eCh0raix / QNAPCrypt 2021 – Ransomware Help & Tech Support


BloodDolly released a free ECh0raixDecoder decryption tool which can find the key and decrypt old variants of ECh0raix for victims infected prior to July 17, 2019. Using this decoder, victims can brute force the decryption key for encrypted files and use it to restore them. Everyone infected after July 19, 2019 was hit with new variant. A quick way to tell if your are a victim of the new unbreakable version is if the key at the end of the ransom note is 173 characters long.
 
Newer versions of eCh0raix Ransomware (July 19, 2019 and later) are not decryptable without paying the ransom and obtaining the private encryption keys from the criminals who created the ransomware unless they are leaked or seized & released by authorities. Without the criminal’s master private key that can be used to decrypt your files, decryption is impossible. That usually means the private key is unique (specific) for each victim and generated in a secure way (i.e. RSA, AES, Salsa20, ChaCha20, ECDH, ECC) that cannot be brute-forced.
 
Note: BloodDolly updated ECh0raix Decoder (v1.0.5) so victims can use any file as a source of decryption keys, however the decoder still cannot find the decryption key for newer versions of ECh0raix. Download link and instructions provided in Post #707.
 
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