On a serious note... Things like this aren't easy to crack, but not impossible for some of those. I remember the case of one older women living near me, few years ago some kind of ransomware (she clicked on some fishy *.exe in attachment of e-mail message) encrypted thousands of pictures, videos and docs on her laptop asking for some $200 or a bit more ransom to decrypt everything, but there was time limit for that, few weeks iirc and she was late so all of here files were encrypted without chance to be usable again. It was some new V2 or whatever type of ransomware, freshly released month or two before and back then there was no way to crack it, dunno now. Few weeks before that someone found a way and made a tool to crack/decrypt previous not sure V1 or it was V1.1 revision of the same type of ransomware, found a forum/thread about that ransomware, how it works, how it was cracked, decryption tool and lots of posts people thanking the author of that decrypion tool... and lots of other post of people crying because they were stucked with much more advanced V2 revision of same ransomware. Later I've never checked if that newer revision was busted or not.