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[SANS ISC] More Equation Editor Exploit Waves

I published the following diary on isc.sans.edu: “More Equation Editor Exploit Waves“: This morning, I spotted another wave of malicious documents that (ab)use again CVE-2017-11882 in the Equation Editor (see my yesterday’s diary). This time, malicious files are RTF files. One of the samples is SHA256:bc84bb7b07d196339c3f92933c5449e71808aa40a102774729ba6f1c152d5ee2 (VT score: 19/57)… [Read more]

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[SANS ISC] Microsoft Publisher Files Delivering Malware

I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Microsoft Publisher Files Delivering Malware“: Attackers are always searching for new ways to deliver malicious content to their victims. A few days ago, Microsoft Publisher malicious files were spotted by security researchers[1]. Publisher is a low-level desktop publishing application offered by Microsoft in

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[SANS ISC] Malicious DLL Loaded Through AutoIT

I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Malicious DLL Loaded Through AutoIT“: Here is an interesting sample that I found while hunting. It started with the following URL: hxxp://200[.]98[.]170[.]29/uiferuisdfj/W5UsPk.php?Q8T3=OQlLg3rUFVE740gn1T3LjoPCQKxAL1i6WoY34y2o73Ap3C80lvTr9FM5 The value of the parameter (‘OQlLg3rUFVE740gn1T3LjoPCQKxAL1i6WoY34y2o73Ap3C80lvTr9FM5’) is used as the key to decode the first stage. If you don’t specify it,

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[SANS ISC] Windows Batch File Deobfuscation

I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Windows Batch File Deobfuscation“: Last Thursday, Brad published a diary about a new ongoing campaign delivering the Emotet malware. I found another sample that looked the same. My sample was called ‘Order-42167322776.doc’ (SHA256:4d600ae3bbdc846727c2922485f9f7ec548a3dd031fc206dbb49bd91536a56e3 and looked the same as the one analyzed Brad. The

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