Ransomware
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Daixin Ransomware

A new ransomware called Daixin has been spotted in activity. There is not much information yet on its technical characteristics, but we already understand the impact Daixin ransomware can have on a company’s operation.

Daixin’s first victim was a community hospital in Missouri, USA. Even before the hospital came forward, the Daixin group had already taken credit for the attack.

Members of the Daixin group took public notice of a link to a darkweb site containing all the stolen data.

According to the available evidence, the stolen material consists of both private documents containing patient data that were taken from internal computers and tables from the MEDITECH database.

We know that the compromised information may have included patient names, dates of birth, medical record numbers, patient account numbers, social numbers, and information about their health and treatment.

In addition to patient information, data about hospital employees and other vulnerabilities in the security system have also been disclosed.

Payment of the ransom is not advised. Attack by ransomware is a crime and those responsible for these acts are criminals. They offer no guarantee that they will keep their word after the ransom is paid.

Recover Daixin Ransomware

Recover Files Encrypted by Daixin Ransomware

Digital Recovery has been in business for over 23 years and provides services to recover ransomware-encrypted data on a range of storage devices, including servers, storage, databases, virtual machines, and RAID systems.

We offer emergency mode recovery, where our labs operate around the clock to complete the process as quickly as possible.

We provide our confidentiality agreement (NDA), which guarantees full confidentiality.

In most cases our solutions offer remote recovery. That’s why we are able to help companies almost anywhere in the world.

So get in touch with our experts and get your recovery done.

Ransomware Recovery FAQ

Every day, ransomware attacks get better and better. After a successful attack attempt, ransomware quickly maps the user’s most important files to begin encryption. Microsoft Office files, databases, PDFs and design are among its main targets.

Ransomware is designed to be unnoticeable, so it can disable all system defenses without being noticed and start the process of encrypting the files. Even though ransomware can go unnoticed by the system, it can still be noticed by the user, because ransomware uses the system’s own resources to do the encryption, this can slow down the system. Ransomware also changes file extensions. So be on the lookout for these signs: System slowdown and extensions being added to files.

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Yes, it is possible. You can restart the computer in safe mode which will limit the ransomware’s action as system resources will be locked. You can also disconnect the computer from the Internet which can interrupt the hackers’ connection to your system, it is worth remembering that there is ransomware that works even without being connected to the Internet. You can also start the diagnostics to identify threats with your antivirus, the vast majority of antiviruses have this function.
But there are cases where the encryption was interrupted by the user, some files had already been affected and this caused an error in the encryption and even the hackers could not restore the files, even with the decryption key. In these cases only a data recovery company, such as Digital Recovery, can recover the files.

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Yes, attacks usually happen mainly on holidays and weekends during the early morning hours. These days are chosen because there are not many active users on the system, which prevents the attack from being discovered before the encryption is completed.

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The vast majority of ransomware uses RSA [Rivest-Shamir-Adleman]-2048 and AES [Advanced Encryption Standard] encryption.

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First of all, do not pay the ransom. No matter what the hackers say, there is no guarantee that the decryption key will actually be released after the ransom is paid.
The first thing to do is to inform the authorities about the attack, governments have specialized cybercrime departments that will investigate the attack. After that, check if your backups were affected, if they were, only a company specialized in data recovery can recover your files, this is the next step. Contact Digital Recovery who will assist you in the complete recovery of your files.

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After first contacting us and sending the affected media we will diagnose the device to check the extent of the damage caused by the ransomware, with this we can project the duration of the process, and provide the budget to the customer. After the budget is approved by the customer, we start the recovery process, for this we have exclusive software that can, with the help of our specialists, reconstruct the data.
If the customer opts for remote recovery, instead of sending us the media, he/she will send the encrypted files to a virtual environment, which is totally safe, so that we can access them.
After the end of the process we will do a double check so that the customer can verify the integrity of the recovered files.
Payment is only made after delivery of the files and validation of the same by the client.

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