Example of XTBL Infection
Ransomware is everywhere these days, impacting businesses of all sizes and industries. More and more companies are falling victim to these cyber attacks, which can happen in the blink of an eye with a single click.
Most XTBL infection target comprised security on an RDP Connection (Remote Desktop) or via an email attachment.
Whether you’re an individual or business who needs data recovered from a recent XTBL, Zepto, locky, cryptolocker, cryptowall, Cerber, or teslacrpyt ransomware, Fast Data Recovery is there with the tools and knowledge for ransomware recovery and ransomware removal.
We’ve an extremely high success rate on recovering data from ransomware, malware, and viruses.
We have a dedicated team working around the clock in decrypting, analyzing and preventing ransomware attacks with 100% success rate.
If this is an emergency, Please let us know as we have a priority service within 24 hours turnaround or our FREE Evaluation (3-5 Days) at no cost.
Based on the analysis we will provide you with a flat rate quote.
We operate under a no data = no charge policy, so if we’re unsuccessful in recovering your data, there will be no charge.
In addition, part of our service is to remove the ransomware prior to restoring your data on the infected computer at no charge.
Please keep in mind that there is a possibility that your insurance policy may cover the cost of this service after the
Types of Ranomware we car recover
If you are infected with malware from XTBL, you most likely will experience some (or all of) the following:
What does the XTBL virus do?
The first thing you’ll notice when your PC gets infected with the .xtbl virus (otherwise known as the Troldesh Trojan) will probably be the unusual file extensions added to most of your computer files. In particular, this crypto-ransomware virus adds a line of random numbers indicating the victim’s ID and an email address pointing to the ransomware developer. The ID numbers and even emails may differ, but the final part of this lengthy extension is always the same – .xtbl
When the .xtbl ransomware virus encrypts the data, it creates README.txt document on every folder containing corrupted data. Instead of your regular desktop screen, you will also see a note, encouraging you to read the README document. In this file, the cyber criminals provide the user with an identification code and two different email addresses, to which this code has to be sent in order to recover the files. It is interesting that the notes are bilingual and feature the same information in Russian and English
What to do?
Once the virus has infected your computer, we strongly recommend that you leave the files as is. The more you tamper with the files it will reduce the chance of decryption.
We recommend, that you contact us and submit a new case through our website and a ransomware engineer will get in touch with you to find more information
If this is an emergency we suggest to select our priority evaluation service while submitting a new case for faster response time. The fees for the priority evaluation will go towards the recovery quote.
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Fast Data Recovery is the largest ransomware recovery service in Australia and New Zealand with a growing list of international clients.
We have a dedicated team working around the clock in decrypting, analyzing and preventing ransomware attacks with guaranteed results.
Whether you’re an individual or business who needs data recovered from a recent locky, cryptolocker, Aleta, Gryphon and the like, Fast Data Recovery has the right tools, state of art equipment and best industry knowledge for guaranteed ransomware recovery, ransomware removal and ransomware prevention.
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