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Your files are protected by RSA4096 Encryption VIRUS

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#1 nicklwr


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Posted 25 July 2016 - 11:56 AM

Hi All
I have just opened my computer to receive the spine chilling message, that my files have been encrypted by RSA4096 security, it goes on to sate that I should by bitcoins to pay o get my files back,
I have tried the fix by bloody dolly but when using telsa viewer it does not recongnise any of my infected files
I would very greatful if anyone had  any information about this message and any fixes available
many thanks

Mod Edit: Moved to Ransomware Tech Support and Help ~~boopme

Edited by boopme, 25 July 2016 - 07:53 PM.

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Posted 26 July 2016 - 06:12 AM

More information is needed to determine what infection you are dealing with since there are many variants of crypto malware ransomware.

Are there any obvious file extensions appended to or with your data files?....such as .ecc, .ezz, .exx, .zzz, .xyz, .aaa, .abc, .ccc, .vvv, .xxx, .ttt, .micro, .mp3, .enc, .enigma, .encrypted, .encrypt, .ded, .lock, Lock.*, .locked, .locky, .zepto, .css, .zyklon, .bloccato, .kimcilware, .crptrgr, .crypto, _crypt, .crypt, .cryp1, .crypz, random 5 hexadecimal character (i.e .AC0D4, .DA3D1, .73E61), .crypted, .crypt38, .crinf, .pzdc, .good, .R16M01D05, .cerber, .fun, .kkk, .btc, .gws, .porno, .payransom, .payms, .paymst, .AFD, .paybtcs, .epic, .eclr, .sshxkej, .73i87A, .0JELvV, UslJ6m, .n1wLp0, .5vypSa, .YNhlv1, .p5tkjw, PoAr2w, .6FKR8d, .rtyrtyrty, .777, .surprise, .tzu, .coverton, .kratos, .krypted, .r5a, .XTBL, .YTBL, .LOL!, .OMG!, .RDM, .RRK, .RAD, .encedRSA, .encryptedRSA, .encryptedAES, .justbtcwillhelpyou, .canihelpyou, .btc-help-you, .only-we_can-help_you, .crjoker, .cRh8, .code, .scl, .EnCiPhErEd, .fileiscryptedhard, .KEYZ, .KEYH0LES, .silent, .zcrypt, .akaibvn, .8lock8, .bin, .Z81928819, .umbrecrypt_ID_[id-number], .F**YourData, .keybtc@inbox_com, ._cryptcryptcrypt.@.gmail.com_, .id_<id-number>_email_zeta@dr.com.scl, .<id-number>.<email>.CrySiS, .LeChiffre, .bitstak, .RAR, .SecureCrypted, .odcodc, .0x0, .1999, .H3LL, .bleep, .fu*k (f**k), .bart.zip, .CRRRT, .CCCRRRPPP, .wflx, <email>__<filename>, .isis, .vault, .HA3, .frtrss, .toxcrypt, .magic, _sq.<filename>, .k2p, .~, .Sanction, .crashed, .SUPERCRYPT, .SPORT, .cwgoqia, .trun, .xrtn, .Remind, .CTBL, .CTB2, or 7 length extension consisting of random characters such as .uogltic, .rpyxhhm, .mtrsxox, .phszfud?

Did you find any ransom notes? These infections are created to alert victims that their data has been encrypted and demand a ransom payment. They typically are found in every directory where data was encrypted. Check your documents folder for an image the malware typically uses for the background note. Check the C:\ProgramData (or C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data) for a randomly named .html, .txt, .png, .bmp, .url file.

You can submit samples of encrypted files and ransom notes to ID Ransomware for assistance with identification and confirmation. This is a service that helps identify what ransomware may have encrypted your files and then attempts to direct you to an appropriate support topic where you can seek further assistance. If ID Ransomware cannot identify the infection, you can post the case SHA1 it gives you in your next reply for Demonslay335 to manually inspect the files.

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Samples of any encrypted files, ransom notes or suspicious executables (installer, malicious files, attachments) that you suspect were involved in causing the infection can be submitted here (http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/submit-malware.php?channel=168) with a link to this topic.
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