it.
    ||

    All your files, documents, photos, databases and other important
    files are encrypted.

    You are not able to decrypt it by yourself! The only method
    of recovering files is to purchase an unique private key.
    Only we can give you this key and only we can recover your files.

    If you are ready to buy unique private key send an email including you ID to [email protected] com or [email protected] .io
    Your personal ID: 3E825511-ECE5-16EE-9A25-3B8DA842DDF6

    Attention!
    * Do not rename encrypted files.
    * Do not try to decrypt your data using third party software,
    it may cause permanent data loss.
    * Decryption of your files with the help of third parties may
    cause increased price (they add their fee to our) or you can
    become a victim of a scam.

    • If the decryptors here didn’t help you and the Shadow Copy recovery method wasn’t effective, we cannot offer you much more at the moment that can help you bring your data back to its accessible state.

  • I am try to help my good friends out. If I could get your expertise on this, I would appreciate it. Nothing has been tried yet. Here is what I know so far.

    Example Encrypted File:
    www .hbr1. com. mp3 .id-C0DD5634.[[email protected]].bat.crypt

    Extension of encrypted files: .bat.crypt

    Abusers email address:
    [email protected] .fr

    Abusers Bitcoin address:
    1DvueRH5ybVBEtDCYGGXRgRVs6AVa3bcT1

    https: //www .bitcoinabuse .com/reports/1DvueRH5ybVBEtDCYGGXRgRVs6AVa3bcT1

    Message: ALL FILES ENCRYPTED “RSA1024”

    The perpetrators claim the files have been encrypted twice.

    Any identification and help would be appreciated. Thank you much in advance.

    • If nothing has been tried so far, maybe you should try some of the decryptors here and/or the Shadow Copy recovery tool posted above. However, remember that yous should first remove the cryptovirus before you try to recover your files.

    • If none of the decryptors from the list on this page have worked for you, then you will have to wait until a working decryptor for this virus gets released.

  • Hello! is there anyone to help me. my system is infected by a ransomware virus and my all file is ecrypet into .bopedor do anyone have idea to get my file back. i need help.

    • If the Shadow Copy method from this post didn’t work, and if none of the decryptors from the list managed to help you, there isn’t much else we can suggest at the time.

  • MY FILES ARE AFFECT WITH .BOPADOR EXTENSION PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO DECRYPT IT PLEASE ITS NEW RANSOMWARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Please Help for this Ransome

    ID : 130k4s7fs7348gdfvS3iNXrZw6Ex5PBa9JSE3ARZZnJTYR61PcMAvLKr
    extention: .access

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    http s:/ /we. tl/t-2P5WrE5b9f
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    gorentos @ bitmessage. ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] firemail .cc

    Our Telegram account:
    @ datarestore
    Mark Data Restore

    Your personal ID:
    130k4s7fs7348gdfvS3iNXrZw6Ex5PBa9JSE3ARZZnJTYR61PcMAvLKr

  • Please Help for this Ransome

    ID : 130k4s7fs7348gdfvS3iNXrZw6Ex5PBa9JSE3ARZZnJTYR61PcMAvLKr
    extention: .access

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    http s:/ /we. tl/t-2P5WrE5b9f
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    gorentos @ bitmessage. ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] firemail .cc

    Our Telegram account:
    @ datarestore
    Mark Data Restore

  • hi may of our office PC infected with .harma files. Can you suggest if it is possible to decrypt the same and which decrypt tool

  • Hello sir, my files are encrypted with .cosakos, .mosakos extension. how can i recover my data. plz help need.

  • Hello,

    My system is infected with .hese ransomware and all my files have been encrypted. I am in big trouble. Kindly help me.

  • Hi,
    Please provide a decrypter for .SETO encrypted files. I’ve successfully removed that virus from my PC but unable to recover the affected files..
    Please it’s a humble request.

    • Unfortunately, we can’t do anything more than what we have already written as instructions. If none of the decryptors here work for you, and if the Shadow-Copy recovery tool doesn’t help, all you can do is wait for a new decryptor to get released.

  • May Day, May Day, Infected by ransomware STOP (Djvu)

    Ramsomware: STOP (Djvu)
    Need help to decrypt: .meds
    Code: 162Ad768734uygjdfg6rZnuSeQy0f64eq4ZLMVexCF8816XOmnD8nGdEch

    Anyone out there have a working decrypter please help

    • hi mine is also infected with med virus that encrypted al my important docs kindly if you have any solution guide me as well.thank you

  • I’m not sure but I think I found the key for encrypted files with .DOMN extension by using the notepad++.it was written in the last line of every program with personal ID but can I decrypt the files with that key without using any program? please answer me

  • my laptop attacked by ransomware .seto demanding 980 $ to decrypt data. is there any solution to recover data from infected files.
    only the attack time data infected on 7th september 2019 thereafter protection obtained and infection removed but data yet at large

  • Hi! all…

    Examples

    Notebook.txt.nesa

    Archicad19.pdf.nesa

    The message was:

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https ://we. tl/t-UV4s8jgncB
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    gorentos @ bitmessage .ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    gerentoshel [email protected] firemail .cc

    Your personal ID:
    0166hTlGeRsHttAHNYNIgnjw0QODY2zw5eKSyCTUp0xzqpo4i3A

    Can the decryption work on this?
    Thanks

  • Hi brother
    Brother i want help from ur hand my pc has attacked by .karl my all data convert to .karl extension how can i decrypt it again in orginl format i have big trboul please help

  • Hello,

    My hdd has been infected with FTCode. I have been able to isolate the files that were infected on time before taking it to a step further, however partly the damage has been done.
    Some of my Excel SHEETS HAVE BEEN DAMAGED. They have been encrypted with all sort of mumbojumbo.
    Although I have been doing research I can’t seem to find a decent decryptor to bring back the excel sheets to their natural standard and with readable information.
    I wonder if you can recommend any software available.

