Password to Unlock Files Held Hostage by Ransomware Trojan Revealed

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We’ve written several stories in the past about what is now being dubbed “ransomware”, Trojans which hold your files hostage for ransom, some of which was attributed to a security hole in Internet Explorer which let the ransom Trojan in.

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Password to Unlock Files Held Hostage by Ransomware Trojan Revealed

The most recent article was just a few weeks ago, with the appearance of Trojan ransomware Ransom-A.


 

Now the password for one of the newest ransomware Trojans, “Archiveus”, has been discovered and is being made public.

The password for the Archiveus ransomware trojan is:

mf2lro8sw03ufvnsq034jfowr18f3cszc20vmw

According to All Headline News, that password “should restore all the hijacked files.”

  
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Password to Unlock Files Held Hostage by Ransomware Trojan Revealed

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