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(hx) 06:59 PM EDT - May,30 2017
  • AVG ransomware decryption tools - AVG provides decryption tools for a variety of ransomware (Apocalypse, BadBlock, Bart, Crypt888, Legion, SZFLocker, TeslaCrypt), while also offering lots of resources and guides to walk you through a typical ransomware attack (depending on the type of ransomware, of course)
  • Avast anti-ransomware tools - Avast provides 16, which are listed here. All of Avast's decryptors are free and check for viruses at the same time.
  • BitDefender Anti-ransomware Tool - BitDefender's tool is intended to act as a protection against being infected by CTB-Locker, Locky, Petya, and TeslaCrypt ransomware. The company doesn’t explain how the program works but once loaded it should detect an infection as it commences, stopping it before any files are encrypted. The splash screen is clean and basic in feel, featuring a section that stops executables from running from certain locations and an option to turn on protection from boot. The company emphasises that the program is not intended as a replacement for antivirus but should be used in conjunction with it.
  • GandCrab decryption tool - A new family of ransomware dubbed GandCrab has been making its rounds since January this year. Spreading via malicious advertisements leading to Rig Exploit Kit landing pages or via crafted e-mail messages impersonating recepits, GandCrab has managed to infect around 50K computers. In order to get the decryptor, the GandCrab operators ask for a ransom of anywhere between hundreds and hundred thousand dollars in DASH – a crypto-currency that just made its debut in cybercrime.
  • Crysis Family Ransomware Decryptor - The tool has been updated with master decryption keys recently released via a forum at BleepingComputer.com – mirroring the same key release scenario seen in November 2016 for older variants of this malware. With the current update, ESET’s decrypting tool can help victims of six unique variants of this specific ransomware family. Each of them is identifiable by the use of a specific extension: .xtbl, .crysis, .crypt, .lock, .crypted, and .dharma.
  • Emsisoft Decrypters - Free decrypter tools to recover your files without paying the ransom
  • EternalBlue Vulnerability Checker - EternalBlue Vulnerability Checker, inspects whether Windows is patched against the EternalBlue exploit, which was behind in the recent WannaCry ransomware epidemic and is still being used to spread cryptocurrency mining software and other malware. ESET’s network detection of the EternalBlue exploit (CVE-2017-0144) was added on April 25, prior to the outbreak of the WannaCry threat. The second tool released by ESET is a ransomware decryptor; it helps victims of a Crysis ransomware variant that uses an extension to add the encrypted files .wallet and .onion. The keys were published on May 18 by BleepingComputer.com forums.
  • Kaspersky anti-ransomware tool - Kaspersky's tool is designed for small to medium sized businesses and like Bitdefender, it comes with a tool to prevent ransomware attacks before they demobilise your systems. Kaspersky's anti-ransomware tool will run along in the background and monitor network activity for anything that matches known ransomware behaviour or patterns.
  • Kaspersky Ransomware Decryptors - Kaspersky provides decryption tools: Rakhni, Rannoh, Shade, CoinVault, WilfFire, Xorist
  • McAfeee Ransomware Interceptor (Pilot) - Interceptor is an Anti-Ransomware tool. Interceptor is an early detection tool that prevents file encryption attempts by ransomware malware. This tool leverages heuristics and machine learning to identify such malware.
  • TeslaCrypt Decryptor - TeslaCrypt decryptor allows ransomware's victims to get their files back.
  • Trend Micro Lock Screen Ransomware Tool - Trend Micro's tool is designed to detect and rid a victim of 'lock screen' ransomware, a type of malware that blocks users from accessing their PC or systems, and like with all ransomware, attempts to force the victim to pay to get their data back.
  • Trend Micro Ransomware File Decryptor - This guide provides the instructions and location for downloading and using the latest Trend Micro Ransomware File Decryptor tool to attempt to decrypt files encrypted by certain ransomware families.
  • WannaCry decryptor tool - Matt Suiche and Benjamin Delpy created wanakiwi, a complete tool that uses Adrien's methodology to retrieve the key from the memory and their own findings about the malware to recompile the decryption key from memory. More technical details about how wanakiwi works can be found in Suiche's blog post. The tool has been confirmed to work on all Windows versions from Windows XP to Windows 7. As Wannakey before it, wanakiwi will only work if the victim hasn’t restarted the infected system and you hasn’t killed the ransomware process (wnry.exe or wcry.exe). Malwarebytes' Adam Kujawa has provided instructions on how to use it.
  • ESET Crysis Decryptor - download
  • ESET releases decryptor for AESNI ransomware variants, including XData - ESET has updated its AES-NI decryption tool with a set of keys for AES-NI variant B ransomware.
  • ESET Malware Removal Tools - Stand-alone tools to remove particularly resilient threats, including rogue antivirus programs, antispyware programs and other malware.
  • 7even-HONE$T decrypting tool - Decoder for 7even-HONE$T ransomware
  • .8lock8 ransomware decrypting tool + explanations - A new ransomware based on HiddenTear was found that encrypts files with AES-256 and appends ".8lock8" to encrypted files, e.g. "file.jpg.8lock8". This ransomware is decryptable. To decrypt, you must first acquire the key using my HiddenTear Bruteforcer. This requires an encrypted PNG file (*.png.8lock8); the smaller the file, the better. Load the encrypted PNG file, and select "EightLockEight" mode at the bottom. Then, press "Start Bruteforce".
  • Alma decrypting tool - Alma Locker is a typical ransomware, it crawls onto your PC, encrypts your files and asks you to pay the money for your own data.
  • AlphaDecrypter Download - AlphaDecryptor is a free decryption program created by Michael Gillespie for the Alpha Ransomware. Using this decryptor a victim of the Alpha Ransomware can decrypt their files for free without having to pay the ransom. Please note, the password for the ZIP file is false-positive.
  • Other (older) decryptor tools - The following decryptor tools may be able to decrypt your ransomware.

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