We have found an exciting document that hides a whole chain of PS scripts. Unfortunately, the original document has used a coercive lure to make the victim enable macros that drop malicious artifacts. This specific document's lure is written in French "BIENVENUE DANS WORD Microsoft Word a ete mise a jour avec succes"
A few days ago, someone uploaded an interesting OLE file to VirusTotal. It abuses the Kaspersky brand, and it is written in Russian and English language. Unfortunately, the original document uses a coercive lure, and the macros contain logic to download weaponized artifacts.
It's no secret that today, targeted attacks and phishing attacks are the primary means of spreading malware. The purpose of which is to collect user data, theft banking data, and espionage. Threat Actors are constantly working to improve the tools they use. In this article, I will try to show you how the Hanictor group is improving their toolbox.
On December 16th, 2020 Twitter user Insomnihack @pro_integritate posted an interesting obfuscated document, where it was flagged as Dridex in some sandboxes. This sample threw an error and would not open in Office 2010 until I changed the file extension to “doc’. The thing that stood out the most on initial inspection is the massive use of the properties “wd.. “ like “wdArtWeavingStrips” each of these properties map to constant values of “Word Enumerated Constants”
The SOC-Class is a niche course on cybersecurity operations, training CISOs, SOC Managers, and technical leads to build and excel in Cybersecurity Operations Centers SOCs/CSOCs. This use case development methodology is one of the approaches discussed in the course and is intended to provide a framework for mature and repeatable construction of engineered detections.
We would like to thank InQuest for this interesting malware sample: it's a great sample to show the power of Cerbero Suite!
In this blog, we discuss Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) identifiers (IDs) and how they can be used as both pivot and detection anchors. Defined as a standard for mapping graphical asset relationships, XMP allows for tracking of both parent-child relationships and individual revisions. There are three categories of identifiers: original document, document, and instance.