Digital Recovery excels in the specialized field of remotely recovering files that have been encrypted by CIA ransomware. Our services are offered globally.
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Digital Recovery is a Dubai based company that is part of the international Digital Recovery Group that has been operating in the data recovery market for more than two decades. We are experts in ransomware data recovery and can decrypt files anywhere in the world remotely.
The prevalence of CIA ransomware attacks is experiencing a concerning surge, as evidenced by the frequent emergence of new hacker groups employing innovative methodologies and highly advanced programs. The U.A.E., specifically Dubai and Abu Dhabi, has witnessed a significant escalation in ransomware attacks, reaching an unprecedented climax.
In the first half of 2021, a study conducted by SonicWall revealed a remarkable 151% increase in ransomware attacks worldwide compared to the same period in the previous year. This substantial growth serves as evidence that no business is exempt from the reach of malicious actors, while simultaneously emphasizing that our team has the ability to decrypt files and provide assistance to victims, regardless of their situation.
In light of this expansion, Digital Recovery is fully devoted to the development of cutting-edge technologies designed to remotely decrypt a wide range of encrypted data sources, including databases, storage devices, virtual machines, servers, RAID systems, and numerous other storage devices affected by CIA ransomware.
We have satisfied customers all over the world, with our help they have surely saved millions of dollars by not paying the ransom demanded by the criminals.
With hundreds of ransomware out there, concerns about the alarming growth of attacks are compounded by the appearance of new and even more advanced variants on a daily basis.
If you already got a negative Diagnosis or the runtime does not meet your expectations, we accept the challenge of analyzing your ransomware case.
Digital Recovery is dedicated to very complex cases and specialized in the remote recovery of files encrypted by CIA ransomware. We have the most sophisticated technologies on the market and our specialists are highly qualified.
We have developed a unique technology, which we call Tracer, and we have been successful in recovering encrypted files. We can perform decryption anywhere in the U.A.E and around the world through remote recovery, a solution also developed by our specialists.
The process of remote decryption takes place within a highly secure virtual environment, ensuring utmost safety. To initiate the recovery, all that is required is a laptop connected to the affected media and a stable internet connection. Once connected, one of our skilled specialists can promptly access the media and commence the file decryption process without delay.
We create the recovery in emergency mode, in this mode our laboratory works with 24x7x365 availability. All this so that decryption is carried out as quickly and securely as possible.
The security of our clients’ data is of utmost importance to us. As a result, we have meticulously developed all our processes in compliance with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) guidelines. Additionally, we offer the option of signing a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). However, if clients prefer to provide their own contract, we are open to analyzing and adapting our approach to accommodate their specific requirements.
Contact one of our experts and start the file decryption process right now.
There is still hope for your lost data, our entire team is at your company's disposal.
Every day, CIA ransomware attacks get better and better. After a successful attack attempt, ransomware quickly maps the user’s most important files to begin encryption. Microsoft Office files, databases, PDFs and design are among its main targets.
The recovery process involves remote access to a connected laptop that has been affected by the CIA ransomware. By analyzing the files stored on the hard drive, we can retrieve the encrypted data without requiring the decryption key.
All that is needed is a dedicated laptop that is connected to the Internet and connected to the CIA ransomware-affected device
Every day witnesses CIA ransomware attacks, with the most pronounced surge observed during weekends and holidays. The scarcity of network traffic on these particular days provides an advantageous setting for ransomware activities, as it reduces the likelihood of user detection.
They normally use RSA [Rivest-Shamir-Adleman]-2048 and AES [Advanced Encryption Standard] with 256 bits.
Certainly, once the attack is detected, it becomes possible to minimize the impact inflicted by CIA ransomware. Research indicates that in 2020, users were able to halt approximately 15% of the attacks.
Suspicious behaviors such as excessive utilization of processing power, memory, and disk access warrant thorough investigation to determine if an ongoing attack is underway.