Ransomware Unlock / Decrypt / Remove Service

Ransomware has been around since 1989 with the introduction of the AIDS Trojan (commonly referred to as PC Cyborg). Since the introduction of Ransomware, various strains have evolved and ransomware has now become a common method for hackers to extort victims into paying a ransom for data (documents, spread sheets, pictures and videos) held hostage by encryption.

Often spread by email in the form of a document, image or hyperlink, the unexpected victim activates the virus by opening an infected file or link. Once executed, the virus encrypts files and prevents the victim from access to these files unless ransom demands are met in the form of monetary compensation in the form of crypto payment in return for a decryption key.

Ransomware

Common Types Of Ransomware

Encryption Ransomware

Lock Screen Ransomware

Master Boot Record (MBR) Ransomware

Web Server Ransomware

Mobile Device Ransomware

Ransomware victims are often given a deadline before data is completely lost with no chance of recovery. Ransomware has infected large corporations, personal computers, commercial and industrial networks and, recently, hospitals and medical institutions where critical medical information was held for ransom. The impact on these infrastructures are usually unexpected and consequences severe.

Users and Companies prepared for ransomware eventualities are able to recover data from backups and historical information, but still presents a delay in production during the disaster recovery process.

Since May 2005, there has been a barrage of ransomware strains released and hybrid viruses are consistently being deployed. With 100+ known strains and variants currently in the wild, and new strains released almost weekly, security vendors face a constant battle to contain the plague of ransomware.

Our decrypt/unlock services offer you the opportunity to regain control of encrypted files without paying a ransom. Hacker are not notorious for their ethical standards and paying the ransom does not guarantee release of your locked files. Ransomware strains like GandCrab, Wannacry and more recent strains have caused havoc and recently 2 US Cities have been targeted to pay $1.1 Million ransom.

 

GandCrab Ransomware

Ransomware on WikiPedia

Ransomware is a type of malware from cryptovirology that threatens to publish the victim's data or perpetually block access to it unless a ransom is paid. While some simple ransomware may lock the system in a way which is not difficult for a knowledgeable person to reverse, more advanced malware uses a technique called cryptoviral extortion, in which it encrypts the victim's files, making them inaccessible, and demands a ransom payment to decrypt them. In a properly implemented cryptoviral extortion attack, recovering the files without the decryption key is an intractable problem – and difficult to trace digital currencies such as Ukash and cryptocurrency are used for the ransoms, making tracing and prosecuting the perpetrators difficult.

Ransomware attacks are typically carried out using a Trojan that is disguised as a legitimate file that the user is tricked into downloading or opening when it arrives as an email attachment. However, one high-profile example, the "WannaCry worm", travelled automatically between computers without user interaction.

Starting from around 2012 the use of ransomware scams has grown internationally. There were 181.5 million ransomware attacks in the first six months of 2018. This marks a 229% increase over this same time frame in 2017. In June 2014, vendor McAfee released data showing that it had collected more than double the number of samples of ransomware that quarter than it had in the same quarter of the previous year.CryptoLocker was particularly successful, procuring an estimated US $3 million before it was taken down by authorities, and CryptoWall was estimated by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to have accrued over US $18m by June 2015.

Ransomware Decrypt Services For :

  • 777 Ransom
  • AES_NI Ransom
  • Agent.iih Ransom
  • Alcatraz Ransom
  • Alpha Ransom
  • Amnesia Ransom
  • Amnesia2 Ransom
  • Annabelle Ransom
  • Aura Ransom
  • Aurora Ransom
  • AutoIt Ransom
  • AutoLocky Ransom
  • BTCWare Ransom
  • BadBlock Ransom
  • BarRax Ransom
  • Bart Ransom
  • BigBobRoss Ransom
  • Bitcryptor Ransom
  • CERBER V1 Ransom
  • Chimera Ransom
  • Coinvault Ransom
  • Cry128 Ransom
  • Cry9 Ransom
  • CrySIS Ransom
  • Cryakl Ransom
  • Crybola Ransom
  • Crypt888 Ransom
  • CryptON Ransom
  • CryptXXX V1 Ransom
  • CryptXXX V2 Ransom
  • CryptXXX V3 Ransom
  • CryptXXX V4 Ransom
  • CryptXXX V5 Ransom
  • CryptoMix Ransom
  • Cryptokluchen Ransom
  • DXXD Ransom
  • Damage Ransom
  • Democry Ransom
  • Derialock Ransom
  • Dharma Ransom
  • GandCrab
  • EncrypTile Ransom
  • Everbe 1.0 Ransom
  • FenixLocker Ransom
  • FilesLocker v1 and v2 Ransom
  • Fury Ransom
  • GandCrab (V1, V4 and V5 up to V5.2) Ransom
  • GetCrypt Ransom
  • Globe Ransom
  • Globe/Purge Ransom
  • Globe2 Ransom
  • Globe3 Ransom
  • GlobeImposter Ransom
  • Gomasom Ransom
  • HKCrypt Ransom
  • HiddenTear Ransom
  • InsaneCrypt Ransom
  • JSWorm 2.0 Ransom
  • Jaff Ransom
  • Jigsaw Ransom
  • LECHIFFRE Ransom
  • LambdaLocker Ransom
  • Lamer Ransom
  • Linux.Encoder.1 Ransom
  • Linux.Encoder.3 Ransom
  • Lortok Ransom
  • MacRansom Ransom
  • Marlboro Ransom
  • Marsjoke aka Polyglot Ransom
  • MegaLocker Ransom
  • Merry X-Mas Ransom
  • MirCop Ransom
  • Mole Ransom
  • Nemucod Ransom
  • NemucodAES Ransom
  • Nmoreira Ransom
  • Noobcrypt Ransom
  • Ozozalocker Ransom
  • PHP ransomware Ransom
  • Pewcrypt Ransom
  • Philadelphia Ransom
  • Planetary Ransom
  • Pletor Ransom
  • Popcorn Ransom
  • Pylocky Ransom
  • Rakhni Ransom
  • Rannoh Ransom
  • Rotor Ransom
  • SNSLocker Ransom
  • Shade Ransom
  • Simplocker Ransom
  • Stampado Ransom
  • Teamxrat/Xpan Ransom
  • TeslaCrypt V1 Ransom
  • TeslaCrypt V2 Ransom
  • TeslaCrypt V3 Ransom
  • TeslaCrypt V4 Ransom
  • Thanatos Ransom
  • Trustezeb Ransom
  • Wildfire Ransom
  • XData Ransom
  • XORBAT Ransom
  • XORIST Ransom
  • ZQ Ransom
  • GetCrypt
  • JSWorm 2.0
  • MegaLocker
  • CryptoPokemon
  • Planetary
  • Aurora
  • HKCrypt
  • PewCrypt
  • BigBobRoss
  • NemucodAES
  • Amnesia2
  • Amnesia
  • Cry128
  • Cry9
  • Damage
  • CryptON
  • MRCR

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Contact us before you pay the ransom demands and we will assist in any way possible to recover your information, data or files lost to Ransomware.

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