How to recover TeslaCrypt .vvv encrypted files?

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    Bjm_Borjs

    Few days ago, a TeslaCrypt virus infected my computer. All my file extensions were changed to .vvv. All of them were encrypted by the virus. The warning says I need to send payment in order to decrypt all files on my computer. I am not willing to pay these attackers only to recover my files.

    Anyone here have any idea how can I recover all files encrypted by TeslaCrypt? How can I reverse the changes made by the virus to restore all .vvv files to its original form? If you have tools that can be use to solve this issue kindly send me the links where I can download them.

    Aside from removal procedures, please also provide a hint so that my computer will be free from TeslaCrypt and other ransomware currently spreading on the internet. It seems that anti-virus alone cannot protect the computer against this malware. I have an anti-virus installed, but TeslaCrypt still manages to sneak into the computer.

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    Billy52

    Before making any recovery, I highly suggest that you make a backup copy of all the files. Just in case you mess up with the recovery of .VVV files, you still have a backup.

    I will presume that you have already removed TeslaCrypt virus from the PC using various removal guides. If not, you can first remove it using the instructions here:
    https://malwarefixes.com/remove-teslacrypt-ransomware-vvv-encrypted-files/

    Once TeslaCrypt is removed from the computer, please proceed with the recovery of .VVV encrypted files.

    1. Download TeslaDecoder from the following link:
    http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/BloodDolly/TeslaDecoder.zip

    2. Make a folder named Tesladecoder and uzip all contents on that location.

    3. To test, copy any TeslaCrypt encrypted files on that folder and see if it will work. This should work for most versions. If in case newer version of TeslaCrypt have infected your computer, please read and follow the attached instructions to recover your files.

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    cihan

    i can help infected users with Teslacrypt for only extentions (.vvv, .ecc, .ezz, .exx, .xyz, .zzz, .aaa, .abc, .ccc), please contact me by email mcerdem82@yahoo.com

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    Diver

    My PC was infected in late December 2015. I never thought I would see my files again. These tools and easy to follow instructions got all of my files restored. Thank You!

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