Due to the alarming growth of Crypt3r ransomware attacks, we specialize in ransomware decryption
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Digital Recovery is a company that has been in the data recovery business for over 20 years. In all these years on the road, few scenarios have been as challenging as recovering Ransomware.
Despite the great difficulty in recovering encrypted data, our technical department has advanced every day and we have achieved great and expressive results for our customers. Our customers are grateful to have saved thousands of dollars.
According to a study by Chainalysis, a company specializing in global financial transactions, blockchains and bitcoins, in the year 2020 there was a 3 times increase in ransom requests after ransomware attacks worldwide. This demonstrates how widespread ransomware attacks are.
With hundreds of ransomware operating in the market and every day new and more advanced extensions appear, we can classify Ransomware into the following types:
Encrypts the files and prevents them from being opened. Although the files are encrypted, it is possible for the user to boot up the operating system and see the encrypted files.
If your project had a negative diagnosis or the execution time does not meet your expectations, we accept the challenge of analysing your case.
We specialize in data recovery encrypted by Crypt3r Ransomware and any other extensions. We have a specialized division that can work in a dedicated 24x7x365 mode to handle complex cyber attack cases.
We have developed software and hardware technologies that enable us to act with precision and agility in advanced diagnostic processes to recover Crypt3r ransomware. The creation of these technologies – many of which are proprietary and exclusive – has kept Digital Recovery at the forefront.
Our cutting edge technology is called Tracer, it was developed to recover ransomware of any type in RAID systems , Virtual Machines, Databases, among others. Tracer has had good results. It is capable, through a deep analysis, of rebuilding encrypted data, increasing the possibilities of data recovery on any device.
In addition to providing services to governments, financial institutions and small, medium and large companies, Digital Recovery also provides services to other companies that also operate in the area of data recovery.
If there is no possibility of sending the affected device to our laboratory, we can do the recovery remotely, anywhere in the world.
We know that a ransomware attack is harmful to the company’s image, so we provide our customers with a confidentiality agreement (NDA) so that there is security on the part of the customer that no information will be disclosed.
Being fully aware of the levels of pressure and urgency that exist in data center and cloud computing environments, we also offer a 24x7x365 standby service. This type of service provides our customers with the ability to perform services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
There is still hope for your lost data, our entire team is at your company's disposal.
With each passing day ransomware attacks are perfected. After a successful attack attempt, ransomware quickly maps the user’s most important files to begin encryption. Microsoft Office files, databases, PDFs, and designs are among their top targets.
Most of the time yes. Usually the attack happens through virtual ports that have been opened by malicious programs that have been downloaded from the Internet. Another very common way is through incoming e-mails with attachments or links to sites strategically designed to harm users. Your computer can become vulnerable by the simple fact of opening the attachment or clicking on the malicious link.
Usually hackers leave threatening messages on affected machines. But if the information is not important or if you have a backup, by formatting the computer and taking precautions not to get infected again nothing will happen. There is a new type of attack where hackers steal your information and if you do not agree to pay the ransom they threaten to share your information on the Internet.
I don’t think it is possible to explain this subject with a simple answer. But let’s just cover a few topics on the subject below. The best option is to hire a consulting company or a professional that specializes in the area of cyber security.
Just as in a grand theft there is a high level of planning, so too in a cyber attack.
For a burglar to break into a house, someone has to open the door or he has to find a way to bypass the security systems. In the same way a hacker will try to get a partner inside your computer to open the door for him to enter. These accomplices can be dubious programs downloaded from the Internet or sent by e-mail. If he is not able to infiltrate these “accomplices” the job will be much harder.
Once the program is installed on the user’s machine, the user is responsible for opening the door and informing the hacker that he has a machine available for hacking. Once this is done, the data encryption process begins.
After attacking the machine, the ransomware can easily spread to infect machines on the network, targeting mainly servers. If the servers are hacked the entire company will be affected.
Yes, holidays and weekends are the days of choice for cyber attacks. The reason for this is because on holidays and weekends there are far fewer people active in computer network security.
In the year 2020 more than 500 million dollars in ransom payments were made.
In first place, with 29% of the attacks, the invasion happens because of downloading an infected file or clicking on a malicious link. In second place, with 21% of the cases, is the attack via RDP [Remote Desktop Protocol], which is a means of access to provide remote access to Windows machines.
Currently it is Ragnar Locker that uses the Windows virtual machine system to perform infections and encrypt files and databases in the environment.
Yes. Abnormal slowness in disk processing and high memory consumption are suspicious behaviors that need to be carefully evaluated to see if an attack is in progress.
Not at all, unfortunately. In 2020, 65% of ransomware attacks affected data in the cloud. So having the data in the cloud doesn’t mean it’s actually protected.
Yes, in 15% of ransomware attack cases in 2020, administrators were able to anticipate the spread of malware and stop the infection from progressing.
There are a few options on the market and usually the key words “digital risk protection” appear in the product name. Due to the high number of cyber attacks, in some countries such as France, insurers are removing ransomware from insurance coverage.