We are all living in a world full of threats and corruption. As we all know, no one and nothing is safe from malicious computer jockeys. They can get in anywhere and tickle with your system and leaving you with nothing but regret. Your data is now all encrypted. And you can’t even access your system now. See, within minutes your data isn’t there, can’t even access it even if it’s there, it’s that easy for those cracks.
Well, as the word ransomware itself contains word ‘Ransom’ surely, they demand ransom in return for your data. And, at last all you do is pay them money in return for your data.
But, But, But! NOT ANYMORE!
This time we well help you to retrieve and decrypt your data. How?
Today, in this article, we will be talking about top 3 organizations, which develop ransomware decrypt tools for various ransomware. We will be talking about top 5 most hazardous threats by each organization and the ransomware removal tool for that particular threat.
1. Free Ransomware Decryption Tools – Kaspersky Lab
Kaspersky Lab, a global cybersecurity software developing company, is constantly trying to transform deep security intelligence into cybersecurity solutions to protect us from major threats and ransomware.
Now, let’s talk about the top 5 most hazardous ransomware and solutions developed by Kaspersky Lab.
1. Rakhni Ransomware
Decrypts files affected by Rakhni, Agent.iih, Aura, Autoit, Pletor, Rotor, Lamer, Cryptokluchen, Lortok, Democry, Bitman (TeslaCrypt) version 3 and 4, Chimera, Crysis (versions 2 and 3), Jaff, Dharma and new versions of Cryakl ransomware.
2. Rannoh Ransomware
Decrypts files affected by Rannoh, AutoIt, Fury, Cryakl, Crybola, CryptXXX (versions 1, 2 and 3), Polyglot aka Marsjoke.
3. Shade Ransomware
Decrypts files affected by Shade version 1 and 2.
4. CoinVault Ransomware
Decrypts files affected by CoinVault and Bitcryptor. Developed and created in collaboration with The National High-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) of the Netherlands’ police and Netherlands’ National Prosecutors.
5. Wildfire Ransomware
Decrypts files affected by Wildfire.
You can download all the Ransomware Decryption Tools Window 10 by Kaspersky Lab from here.
2. Free Ransomware Decryption Tools – Avast
With next-gen technologies and innovative security approach from some of the most experienced security engineers and developers to defend cyber threats in real time, Avast is one of the biggest cybersecurity solution provider connected with millions of users globally.
Now, let’s talk about the top 5 dangerous ransomware for which Avast provides decryption tools.
1. AES_NI Ransomware
Decrypts files with extensions such as ‘.aes_ni’, ‘.aes256’, ‘.aes_ni_0day’.
2. Alcatraz Locker Ransomware
Decrypts files with extension such as ‘.Alcatraz’ located in a file ‘ransomed.html’.
3. Apocalypse Ransomware
Decrypts files with extensions such as ‘.encrypted’, ‘.locked’, ‘.Encryptedfile’, or ‘.SecureCrypted’.
4. Bart Ransomware
Decrypts files with extension such as ‘.bart.zip’. that contains the original files.
5. BTCWare Ransomware
Decrypts files with extensions such as ‘foobar.docx.[email@example.com].theva’, ‘foobar.docx.[firstname.lastname@example.org].cryptobyte’, ‘foobar.bmp.[email@example.com].cryptowin’, ‘foobar.bmp.[firstname.lastname@example.org].btcware’, ‘foobar.docx.onyon’.
You can download all the Ransomware Removal Tools Windows 10 by Avast from here.
3. Free Ransomware Removal Tools – AVG (Anti-Virus Guard)
Now, let’s talk about the top 5 dangerous ransomware for which AVG provides decryption tools.
1. BadBlock Ransomware
Decryption Tool for BadBlock ransomware will decrypt ‘drcypt.html’ from your system.
2. Crypt888 Ransomware
Decrypts files with starting filename such as ‘Lock.’ (For example, Lock.Thesis.doc)
3. Legion Ransomware
Decrypts files with extensions such as ‘.email@example.com$.legion’ or ‘.$firstname.lastname@example.org$.cbf’.
4. SZFLocker Ransomware
Decrypts files with extension ‘.szf’.
5. TeslaCrypt Ransomware
Decrypts a file with ‘.micro’ extension.
You can download all the Ransomware Removal Tools Windows 10 by AVG from here.
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