ScatterDecryptor tool for restoring files encrypted by Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Scatter and Trojan-Ransom.BAT.Scatter ransomware
Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Scatter and Trojan-Ransom.BAT.Scatter are types of ransomware which encrypts user files with an open cryptographic key to make them inaccessible. Use the ScatterDecryptor tool to decrypt the files with PZDC, CRYPT and GOOD extensions.
To avoid infection:
- Download and install Kaspersky Internet Security, which will protect your computer against screen-locking and file-encrypting malware.
- Follow the instructions in this article.
How to decrypt files with ScatterDecryptor
- Open the ScatterDecryptor archive and extract the files from it using an archiving tool (for example, 7-Zip).
- Run ScatterDecryptor.exe on the infected computer.
- Read the Kaspersky End User License Agreement. Click Accept if you agree with its terms.
- Click Change parameters.
- In the Objects to scan section, select the drives you want to scan. To delete encrypted files after the scan, select the checkbox in the Additional options section.
- Click OK.
- Click Start scan.
- Specify the path to one of the encrypted files.
Files will be decrypted and their copies will be deleted.
- Information about the scan, click Details.
- A history of all scans performed previously, click Report in the top-right corner.
What to do if the tool did not help
If the tool didn’t help, contact Kaspersky Customer Service.