Monday, May 22, 2017

Wanakey: Download WanaKiwi Tool For Ransomware Decryption

   
   
Is you PC affected by the latest deadly Ransomware called WanaCry? A timely solution to the attack is here. Well, in case you don't know, a malware called Ransomeware (aka WanaCry) has affected more than 300,000 computers in 150 nations since its attack on computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system last Friday.

The way it works? Very dangerous! Once your company is infected, the ransomware encrypts your data demands ransom payments from the infected computers in the Bitcoincryptocurrency. Hence the name "Ransomeware" But good news is there is a fix now so no need to pay any ransom anymore as security experts released a decryption tool called WanaKiwi. or WanaKey

WanaKiwi can be used on Windows XP, Vista, 7, Server 2003, and Server 2008, and can run using the command prompt. If your system is affected by Ransomeware, follow the below link to download the decryption tool kit.

WHERE TO GET IT

Download Wanakey. The guides on how to run it is provided there as well.

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17 comments:

  1. My effort has finally paid off. Thanks for updating the house on this.

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    1. Yes you rightly said something about it days ago

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  2. Thanks bro for d update, it helps alot

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  3. Here comes another malware:

    Beware of Judy: Researchers reveal Android malware may have already infected over 36 MILLION handsets globally.

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  4. Security experts have warned of a major Android malware scam on Google's Play Store.

    Dubbed malware, its uses apps believed to have been downloaded up to 18 million times to infect devices.


    nce installed on a phone, the apps generate large amounts of fraudulent clicks on advertisements, generating revenues for the perpetrators behind it.

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  5. HOW THEN DOES THIS MALWARE WORKS:

    The malware, dubbed 'Judy', is an auto-clicking adware which was found on 41 apps developed by a Korean company.

    The malware uses infected devices(ANDROID PHONES) to generate large amounts of fraudulent clicks on advertisements,thereby generating revenues for the perpetrators behind it.

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    1. Yea it has already infected some apps in Playstore but Google acted wisely by removing them from their app store

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    2. You are perfectly correct but so many of our readers might not be aware of this.

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  6. What is actually happening to our beloved Windows OS?

    I have just came across this piece and i wanna share with the house.


    Critical vulnerability has been discovered in Microsoft Windows Defender!

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  7. I'm really confused as to why we now have so many malware and viruses in the net.


    Recently, a Croatian security researcher who is a member of the Croatian government’s computer emergency response team (CERT), has discovered a new dangerous malware which is more powerful than WannaCry.

    Here is a little introduction





    Warning! This Malware Is More Powerful Than WannaCry

    EternalRocks is the new and powerful virus that has just been discovered by Croatian cybersecurity expert Miroslav Stampar, who claims to be more powerful than WannaCry, the ransomware that infected computers in more than 150 countries in mid-May. This new worm contains at least seven “exploits” that supposedly would come from the US National Security Agency (NSA).

    Six of these NSA tools were used by the US agency to carry out cybersquatting actions and would have been leaked by hacking group ShadowBrokers.

    According to Stampar, EternalRocks exploits the vulnerabilities in Windows regarding the SMB network protocol, using the exploits EternalBlue, EternalChampion, EternalRomance, EternalSynergy, SMBTouch, ArchiTouch and DoublePulsar.

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  8. While surfing the net, i came across this and i think is worthy for me to share it with others.

    Fireball malware infect more than 250 million computers globally

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  9. A new malware has been discovered by Check Point security researchers called “Fireball”, the malware succeeded to infect more than 250 million computers in a widespread campaign run by a Chinese digital marketing agency.

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  10. Fireball is an adware bundle that gets full control of the victim’s web browsers and switches them into zombies, also allowing attackers to spy on victim’s web traffic and steal their data.

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  11. The malware is spread by a big digital marketing company based in Beijing (called Rafotech). The company use the malware to manipulates the victims’ browsers to turn search engines and home pages into fake search engines, redirect queries to Yahoo or Google, and obtain victims’ private information via tracking pixels included in the fake search engines.

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