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Files encrypted by ransomware

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#1 Sallet


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 04:34 PM

Hello, I'm in desperate difficulty. I had a Ukash ransomware infection back on the 25th January. I hadn't seen the txt file deposited on my desktop and I was able to clear the infection with Superantispyware and Spyware Doctor. There seemed to have been some unimportant files that were inaccessible but otherwise all seemed well. However I have just tried to access some important spreadsheets which are in my Dropbox folder only to find them all encrypted. One of the spreadsheets has taken years to build and I had assumed that because these files are in Dropbox, that I had them safely backed up. Of course the corrupted version has overwritten the Dropbox version! I have backups from late 2011 but nothing newer. Is there any way of decrypting these files? I have tried te94decrypt and Kaspersky xoristdecryptor on copies of the file but with no success. The files and extensions have not been renamed.

Can you help please?


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