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Locker Ransomware Support and Help Topic

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#631 Demonslay335


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Posted 01 May 2016 - 12:53 PM

Hi Nathan, i need your attention and help:
This is my data:
 1. http://www.filedropper.com/e9d4f8b1b2bc2e1b27c102d72e074391 xls file
 2. second xls: http://www.filedropper.com/e9d4f8b1b2bc2e1bf5327b0535b61bb1
 3. instructions abaout payment:  http://www.filedropper.com/helpinstructions
 4. picture of site: http://www.filedropper.com/barabatrazi2bitkoina
 5. bitcoin adress: 1N5SmX2Hg4E5RKpAHPHDJ7qYPU53MFiLQm
    I cannot decrypt keys, i got message: could not find key, maybee its different infection? Please geave me help with this nasty cryptor. I work under windows 8.1 x64. When i start brute proccedure, program just break, stop to work. Thanks d'avance.

Your files were encrypted by Locky, a completely different ransomware that unfortunately has no solution. You can use the service in my signature to confirm and be guided to the correct information.

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Posted 03 May 2016 - 08:07 AM

Thank you.

#633 msilveirabr


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Posted 04 August 2016 - 11:07 PM

Is there any other link to the Unlocker?

https://easysyncbackup.com/Downloads/LockerUnlocker.exe is not working

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Posted 05 August 2016 - 08:38 AM

Locker Unlocker was a tool created by created by Nathan Scott (DecrypterFixer) for victims of Locker Ransomware (not Locky) and hosted on his EasySync website which has since been closed. Nathan stopped support of his tool and it is no longer available for download. Nathan moved on to other projects with included CryptoMonitor and Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware Beta and is now the Technical Project Manager at Malwarebytes. You can try contacting Nathan at Decryptorbit@outlook.com, linkedin.com/in/NathanMScott or Malwarebytes and ask if he can provide you with a download link.
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Posted 07 October 2016 - 08:53 AM

Hi everyone,

A reporter for Money Magazine is writing a story on ransomware. She would love to speak to victims located in the USA who were affected by ransomware and paid the ransom or were able to recover their data for free.

If you are interested, her information can be found below:

My name is Andrea Rock and I am an investigative reporter working on a Money magazine story that will describe the risks currently posed by ransomware, as well as offering advice on how to reduce your odds of being of being hit by it and what to do if you are. As part of my reporting for the story, I am hoping to talk to some people who have been through this unpleasant experience, including those who were able to get their data decrypted without having to pay ransom and those for whom there was no choice but to pay the crooks to recover access to their files.

Including this kind of real-world info in the article helps drive home the message that ransomware is a rapidly growing threat not just for hospitals, government and big corporations, but for a lot of individuals on their home computers as well as small business owners, doctors, dentists, accountants, etc. Hopefully the story will draw further attention to this problem and perhaps help others avoid becoming victims of these cybercrooks.

If you are willing to talk with me about your experience, please contact me at ajrwriter16@gmail.com

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