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Recover what was lost

In record time!

At Data Recovery, we can recover encrypted files by ransomware. Ransomware is a type of harmful program that hijacks the data and asks for a ransom in exchange for removing this restriction. Some types of ransomware encrypt operating system files by rendering the device useless and coercing the user to pay the ransom.


We have been working on this type of case for some time and we are pleased to report that in recent months we are able to recover more than 86% of the cases of files encrypted by ransomware that we have received. However, it should be taken into account that this decryption is a job that involves a lot of dedication, time and effort, so it is only aimed at customers for whom the encrypted information is truly relevant since it is a service That is an important outlay.


To determine if your case is recoverable, contact us and we will be making a free diagnosis.

Files encrypted by ransomware
  • CryptoHasYou.

  • 777

  • Sevleg

  • 7ev3n

  • 7ev3n-HONE$T

  • 7h9r

  • 8lock8  (basado en el ransomwareHiddenTear)

  • AiraCrop (relacionado com TeamXRat)

  • Al-Namrood

  • TeslaCrypt 4.1A

  • TeslaCrypt 4.2

  • Crypt0L0cker

  • Trump Locker

  • WannaCrypt

  • CrySiS

  • Alcatraz Locker

  • ALFA Ransomware (de los mismos creadores que el ransomware Cerber)

  • Alma Ransomware

  • Alpha Ransomware

  • AlphaLocker

  • AMBA

  • Alphabet

  • Angela Merkel

  • AngleWare

  • Angry Duck

  • Anony
    (Basado en el ransomwareHiddenTear

  • VenisRansomware

  • VaultCrypt

  • Anubis 
    (variante de EDA2)

  • Apocalypse

  • Fabiansomeware

  • ApocalypseVM

  • ASN1

  • AutoLocky

  • Aw3s0m3Sc0t7

  • BadBlock

  • BadEncript

  • VaultCrypt

  • CrypVault

  • YourRansom

  • ZinoCrypt

Recent Ransomware virus families



1.- Contact a specialized technician of our Laboratory;

2.- We offer a free pre-diagnosis in less than 4 hours;

3.- Free collection of the device on the same day;

4.- Decrypted of your information within 5 - 7 days.




Never pay the ransom. Paying does not guarantee you to recover your data and you may be asked for a higher redemption amount once the initial payment has been paid.

Turn off the affected device.

Disconnect the equipment from the network. Disconnecting the network access cable or access to the Wifi network. This will prevent the encryption of your data from being extended to other computers connected to the network.

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