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    One of my clients has been hit with ransomware which has encrypted files and left them with a .ransom extension
    It seems nastier than most in that it has deleted shadow copies and appears to have done things to the backup drives too

    I haven’t read the info files it has left, and haven’t had any luck locating other instances of the same file extension.

    Has anyone met this one, or know what I should be googling for to find out more?

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