Welcome to Encrypted Data Recovery Help page.

In this guide we will try to explain all the possible methods you can use to recover your encrypted files. So before you start the process please bookmark this page in case if you have to close your browser or restart your computer. You can also open this page in any alternate device like smartphone, tablet or any other computer. Keep in mind that this page is written for helping you to recover files encrypted by known Ransomware infection. If your PC is infected by any latest malware infection then you can submit the name and extension of the virus in the comment section for more help.

So lets get started

What do you need to recover your encrypted files?

Identifying The Ransomware – First you should know the name of the particular Ransomware infection. You can get the idea about the type and origin of the malware by checking its Ransom note or file extension. Some Ransomware also changes the desktop background with their own wallpaper, some display their names within their Ransom note. If you are still unable to identify the malware then you can visit the ID Ransomware website. Its an online tool to identify the Ransomware infection. You just have to upload the ransom note and encrypted file and it will tell you the name of the virus.

Remove Ransomware – Second you must first remove the virus from your computer before recovering your data. Because if the virus is still there then it can re-encrypt your files and you will have to do it all over again. It is also possible that this time virus will delete all your files permanently. So if the virus is gone then it is OK and if not then download the Automatic Malware Removal Tool to remove the infection.

Data Backup – Once you made sure that your computer in no longer infected by the malware then you should first make the backup of all your encrypted files. You can copy those files on any external hard drive or you can upload them on any cloud drive like Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox etc.

Shadow File Recovery – Shadows File Explorer is a free Windows Tool that detect and recover shadow copies of your files. This tool can be used to used recover deleted or lost files but in this case we can use this tool to recover encrypted files. First you need to download the download the shadow file explorer program.

Now after installing the software launch the program. Here you can select your Drive from the upper left corner. Then select any data when your computer was not infected by the ransomware virus.

Shadows File Explorer

After that select any any file or folder and then right click on it. After that Click on Export button and select any destination to save the file.

Shadows File Explorer

Data Recovery Option

If the shadow file explorer was not able to recover your files, then you can use professional data recovery software to recovery your files. ParetoLogic Data Recovery Pro software is a highly advanced and powerful data recovery suite. It can recover lost or permanently delete files. You should try the free version of this software to scan your PC. If the software can detect your files, then you will need to pay the recover all your files. But in this case you are not paying ransom money hackers. The Malware Removal Tool and Data Recovery are much more cheaper option than paying ransom money.

  • First you need to download the Data Recovery Pro Software.
  • After installing the software launch the program and click on Start Scan to run full scan of your PC.

  • When software detect all your files, then click on Recover button to get your files back.

Using Decryption Tools

As you know many security company release its own decryption tool to recover data for free. In most of the cases it can take months to find any suitable decryptor to newly found ransomware. So if you have backup all your encrypted files then you can wait for the other security companies to launch the free decryption tools. Some of them are already in the market and available for free download. It is not necessary that previous version of decryption tool will help but still I am going to list some of the most powerful of them so you can check them for yourself.

Trend Micro Decryptor Tool (Free) – This tool is created and distributed by famous security company Trend Micro. It is a free tool which is known for recovering data from numerous Ransomware infections. So you can download this software and try it yourself. Visit Site Now

Here is also a list of the viruses that this decryptor can currently deal with

  • CryptXXX V1, V2, V3
  • CryptXXX V4, V5
  • TeslaCrypt V1
  • TeslaCrypt V2
  • TeslaCrypt V3
  • TeslaCrypt V4
  • SNSLocker
  • AutoLocky
  • BadBlock
  • 777
  • Stampado
  • Nemucod
  • Chimera
  • MirCop
  • Jigsaw
  • Globe/Purge
  • DXXD
  • Teamxrat/Xpan
  • Crysis
  • TeleCrypt

Avast Free Ransomware Decryptor – Today who don’t know about Avast anti-virus. It might not be the best tool to remove Ransomware infection from your PC but it has found several powerful Ransomware decryptors to recover your files without paying ransom money. Visit Site Now

Here is also a list of the viruses Avast decryptor can help you recover

  • AES_NI
  • Alcatraz Locker
  • Apocalypse
  • BadBlock
  • Bart
  • BigBobRoss
  • BTCWare
  • Crypt888
  • CryptoMix (Offline)
  • CrySiS
  • EncrypTile
  • FindZip
  • GandCrab
  • Globe
  • HiddenTear
  • Jigsaw
  • LambdaLocker
  • Legion
  • NoobCrypt
  • Stampado
  • SZFLocker
  • TeslaCrypt
  • Xdata

Emisoft Decryptors (Free) – Another security company that offers several free Ransomware decryption tool that can help you. The company has created separate decryptor tools for a big number of Ransomware viruses and are also developing new ones. You can the official web link of the company for the decryption tools to find yourself a free decryptor. Visit Site Now

Here are some of the Ransomware versions that Emisoft has covered and created decryptors for:

  • NumecodAES
  • Amnesia
  • Amnesia2
  • Cry128
  • Cry9
  • Damage
  • CryptON
  • MrCr
  • Malboro
  • Globe3
  • OpenToYou

Note :- If above all option don’t work for you then don’t get upset. We are working very hard to find new ways to recover encrypted files. You can give us more information about your ransomware like name, extension types, date of infection and we will try to help you. We will also update the list and methods as soon we find other reliable ways. If you liked the information or the attempt to find the real solution for you then please share this information with friends.