CryptoLocker

CryptoLocker ransomware file decryption services

CryptoLocker ransomware file decryption services

CryptoLocker encrypts files on the infected computer's hard drive and then displays a message asking the user to pay a ransom to decrypt the files. The ransom is typically between $100 and $300 and must be paid within 72 hours or the encrypted files will be permanently lost. CryptoLocker has been spreading primarily through email attachments, and once it infects a computer. When CryptoLocker first emerged, there was no way to decrypt the encrypted files without paying the ransom. However, since then, security researchers have found ways to recover the encryption key from game sites. What damage did CryptoLocker cause?…
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