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I have no immediate info on this particular Ransonware/Malware, I am sorry. Quite possibly one of my Colleagues could add further to the Discussion.
During the meantime I would suggest that you run the latest McAfee Getsusp, so as it could add it to the McAfee Global Threat Intelligence Base. Please add your email address under "Preferences" before scanning.
I would follow up by running the Latest Stinger/Rootkit Tool (Read how to use) in addition for a second opinion, try Malwarebytes (Free) for a second opinion. To keep it (Free) DO NOT enable any trial offers/or activate the Pro/Paid version.
These Superb Free Tools and others can be obtained here:Anti-Spyware/Malware & Hijacker Tools
Wishing you all the best
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Whilst antivirus software generally has mixed results dealing with the actual infection, once your files are encrypted there is no way of decrypting them. Paying the ransom is not guaranteed to help either and could be construed by law enforcement as aiding and abetting organized crime.
At the first sign that something was wrong, the only thing you should have done was power the machine off immediately without touching any keys or mouse, in other words, pulling the plug.
Turn back on and boot into Safe Mode and hope that you can use "System Restore" to return to a normal state.
If that no longer is an option then your files are lost and you can either use some tools in the last link below or reinstall your operating system.
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