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If you were infected by ransomware, all your files in folders such as My Documents would have a suffix attached to them. Also you should have a ransomware note showing on the desktop at system startup time.

As far as a rollback option, Eset does not employ a system snapshot option such as Kaspersky employs. Therefore, system rollback to  prior period in not possible.

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3 minutes ago, itman said:

If you were infected by ransomware, all your files in folders such as My Documents would have a suffix attached to them. Also you should have a ransomware note showing on the desktop at system startup time.

As far as a rollback option, Eset does not employ a system snapshot option such as Kaspersky employs. Therefore, system rollback to  prior period in not possible.

Thank you for clearing my doubts.

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