Avast Decryption Tool for Alcatraz Locker can remove the Alcatraz Locker ransomware, a strain that uses AES 256 encryption combined with Base64 encoding. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
Avast Decryption Tool for BTCWare can unlock BTCWare, a ransomware strain that first appeared in March 2017 and has spawned five known five variants. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
Avast Decryption Tool for FindZip unlocks the FindZip ransomware strain that spreads on Mac OS X (version 10.11 or newer). The encryption is based on creating ZIP files - each encrypted file is a ZIP archive, containing the original document. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
Avast Decryption Tool for HiddenTear can unlock HiddenTear, one of the first open-sourced ransomware codes hosted on GitHub and dating back to August 2015. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
Avast Decryption Tool for NoobCrypt decrypts files being held ransom by the NoobCrypt ransomware; this particular strain has been in circulation since July 2016. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
Avast Decryption Tool for SZFLocker allows decryption of files encrypted by SZFLocker; this particular strain was first seen in May of 2016. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
Avast Decryption Tool for XData will decrypt files that have been targeted by the XData ransomware which is a derivative of the AES_NI strain of ransomware. All the Avast Decryption Tools are available in one zip here.
AVG Decryption Tool For BadBlock provides a remedy against another piece of potentially harmful ransomware that holds files hostage but does not rename them, instead, it flashes a red ransom note demanding payment.
Bitdefender Anti-Ransomware is a combination ransomware vaccine which allows users to immunize their computers and block any file encryption attempts from Cryptowall, Cryptolocker, CTB-Locker, Locky, and the TeslaCrypt families of ransomware.
Emsisoft Decrypter for DMALocker and DMALocker2 can decrypt files that have been encrypted but not renamed. The malware identifies itself as DMA Locker, and the ID is DMALOCK 43:41:90:35:25:13:61:92 or DMALOCK 41:55:16:13:51:76:67:99.
Emsisoft Decrypter for NMoreira can decrypt files that have been renamed to either *.maktub or *.__AiraCropEncrypted! or if you find a ransom note named either "Recupere seus arquivos. Leia-me!.txt" or "How to decrypt your files.txt" on your system.
Emsisoft Decryptor for Avest unlocks files held hostage by the Avest strain of ransomware. The Avest ransomware encrypts victim's files and appends the extension ,".ckey().email().pack14" to the filename.
Emsisoft offers many ransomware decryptor tools for download. Most techs will need one or more of these so rather than download them one at a time we zipped most of the Emsisoft Decrypter Tools into one convenient package for you.
InsaneCrypt Decryptor is a ransomware decryptor created by Michael Gillespie that decrypts files encrypted by the desuCrypt Ransomware variant that appends the .insane extension to encrypted filenames.
In order to fight ransom malware Kaspersky Lab specialists designed a special utility Kaspersky WindowsUnlocker. The utility can be launched when your computer is started from Kaspersky Rescue Disk and allows working in graphic and text modes of Kaspersky Rescue Disk.
Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware uses advanced proactive technology that monitors what ransomware is doing and stops it cold before it touches your files. For complete internet protection, download Malwarebytes here.