General

  • Target

    windirstat1_1_2_setup.exe

  • Size

    630KB

  • Sample

    220929-t3tn6sbde9

  • MD5

    3abf1c149873e25d4e266225fbf37cbf

  • SHA1

    6fa92dd2ca691c11dfbfc0a239e34369897a7fab

  • SHA256

    370a27a30ee57247faddeb1f99a83933247e07c8760a07ed82e451e1cb5e5cdd

  • SHA512

    b6d9672a580a02299bc370deb1fd99b5ca10ab86456385870cdae522c185ae51f8d390a7c50fcb5c7898523f52c834bb73515ffc6d0b0bcde210640e815ece9e

Malware Config

Extracted

Path

C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Local\Temp\Temp1_WannaCrypt0r.zip\@Please_Read_Me@.txt

Family

wannacry

Ransom Note Q: What's wrong with my files? A: Ooops, your important files are encrypted. It means you will not be able to access them anymore until they are decrypted. If you follow our instructions, we guarantee that you can decrypt all your files quickly and safely! Let's start decrypting! Q: What do I do? A: First, you need to pay service fees for the decryption. Please send $300 worth of bitcoin to this bitcoin address: 12t9YDPgwueZ9NyMgw519p7AA8isjr6SMw Next, please find an application file named "@WanaDecryptor@.exe". It is the decrypt software. Run and follow the instructions! (You may need to disable your antivirus for a while.) Q: How can I trust? A: Don't worry about decryption. We will decrypt your files surely because nobody will trust us if we cheat users. * If you need our assistance, send a message by clicking <Contact Us> on the decryptor window. �
Wallets

12t9YDPgwueZ9NyMgw519p7AA8isjr6SMw

Targets

    • Target

      windirstat1_1_2_setup.exe

    • Size

      630KB

    • MD5

      3abf1c149873e25d4e266225fbf37cbf

    • SHA1

      6fa92dd2ca691c11dfbfc0a239e34369897a7fab

    • SHA256

      370a27a30ee57247faddeb1f99a83933247e07c8760a07ed82e451e1cb5e5cdd

    • SHA512

      b6d9672a580a02299bc370deb1fd99b5ca10ab86456385870cdae522c185ae51f8d390a7c50fcb5c7898523f52c834bb73515ffc6d0b0bcde210640e815ece9e

    • Wannacry

      WannaCry is a ransomware cryptoworm.

    • Deletes shadow copies

      Ransomware often targets backup files to inhibit system recovery.

    • Blocklisted process makes network request

    • Downloads MZ/PE file

    • Drops file in Drivers directory

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Sets service image path in registry

    • Drops startup file

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Modifies file permissions

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

      Infostealers often target stored browser data, which can include saved credentials etc.

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Checks for any installed AV software in registry

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Checks whether UAC is enabled

    • Enumerates connected drives

      Attempts to read the root path of hard drives other than the default C: drive.

    • Writes to the Master Boot Record (MBR)

      Bootkits write to the MBR to gain persistence at a level below the operating system.

    • Sets desktop wallpaper using registry