Is there a free online stop djvu decryptor? Is there any website that can decrypt files encrypted by STOP (Djvu) ransomware for free?
If you are looking for a online service or website that is an stop djvu decryptor, then I have to disappoint you, ‘online stop djvu decryptor’ does not exist! But there is a free program (decryptor) that can decrypt files if they were encrypted with an ‘offline key’. The ‘offline key’ is a key that the STOP (Djvu) ransomware uses when it cannot establish an Internet connection with its command server before encrypting files.
If you do not know what key your files were encrypted with, then it is very easy to find out. To do this, you do not need some an online service or a web site, you can do it yourself, just carefully look at the contents of the file with the name ‘_readme.txt’, which is located in each directory where there are encrypted files.
1. Open file ‘_readme.txt’
2. Scroll down
3. Find “Your personal ID” line
4. Below is your id, it starts at ‘0’.
If your id ends with ‘t1’, then your files are encrypted with an offline key and you can decrypt them. Learn more about how to download and use the stop djvu decryptor in the article linked below: