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LumpiFromWales

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  1. I have reformatted the infected system disk (offline) and restored from the backup so I can't run FRST on the system disk. I still have the encrypted data disk (recorded TV programs), should I run FRST on that disk? Also, WIndows 10 gives me a 'suspicious download'-type message when I try to run the FRST install, so I'm not too keen. Thanks
  2. id-ransomware tells me this is GlobelImposter 2.0:https://id-ransomware.malwarehunterteam.com/identify.php?case=4a86169d3b01d25554ca87fd462ba7500cdde36b
  3. I reinstalled Windows 7 on my Media Center last week. As part of the setup I installed a dodgy-looking exe file (CyberLinkDVD16, I have a valid paid-for key but I couldn't find the install files and the official download link doesn't work) I ran Malwarebytes straight after, everything was OK. 2 days later all my files were encrypted with extension 'crypted_luedtkis@feudtory_com', I have backups for the OS etc. but not for 4TB of TV shows (annoying but not the end of the world). Malwarebytes still didn't find anything! id-ransomware tells me this is GlobelImposter 2.0 There is also a post about this from bcj1998
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