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[ XTBL Ransomware Decryption ]

What is XTBL Ransomware?

The.XTBL virus, also known as the Troldesh Trojan, adds an extension to every file and creates a ReadMe.Txt document in every folder containing encrypted data. Besides the files and folders, XTBL will also target your desktop screen placing a note encouraging you to read the ReadMe document. The Troldesh Trojan uses the RSA-2048 key (AES CBC 256-bit encryption algorithm), appending the.XTBL extension to encrypted files. XTBL then displays a message which offers to decrypt the data if payment in Bitcoins is made.

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Is my system infected with Dharma Ransomware?

Some of the most common ways to determine if your system has been compromised are;

  • A pop-up message stating your data has been encrypted and asking for ransom.

  • Most files won’t open and ask for a password.

  • Files have been renamed with a new extension.

    • .Adobe, .Bip, .Brrr, .Combo, .Java, .Brrr, .Aleta, .Arena, .Gamma, .XTBL, Etc…

  • Applications won’t open.

  • Disabled antivirus software.

  • The system is locked down.

Submit an online case or talk to one of our Ransomware Specialists to evaluate!

How can you protect yourself from Ransomware?

Some helpful tips to help protect yourself are;

Reliable backups!

Be wary of unsolicited attachments, even from people you know! Restrict RDP access – Port 3389

Endpoint/network security

Windows and security patch updates!

Complex passwords

Please submit an online case or talk to one of our Ransomware Specialists to evaluate!

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