thegambler

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  1. @Demonslay335 Guys I cant tell you how happy I am and how grateful I am. 🤪 THANK YOU SO MUCH @Demonslay335 and Emsisoft @GT500 @Kevin Zoll You guys r awesome
  2. I ran the decrypter after DEMONSLAY335 debugged it. And I get: Starting... File: D:\san pd\Photos\pic 2.jpg.topi No key for New Variant offline ID: 7757TLxCRXnSjhJoq4TruFpvTlag0OKn6hPITYt1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future File: D:\san pd\Photos\pic 3.jpg.topi No key for New Variant offline ID: 7757TLxCRXnSjhJoq4TruFpvTlag0OKn6hPITYt1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future File: D:\san pd\Photos\Table (2).jpg.topi No key for New Variant offline ID: 7757TLxCRXnSjhJoq4TruFpvTlag0OKn6hPITYt1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future And this for all the encrypted files. So is it possible to work with file pairs and get the offline key? And what if all victims pitch in and pay for one decrypter with emsisoft taking a lead and using the decrypter we receive to extract the key. My suggestion might sound absurd. Any thoughts?
  3. I ran the decrypter after DEMONSLAY335 debugged it. And I get: Starting... File: D:\san pd\Photos\pic 2.jpg.topi No key for New Variant offline ID: 7757TLxCRXnSjhJoq4TruFpvTlag0OKn6hPITYt1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future File: D:\san pd\Photos\pic 3.jpg.topi No key for New Variant offline ID: 7757TLxCRXnSjhJoq4TruFpvTlag0OKn6hPITYt1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future File: D:\san pd\Photos\Table (2).jpg.topi No key for New Variant offline ID: 7757TLxCRXnSjhJoq4TruFpvTlag0OKn6hPITYt1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future And this for all the encrypted files. So is it possible to work with file pairs and get the offline key? And what if all victims pitch in and pay for one decrypter with emsisoft taking a lead. any thoughts?