General

  • Target

    90c54543aaf085e00879d4fe98a6dfb8148548f374828d50b6e3ac44668138b2

  • Size

    92KB

  • Sample

    200911-azk2k85aex

  • MD5

    37c1ee5708d1f5e45cea516059fd12f8

  • SHA1

    d9102824ed07a4c29bd364fd0f4e08df1f5dc1d9

  • SHA256

    90c54543aaf085e00879d4fe98a6dfb8148548f374828d50b6e3ac44668138b2

  • SHA512

    4bc1e5cfb0e74bc6c4a3a29c343665f55667582ade43cc6137ee2307559b806a498b7379823ee0a4d861cd841ced3fda60eaaf7ffacf96129eb0d6727d39285e

Malware Config

Extracted

Path

C:\Users\Admin\Desktop\FILES ENCRYPTED.txt

Ransom Note all your data has been locked us You want to return? write email datahelp@techmail.info or datahelp@mailbox.org
Emails

datahelp@techmail.info

datahelp@mailbox.org

Extracted

Path

C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\Info.hta

Ransom Note YOUR FILES ARE ENCRYPTED Don't worry,you can return all your files! If you want to restore them, follow this link: email datahelp@techmail.info YOUR ID If you have not been answered via the link within 12 hours, write to us by e-mail: datahelp@mailbox.org Attention! Do not rename encrypted files. Do not try to decrypt your data using third party software, it may cause permanent data loss. Decryption of your files with the help of third parties may cause increased price (they add their fee to our) or you can become a victim of a scam.
Emails

datahelp@techmail.info

datahelp@mailbox.org

Targets

    • Target

      90c54543aaf085e00879d4fe98a6dfb8148548f374828d50b6e3ac44668138b2

    • Size

      92KB

    • MD5

      37c1ee5708d1f5e45cea516059fd12f8

    • SHA1

      d9102824ed07a4c29bd364fd0f4e08df1f5dc1d9

    • SHA256

      90c54543aaf085e00879d4fe98a6dfb8148548f374828d50b6e3ac44668138b2

    • SHA512

      4bc1e5cfb0e74bc6c4a3a29c343665f55667582ade43cc6137ee2307559b806a498b7379823ee0a4d861cd841ced3fda60eaaf7ffacf96129eb0d6727d39285e

    • Dharma

      Dharma is a ransomware that uses security software installation to hide malicious activities.

    • Deletes shadow copies

      Ransomware often targets backup files to inhibit system recovery.

    • Drops startup file

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

      Infostealers often target stored browser data, which can include saved credentials etc.

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Drops desktop.ini file(s)

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Modifies service

MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

Command and Control

    Credential Access

    Discovery

      Execution

        Exfiltration

          Initial Access

            Lateral Movement

              Privilege Escalation