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  1. Not to mention they didn't even work on the PC they were supposed to work on. Incompetent Crooks!
  2. DEC.exe was the first; DEC1.exe was the second (original name was also DEC.exe) dec.exe dec1.exe
  3. 3 weeks ago our Server was compromised by weak passwords and an open/non-standard RDP port. Compound that with a failed backup scheme which had not been checked for a while and we have a worst case scenario here. The file extension for the encrypted files is PAYCYKA. ID Ransomware has identified this attack as a GlobeImposter 2.0 infection by the demand file named "how_to_back_files.html" (attached) and referenced a "[email protected]" email address. The initial ransom demand of 2 bitcoins was paid and we were provided a "dec.exe" file which failed to decrypt the encrypted file
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