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Thirtyseven4 CryptorBit Download (RestoreCryptor)

Thank you for your interest in the Thirtyseven4’s CryptorBit Decryption Tool.  The tool, dubbed ‘RestoreCryptor’, decrypts CryptorBit encrypted files using a specific algorithm to decrypt files containing the following file extensions; .pdf, .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .pptx, .jpg, etc.

CryptorBit is also commonly referred to as “HowDecrypt", because this is the self-given title information file dropped by the ransomware. Screenshots are shown below. Depending on the variation, CryptorBit changes either the first 512 bytes or the first 1024 bytes of each encrypted file. The RestoreCryptor tool addresses those files with the first 512 bytes altered.

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Thirtyseven4 Endpoint Security Proactively Prevents CryptorBit Attacks

Most CryptorBit infections can be traced back to Phishing emails

Thirtyseven4 Endpoint Security Proactively Prevents CryptorBit Attacks

Once a system has been infected, CryptorBit will display the following image (above).

Thirtyseven4 Endpoint Security Proactively Prevents CryptorBit Attacks

Above is an example of the dropped ‘HowDecrypt’ information file.

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