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"Oops, your important files are encrypted" Petya Virus (Recover Files)

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We have decided to propose one approach by which you can theoretically attempt and restore the files on your hard drive after an attack by Petya ransomware occurs. Since the virus's mail e-mail for ransom payoff has been shut down, many are looking for a way to get the files back. We have posted links to each of the materials requred for the recovery process below. Note: These are just some of the materials and tools we chose, but you can go ahead and create your own setup, we are just comfortable with those. More information on Petya ransomware and the instructions in written format: https://sensorstechforum.com/oops-important-files-encrypted-petya-wannacry-ransom-virus/ Malware Detection and Removal Tool: http://goo.gl/xuixwM SATA to USB cable: http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-3-0-to-2-5-SATA-III-Hard-Drive-Adapter-Cable-Converter-for-SSD-HDD-/292092233557?hash=item44020dc755:g:tckAAOSwEzxYTko5 Data recovery Software: https://sensorstechforum.com/stellar-phoenix-windows-data-recovery-software-review/ Petya.A is a modified ransomware virus of the Petya ransomware family. Other members of the family inlcude GoldenEye and Mischa ransomware. This newest variant is spread via a Worm infection carrying the ETERNALBLUE exploit. The malware then infects all of the computers after it has infected the first PC of the network. Then, Petya encrypts the hard drive and sets a ransom note on boot, asking victims to pay around $300. The virus is primarily spread in Ukraine and Russia, but it may also be spread on a global scale soon. If your computer has been infected by this iteration of Petya ransomware and you are looking for alternative methods to get the data back, then this video is for you. Let us know if this method has worked for you, if you have tried it out.
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Text Comments (2)
Marko Zajc (1 year ago)
Attacks *yor* kernel Also, it's not a lockscreen you dumbo, it replaces boot of your computer and makes it boot into a custom screen
Ventsislav Krystev (1 year ago)
*Correction - it has latter been established that Petya does not encrypt the MBR.

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