Bitdefender Anti-Ransomware (March 28, 2016)

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Bitdefender Anti-Ransomware (March 28, 2016)

Author: Bitdefender

Date: 03/28/2016 09:01 PM

Size: 4.46 MB

License: Freeware

Requires: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista

Bitdefender Anti-Ransomware prevents your files from being encrypted

by the following ransomware families:

- CTB-Locker

- Locky

- TeslaCrypt

Bitdefender Anti-Ransomware is a combination Crypto-Ransomware Vaccine which allows users to immunize

their computers and block any file encryption attempts from Cryptowall and Cryptolocker also known as

Ransomware. Uses very little memory, about 8 MB. It is updated whenever possible and effective up to and

including the new 4.0 variant from Russia. It might not block all known variants due to the speed that

hackers change their software but it should protect you from most. Myself, and our malware team have

fought with this difficult infection and there is no easy way to remove it.

Bitdefender anti-malware researchers have released a new vaccine tool which can protect against known

and possible future versions of the CTB-Locker, Locky and TeslaCrypt crypto ransomware families by

exploiting flaws in their spreading methods.

“The new tool is an outgrowth of the Cryptowall vaccine program, in a way.” Chief Security Strategist

Catalin Cosoi explained. “We had been looking at ways to prevent this ransomware from encrypting files

even on computers that were not protected by Bitdefender antivirus and we realized we could extend the


A study conducted by Bitdefender in November 2015 on 3,009 Internet users from the US, France, Germany,

Denmark, the UK and Romania offers a victim’s perspective on data loss through crypto-ransomware:

50% of users can’t accurately identify ransomware as a type of threat that prevents or limits access to

computer data.

Half of victims are willing to pay up to $500 to recover encrypted data.

Personal documents rank first among user priorities.

UK consumers would pay most to retrieve files

US users are the main target for ransomware.

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