The WannaCry epidemic started on 12 May 2017, creating what was called the "cyber-apocalipse". The ransomware virus spread fast around the world, mostly affecting PCs with operating system versions that are no longer supported, such as Windows XP, 2003, or Vista.
With an impressive number of infections (over 300,000 individual computers worldwide in just 48 hours) and financial loss for more than 10,000 companies that were touched by the malware, security researchers have tried to track it and at least slow it down, if not stop it.
With a name that speaks for itself, WannaSmile attempts to help protect computers against this ransomware, as described below.
WannaCry, also known as WannaCrypt, WanaCrypt0r, WCrypt, or WCRY uses a vulnerability in Microsoft’s SMB, turned on by default. Running as a Windows service (use "setup.exe" and start the service manually or run WannaSmile.exe with administrator rights), WannaSmile turns off the SMB (although you can also do this operation manually).
Additionally, it makes use of the kill-switch found by MalwareTech and adds the known addresses that stop the malware from spreading in the "hosts" file of Windows.
As you can imagine, this is just a temporary fix. Modified versions of WannaCry have already been observed, with no kill-switch. Therefore, WannaSmile might not be effective against WannaCry 2.0.
The only permanent solution is to update your operating system, especially if you are using an older Windows iteration. Furthermore, it is highly advisable you install a reliable antivirus solution and scan your PC periodically. Cautious online behavior is also mandatory to avoid ransomware infections. WannaSmile can only contribute to preventing WannaCry from reaching your PC, but it does not remove the ransomware if the machine is already infected.









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Cracked WannaSmile With Keygen is a free, open-source ransomware that uses a method of infection known as “ransomware-as-a-service”. As with most ransomware, it infects personal computers with a malicious executable that drops a Windows service that can monitor all activity on the PC as well as generate random passwords. When a user attempts to access the computer using one of those passwords, the service starts the infected executable and displays a ransom note, crypted with MD5.
It seems like the developers decided to let users “try” to decrypt their files before offering a ransom to decrypt them.
However, they do include an option to decrypt the files for free, just for educational purposes. This is a nice feature, since lots of users don’t pay a ransom.
WannaSmile Cracked Version takes advantage of a vulnerability found by SecurityResearchers from MalwareTech and Kaspersky Labs. It adds, an entry in the “hosts” file that tells infected machines not to ping the WannaCry Command-and-Control servers. This information is added with the final bot’s “ransom” version, and users were given a chance to pay the ransom, and then the ransomware authors take the money.
WannaCry Overview:
This ransomware is a terrifying pandemic in the sense that it spread very fast, killing not only corporate networks, but also causing monetary losses.
After the infection, you will be sent to the command-and-control website using a botnet, which, as stated above, you should not connect to. This website will present a ransom screen, telling you to pay a 0.66 Bitcoin ($1350 at the time of writing this article).
You will then be redirected to a subdomain of the command-and-control’s address, which will contain a link to another command-and-control website that will tell you how to pay the ransom.
This site will also direct you to a third site in which you can enter an ID and a password. These credentials are needed to pay the ransom.
Afterwards, you will be redirected back to the command-and-control website, which will inform you that your files have been decrypted, but if you didn’t pay the ransom, you will need to do so.
WannaCry was active from the Windows SMB vulnerability and used a kill-switch that only becomes active after three unsuccessful attempts to be connected to the attack network.
The main user feedback was obtained after the 26th of May,

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The official WannaCry website:

The official WannaCry source code:

WannaCry 0.28

WannaCry Hacker:

WannaCry Pre-Existence:

The exploit used in the WannaCry ransomware attack:

How the WannaCry ransomware gains access to your system:

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WannaSmile 26983 X64

WannaSmile is a script with a “SuperAntiSamy!”-like functionality. In short, it checks your machine for software vulnerabilities and dangerous executables, and attempts to stop the spread of malware.
WannaSmile aims to protect your machine from being hit by malware or dangerous web sites.
To begin the process, you must first run the script “WannaSmile.exe”. You can download it from this address:

On that page, you will find a download link to a.zip file.
Installation method:
1. Extract the contents of the.zip file on your computer (e.g., to a folder called “WannaSmile-x.y.z”)
2. Open a command prompt (cmd.exe) and change the directory to that directory (cd WannaSmile-x.y.z)
3. Run “WannaSmile.exe”
– The initial screen will look as follows:
– You will then be presented with the following messages:
– Then you will see the following screen:
– Finally, you will see the following screen:

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System Requirements:

OS: Windows 10, Windows 7, or Windows 8.1 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Processor: Dual Core CPU 2.0GHz or faster
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 2GB graphics card
Hard Disk: 20 GB available space
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Webcam: Built-in webcam
Wifi: 802.11 b/g/n/ac
Sound card: Microphone and speakers
Keyboard: Compatible keyboard
Anti-virus: AVAST