Emsisoft Decryptor for DeadBolt allows you to decrypt files encrypted by the DeadBolt ransomware strain.
DeadBolt encrypts QNAP devices using AES-128 and appends the extension ".deadbolt."
Below is an example of the ransom note:
Run the decryptor as an administrator. You will be prompted to enter your 32-character key. NOTE: this decryptor requires a key received after paying the criminals.
By default, the decryptor will pre-populate the locations to decrypt with the currently connected drives and network drives. Additional locations can be added using the Add button.
Decryptors typically offer various options depending on the particular malware family. The available options are located in the Options tab and can be enabled or disabled there. 8. After adding all the locations, you want to decrypt to the list, click the Decrypt button. From there, the screen will switch to a status view, informing you about the the current process and decryption status of your files.
The decryptor will inform you once the decryption process is finished. If you require the report, hit the save log button.
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