Avast has released a decryption tool for Babuk ransomware that allows victims to recover their files for free.

Avast Threat Labs tweeted that the decryptor was created using the leaked source code and decryption keys.

Babuk is Russian ransomware, its source code was leaked, along with some of the decryption keys, in September 2021.

Once encrypted files, Babuk appends one of the following extensions to the file name:

  • .babuk
  • .babyk
  • .doydo

Avast released a free decryptor for the Babuk ransomware here.

Motel One Data Breach Exposes Customers' Info, Credit Cards