|Updated||March 29 2019|
|Crack Size||47.3 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Ransomware - the largest growing online security threat that won't be needing much of an introduction in the period to come, as most specialists agree that things are only going to get worse.
Fortunately, there are various ways to keep your computer safe from ransomware attacks (even though, we're sure you know that there's no universal, bullet-proof solution available at this point). If you've had the misfortune of falling victim to a ransomware attack, then fret not, everything might not be lost just yet.
Avast is one of the few antivirus companies that currently offers free decryption tools for some of the most popular types of ransomware out there, as follows: AES_NI, Alcatraz Locker, Apocalypse, BadBlock, Bart, BTCWare, Crypt888, CryptoMix, CrySiS, EncrypTile, FindZip, Globe, HiddenTear, Jigsaw, LambdaLocker, Legion, NoobCrypt, Stampado, SZFLocker, TeslaCrypt, XData.
You can download the tools separately by clicking the links above, or you can get all of the twenty-one ransomware decrypters by downloading the Avast Ransomware Decryption Tools from Softpedia.
The tools themselves are quite easy to run and don't require installation. Simply download the archive, unzip it, and launch the tools via their associated executable files.
Initialize the bespoke decryption process by adding local drives, network drives, or local folders. It's recommended that you check the "Run the decryption process as an administrator" function, and you might want to consider backing up the encrypted files, as well.
Of course, each form of ransomware has its unique traits, so you might be interested in reading more about this on the official page for Free Ransomware Decryption Tools.
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