Not sure which ransomware has infected your PC? This free tool could help you find the right decryption package.

With new ransomware variants appearing all the time - recent new discoveries include PrincessLocker and Defray - and malicious developers continually updating tried and tested ransomware families such as Locky, it can be difficult for the average user to understand what they've been infected with should they fall victim to an attack.
In order to help victims Bitdefender has released a free software suite that identifies which family and sub-version of ransomware has locked the victim's data and leads them to the appropriate decryption tool - if it exists.

The Bitdefender Ransomware Recognition Tool analyses the ransom note and the encrypted file samples to identify the strain of ransomware and suggest a decryption tool based on indicators of confidence. If the ransomware has an associated decryption tool, the platform provides a link to it in order to allow the victim to retrieve the files for free.
Not sure which ransomware has infected your PC? This free tool could help you find the right decryption package | ZDNet