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The "new" kind of ransomware invade your computer and crypt all your files using the RSA-2048.
Personally, I have been victim of cryptodefense: 40000 files encrypted... I'm not going to pay anything to this &? but this is a big loss. I have a lot of files in both form: crypted and uncrypted (backup from 2011...)
Is there any chance to apply a known plain text attack on RSA-2048. I read another topic and it seems that if you have two files you miss a variable (e) but is there any way to find it with more than a thousand of files?
Does that means that this is a question of calculation capacity (in that case I'm gonna wait a couple of years to have my pictures back ;-)