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Hi,just received ths ...n all my files add with .sglh...anyone can help? thanks a lot!

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It's Filecoder.STOP, unfortunately decryption is not currently possible. It appears that you have only a trial license for ESET Internet Security which was probably not installed at the time when the encryption occurred.

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2 minutes ago, mikeywong said:

any solutions? thanks!

There is no solution, encrypted files cannot be decrypted besides paying the ransom which we don't recommend. We strongly recommend backing up crucial data in the future.

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2 hours ago, mikeywong said:

any solutions? thanks!

The problem is encryption on its own is a safe and an important security feature e.g. sites use it so your passwords can't be read e.g. if hacked. Cyber criminals however have weaponized it and are using it to encrypt users files and hold them at ransom.

To stop this from happening again id recommend investing in an AV. Obviously I'd recommend eset ha, but its best to have some kind of protection no matter what you choose. Also backing up files e.g. to external device, cloud storage etc. can help as it means files can simply be restored

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On 11/19/2020 at 5:26 AM, peteyt said:

The problem is encryption on its own is a safe and an important security feature e.g. sites use it so your passwords can't be read e.g. if hacked. Cyber criminals however have weaponized it and are using it to encrypt users files and hold them at ransom.

I'd personally say that the weaponized portion is the crypto-currency that allows for 'Trace-Free' payment. If law enforcement could 'follow the money' there would at least be some risk when that person tried to redeem the giftcard or money order, etc -- with crypto there is no risk of being caught when you collect your funds so ransomware can flourish. Money mules aren't caught, they don't snitch up the line, so ransomware gangs and nation-states can increase the size of their bankrolls allowing them to purchase and find more and more (and more sophisticated)  zero days and other hacks (again using untraceable crypto currency) .

If crypto didn't represent a potentially HUGE investment opportunity for the wealthy (and more people realized it's direct correlation to ransomware), it'd already be dismantled and illegal. I wonder what percentage of Crypto currency was originally purchased as payment for ransom, and how that has effected it's price, and how many people were made millionaires or more on the backs of that ransom (purchases of crypto result in that crypto's price rising)?

 

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