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    Only if law enforcement is able to catch the criminals behind this ransomware and release their database of private keys. Most Anti-Virus will detect STOP/Djvu, and should prevent this particular ransomware. The Behavior Blocker in Emsisoft Anti-Malware is fairly good at detecting most ransomware, even if they aren't detected by the Anti-Virus signatures. Most ransomware these days will ensure file recovery is not possible.
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    It depends on the algorithm of actions used by the malware. Data recovery programs can read information from sectors on the hard disk and restore the deleted file even if the recycle bin has been emptied. Yes, it is possible, but only immediately after deleting the file and emptying the recycle bin. They will not be able to recover information if the sector where the deleted file, later was entirely overwritten or the remaining information was overwritten with zeros or garbage. They will not be able to recover information if the deleted file was first modified or damaged, and then deleted. In this case, the program will restore the latest (modified or deleted) version of the file. They will not be able to recover information if the deleted original file was moved to a temporary directory, and then this place was overwritten many times by other temporary files. In this case, the program will restore only the some latest of the file or several small files.
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