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Some incorrectly created ransomware can encrypt system and executable files, which may cause the system fail to boot. Depending on the version of Windows, try rolling back to the last successful configuration.

Probably, you may have noticed before rebooting the system that the files received a compound extension, for example .id-XXXXXXXX. [[email protected]] .IPM
XXXXXXXX is the ID of your PC-victim from letters and numbers.

If so, the files were encrypted with one of the "long-playing" ransomwares we call Dharma Ransomware.

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