Is there any way to break the encryption on an unidentified file? The files in question are the config and log files from Ardamax keylogger. These files date back to 2008.
I searched everywhere, nothing on slashdot, nothing on google. Ardamax Keyviewer? Should I just write to Ardamax? I am at a loss of what to do. I feel compromised. Has anyone managed to decrypt files like this with cryptanalysis?
There are log files in the folder and a configuration file, "akv.cfg". Is it possible to decrypt the files and maybe getting the attackers email address used to receive the keylogger logs?
I've checked ardamax.com. They have a built-in log viewer, but it's unavailable for download. If superuser isn't the proper place to ask, know where I might get help?