Kaspersky Lab has obtained all decryption keys for CoinVault and Bitcryptor ransomware. The company now offers a free tool that will allow those affected to decrypt their own data at no cost.
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If you have been a victim of "CoinVault" ransomware, Kaspersky Labs has a new tool that could help you recover your encrypted files. The tool is available as a free download.
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