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Stealthy Microsoft SQL Server Backdoor Malware Spotted in the Wild
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Attention Linux Users!
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New 0-Day Flaw Affecting Most Android Phones Being Exploited in the Wild
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Microsoft Releases Emergency Patches for IE 0-Day and Windows Defender Flaw
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Mabezat Recovery Tool
Mabezat Recovery Tool
- Virus Name "Mabezat.b"
- Virus generation B
- Infection type – files infection and encryption
- Mebezat.b virus attack details
- The tool recovers different files encrypted by Mabezat virus. It has two options for recovering files
- Single file recovery option
- Multiple files recovery option (provided in a specific directory)
- It recovers files and then stores them in a new directory called "Recovered" by the same filename. The "Recovered" directory is created for each new directories where corrupted files are present
- To use the single file recovery option, first check the "for single file recovery click here" option and select the file to recover.
- Minimum requirements
- XP service pack2 and above
- For service pack 1 users upgrade to service pack 2 or above
Mabezat Recovery Tool Screenshots