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Donut Leaks ransomware?

If you are attacked by Donut Leaks Ransomware, turn off or disconnect the infected computer from yout network and contact us now.

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Donut Leaks
Ransomware Recovery

Donut Leaks is a relatively new data extortion group that has been linked to recent cyber attacks, including those carried out on the Greek natural gas company DESFA, the British architecture firm Sheppard Robson, and the multinational construction company Sando. This group uses its own custom ransomware in its double extortion attacks.

Once executed, the Donut Leaks ransomware scans and encrypts files that match specific extensions, avoiding certain files and folders. Encrypted files are given the ".d0nut" extension.
The group leaves ransom notes that use ASCII art and a bit of humor. These ransom notes are heavily obfuscated to avoid detection, with all strings encoded and JavaScript decoding the ransom note in the browser.
This extortion group is one to watch, not only for their apparent skills but also for their ability to market themselves.
Donut Leaks also includes a "builder" on its data leak site that consists of a bash script to create an Electron application for Windows and Linux with a built-in Tor client to access their data leak sites.
While the group has shown some connection or affiliation with several prominent ransomware groups, such as Hive and Ragnar Locker, they have also demonstrated the ability to carry out their own attacks and monetize data in their own operation.

Secure and Fast Diagnosis to Analyze Ransomware Types and Cryptographic Attack Vectors

Our experts decipher RSA and AES algorithms, used by Governments, ISPs, Technological, Financial and Telecommunications Industries.
RSA as an asymmetric encryption algorithm uses 2 keys: 1 public to encrypt, 1 private to decrypt. AES is a symmetric encryption algorithm with common key lengths of 128, 192, and 256 bits.
Digital Forensic Analysis
We carry out a complete diagnosis of the encrypted files and affected systems to identify patterns that allow data recovery.
Reverse Engineering
We analyze the encryption algorithms to unlock your files and quickly find weaknesses in the code of the computer virus to decrypt it.

Forensic Data Recovery

We recover and remove the encryption of your files with advanced data recovery techniques and the creation of specific tools.

Advanced Cryptography

We have deep knowledge of encryption algorithms and the ability to develop cryptographic processes and constant investigation.


Expert Recovery Of Files Infected By Ransomware

We have highly-trained data recovery and ransomware decryption specialists.
Our professionals have extensive knowledge in cryptography, digital forensics, and reverse engineering, enabling them to solve complex technical problems and find efficient solutions.

Protect Your Company
From Data Breach!

Thanks to our Advanced Monitoring System, you may track and remove content hosted in the Deep Web.
A leak of confidential files can have legal consequences relating to GDPR, including the risk of identity theft, unauthorized access to the system, and consequent damage to your reputation.

Real-Time Monitoring

We monitor the Surface, Deep, and Dark Web to control, track, and eliminate possible leaks in sensitive data, documents, and files.

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HelpRansomware complies with Quality Standards (ISO 9001) and Security Standards (ISO 27001).

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Why Should You Never Pay The ransom?

In 2020, OFAC and FinCEN declared it illegal to pay a ransom:

Companies that facilitate ransomware payments, not only encourage future ransomware payment demands but also may risk violating OFAC regulations.

What should I do if Ransomware has Encrypted my data?

1. Turn off or disconnect the computer from the network

2. Do not ever make contact with the cybercriminals

3. Do not pay the ransom requested for your data

4. Contact us immediately and get help 24/7 worldwide

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