" Is there any sites or software that has a higher chance if being wannacry? "
not entirely following what you are asking, thatoneguy
… are you asking "are there any websites or software to protect you from being victimized by wannacry?"
… is that what you are asking?
if so … there's plenty you can do:
- first and foremost … keep your windows updated … do not disable the update mechanism … it is there to protect you (among other policies).
- make sure you have firewall … microsoft's default is what i use (seems adequate).
- never click on links in texting-apps, emails, microsoft-office products, etc. from what i understand, there are 'protect modes' within office products … use 'em.
- your browser:
- keep it updated
- clear it's cache 'n cookie-reserves
- disable and uninstall add-ons and plug-ins you don't use
- remove bs-toolbars and other gimmicks.
- install and learn how to utilize ad-blockers … ghostery is also another effective add-on.
- make sure you have enough sentries on your computer … many members in this (and other) forums employ multiple layers of protection … and seems this is the most resilient approach in keeping malware 'n ransomware 'n viruses from gaining a foothold into your environment. by this token, i would suggest:
with regard to the above allies … all of them can be found free … up to you if you wish to pay for extra protection (as a general rule, i don't).
- anti-virus (windows-defender or third-party)
- anti-malware (malwarebytes or rogue-killer)
- anti-ransomware (ransomfree)
- anti-spyware (spybot)
- black-lister (spyware-blaster)
- encryption software
- when you choose your fortress … download the software at the developer's websites … do not trust third-party or managed installers. check for viruses before installation … custom-install to disable third-party crap-ware … always update reference files.
- if using computer everyday … update and scan everyday.
- consider utilizing the microsoft 'system-restore' feature for your benefit.
- is there any software you can remove from your environment (i.e. programs 'n apps you never use)?
- when is the last time you backed up your personal files? are you certain malware didn't sneak into any of those personal folders?
two final thoughts i wish to share with you, thatoneguy
- your fortress is only as stable as that operator behind the desk. owning a computer is a responsibility … the safety of your family 'n friends depends on you having a clean computer.
- keep up-to-date on latest trends and security issues … and, periodically, re-examine your sentries and maximize their priorities.
welcome to our little world here at windowsforum.com, thatoneguy
… hope you enjoy your time here.