At WatchPoint, we are proud to have the largest list of ransomware decryptors on the internet. However, it’s important to know that the majority of ransomware variants do not have a decryptor available.
March was a month where a lot of small ransomware variants appeared but never came to fruition. There was, however, an update on CryptoLocker making its return, Cerber added a couple of new features, and Android ransomware appears to be here to stay. We also have a list of decryptors that were released, enabling you to recover your files without paying the ransom.
While no one wants to be hit with ransomware, the fact is that one in two businesses will be infected with some type of ransomware in 2017. Knowing where to find a possible antidote or decrypter can be a vital part of recovering your encrypted files without paying a ransom.