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**Efficient Data Retrieval Services**: Protecting Your Critical Information In today's digital landscape, data is indispensable, whether for individuals or businesses. Nonetheless, data loss can strike unexpectedly, including hardware failures, accidental deletions, or even cyberattacks. Our data recovery services offer a lifeline when disaster strikes. With advanced techniques and state-of-the-art tools, our specialists are skilled at recovering lost data from damaged or compromised storage devices. Whether it's critical business documents, cherished family photos, or crucial project files, your invaluable digital assets.

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OUR RESPONSE TEAM IS READY TO HELP!

Whitestone SPECIALIZING IN HELPING BUSINESSES REMOVE RANSOMWARE & RESTORE ENCRYPTED FILES

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Whitestone HOW DO I KNOW IF I’M A VICTIM OF RANSOMWARE?

Ransomware is a particularly vicious form of malicious malware which takes over your computer encrypting your own files, and threatens you with harm by denying you access to your own data. The cybercriminal or hacker then demands a ransom promising — that once they are paid — they will restore access to your data once more.

The victims are usually shown instructions on how to pay a fee in order to receive a decryption key. The costs can range from a few hundred dollars to many thousands, payable to cybercriminals in untraceable Bitcoin.

Whitestone ARE YOU AFFILIATED WITH THE HACKERS?

NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT! We do not condone or encourage you to pay the ransom for your own data, however, in certain cases when there is no other option our trained decryption specialists can help negotiate the ransom in return for good clean decryption keys to be able to restore your data. We leverage our prior experience in handling the ransomware variants to achieve the highest level of sucess and safe return of your data.

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66%

Say they will never pay ransom

65%

Actually have paid ransom

81%

Report this crime to local authorities

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Whitestone How the decryption process work?

Ransomware is a particularly vicious form of malicious malware which takes over your computer encrypting your own files, and threatens you with harm by denying you access to your own data. The cybercriminal or hacker then demands a ransom promising — that once they are paid — they will restore access to your data once more.

The victims are usually shown instructions on how to pay a fee in order to receive a decryption key. The costs can range from a few hundred dollars to many thousands, payable to cybercriminals in untraceable Bitcoin.