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RansoMWare Laboratory


Our team of experts is specialized in ransomware decryption. Through our extensive experience in file recovery, we have developed methodologies that apply to each ransomware attack, shortening the running time to provide a solution to companies.

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Companies are increasingly using technology to meet customers’ requests, but that increases risk. Any company, large or small, is a target for cybercriminals. Help Ransomware has the most outstanding Cybersecurity Services on the market. We quickly identify the attack, analyze and act before they can cause more damage. Your information is your capital, and today you are running a significant risk.

Ransowmare Laboratory

Thousands of cybercriminals spend all their time creating new and increasingly dangerous ransomware. Our experts’ laboratory is dedicated exclusively to research and implement solutions to combat recent ransomware quickly.

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Ransomware is a type of malicious program that infects your computer, tablet, or smartphone (or encrypts your data and then demands a ransom and returns it to you). There are two types of ransomware.

The first type is encryptors, which encrypts your files so that you cannot access them. To decrypt them, you need the key used to encrypt them (this is why they ask you to pay for the ransom).

The other type is called blockers. They lock a computer or other device. Blockers present a better scenario than encryptors: victims are more likely to regain access to their operating system than to recover encrypted files.

There is no customary price. Some ransomware ask for less than 30 euros, others ask for thousands. Businesses and other large organizations, which are often infected by spear phishing, are more likely to receive larger ransom requests.

Still, you should keep in mind that paying the ransom does not ensure that you will get your files back safely.

You can recover your files as long as data decryption experts carry out the process. Our ransomware specialists are certified and qualified.

You should never pay the ransom to restore your data because hackers rarely return the data after payment. We recommend that you stop all contact with the cybercriminal and contact us to provide you assistance.

Help Ransomware is number one in the Cybersecurity market and acts 100% effectively and timely to recover data infected by ransomware. But in the rare event that data cannot be restored, we will return you the whole sum of money.

Our ransomware specialists are available 24/7 worldwide. You can create a new ticket to send us information about your case or contact us through our communication channels.

top 4 most dangerous ransomware of 2021

Hunting by corporations


Maze ransomware, first seen in 2019, quickly rose to the top of its malware class. Of the total number of victims, this ransomware is responsible for more than a third of attacks. The group that creates Maze was one of the first to steal data before encrypting it. If the victim refused to pay the ransom, the cybercriminals threatened to publish the stolen files. The technique proved its worth and was later adopted by many other ransomware operations.


Conti appeared at the end of 2019 and was very active during 2020; it affected more than 13% of all ransomware victims during that period. An interesting detail about the Conti attacks is that cybercriminals offer to help the targeted company solve security issues against ransom payment. They assert they can instruct them and help avoid security and avoid similar future security breaches.


The first attacks with the REvil ransomware were detected in Asia in 2019. The malware quickly caught the attention of experts due to the use of legitimate CPU functions to bypass security systems. REvil's victims add up to 11%. The malware affected nearly 20 business sectors. Engineering and manufacturing sectors count the highest proportion of victims (30%), followed by finance (14%), professional and consumer services (9%), legal (7%), and IT and telecommunications (7%).


Of the total number of victims, Netwalker is responsible for more than 10%. In just a few months to 2020, cybercriminals took more than $ 25 million. Its creators seem determined to bring ransomware to the masses. They offered to rent Netwalker to lone scammers in exchange for a share of the proceeds of the attack. According to Bleeping Computer, the malware distributor's profit could be as high as 70% of the ransom, although partners are paid much less in these situations.

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