At the end of March a new ransomware that was baptized with the name of Petya was out. Like other Ransomwares, the Petya has the ability to encrypt all hard drive information and at the end of ransom to the user.
But the users who have been caught by this ransomware can now breathe of relief as there are already solution.
The ransomware Petya uses as bait a supposed job offer that arrives by email, and the user is led to download a so-called Curriculum Vitae (which is actually the malicious file) that is hosted on Dropbox.
Recently an anonymous programmer provided via Github a tool that allows you to decrypt data that was encrypted by ransomware Petya.
According to reports, the tool works perfectly, despite being complex for a user with little knowledge in the IT area.