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Alexander Ivanov

Alexander Ivanov

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Alexander Ivanov

Alexander Ivanov

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History

AES-NI Ransomware was first discovered in June 2016 by security researchers. AES-NI Ransomware is believed to have been created by a Russian cybercrime group called “Criminals-R-Us”. The same group that created the CTB-Locker ransomware created a new one called AES-NI.

What was the biggest AES-NI ransomware attack?

The biggest AES-NI ransomware attack to date occurred in November of 2016 when the AES-NI ransomware encrypted the files of more than 30,000 computers in over 150 countries. The AES-NI ransomware was spread through phishing emails that contained a malicious attachment.

How does AES-NI Ransomware work?

AES-NI Ransomware uses AES encryption to encrypt files on the victim’s computer. AES encryption is a very strong form of encryption that is used by many government organizations and businesses to protect their data. AES-NI Ransomware encrypts files using a unique AES encryption key that is only known to the attacker. Once AES-NI Ransomware has encrypted a file, it will append the “.aes” extension to the encrypted file.

For example, if AES-NI Ransomware encrypts a file named “sample.jpg”, it will rename the encrypted file to “sample.jpg.aes”. AES-NI Ransomware will also create a text file named “AES-NI-INSTRUCTIONS.txt” in each folder that contains encrypted files. This text file contains instructions on how to decrypt the AES-NI Ransomware encrypted files.

AES-NI Ransomware will also change the victim’s desktop wallpaper to the AES-NI Ransomware ransom note. The AES-NI Ransomware ransom note contains instructions on how to contact the attackers and make a payment to decrypt the AES-NI Ransomware encrypted files.

What is the easiest way to get AES-NI ransomware?

The easiest way to get AES-NI ransomware is to click on a malicious link or attachment in an email. AES-NI ransomware can also be spread through fake software updates and infected websites. It is important to be very careful when you are online to avoid AES-NI ransomware.

What type of files does AES-NI ransomware encrypt?

AES-NI ransomware will encrypt most types of files on your computer. Most of the time, the files in the Windows or Program Files folders will not be encrypted. AES-NI ransomware will also not encrypt files that are larger than 4 MB in size. AES-NI ransomware will usually encrypt common file types, such as images, videos, documents, and spreadsheets.

What is the best way to avoid AES-NI ransomware?

The best way to avoid AES-NI ransomware is to be very careful when you are online. AES-NI ransomware can be spread through email attachments, fake software updates, and infected websites. You should always be cautious when you are opening email attachments and downloading files from the internet. You should also install a reputable anti-malware program on your computer and keep it up-to-date.

How much does AES-NI ransomware cost?

The AES-NI ransomware ransom varies depending on how much money the attackers think you can pay. Between $100 and $500 is the average price of the AES-NI ransomware. The AES-NI ransomware ransom note will instruct you on how to contact the attackers and make a payment to decrypt the AES-NI ransomware encrypted files. We do not recommend that you pay the AES-NI ransomware ransom, because there is no guarantee that you will get your files back.

If you do not pay the AES-NI ransomware ransom, the AES-NI ransomware encrypted files will stay encrypted and you will not be able to access them.

Public decryption tool for AES-NI ransomware

Click here to download. But we cannot guarantee that it will work, because AES-NI ransomware is constantly changing and evolving.

What to do if it has infected you with AES-NI ransomware?

If it has infected you with AES-NI ransomware, you should immediately contact a professional for help. AES-NI ransomware is a very dangerous type of ransomware and it is important to remove it from your computer as soon as possible. You should not try to remove AES-NI ransomware yourself. You should always contact a professional for help.

Contact a data recovery service

If you have AES-NI ransomware, you should always contact a professional data recovery service for help. A data recovery service will be able to help you recover your AES-NI ransomware encrypted files. A data recovery service will also be able to help you remove AES-NI ransomware from your computer.

SalvageData ransomware data recovery team will decrypt your files and guarantee they restored them. Even if decryption is impossible, our experts can communicate with the hacker group on your behalf. 

 

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Alexander Ivanov

Alexander Ivanov

Alexander is a very creative and smart author of many tech posts related to the data recovery algorithms and processes.

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