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Teslacrypt 2.0 - Decryption finished. (0 files decrypted... Did I miss anything?


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#1 beenee7

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Posted 13 December 2016 - 07:54 AM

Dear community,

 

I'm trying to decrypt a harddrive full of encrypted files for a friend.

The very good description at https://up2sha.re/file?l=C5ag0MrQNqAb.pdf (equals the TeslaDecoder instrucions at TeslaDecoder/Instructions.html (I believe)) helped me gaining a private key for decryption... I thought...but...

 

I get the TeslaDecoder output:

*** The custom key was set successfully ***

*** You can try to decrypt your files now. ***

*** It is highly recommended to copy few encrypted files into a new folder and try to decrypt this folder by clicking on button Decrypt Folder. ***

Decrypting files in folder: I:\temp\110___06
Please wait...
Decryption finished. (0 files decrypted, 23 files skipped, 0 warnings)
See log file for more information: F:\TD\TeslaDecoder\log.txt

...at this very test directory.

There must be a way to obtain the correct private key, but how...? The present one was factored with the help of

YAFU

and the whole package of  TeslaDecoder 1.0.1b

 

Any help is very much appreciated!!!

Pretty please... :guitar:

 

 

 



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#2 al1963

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Posted 13 December 2016 - 07:59 AM

@beenee7

all the problems are solved by Teslacrypt 1-2.0 in this topic

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/601379/teslacrypt-vvv-ccc-exx-ezz-ecc-etc-decryption-support-requests/



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