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If it had hit someone:
Eset has a decryption tool for the ransomware 'Crysis” Published taken hostage files:

This is based on the latest round of 200 on pastebin published Master Keys.

Your ESET product detected a Win32/Filecoder.Crysis infection Decrypt your files using the ESETCrysisDecryptor.exe tool Your personal files have become encrypted Your files have been renamed with one of the following extensions: .xtbl, .crysis, .crypt,

Clean a Crysis or Wallet infection using the ESET Crysis decryptor
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  1. Markus Műnchen said on 28-05-2017


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