Deeep ransomware works like other ransomware groups, it’s part of the Dharma family. It encrypts files stored on the attacked computer or hacked network, making them inaccessible.
Deeep changes the extension of the encrypted files, adding “1.doc.id-9ECE4KF” and variations. The group uses RSA and AES encryption. After the files are encrypted, a document named “FILES ENCRYPTED.txt”, is pinned to the desktop.
It contains all the channels for the victim to contact the group and the ransom amount, which is to be paid in cryptocurrencies. Generally, there is a time limit for contacting and paying the ransom. If at the end of this time the payment is not made, the decryption key is permanently deleted.
Ransomware attacks are most often carried out through virtual gateways, spam campaigns, malicious emails, program downloads or attachments.
In addition, after paying the ransom, victims often do not receive the files as promised.
In cases of successful ransomware attacks the victim is at the mercy of the group if they do not have an up-to-date backup. Knowing this, groups have developed their malware to identify and fully encrypt all backups.
Recovering files encrypted by ransomware is our specialty, and we’ve worked hard to develop technologies capable of doing just that. In light of this, we have developed Tracer, a technology capable of recovering data from virtually any storage device.
The recovery of encrypted files is extremely delicate; any incorrect process can completely corrupt the files, making recovery impossible.
Digital Recovery has developed secure processes for data recovery, all our processes have been developed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and we provide the confidentiality agreement (NDA) to all our customers.
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