In the event a computer is infected with CryptoLocker, as a precaution and to prevent any further encryption of your files, we recommend immediately disconnecting the affected computer(s) from your network and attempt to remove the malware from the affected computer(s).
Note: The safest remediation may be to re-format the affected computer to ensure all remnants of the CryptoLocker trojan has been removed.
If your ECHOshare files and folders were affected by CryptoLocker, ECHOshare's data-retention and versioning control may allow you to revert your files to a previous time before they became infected.
Login to ECHOshare Online
Navigate to ECHOshare Online and login to your ECHOshare account.
Navigate to the Project or folder to be restored
Select the Project tab and navigate to the Project, folder or file you wish to restore.
Open the Previous Version window
From the associated action menu, select 'Manage' → 'Previous Version'.
Select the Version to restore
Using the 'Previous' and 'Next' buttons, navigate to the desired version date, then click 'Actions' → 'Restore'.
Select the Device to restore to from the available devices
Note that device needs to be online to perform this task!
Select the location to restore the files to:
Use Desktop folder
The restored files will be downloaded to your Desktop
Use default restore folder
The restored files will be downloaded to the default downloads location
Browse for a different directory
The restored files will be downloaded to your desired directory
Re-upload the Project, folder or file
Once the restore process has been completed, you will be required to re-upload the files to overwrite the affected files:
- Disconnect or shutdown the ECHOshare Desktop Agent
- Within ECHOshare Online, delete the Project, folder or file
- Reconnect or startup the ECHOshare Desktop Agent
- Move the restored Project, folder or file into the desired location within the ECHOshare Workplace folder
Note that you will also need to setup the sharing permissions for any Projects or folders that are uploaded, as these will be overwritten in performing these steps!