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Encrypted files by Win32.Mabezat.A

Encrypted files by Win32.Mabezat.A

Encrypted files by Win32.Mabezat.A

I can not open a file type docx, doc, xls, ppt, pdf because i got infected by Win32.Mabezat.
infection was on another machine, and after I got fired Mabezat one folder from the old machine on which there is give importantly, the problem is that I can not seem to open the files in the folder are recovered well after searching I found the cause of several site Mabezat encrypts files like doc, docx, xls ..... as is indicated on the site AVG:


If the current system date matches the condition:
year greater or equal 2012, month greater
or equal 10 and day greater or equal 16,
files with the following extensions are encrypted:
The encryption consists simply of adding 0x10 to each byte of the file.
So please if anyone here can give me a solution to solve and backup my files by a tool or a script that can be able to decrypt it !
Thank you !

RE: Encrypted files by Win32.Mabezat.A

OK Finally 2thumbsup,i found the solution to Decrypt Win32.Mabezat.A; So i would share it with you, may be this solution help somebody else thumbsup2
Here in a French Forum Thanks to the Author (sevyc64)
A Tool to Decrypt Mabezat DecryptMabezat.7z

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