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  1. My machine is infected and all data files are renamed to ".fgb45ft3pqamyji7.onion.to._" I tried the decrypt_Cry9.exe with original and encrypted file, it gives an error that the file size difference is not 68 bytes (in my case the difference is 32 bytes) Any help possible? Attached are the two sample files (original and encrypted) and the ransom note. Thanks _DECRYPT_MY_FILES.txt jquery-1.4.1.js jquery-1.4.1.js.fgb45ft3pqamyji7.onion.to._
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  2. I am using the Command Line Scanner within my Application scanning incoming files in a certain directory. My Application opens a DOS process in which we run the command line scanner, capturing the output and analysing the results (I wrote a little parser for the output). This worked for the last years without any problems. We use it on three servers, 2 of them are running Windows Server 2008 R2 and 1 server runs on Windows Server 2012 R2. Since yesterday the 2012 R2 server had problems running the command line scanner, the process hangs and did not finish. The other 2 servers on 2008
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  3. If you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably noticed that something has changed about our blog… That’s right: everything has changed. When we started the original blog more than a decade ago, little did we know how popular it would become. From a few hundred visits per month back in 2004 to more than 100,000 now, the Emsisoft Security blog has become a major destination for people looking for straight-talking security advice from our team of malware and online security experts. Sadly, while the actual articles have progressed in leaps and bounds since the early days, the blog page itself has
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