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Razy Ransomware Help & Support Topic - .razy extension


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#1 Grinler

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Posted 31 July 2016 - 02:37 PM

The Razy Ransomware was discovered by Jakub Kroustek and encrypts your data with AES encryption. Once a file is encrypted it will append the .razy extension to the encrypted filename. This ransomware will target all files, regardless of extension, on the victim's Desktop, Documents, Videos, Pictures, and Music folders.

Unfortunately, this ransomware does not save the decryption key anywhere, so there is no way for a victim to decrypt the files once they are encrypted. This twitter account states that they created this ransomware for educational purposes and have no idea how it has been distributed.
 

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#2 Demonslay335

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Posted 31 July 2016 - 02:56 PM

Also to note, the "PAY HERE" buttons are dead links, so there is no-one even asking for a ransom. The ransomware generates a cryptographically strong 16 byte key per victim; there is no way to feasibly guess this key (2128 possible keys per victim - thanks Fabian for correcting my math as usual :P).

 

An interesting "feature" the original author added is a VBS script with speech that is directly ripped from Cerber.

 

We can only hope there are few, or even better, no real victims of this one.

 

If only people would learn to stop playing with ransomware. Sure, write "educational malware" - worst case scenario, someone gets hit and you have to do cleanup; ransomware gets loose, and people lose their data.  :nono:


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Posted 01 August 2016 - 11:50 AM

No written evidence "educational purposes" in this crypto-rasy I have not noticed. Really - a game in of extortionists and narcissism. 


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