The ShadeDecryptor tool for fighting Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Shade
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The ShadeDecryptor tool for fighting Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Shade

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2016 Jul 04 ID: 13059

The Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Shade malware encrypts the files on the user's computer and makes them unaccessible. To decrypt such files, we have developed the ShadeDecryptor tool

ShadeDecryptor can decrypt the files with the following extensions: .xtbl, .ytbl, .breaking_bad, .heisenberg.

First, the tool searches for the decryption key in its database. If the key is present in the database, the files are decrypted and become accessible. If the key is not present in the databases, the tool sends the request to the server in search for additional keys. This action requires access to the Internet. 


How to decrypt files

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