This site is designed to help victims of the ransomware. Everyone will be able to learn which virus has infected his computer, if there is any cure for this infection, and to discuss with other victims if it is possible to return the files by paying to extortionists.
The instruction for our service is available here:
Some common ransomware products use persistent encryption algorithms: AES-256 and RSA-2048. With the proper use and implementation of these algorithms, infected data can not be decrypted without the private key! Therefore, even the FBI will not help you.
CryptoLockers: It's the most common type today. CryptoLocker encrypts the victim's files and demands a ransom. The average price is $ 500. On average, 1-3% of the victims are paying. But in the corporate sector, this figure could be much more. Also, there are some CryptoLockers for Android:
WinLockers: It locks the user's screen and demands a ransom under the guise of FBI or some other organization. By the way, WinLocker does nothing besides blocking your access to the Internet. The average price of the ransom is $20-200:
Cybercriminals are the people who are engaged in the computer viruses development and distribution. Their main aim is to gain profit from the computer users around the world.
Normally, you should not have to pay, as this encourages the cyber criminals. But there are some cases when your very important files are encrypted, and you are ready to pay any amount to get them back. But, you should know in such situation, that not every ransomware will really decrypt your files if you'll pay. That's why we created our website: to let people know which extortionists decrypt files, and which are not.