Recovery of Files Encrypted by Haron Ransomware

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Decrypt Haron Ransomware Files

Ransomware recovery has been a major challenge for data recovery companies around the world. Digital Recovery Dubai will help you recovering your encrypted data.

Digital Recovery, headquartered in Dubai, is a key constituent of the international Digital Recovery Group, which has been actively operating in the data recovery industry for over twenty years. Our extensive expertise lies in the field of ransomware data recovery, enabling us to remotely decrypt files from any location across the globe.

The frequency of Haron ransomware attacks has been escalating rapidly, accompanied by a continuous emergence of new hacker groups employing increasingly advanced techniques and sophisticated programs. Within the U.A.E., specifically in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, ransomware attacks have recently reached an unprecedented peak.

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.

To address this surge, Digital Recovery is committed to advancing technologies that enable remote decryption of various data types, including databases, storage devices, virtual machines, servers, RAID systems, and numerous other storage devices that have fallen victim to Haron ransomware encryption.

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.

Remote File Submission

After talking with our technicians you may upload some of your encrypted files for evaluation.

Advanced Diagnostics

We analyze your files and the ransomware algorithm for possible decryption and data recovery.

Data Reconstruction

We decrypt all files using proprietary technology.

Homologation and Rollback

You can check the functionality of the decrypted data. After your approval, you will receive the recovered files.

Main Ransomware Variants

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.

LockBit 3.0
LockBit 3.0 is the revolution of the famous and powerful LockBit 2.0 that led for many months the list of ransomware groups with the most attacks. The main focus of its attacks are large enterprises.
ALPHV BlackCat
ALPHV BlackCat has attracted attention for being the most advanced malware in recent years. The group was the third to manage to write its variant in the Rust language, which is the most secure and reliable language than those used by the other ransomware groups, which use C and C++.
Mallox
The Mallox ransomware stands out from the vast majority of ransomware groups for its speed in encrypting files. The group's area of operation is restricted, the group avoids some countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Qatar, which hints that the group's members are spread across these countries.
Black Basta
The group mainly targets large corporations, shortly after its development the group already listed 12 victim companies. The group operates a double extortion tactic and has carried out attacks around the world.
Royal
Royal is a rapidly growing ransomware operation that is targeting large companies. Apparently the group is made up of experienced agents from other operations, which brings weight and experience to the group.
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Why Choose Digital Recovery to Decrypt Haron Ransomware?

Digital Recovery is fully committed to tackling highly intricate cases and specializes in the remote recovery of files that have been encrypted by Haron ransomware. Equipped with the most advanced technologies available in the market, our team of highly skilled specialists ensures exceptional expertise in the field.

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.

Through a completely secure virtual environment, remote decryption is conducted with utmost confidentiality. To initiate the recovery, only a laptop connected to the affected media and a reliable internet connection are necessary. Leveraging these simple requirements, our proficient specialists can swiftly access the media and initiate the file decryption process without any delay.

With a focus on expedited and secure decryption, we adopt an emergency mode in our laboratory, ensuring uninterrupted availability throughout the year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This unwavering commitment enables us to carry out the decryption process swiftly and with the highest level of security.

Safeguarding our clients’ data is a top priority for us. In order to uphold the highest standards of security, we have meticulously aligned all our processes with the regulations outlined in the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Furthermore, we offer the option of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). However, if clients prefer to present their own contract, we are more than willing to carefully review and adapt our practices to accommodate their individual preferences.

Contact one of our experts and start the file recovery process right now.

Free Diagnostics

Free advanced diagnostics, with results within 24 working hours in most cases.

Data Confidentiality

We use a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) as the most professional way of guaranteeing confidentiality, reliability and loyalty.

Online Tracking

You will receive information in real time throughout the entire process of carrying out the contracted services.

Remote Recovery

For those who need agility and practicality, as it is not necessary to send the supports and pay for shipping.

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Data List and Double Check

We release a 100% secure environment for the recovered data to be listed and perform an effective check with your IT department.

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Engineers and technicians specialised in data recovery, prepared to deal with all types of environments and hardware.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Ransomware Recovery

With each passing day, Haron ransomware attacks become increasingly advanced. Once an attack is executed successfully, ransomware promptly identifies and selects the user’s vital files to initiate the encryption process. Notably, files such as Microsoft Office documents, databases, PDFs, and design files are among the primary targets singled out by ransomware attackers.

The recovery process involves remote access to a connected laptop that has been affected by the Haron ransomware. By analyzing the files stored on the hard drive, we can retrieve the encrypted data without requiring the decryption key.

A dedicated laptop, connected to both the Internet and the device impacted by Haron ransomware, is all that is necessary for the recovery process to commence.

Haron Ransomware attacks take place on a daily basis, with the highest frequency observed during weekends and holidays. The reduced network traffic on these days creates a favorable environment for ransomware operations, as it becomes less likely to be detected by users.

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 Haron ransomware. Research indicates that in 2020, users were able to halt approximately 15% of the attacks.

  • Organization – A good way to start prevention is the organization and documentation of networks, computers and systems. Having a good documentation of the computer fleet can help a lot in the prevention process. Be aware of what software is allowed and used. Create rules so that ordinary users do not install any software on computers. Know which computers, laptops and mobile phones have access to the physical network and Wi-Fi in your home or business.
  • Strong passwords – Do not use the same passwords for everything. Avoid dates of birth and birthdays. If possible, install a password manager that suggests and stores a password with a high level of difficulty to be discovered.
  • Security Solutions – A good security solution includes in its toolkit a good antivirus and a number of other tools in order to report, prevent and neutralize cyber-attacks. The value of a safe, as well as the time and security appliances invested to protect it, is directly related to the list of items you intend to keep inside. If you have very valuable data on your computers, make an equivalent investment to protect your information.
  • Efficient backup policies – Have a good backup policy. Unfortunately, we have had cases where the customer, when attacked by the ransomware, was quite calm because their backups were properly updated. But upon returning the backup files, it was discovered that they were also encrypted by the ransomware. Remember also that a backup is always a second copy of the same information. Making a copy of the data on an external drive and then deleting the data from the computer’s HD does not make it a backup. Today there are very secure ways of backing up data. Redundant backup policies in the data center are best.
  • Beware of email – A lot of bad things can get into computers through email. Establish policies so that emails used in the company are for business purposes only. You can also configure security applications to disallow downloading, opening or accessing links and email attachments.
  • Beware of software cracking programmes – Software crackers always come from dubious sources. But what are they and what are they for? Imagine that you download a demo version of a particular program. But after a few days of use the program stops working because the demo period has expired. The way to continue using the program is to buy a legal copy of it. But there are usually sites on the Internet that can provide you with “free” software that will crack your software to make it work as if you had bought the original version. Be very careful with these programs. It is hard to believe that someone would create such a program and not want anything in return. If this program opens a virtual door on your computer to be accessed after 6 months, you will never suspect that the attack was carried out by a trojan that entered your computer six months ago.

High consumption of processing, memory and disk access are suspicious behaviors, which should be thoroughly investigated to assess whether an attack is in progress.

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