Avast Ransomware Decryption Tools 18.104.22.1680 Free Download and offline installer for Windows 7, 8, 10, 11. A collection of Avast ransomware decryption tools that can help decrypt files encrypted by different forms of ransomware.
Overview of Avast Ransomware Decryption Tools (Free Ransomware decryption tools)
Avast Ransomware Decryption Tools is a collection of free Avast ransomware decryption tools that can help decrypt files encrypted by different forms of ransomware.
- AES_NI is a ransomware strain that first appeared in December 2016. Since then, we’ve observed multiple variants, with different file extensions. For encrypting files, the ransomware uses AES-256 combined with RSA-2048.
- Alcatraz Locker is a ransomware strain that was first observed in the middle of November 2016. For encrypting user's files, this ransomware uses AES 256 encryption combined with Base64 encoding.
- Apocalypse is a form of ransomware first spotted in June 2016.
- BadBlock is a form of ransomware first spotted in May 2016
- Bart is a form of ransomware first spotted at the end of June 2016.
- Acknowledgement: We'd like to thank Peter Conrad, author of PkCrack, who granted us permission to use his library in our Bart decryption tool.
- BigBobRoss encrypts user's files using AES128 encryption. The encrypted files have new extension ".obfuscated" appended at the end of the file name.
- BTCWare is a ransomware strain that first appeared in March 2017. Since then, we observed five variants, that can be distinguished by encrypted file extension. The ransomware uses two different encryption methods – RC4 and AES 192.
- Crypt888 (also known as Mircop) is a form of ransomware first spotted in June 2016.
- CryptoMix (also known as CryptFile2 or Zeta) is a ransomware strain that was first spotted in March 2016. In early 2017, a new variant of CryptoMix, called CryptoShield emerged. Both variants encrypt files by using AES256 encryption with a unique encryption key downloaded from a remote server.
- CrySiS (JohnyCryptor, Virus-Encode, Aura, Dharma) is a ransomware strain that has been observed since September 2015. It uses AES-256 combined with RSA-1024 asymmetric encryption.
- EncrypTile is a ransomware that we first observed in November of 2016. After a half-year development, we caught a new, final version of this ransomware. It uses AES-128 encryption, using a key that is constant for a given PC and user.
- Globe HiddenTear
- Legion NoobCrypt