Karma Ransomware

Karma ransomware is a spin-off of numerous malware that started as JSWorm ransomware, became Nemty, then Nefilim, Fusion, Milihpen, Gangban, and finally Karma.

Karma remains committed to attacking Windows operating systems focused on vulnerable networks. The group has made efforts to attack Chinese companies in the engineering and manufacturing sector.

The group uses the tactic of double extortion, which is the theft of files followed by encryption of the data. This tactic is highly damaging as the servers are locked by the encryption, preventing the company from functioning, and the criminals threaten to release the encrypted files on the dark web.

The group maintains a leak site under the name Karma Leaks for leaking customer data, trade secrets among other types of files. Companies are responsible for their customers’ data and if leaked, the company can be fined.

A successful ransomware attack will always be a major disaster for any company, if there is no updated backup or if the backup was affected by the ransomware, all the options to restore the company’s operation without paying the ransom are gone.

In fact, there is still one option left for such companies, encrypted file recovery done by Digital Recovery.

Karma Ransomware

Recover Files Encrypted by Karma Ransomware

In critical scenarios like a ransomware attack, the assistance of a specialist data recovery company is vital. And, few companies have the ability to recover such files.

Among those few companies is Digital Recovery, which with over two decades of experience has managed to develop processes to do the recovery in a secure manner.

All of our processes are unique and in compliance with applicable laws and the confidentiality agreement (NDA).

Our specialists will accompany you through the entire process, and in cases where shipping the device is not possible, we can recover it remotely.

Rely on Digital Recovery to recover files that have been encrypted by Karma ransomware.

Through unique technologies Digital Recovery can bring back encrypted data on any storage device, offering remote solutions anywhere in the world.