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Old 27th November 2019, 00:12   #21  |  Link
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when I was ransomware attacked 2 years ago and the system was chock full of "gigaquads" of video files waiting for me to work on, I discovered months later that both DGSource and Mpeg2Source would SKIP OVER the corrupted (encrypted) header to find that other than the 1st few seconds, the rest of the video and audio was INTACT! Gee, was I thrilled to discover THAT! I don't have $6000 to pay an evil extortioner.
Had you already (DG)Indexed the files (prior to extortion) or were they indexed after they were made 'non-playable' ?

[ie was it the pre-existing indexing that enabled defeat of blackmailer, or did they index ok even after being obfuscated].

EDIT: I assume that DgSource also indexes files akin to DgIndex.

EDIT: And I dont suppose that you still have samples of the obfuscated files, or do you ?
And what types of files worked OK, VOB ? [I'm guessin' VOB or TS or Mpeg2 Program Stream], and were there any file types that generally did not work OK.
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