Kaspersky ScatterDecryptor 184.108.40.206
Subsequent to downloading it, you can decompress the archive and run the executable, as it does not require installation in order to function, but you do need to use your administrator privileges.
As a result, you can store Kaspersky ScatterDecryptor on removable memory devices and transport it with you, using it anywhere you think the Trojan has done some damage, be it at home or at the office.
Clear-cut and accessible appearance
The application displays a very user-friendly and approachable interface, making it easy to handle by anyone, regardless of your level of prior experience with such tools.
To attest to its simplicity, the main window of Kaspersky ScatterDecryptor only features a ‘Start Scan’ button, while the ‘Change Parameters’ option allows you to modify the analysis settings (the objects to be analyzed and how to dispose of the decrypted files).
Locate and decrypt files afflicted by the Ransom.BAT.Scatter Trojan
In order to function properly, after pressing the ‘Start Scan’ button, you will need to specify the precise location of a single encrypted file, by browsing through your PC and opening the item in the program.
Afterward, Kaspersky ScatterDecryptor is capable of detecting the rest of the encrypted files on its own, restoring them to their original state. When complete, the results are displayed in a log window, along with the duration of the scan, the number of processed items, as well as the number of found and decrypted files.
A handy tool for repairing the effects of Trojan.Ransom.BAT.Scatter
In closing, Kaspersky ScatterDecryptor proves to be a highly useful and effective application that you can resort to if you believe your computer may have been the target of this Trojan, as it helps you fix all the encrypted files in just a few mouse moves.
Reviewed by Marina Dan on July 30th, 2014
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Application descriptionKaspersky ScatterDecryptor is a lightweight program aimed to serve your security-related needs, by decoding the files ...