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Has Your Business Fallen Victim to BadRabbit Ransomware?

Our Ransomware Response Team is ready to help. Specializing in Helping Businesses remove ransomware & restore encrypted files.

BadRabbit Ransomware Recovery Services

Rely on Intelecis to prioritize your data recovery because downtime has a significant negative impact on business performance across all industries. Numerous businesses have benefited from the expertise of our well-equipped Ransomware Team.

What is BadRabbit?

Bad Rabbit originally surfaced in 2017 and resembles the WannaCry and Petya ransomware strains.

A Bad Rabbit attack, which masquerades as an Adobe Flash installer, spreads via drive-by downloads on hijacked websites, thus people may become infected just by going to a malicious or compromised website. Websites that have JavaScript injected into their HTML code can contain the Bad Rabbit virus.

The BadRabbit ransomware encrypts files and displays users with a somber black-and-red warning if they click on the malicious installer. You can no longer access your files if you see this text, according to the message, in part. Perhaps you were trying to figure out how to get your data back. Avoid wasting time…


A network can be attacked by ransomware like Bad Rabbit in one of two ways: as a screen locker or as an encryptor (as is the case with the Bad Rabbit infection). Data on a targeted system is encrypted, rendering it unusable without a decryption key. Using a lock screen that merely states that the system is encrypted, a screen locker merely prevents users from accessing the system.

In any scenario, avoiding the Bad Rabbit ransomware is considerably preferable to dealing with it.

When you become aware that you have been the victim of a Bad Rabbit ransomware attack, take the following actions:

  • Speak to the police.
  • Turn off any computers, servers, and other networked devices.
  • Use your expertise in threat intelligence to estimate the size of the issue.
  • Coordinate a reaction. Screen lockers are one sort of ransomware that is simpler to remove. For some, it could be necessary to entirely re-imagine (wipe) computers and restore files from backups.
  • Look for free decryption tools for ransomware, but don’t rely on them. They might not be able to assist you to recover your files because they don’t work for all kinds of ransomware.
  • Use your backup systems to restore captive files.

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