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“-g” Generate the RSA key pair (encrypted private key) and export the blobs.
“-e” Encrypt the file, archive or folder with RSA public key.
“-d” Decrypt the archive (RSA encrypted) with RSA private key.
“-i” Show the keymacro information about archive.
Wannakey, WanaCryptor or WannaCry?
At the time this piece was written, the tool is still in its development phase. The developer has stated that he did not intend to make a generic tool that can be used to recover any type of data infected by WannaCry ransomware.
He mentions that this tool was specifically made to work with WannCry ransomware and its related variants.
So, how do you know if your files were affected?
The developer mentions that one way to check if your data was affected is by downloading and running the EXE to see if it decodes properly and if it includes the 00000000.pky file.
That being said, you should be aware that there is no certainty that the tool will be able to successfully recover all your data and that the process might fail at any point. In other words, there is a chance that it might actually damage your files by overwriting them.
How to install Wannakey
You can install Wannakey via the link provided at the bottom of this post or using the tool’s GitHub repository.
To install, just run the Wannakey.bat file in a Command Prompt.
What happened to the whole Wannakey thing?
The whole Wannakey concept got started when the WannaCry ransomware hit the scene and when several people asked what they could do to recover their data.
As a response, an individual by the name of Raffaello Giammarchi created Wannakey, a freeware utility that basically help you decrypt your files by using two types of keys:
The key used to encrypt your files with WannaCry (that’s the 00000000.pky file)
The key used to decrypt your files (that’s the 00000000.pk8 file).
Source: Wannakey GitHub Repository
Another resource that may interest you
Here is another alternative resource (though it is in French) that could help you recover your data after a ransomware attack:
To summarize, we have been talking about the possible ways to
File will be extracted to a folder, if not created.
-i – Show detailed info about the archive
-e – Encrypt file using an RSA key pair
-d – Decrypt a file using an RSA key pair
-g – Generate a new RSA key pair
-f – Read in a file and do the decryption or encryption
-a – Append a file to the output, works only with -d option.
-o – Write the resulting file into a folder, if one is not provided.
-e 0000 – Encrypts the file with 0000 as a secret key
-e a8d4ae7bfbb9dd1a0b8f4d63e13e87a1d3e5b0d1f3455e5d1f0d513fe8e7b38 – Encrypts the file with a8d4ae7bfbb9dd1a0b8f4d63e13e87a1d3e5b0d1f3455e5d1f0d513fe8e7b38 as a secret key.
-d 0000 – Decrypts the file with 0000 as a secret key
-d a8d4ae7bfbb9dd1a0b8f4d63e13e87a1d3e5b0d1f3455e5d1f0d513fe8e7b38 – Decrypts the file with a8d4ae7bfbb9dd1a0b8f4d63e13e87a1d3e5b0d1f3455e5d1f0d513fe8e7b38 as a secret key.
-g 0000 – Generates a new RSA key pair
-d 0000 – Decrypts the file using the default key pair.
-d a8d4ae7bfbb9dd1a0b8f4d63e13e87a1d3e5b0d1f3455e5d1f0d513fe8e7b38 – Decrypts the file using the default key pair
What’s New In WanaFork?
Download the WanaFork installer from
Click the "Install" button.
Copy the wana_keys.zip file to a safe location and extract the "wana_keys" folder.
Copy the 00000000.pky and aes.pfx files (if you have one) to a safe location.
Run WanaFork using the "cmd" or the "winaero" command. (winaero is the graphical interface of the tool).
Press the "decrypt" button and wait for a while.
If your files are decrypted, you can now rename your files and store them in a safe location.
Note: it's better to create a backup of your files in case the process fails.
WanaFork is based on the tools used by WannaCry victims. To find out more, please read this blog post about WannaCry.
Development of WanaFork is supported by Leif Kristensen, Adriano Ristori, and other great researchers.
WannaCry Recovery Tool [@WanaFork]( by @VirusBusters!
Following the WannaCry ransomware attack, the virus spread all over the world and took the lives of hundreds of thousands of users, and also infected a huge number of corporate networks. If you thought that there was no way to recover your files after the attack, then think again because the security company Kaspersky Labs had recently released a new tool that may be able to help Windows XP users recover their data after the attack.
It's a tool that's specially designed to help WannaCry victims recover their data for free. That said, it seems that WanaFork is based on the same principles of this new tool.
WannaFork is an open source tool that was developed by French security researcher and PhD student Leif Krist
System Requirements For WanaFork:
OS: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 10 (32-bit / 64-bit)
CPU: 1.7 GHz
RAM: 512 MB
HDD: 1 GB
Graphics Card: 256 MB DirectX 9.0 compatible
Sound Card: Sound card with stereo speakers and microphone
OS: Windows 7, 8, 10 (32-bit / 64-bit)
CPU: 2.5 GHz
RAM: 1 GB