I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Simple Phishing Through formcrafts.com“: For a long time, moving services to the cloud has been a major trend. Many organizations jumped into the cloud because it’s much easier and cost less money (in terms of maintenance, licence, electricity, etc). If so, why should bad
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,
I’m proud to have been selected to give a training at DeepSec (Vienna, Austria) in November: “Hunting with OSSEC“. This training is intended for Blue Team members and system/security engineers who would like to take advantage of the OSSEC integration capabilities with other tools and increase the visibility of their infrastructure behaviour.
A very quick post about a new thread which has been started yesterday on the OSS-Security mailing list. It’s about a vulnerability affecting almost ALL SSH server version. Quoted from the initial message; It affects all operating systems, all OpenSSH versions (we went back as far as OpenSSH 2.3.0, released
I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Truncating Payloads and Anonymizing PCAP files“: Sometimes, you may need to provide PCAP files to third-party organizations like a vendor support team to investigate a problem with your network. I was looking for a small tool to anonymize network traffic but also to
I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Exploiting the Power of Curl“: Didier explained in a recent diary that it is possible to analyze malicious documents with standard Linux tools. I’m using Linux for more than 20 years and, regularly, I find new commands or new switches that help me
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
I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Searching for Geographically Improbable Login Attempts“: For the human brain, an IP address is not the best IOC because, like phone numbers, we are bad to remember them. That’s why DNS was created. But, in many log management applications, there are features to