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Bitdefender Ransomware Recognition Tool v1.0.0.2
Bitdefender Ransomware Recognition Tool v1.0.0.2 A tool to help ransomware victims find which family and sub-version of ransomware has encrypted their data and then get the appropriate decryption tool, if it exists. Ransomware has grabbed the headlines ever since 2014. While most ransomware attacks canít be defeated, Bitdefender constantly creates and updates ransomware decryption tools for families that have either vulnerable encryption algorithms or for which a master decryption key has been leaked. This tool analyzes both the ransom note and the encrypted file samples to identify the strain of ransomware and suggest a decryption tool for the identified family, if such a tool is available. Step 1 Download the BRR tool and save it somewhere on your computer. The latest version is always available here. This tool requires an active internet connection. Step 2 Run the BDRansomRecognitionTool.exe and allow it to execute if prompted by an UAC alert. Step 3 Read and agree to the End User License Agreement Step 4 The application has two fields to fill in: Choose the path to the ransom note file or the path to a folder containing encrypted files. You can choose either option, but the tool needs at least one of the pieces of information to detect which strain of ransomware has encrypted your information. If none of the fields are filled in, you cannot proceed any further Step 5 Press Scan. The application gives a warning if the ransom-note path is not filled in, as the detection accuracy is slightly lower in this case. The content of the ransom note is submitted for analysis to Bitdefender cloud. If the user provides any encrypted file, NO file content will be submitted to our cloud, as the tool only analyzes the filename and its extension. If the ransomware family cannot be identified, the user is informed about this. In some cases, multiple families of ransomware display similar features. ...
5/5 2,784 Nov 13, 2019
BitDefender Labs
CPUID Instruction Viewer v1.0.0.2
CPUID Instruction Viewer v1.0.0.2 Utility to View Information About CPU. CPUID Instruction Viewer is a small utility designed to help developers view technical information returned by the CPUID instruction from the x86 and x86-64 instruction sets. The CPUID instruction returns results about the capabilities and features supported by the processor that this utility is running on. Such results are intended to be viewed along with the accompanying Intel or AMD technical documentation. This utility does not require installation and can be run from any location on the disk. Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 & Windows Server 2003/R2/2008/R2/2012/R2/2016 Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 129 May 27, 2021
Dennis Babkin
   
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