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1. Open a Command prompt by clicking Start, typing cmd, and run as Administrator Command Prompt.

2. Type diskpart and press Enter.

3. Type list volume and press Enter.

4. Type select volume #, where # is the number of the drive that’s giving you the “write-protected” error. In my case, I ended up typing select volume 3.

5. Type attributes disk clear readonly and press Enter.

6. Type exit and press Enter.

In some cases I can decrypt your crypted important files.

(Updated: 23th of June 2015)

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Cryptolocker presentation 13th of May 2014 (english)

CryptoLocker presentation text (english)