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locker v1.83 [Closed]

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All your personal files on this computer are locked and encrypted by Locker v1.83. The encrypting has been done by professional software and your files such as; photo’s, video’s and  cryptocurrency wallets are not damaged but just not readable for now. You can find the complete list with all your encrypted files in the files tab.
The encrypted files can only be unlocked by a unique 2048-bit RSA private key that is safely stored on our server till 28.05.2015 00:15:10. If the key is not obtained before that moment it will be destroyed and you will not be able to open your files ever again. 
Obtaining your unique private key is easy and can be done by clicking on the payment tab and pay a small amount of 0,1 BTC to the wallet address that was created for you. If the payment is confirmed the decryption key will be send to your computer and the Locker software will automatically start the decrypting process. We have absolutely no interest in keeping your files encrypted forever.
You can still safely use your computer, no new files will be encrypted and no malware will be installed. When the files are encrypted Locker v1.83 will automatically uninstall itself.
Please help

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