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Cerber2 ransomware released, no decryption tool available

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Aug 8, 2016.

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    The author of the widely distributed Cerber ransomware has released a newer version, and files encrypted with Cerber2, unfortunately, can’t be decrypted without paying the ransom. Several weeks ago, Trend Micro released a tool that can be used to decrypt files encrypted by a number of popular ransomware families and versions. Among these is the first version of Cerber (with certain limitations), but also CryptXXX, BadBlock, and TeslaCrypt. But, as a Trend Micro researcher that … More →

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