I have a client that was a victim of the Deadbolt ransomeware. It was on an Asustor NAS. The configuration was 4 disks RAID 10 (2 in RAID 0 then mirrored to another 2 in RAID 0). I hope that's right. I was able to use recovery software with only one disk and got a ton of information...
Hi everyone, I have made a huge mistake by resetting my phone without checking if I had already wrote some of my passwords somewhere else; knowing it is hard to recover data after formatting, I searched the internet to find a solution - and usually those apps on PS don't work. I found out about...
I recently had a massive hardware failure on my primary SSD drive.
Using safecopy, I made an image of the /home partition, which was encrypted with ecryptfs. I get errors when attempting to mount the .ISO image, related to bad blocks which are present.
Currently running scalpel in an attempt...
my girlfriend dropped her phone (motorola G5+) into a creek. This damaged it in such a way, that it starts up, the touch screen works, but the display stays black. You can feel it vibrating while blindly guessing the lock pattern.
She already sent it to a repair shop, but they didn't manage...
I love Ubuntu, started using 16.04 in December. I was trying to use some terminal commands to resolve an issue with Docker, and I think that's what led to Ubuntu failing to boot thereafter.
(The main question is: How do I recover my data?)
Here are the commands I put in (with...
recently I accidentally let the Win32DiskManager write a Windows partition on my hard drive.
Therefore the partition with my Images etc is unallocated.
How can i "re-allocate" the partition without loosing my data?
I can use either Linux, Windows or MacOS.
Thanks in advance
I've got a disc drive mounted in a caddy that uses linux to communicate with the (home, Windows) network. The drive has been failing to mount, usually returning a message like "wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1, missing codepage or helper program, or other error".