An article by Charlie Osborne for ZDnet/Zero Day includes an alphabetical list of ransomware families for which decrypters are available, with links. It’s not, of course, a complete list (either of remediable ransomware or of reputable sources of decrypters) but the sources it does list are indeed reputable. As we’re seeing an increasing number of less reputable sources misusing SEO, blog comments and so on, that’s not a small consideration. Added to the Specific Ransomware Families and Types and Ransomware Recovery and Prevention pages.
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Ransomware listed includes: Al-Namrood, Apocalypse, ApocalypseVM, Autolocky, BadBlock, Bart, Bitcryptor, Cerber v.1, Chimera, CoinVault, CrypBoss, CryptoDefense, CryptInfinite, CryptXXX v.1 & 2, CryptXXX v1, 2, 3, 4, 5, DMALocker, DMALocker2, Fabiansomware, FenixLocker, Gomasom, Globe, Harasom, HydraCrypt, Jigsaw, KeyBTC, Lechiffree, Marsjoke | Polyglot, Nemucod, Nemucod, MirCop, Operation Global III, TeslaCrypt, PClock, Petya, Philadelphia, PowerWare, Rakhni & similar, Rannoh, Shade v1 & 2, SNSLocker, Stampado, TeslaCrypt v1, 2, 3, 4, UmbreCrypt, Vandev, Wildfire, Xorist, 777