Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 7 | Windows 2012 SHA1 Hash: b977cd5277a5fd7b2d52fd361d7d7d41b0582885 Size: 2.16 MB File Format: zip Downloads: 1199 License: Free
BTCWareDecrypter is a free software by Demonslay335 and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2012.
You can download BTCWareDecrypter which is 2.16 MB in size and belongs to the software category Security Related. BTCWareDecrypter was released on 2017-09-19 and last updated on our database on 2017-09-20 and is currently at version 1.1.
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Dating back to March 2017, BTCWare is a piece of ransomware that unfortunately lives up to its name since it manages to permanently block your access to your files’ contents unless you pay a fee. Or find a reliable decrypter, that is.
BTCWareDecrypter claims to be just that, being able to fight against this type of infection and helping you regain access to your documents simply by resorting to a few tricks.
Can unlock files infected by BTCWare ransomware
First of all, users should know that BTCWareDecrypter requires no installation, and in order to have it up and running, double-clicking its executable should be enough. At this point, you should be able to see an approachable GUI that reveals various tools you can turn to in order to combat the damage done by the ransomware.
While realizing that you have been stricken by a ransomware creator’s wrath is something almost anyone could do, differentiating between multiple kinds of infections is not a piece of cake.
Regarding BTCWare, users may thus want to know that, once it infiltrates their system, it changes their files’ extension to .btcware, .onyon, .cryptobyte, .aleta, .nopasaran, .gryphon, .xfile, or .master, and more. An .htm file is then created on the desktop, usually leading to a website demanding the ransom.
Helps you fight off various ransomware variants
As said, BTCWareDescrypter’s purpose is quite transparently stated by its very name since it helps you regain control of your documents without paying the ransom. You simply need to inspect the “Settings” section in order to load a key, decrypt a key file or note, force version or RC4, and last but not least, delete encrypted files.
Aside from that, a Brute Forcer is integrated, but it becomes ineffective in case the AES key is required.
What you should also bear in mind is that BTCWareDecryptor is currently capable of handling as many as six variants of the ransomware, namely .onyon, cryptobyte, .cryptowin, .btcware, .nuclear, and .theva.
All in all, BTCWareDecrypter is a well put-together app that should save you lots of time and money if you are as unlucky as getting infected with the BTCWare ransomware. While the program is quite easy to use, we hope that you never get to test it on your own.