Malware Initial Findings Report (MIFR) – 10124171 2017-05-14 – TLP WHITE
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Three files were submitted to US-CERT for analysis. All files are confirmed as components of a ransomware campaign identified as “WannaCry”, a.k.a “WannaCrypt” or “.wnCry”. The first file is a dropper, which contains and runs the ransomware, propagating via the MS17-010/EternalBlue SMBv1.0 exploit. The remaining two files are ransomware components containing encrypted plug-ins responsible for encrypting the victim users files
Full Report – 20170516 DHS WannaCry MIFR-10124171