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New virus id-3988370182_doctor@freelinuxmail.org

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#1 nlegna


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Posted 26 January 2016 - 03:10 PM

On 01/25/2016 I found the encryption virus id-3988370182_doctor@freelinuxmail.org
I could not find anything about this type extensionson the Internet.
Virus encrypts each file with id-3988370182_doctor@freelinuxmail.org
Attach your everything I could to dig and what Kaspersky suspects.
One of the files was 68DB.tmp in startup menu the user.
In the folder OXHQEeSZYmf found ID.txt file but do not know if this is the KEY and how can I use it to unlock the files.
This folder OXHQEeSZYmf  is located on USER
Please for assistance and help.

Edit: Moved topic from Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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Posted 26 January 2016 - 04:39 PM

It is believed these infections are part of a ransomware kit that different affiliates utilize with their own payment email addresses which explains all the "@" ransomwares which have been reported.

Kaspersky Lab has a utility called RakhniDecryptor that is able to brute force the decryption key for some of these <filename>.<extension>."@" and <filename>.<extension>.id-random number_"@"variants but not all of them. Instructions for using RakhniDecryptor can be found here.

Kaspersky Lab also has a RannohDecryptor utility for decrypting some other types of these <file name>"@".<random characters> and locked-<file name>.random letters."@" variants.

There are going discussions in these related topics where you can ask questions and seek further assistance.Rather than have everyone start individual topics, it would be best (and more manageable for staff) if you posted any questions, comments or requests for assistance in one of the above topic discussions. Doing that will also ensure you receive proper assistance from our crypto malware experts since they may not see this thread. To avoid unnecessary confusion...this topic is closed.

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