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GandCrab Ransomware: Now Coming From Malspam, (Wed, Feb 7th)

February 8, 2018 - 1:04am
Categories: Security

3 examples of malspam pushing Loki-Bot malware, (Tue, Feb 6th)

February 7, 2018 - 1:41am
Categories: Security

Analyzing an HTA file: Update, (Mon, Feb 5th)

February 6, 2018 - 12:10am
A reader asked what the &H?? strings were in the malware I analyzed in my last diary entry. These are numbers in VBA written in hexadecimal.
Categories: Security

Analyzing an HTA file, (Sat, Feb 3rd)

February 4, 2018 - 12:37am
I received an Invoice.MHT file attached to an email:
Categories: Security

Simple but Effective Malicious XLS Sheet, (Fri, Feb 2nd)

February 2, 2018 - 10:26am
Here is another quick analysis of a malicious Excel sheet found while hunting. The malicious document was delivered through a classic phishing attempt from Jane’s 360[1], a website operated by HIS Markit[2]. Here is a copy of the mail body:
Categories: Security

Adobe Flash 0-Day Used Against South Korean Targets, (Thu, Feb 1st)

February 1, 2018 - 9:16pm
the Koren CERT announced that it is aware of a so far unpatched Adobe Flash vulnerability that is being exploited in targeted attacks [1]. All versions of Adobe Flash Player including are vulnerable. was released in January as part of Adobe's normal patch Tuesday. Adobe has not yet released an advisory, and the only confirmation so far is a twitter post from a Korean security researcher [2]. [See update below about Adobe's advisory]
Categories: Security

Adaptive Phishing Kit, (Thu, Feb 1st)

February 1, 2018 - 8:26am
Phishing kits are everywhere! If your server is compromised today, they are chances that it will be used to mine cryptocurrency, to deliver malware payloads or to host a phishing kit. Phishing remains a common attack scenario to collect valid credentials and impersonate the user account or, in larger attacks, it is one of the first steps to compromise the final target. Phishing kits are usually mimicking well-known big Internet players (eBay, Paypal, Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft…[add your preferred one here]). I found an interesting phishing kit which adapts itself to the victim. Well, more precisely, it adapts to the victim email address.
Categories: Security

Cisco ASA WebVPN Vulnerability, (Tue, Jan 30th)

January 31, 2018 - 4:35pm
Before I get too many "I'm surprised/disappointed you haven't mentioned..." emails let's get out a rough draft on CVE-2018-0101.
Categories: Security

Tax Phishing Time, (Wed, Jan 31st)

January 31, 2018 - 2:13pm
Its that time of the year where you will start receiving fake tax information emails. So far today we have seen just a small campaign,  but I think people will more likely be susceptible to this kind of email this year as most people have heard about changes to the tax code, but not sure what has changed and how it affects them.  
Categories: Security

Using FLIR in Incident Response?, (Tue, Jan 30th)

January 30, 2018 - 9:11pm
Take a look at a few lines...
Categories: Security

Comment your Packet Captures - Extra!, (Mon, Jan 29th)

January 29, 2018 - 8:29am
Xavier has an excellent tip for Wireshark users: Comment your Packet Captures!
Categories: Security

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