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Decompress unzip and then launch the included RansomwareFileDecryptor exe file. From here, users will be presented with a step-by-step guide to perform the file decryption.

Using this information, an affected user can select the suspected ransomware name to decrypt files. Users having trouble identifying the type of ransomware should contact Trend Micro Technical Support for further assistance.

Select the encrypted file or folder The tool can either attempt to decrypt a single file or all files in a folder and its sub-folders by using recursive mode. Start decrypting files After the file s or folder s are selected, the tool will start scanning and decrypting files automatically. If the scan target is a folder, the tool will collect some file information from the target folder first to help identify which files need to be decrypted.

During the scan, a scrollbar will indicate the decrypting progress, and the UI will be updated to indicate how many files are encrypted and the number of files have been decrypted. The tool can decrypt certain types of ransomware-encrypted files e. TeslaCrypt files very quickly. However, other file types e. CryptXXX may take significantly longer. The overall duration also depends on how many files are located in the target folder. If Stop is clicked during scanning, the process will be interrupted.

The user will need to select a infected file and a matching non-infected file if there is an available backup copy the larger the file size the better. Finish decrypting files Once the scan and decryption process is finished, the UI will show the results. By clicking See encrypted files, the tool opens the encrypted file location or folder which was selected for scanning.

The decrypted files are resident in opened folder. The decrypted file name s will be the same as the previously encrypted file s , with the exception being the removal of the extension appended by the ransomware. By clicking Done, the tool returns to the main UI. Repeat step 1 and 2 to decrypt more files. When opening the fixed file with Microsoft Office, it may present a message to try and repair the file again, and this process may be able to recover the document.

Please note that due to the different versions of Microsoft Office and particular file behaviors, it is not guaranteed that this method will completely recover the document.

An example of this would be a photo or image file that is partially recovered to show parts of the image, but not the entire image. A user would then determine if the file is critical enough to utilize a 3rd party tool or seek assistance from an 3rd party professional file recovery service.

Original Photo before CryptXXX V3 infection Photo after partial data decryption Unfortunately, Trend Micro Technical Support will be extremely limited in any sort assistance that can be provided regarding 3rd party file recovery. Trend Micro does not specifically endorse nor is affiliated with the JPEGSnoop project in any way and is just referencing it as an example of the type of recovery tool that a user may need.

Decrypting BadBlock BadBlock can encypt essential system files, which may cause issues like not allowing the operating system OS to load properly after a reboot if infected. After the decryption, the original PE file name will be restored. In this situation, the user may try and run the tool and it will attempt to decrypt affected files. If the system has already been rebooted after an infection and cannot boot successfully into the OS. In this situation it is recommended that the user boot from an OS installation image such as a Windows Recovery Disk or other method to try and get to a state where the OS can boot successfully and then try and run the tool to decrypt other files.

If the system OS cannot be recovered by an OS installation image as mentioned above. In this case, users may need to physically remove the affected hard disk drive HDD and mount it on another known working system as a extra drive and attempt to run the tool from the other system. Due to the method of decryption for CERBER, the tool may take several hours average is 4 to complete decryption on a standard Intel i5 dual-core machine.

In addition, the encryption logic for CERBER also is built in such a way that the more cores a CPU has, the lower percentage chance of success for the decryption because of its complexity. Similar to some other types of ransomware encryption, some files may be only partially decrypted and may require a subsequent file repair. The average decryption time varies from approximately ten 10 hours with a 4-core CPU machine to thirty 30 hours with a single-core PC machine. Please note that the tool cannot decrypt files on a FAT32 system due to a bug in the ransomware itself.

WannaCry WCRY Decryption Limitations This tool searches for a private key in the ransomware process memory - which means it is only effective if the original WannaCry ransomware process still exists and is actively running. If the infected machine is rebooted, the ransomware process is somehow stopped after the initial infection, or any other situation occurs that would affect the process memory of the infection machine the decryption will fail. It is very important that users do not try and reboot their system before trying the tool.

It is currently unknown how long the prime numbers related to the private key will be stored in the memory address space before being reused or overwritten.

Therefore it is highly advantageous to run this tool early in the infection chain rather than later. To boot your OS back to normal, do the following: Select the Petya family on your machine from the ransomware note screen then choose a screen font color from the dropdown option. Enter your personal decryption code in the boxes found on the ransomware note screen. The decryption code is case sensitive. Click the Decrypt Key button to show the decrypt key in the text box. On the infected machine, enter the decrypt key from the tool and click Enter to reboot the machine and boot your OS back to normal.

Example of the temp directory: Examples of logs in the log subfolder: Beginning with version 1. Users may select one of the pre-populated answers, or select "Other" and add comments as desired.


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