    Thanks for your help.
    Luca

    • Hi, Luca, all the software we could recommend has been posted on the current article. Sadly, not all Ransomware versions have a corresponding decryptor tool, so if none of the decryptors here have worked for you, there isn’t much else that could be done. You can try the Shadow-Copy recovery tool from the start of this article, in case you haven’t already done so – it may be able to bring back some data.

    • Hello Luca,
      we get FTCODE virus too, just today.
      We’re trying to recover old file deleted so to get old xls files.
      At the moment we didn’t find any type of decryptor, if you get it please let us know. We’ll make the same.

      Best Regards,
      Alessio

  • Hello,

    all of my files were corrupted and change to .hofos, how can i recovery that file?

    i already re-install my windows, and backup all the data but nothing happen..

    Thank you for your helping

  • Hi all the redme file in my pc is this one but I cant find any descriptor for this pls help
    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https ://we .tl/t-vzAZbtWtGh
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    gorento [email protected] ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] firemail .cc

    Your personal ID:
    0170Hf73y87gsa4Da7VLS0uJfvv5qBGxuarFwYNmKW45r1uEUTIff

  • Hi, all of my files change to RICO files
    and I find a message in all my folders like that
    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https ://we. tl/t-vzAZbtWtGh
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    gorentos @bitmessage. ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] firemail .cc

    Your personal ID:
    0170Hf73y87gsAPnk9sft8i5SqJrBy2GAJY6L3xqrZF4YWe5Q3cAD

    IS there any hope to recover my data back. please reply

    • hey did you figure out how to decrypt .reco file. if so please let me know. All of my files are corrupted and have extension .RECO too.

  • Good day! So need some help from knowing people!
    trying to decrypt our *.KRAB files, which are crypted with GANDCRAB v4. But i got a problem, cause manual of an decryption utylity ask me to show ransome note.
    But all i have – is ID and email, that looks like “passwords.xlsx.id-B0E84125.[[email protected] ]” (while original file was “passwords.xlsx”).
    So i mailed to this address and got such answer:

    decrypt files
    1.3BTC
    after payment we will send you a decryption tool with instructions.
    our bitcoin-purse – 13LhzonyZ47nK28ko2PD12gvjEgH8bLbNE
    all information about bitcoins is here -https://localbitcoins.com/faq
    bitcoins are bought here –
    https ://localbitcoins .com/
    https:/ /www. bitpanda. com/
    https ://paxful. com/
    https ://www .abra .com/
    Attention!
    Do not rename encrypted files.
    Do not try to decrypt your data with third-party software, this can lead to permanent data loss.
    With this letter the deadline begins

    ——————————————————————–

    I appreciate any help and tips, what in fact i got to do, because i found no manual in this case, when there is no ransom note and only mail.
    Thanks in advance!

  • thanks to emsi soft 50%data recovered stored in folders not moved. it will be more helpfull if file by file decryption processed

  • i gott attack derp, nawk ransomeware.
    plz help me

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https:/ /we .tl/t-IbdGyCKhdr
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    [email protected] cc

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    [email protected] gmail. com

    Your personal ID:
    0176Asd374y5iuhldEgDTTQJ857zjaJOLuCQM386MvotAuUf9xhMM6Oyp

  • My file has been encrypted with .toec
    Please help to find solution how to decrypt this ransomware

    ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    https ://we. tl/t-h159DSA7cz
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    [email protected] cc

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    salesrestoresoftware @gmail. com

  • My computer is infected by Lokf ransomware
    I got registerd version of SpyHunter and UnHackMe, did scans but my files remain unusable.
    How to restore my files please. Any idea will be welcome for me.
    Thx

  • I have been battling with a virus .mosk, please how do I get out all my files back?
    I need a trusted, and tested and guaranteed info and tool to solve this issue.
    thank you

  • ATTENTION!

    Don’t worry, you can return all your files!
    All your files like photos, databases, documents and other important are encrypted with strongest encryption and unique key.
    The only method of recovering files is to purchase decrypt tool and unique key for you.
    This software will decrypt all your encrypted files.
    What guarantees you have?
    You can send one of your encrypted file from your PC and we decrypt it for free.
    But we can decrypt only 1 file for free. File must not contain valuable information.
    You can get and look video overview decrypt tool:
    http s://we .tl/t-sTWdbjk1AY
    Price of private key and decrypt software is $980.
    Discount 50% available if you contact us first 72 hours, that’s price for you is $490.
    Please note that you’ll never restore your data without payment.
    Check your e-mail “Spam” or “Junk” folder if you don’t get answer more than 6 hours.

    To get this software you need write on our e-mail:
    [email protected] bitmessage. ch

    Reserve e-mail address to contact us:
    gerentoshelp @firemail cc

    Your personal ID:
    0157HydtUdjsFFsBqJQwc4pfrPTozpaSioVQYVmFjUuYsihLBYOWZxB
    plz

  • Hi,
    Is there anyone experience that your file change to ” . nesa “.
    If so, can you please help me how did you recover or get back your files to normal.
    Thank you.

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