Stop - Ransomware
The ransomware, also known as Djvu, used AES encryption and added one of more than 100 different extensions to infected files. The malicious software was discovered at the end of 2017 with new variants appearing on the threat landscape throughout 2018 and 2019. The ransom note for some variants report to give the victim a 50% discount if the threat actor is contacted via email within 72 hours. The threat is no longer active, and a decryption tool has been released for those that are affected.