Decryptor for Wanacry Ransomware
A ransomware that is exploiting “ETERNALBLUE” a vulnerability found in the NSA exploits released by the ShadowBrokers.
The WannaCry ransomware attack was a worldwide cyberattack by the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm, which targeted computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system by encrypting data and demanding ransom payments in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.
wanakiwi is based on wanadecrypt which makes possible for lucky users to :
Recover the private user key in memory to save it as 00000000.dky
Decrypt all of their files
The primes extraction method is based on Adrien Guinet’s [wannakey] (https://github.com/aguinet/wannakey) which consist of scanning the WannaCry process memory to recover the prime numbers that were not cleaned during CryptReleaseContext().
PID is an optional parameter, by default the utility will look for any of this process:
Given the fact this method relies on scanning the address space of the process that generated those keys, this means that if this process had been killed by, for instance, a reboot – the original process memory will be lost. It is very important for users to NOT reboot their system before trying this tool.
Secondly, because of the same reason, we do not know how long the prime numbers will be kept in the address space before being reused by the process. This is why it is important to try this utility ASAP.
This is not a perfect tool, but this has been so far the best solution for victims who had no backup.
Compatibility only 32 Bit
Does it modify the original encrypted files?
No, the original encrypted files (.WNCRY) remain unmodified. The decrypted files are generated as separate files.=