I am working on a clients computer which has been infected with Cryptolocker. Is there a way to pinpoint where and when this became infected?
I want to try moving the restore image to a new computer to see if the files can be opened that way. I tried restoring back to before the infection, but the files are still encrypted/corrupted. Can data recovery restore these files? Is moving the image feasible?
If they got the red ransom page display then their files are already encrypted. There is no recovery other than paying the ransom. If you disabled and removed the process before the ransom message then
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