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Free Vaccinator & Vulnerability Scanner Tools for WannaCry Ransomware

Although the WannaCry Ransomware epidemic may have been currently halted in its tracks currently, you may expect the next wave to be more virulent. In our post on WannaCry Ransomware, we have listed the ways you can protect yourself from being infected with this Ransomware – the most important one being the installation of the patches released by Microsoft for all Windows versions.

WannaCry Ransomware protection tools

There are tools that can help you immunize or vaccinate yourself against WannaCry Ransomware as well as scan your system for vulnerabilities that may be exploited by WannaCry Ransomware.

Trustlook WannaCry Toolkit

This toolkit includes the following tools:

1] WannaCry Ransomware Scanner Tool

This tool will scan your Windows system for vulnerabilities that may be exploited by WannaCry Ransomware, and can be pretty useful to System Administrators.

2] WannaCry Vaccine Tool

This tool will help users prevent their Windows computers from being infected by WannaCry Ransomware.

The Trustlook WannaCry Toolkit can be downloaded from Github.

Minerva Free Vaccinator for WannaCry Ransomware

This WannaCry Vaccinator tool demonstrates how to vaccinate against the WannaCry ransomware by creating infection markers on the protected machine, preventing the ransomware from running and encrypting your machine. Endpoints running this script will be protected against known variants of the above ransomware.

Minerva Free Vaccinator for WannaCry Ransomware can be downloaded from Github.

Apart from these, there are other general anti-ransomware software you may want to take a look at.

Related links:

  1. EternalBlue Vulnerability Checker is a free tool that checks if your Windows computer is vulnerable to EternalBlue exploit.
  2. WannaCry Ransomware Decryptors are available. Under favorable conditions, WannaKey and WanaKiwi, two decryption tools can help decrypt WannaCrypt or WannaCry Ransomware encrypted files by retrieving the encryption key used by the ransomware.