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Usually, the malicious Petya-Mischa bundle travels via deceptive emails, which feature a link to an online cloud containing a PDF file of a supposed job application. In reality, there is no job application and by clicking the indicated link, the user simply downloads the executive virus file on the computer.
Once downloaded the file will look like a regular PDF document. If the user opens this file, a malicious script activates the virus, and the virus installation begins. First, the executive file will try to install Petya. If for some reason, that fails, Mischa ransomware will then be installed on the computer.
LockerPin was the first PIN-locking mobile ransomware to target Android OS devices. It infected users after being downloaded from third-party app stores. Unlike its SimpleLocker predecessor, which was the first to encrypt files on mobile devices, LockerPin could override administrative privileges, stop antivirus programs running on the device and change the victim's PIN. Even if the $500 ransom was paid, however, attackers were unable unlock victims' devices as the PINs were randomly generated and unknown to the attackers.
Unfortunately, these viruses employ cryptographies (e.g., RSA, AES, etc.) that generate unique decryption keys for each victim. Therefore, unless the malware has certain bugs/flaws (e.g., the key is hard-coded or stored locally) or is not fully developed, restoring files manually, without involvement of developers (contacting these people is not recommended) is impossible.
As mentioned above, Bad Rabbit is proliferated using fake Adobe Flash Player update, however, these viruses are also often distributed using spam emails (infectious attachments), unofficial software download sources (peer-to-peer networks, freeware download websites, free file hosting websites, etc.), and trojans.
Furthermore, download software from official sources only and, preferably, using a direct download link. Third party download/installation tools often include malicious apps and, thus, should never be used. Keep installed software up-to-date and use a legitimate anti-virus/anti-spyware suite.
The SamSam encryption makes the recovery a slow and difficult-to-track process, as restoring via partial backups does not induce a full recovery. A full disk re-image must first be created to bring encrypted applications back, followed by incremental restoration of the encrypted files. SamSam encryption technique generates a unique AES key for each individual file and application that it encrypts, making it a hard nut to crack. 1e1e36bf2d