Your files were encrypted by STOP/DJVU ransomware variant which uses .reco file marker during the encryption process. Therefore, it was dubbed as RECO file extension virus.
Unfortunately, at the moment there are no possible decryption options for victim’s of this ransomware. However, you should eliminate it from your computer instantly along with Azorult Trojan that it spreads. This Trojan tends to steal passwords, so it is very dangerous for your security.
Read a full Reco virus description and removal guide here.
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