Blessing

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  1. Hey guys i think i might have found something of help here. I have been affected by the .npsk ransomware extension with an offline ID. But i discovered that I can still open the encrypted files. So you do it this way. Select the encrypted file you want to open then on the Tab at the top you select "Open" and you choose the application you want to open the file with. For example for a file encrypted like this "example.txt.npsk" just oopen with Notepad and voila it can open. So you have to do this for each individual file depending on the application you used to open it with. This might work in the run as we wait our efficient Emsisoft to come up with the Decryption keys. Hope this helps a comrade out there. Cheers
  2. Hie I was affected by this ransomware too with an extension file of .npsk. I quarantined the malware but all my files are decrypted. I ran the emsisoft decryptor and it showed the following results. File: C:\Users\blessing\Desktop\Chaptron\~$re drill flyr.docx.npsk No key for New Variant offline ID: PUYef3QgyNaY7l8zzvWo4yIuFfw9blf3NZjYd3t1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future I have attached one of my affected files. Please help. Process.txt.npsk
  3. All my files were encrypted with a .npsk extension. I ran the Emsisoft Decryptor and it responded as copied below. File: C:\Users\blessing\Desktop\Chaptron\Basic Price List for TIMB Quotation.xlsx.npsk No key for New Variant offline ID: PUYef3QgyNaY7l8zzvWo4yIuFfw9blf3NZjYd3t1 Notice: this ID appears be an offline ID, decryption MAY be possible in the future Please help