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How to prevent Wanna Crypt Attacking?
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Brick 
Next First of all, activate your Firewall.

  Dot Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall
  Dot From Left Menu: Click > Turn Windows Firewall on or off
  Dot Private network settins > Click Turn on Windows Firewall > Click Notify me when Windows Firewall blocks a new app
  Dot Public network settins > Click Turn on Windows Firewall  > Click Notify me when Windows Firewall blocks a new app
  Dot Click OK to save settings.

Next Secondly, set the rules for port. 

  Dot Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall > Advanced Settings
  Dot Inbound Rules > New Rule at the right side.
  Dot Click the "Port" to set the rules for "TCP 445"
  Dot Choose the "TCP" and set the Specific local ports as: "445" then click Next.
  Dot Choose "Block the connection" then click Next.
  Dot Choose Domain, Private, Public and click Next.
  Dot Type "445 tcp" at Name and then click "Finish" to complete this setting.
 Star If you screen showed below the "445 tcp" then the rule has been added successfully.

Same Operations on adding new rules for "445 udp":
  Dot Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall > Advanced Settings
  Dot Inbound Rules > New Rule at the right side.
  Dot Click the "Port" to set the rules for "UDP 445"
  Dot Choose the "UDP" and set the Specific local ports as: "445" then click Next.
  Dot Choose "Block the connection" then click Next.
  Dot Choose Domain, Private, Public and click Next.
  Dot Type "445 udp" at Name and then click "Finish" to complete this setting.
 Star If you screen showed below the "445 udp" then the rule has been added successfully.

Next Thirdly, close the SMBv1 service.

  Dot Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Programs and Features
  Dot Click the "Turn Windows features on or off" on the left of this screen.
  Dot Turn off the feautre "SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support" and click "OK" to close the window.
Next And then restart your computer.

By closing the SMBv1 service, if a computer from your network gets infected by Wanna Crypt you won't be affected.
But do not forget, after closing this service of windows file sharing, you won't be able to share files in a local area network anymore. You can activate it later if you want.

Flame Stay Safe.
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Thanks dude!
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Thanks for the comment.
What makes me sad is forum users see the post, doens't interact. I created this topic for you.
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I'm good against viruses, it's actually fun for me to have viruses so I can get rid of them.
All of my content is backed up on a cloud so I can't really lose anything.
+1 reason why I only have Windows Defender turned on.

But this seems useful..
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(19-05-2017, 09:08 AM)Se7en Wrote: I'm good against viruses, it's actually fun for me to have viruses so I can get rid of them.
All of my content is backed up on a cloud so I can't really lose anything.
+1 reason why I only have Windows Defender turned on.

But this seems useful..

Yeah, it's fun Smile
This topic is not a full guarantee against WannaCrypt. Because WannaCrypt changes itself frequently, we can't know what comes next. So people still should be really careful about what they download and use.
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