Game Over for GandCrab: New free decryption tool allows victims to unlock all versions of this ransomware

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June 19, 2019
Game Over for GandCrab: New free decryption tool allows victims to unlock all versions of this ransomware
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Shortly after those behind GandCrab announced they are retiring, researchers have released a new tool which nullifies all versions of the ransomware.

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