Muhstik Decryptor Released

A twitter account name battleck replied to my tweet regarding the muhstik ransomware claiming that he has hacked the server and recovered the keys for the encrypted files which he has posted here. I found my keys matching it to the last line in the ransom note and have proceeded to decrypt. So far it seems to be working. Awesome work!

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eCh0raix QNAPCrypt/Synology-NAS

Last night my home NAS which is an 8-Bay 24 Terabyte multimedia storage was hit with a cryptovirus variant called the MUHSTIK. My NAS contained photos archive, home videos, Movies, TV series & some music as well as full PC backups which is now unreadable. This new variant of the eCh0raix has started to gain traction in the last 48-72 hours with users reporting it on BleepingComputer.Com forums which seems to be targeting QNAP devices. It is believed that a Russian Cybercrime group FullofDeep was behind campaigns targeting Qnap Storage Devices.

Epic Rides

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As I lay here with my broken collarbone and fractured ribs for potentially another 6-8 weeks, I’m thinking about when I’m going to get back on my bike again and what kind of riding I’ll be able to do once I get back. One thing is for sure, it will be a struggle and it will be harder to get back to the same level of fitness than ever before. One thing I do have to keep me motivated and keep inspired is a new bike as well as a bit of time up my sleeve to plan a couple of epic rides either on my own or with a group of friends.