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ransomware .erif encrypted my files with an online private key

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Hi!

I am the victim of an online Ransomware virus attack which has managed to encrypt my files (mostly pdf an jpg) with an online private key, using an asymetrical encryption method.

All my files now have the termination ”.erif” and obviously they cannot be opened anymore. Examples: ”examplefile.pdf.erif”

The public key used for encryption is this one: 6N5r9nDQfSRh5JQhBBCw1kMaQbcnOKtXUu6LD4Wk

Does anyone know how can I solve this issue? Can someone help me plz?

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11 hours ago, GOGAEU said:

The public key used for encryption is this one: 6N5r9nDQfSRh5JQhBBCw1kMaQbcnOKtXUu6LD4Wk

That's not a public key, it's an ID. It's used as a form of identification, so that when you pay the ransom the criminals know what private key to send you.

As for the ransomware, it's a newer variant of STOP/Djvu and your ID is an online ID, so there is currently no way to decrypt your files. There is more information at the following link:
https://support.emsisoft.com/topic/32045-about-the-stopdjvu-decrypter/

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