Have your data been encrypted by ransomware virus?
If you have been the victim of a data hijacking (ransomware attack) and need to recover encrypted files, talk with Bot. We know how to evaluate each situation to obtain the best results in a ransomware recovery.
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How does ransomware recovery work?
Initially, we will evaluate the situation to determine the most secure and cost-effective option for recovering encrypted files. At this stage, all possibilities for data recovery will be evaluated through a specific study on the ransomware family, its operation and its security holes. After this study, we’ll be able to know if file decryption is possible to reverse and decrypt encrypted files. If this is not possible, we have experts who can still do a thorough analysis of the file structure and check the traces left during the infection and thus rebuild as many files as possible.
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What is Ransomware?
A Ransomware is a malware that blocks user access to the computer or encrypts certain files and asks for a ransom, almost always charged in bitcoins. It is common to hear that ransomware are “computer hijackers”.
There are ransom-like malware that encrypts folders and personal files (documents, spreadsheets, photos and videos), others that block the computer screen, there are still those that encrypt the entire disk or a considerable number of files, and in addition, there are variants for mobile devices, especially Android, through fake applications.
How was I infected?
Typically, an infection starts through an email with an executable attachment (.exe), a compressed file (.zip), an Office document with macros, and other files that process actions on your computer. The attachment is opened by the computer owner and the malware runs. But ransomware can also be distributed through websites, which when the visitor accesses is infected without realizing it.
On unprotected computers (without antivirus), malware operates silently until encryption is complete. Then it’s as noisy as possible: it crashes the actions on the PC and shows a message informing you that the data has been blocked and prompts you for the ransom payment.
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