Have you been affected by the NO_MORE_RANSOM ransomware?


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Below is a list of different types of ransomware infections we have been successful in helping our clients recover from (not limited to this).

Suppose you are infected with ransomware; we strongly recommend submitting a quote request and disconnecting the Internet from your site.

Please do not turn it off because your system may not boot up again due to changes to windows system files.

PHOBOS is a ransomware family amending files with several extensions such as ACTOR, ACTIN, ADAGE, ADAME, FRENDI, PHOBOS, PHONEIX, MAMBA, WALLET, EKING, EIGHT, DLL, COM, DEVOS, BARAK, BANJO, ETC.

Hackers release a few new extensions weekly, but the decryption recovery process remains the same.

Phobos will amed a file from 1.JPG to 1.jpg.ID-63857777.2140[].phobos

Phobos is very similar to the Dharma ransomware.

DHARMA was approximately released in December 2016 and seemed to be very profitable for the hackers, considering its development continued until now.

We have been successful with a 100% guarantee in all Dharma Ransomware variants such as (but not limited to) Harma, Dharma, Wallet, Roger, 1024, BOT, LAO, Lotus, Crypt, Blm, Glb, Arena.

No_More_Ransom is part of the RAPID Ransomware.

MR DEC is part of the Sherminator ransomware family.

We are 100% successful in all Mr Dec cases, and the average recovery is 48-36 hours.

Mr Dec renames all encrypted files by adding a string of random characters to the filenames.

For example, “1.jpg” might become “1.jpg.[ID]JrCHOfl83prTYZtyK[ID]”.

It creates the “Decoder.hta” file, which, if executed, locks the screen and displays a ransom message.

GlobeImposter is an active type of ransomware with a successful recovery in 98% of cases.

GlobeImposter renames your files with a generic extension/variant and drops ransom-demanding messages (“how_to_back_files.html”) into compromised folders.

ZEPPELIN is a malicious program and a variant of Buran ransomware.

It appends filenames with a randomized extension, using the hexadecimal numeral system (e.g., “.126-D7C-E67”).

For example, “1.jpg” might appear as something similar to “1.jpg.126-D7C-E67”, and so on for all affected files. Besides, it adds file markers (“ZEPPELIN”) to the encrypted files.

After this process is finished, a text file called “!!! ALL YOUR FILES ARE ENCRYPTED !!!.TXT” is stored on the desktop.

Sodinokibi/Revil, also known as REvil, started in May 2000 and is responsible for some of the highest ransomware demands and reinfections.

In some cases, they steal your data.

Maze renames all encrypted files by adding a random extension to the filenames.

For example, “1.jpg” might become “1.jpg.ILnnD”.

Maze also changes the desktop wallpaper and creates the “DECRYPT-FILES.html” file, a ransom message with instructions about decrypting files.

MAKOP renames all encrypted files with .makop or .fair extension.

For example, a file named “1.jpg” would appear as something like “1.jpg.[EF7BE7BC].[].makop”.

After this process is finished, a text file named “readme-warning.txt” is created on the desktop.

Avaddon is an active ransomware attack and very similar to Revil Ransomware.

The ransom message within the HTML file states that Avaddon encrypts documents, photos, databases, and other essential files, and it is impossible to decrypt them without “Avaddon General Decryptor” software.

Victims can purchase this decryption tool by following the instructions provided on a Tor website, which contains information such as the cost of the decryption tool mentioned above, how much time victims have to purchase it until the charge is doubled, and various other details.

Avaddon drops this file in every folder containing encrypted files “[random_numbers]-readme.html”.

eCh0raix / QNAPCrypt infects mainly vulnerable QNAP NAS drives.

The eCh0raix ransomware gang has targeted mainly vulnerable QNAP NAS devices. Recently detected activity suggests that this preferred target has not changed.

QNAP NAS are network-attached storage (NAS) systems defined as hard drives that constantly connect to the Internet.

Businesses often use them as backup hubs to store vital data essential to business operations.

This makes the device built by QNAP a target for ransomware gangs due to the data held on the device.

Snatch and MedusaLocker are two other common ransomware.

If your ransomware infection is not listed above, please submit a ticket, and we will assist you.

** This page is constantly updated **

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Depending on the evaluation you have selected, we will commence analyzing your files to determine the cost associated with recovery.

*Please note that the evaluation cost will be deducted from your quote.

*We only provide a quote if you need a sample file, and a fee may apply. We may not produce a sample file for some variants unless a full recovery is performed.

If you choose for FREE Evaluation, you will receive your quote within 4-10 days.


Upon completing the evaluation, a quote will be sent to you with the associated cost to recover your data.

*We can determine the actual cost after analyzing your files.

*More than 90% of jobs are recovered within 24-48 hours, and more complex cases may take longer.

*We will start the ransomware recovery process immediately after payment.

We protect you with our No Data = No Charge policy for your data recovery.


Once you accept the quote, an email will be sent to you with a REMOTE ACCESS AND PRE-RECOVERY CHECKLIST to prepare your system for recovery.

Once you accept the quote, an email will be sent to you with a REMOTE ACCESS AND PRE-RECOVERY CHECKLIST to prepare your system for recovery.

All recoveries are made directly on your system. No Data will be taken offsite.

We will keep you updated throughout the recovery process, and we are contactable 24/7 for your convenience.

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What to do

1. Fill in the form by compiling all the fields and describing the problem​.

2. Attach a .zip or .rar file of 5-10 samples of the encrypted files, no larger than 1Mb, and with the ransom note (.txt or .html)​.

3. Press the "SEND" button, and one of our experts will contact you as soon as possible.

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