General

  • Target

    Downloads.rar

  • Size

    123MB

  • Sample

    201118-kq8b48qtnx

  • MD5

    1d12c2567abd6b5970caecc54226d137

  • SHA1

    d6cb162d353f9fdb601836226005967eaedd9a47

  • SHA256

    1bf6d14c4b5f59aa30882f4aa25e9e9d703dac905a785fe020ff667600e5fc97

  • SHA512

    f0f1e7cee1d5f1e47fcbfb46723e3b7c327b407c2a956fe8a710efe8119b3396c230e1b0a18f6f91ee196784576a5a0c1e22548d4f4c78163dfff1a804ea02e8

Malware Config

Extracted

Family

formbook

Version

4.0

C2

http://www.worstig.com/w9z/

Decoy

crazzysex.com

hanferd.com

gteesrd.com

bayfrontbabyplace.com

jicuiquan.net

relationshiplink.net

ohchacyberphoto.com

kauegimenes.com

powerful-seldom.com

ketotoken.com

make-money-online-success.com

redgoldcollection.com

hannan-football.com

hamptondc.com

vllii.com

aa8520.com

platform35markethall.com

larozeimmo.com

oligopoly.net

llhak.info

Extracted

Family

gozi_rm3

Attributes
exe_type
loader

Extracted

Family

gozi_rm3

Botnet

86920224

C2

https://sibelikinciel.xyz

Attributes
build
300869
exe_type
loader
server_id
12
url_path
index.htm
rsa_pubkey.plain
serpent.plain

Extracted

Family

formbook

Version

4.1

C2

http://www.joomlas123.com/i0qi/

http://www.norjax.com/app/

Decoy

mytakeawaybox.com

goutaihuo.com

kuzey.site

uppertenpiercings.amsterdam

honeygrandpa.com

jenniferabramslaw.com

ncarian.com

heavilymeditatedhouston.com

gsbjyzx.com

akisanblog.com

taoyuanreed.com

jasperrvservices.com

yabbanet.com

myhealthfuldiet.com

flipdigitalcoins.com

toes.photos

shoottillyoumiss.com

maserental.com

smarteacher.net

hamdimagdeco.com

Extracted

Family

danabot

C2

92.204.160.54

2.56.213.179

45.153.186.47

93.115.21.29

185.45.193.50

193.34.166.247

rsa_pubkey.plain

Extracted

Family

qakbot

Version

324.141

Botnet

spx129

Campaign

1590734339

C2

94.10.81.239:443

94.52.160.116:443

67.0.74.119:443

175.137.136.79:443

73.232.165.200:995

79.119.67.149:443

62.38.111.70:2222

108.58.9.238:993

216.110.249.252:2222

67.209.195.198:3389

84.247.55.190:443

96.37.137.42:443

94.176.220.76:2222

173.245.152.231:443

96.227.122.123:443

188.192.75.8:995

24.229.245.124:995

71.163.225.75:443

75.71.77.59:443

104.36.135.227:443

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 Bit_decrypt@protonmail.com YOUR ID If you have not been answered via the link within 12 hours, write to us by e-mail: Bit_decrypt@protonmail.com 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

Bit_decrypt@protonmail.com

Extracted

Family

smokeloader

Version

2019

C2

http://advertserv25.world/logstatx77/

http://mailstatm74.club/logstatx77/

http://kxservx7zx.club/logstatx77/

http://dsmail977sx.xyz/logstatx77/

http://fdmail709.club/logstatx77/

http://servicestar751.club/logstatx77/

http://staradvert9075.club/logstatx77/

http://staradvert1883.club/logstatx77/

http://10022020newfolder1002002131-service1002.space/

http://10022020newfolder1002002231-service1002.space/

http://10022020newfolder3100231-service1002.space/

http://10022020newfolder1002002431-service1002.space/

http://10022020newfolder1002002531-service1002.space/

http://10022020newfolder33417-01242510022020.space/

http://10022020test125831-service1002012510022020.space/

http://10022020test136831-service1002012510022020.space/

http://10022020test147831-service1002012510022020.space/

http://10022020test146831-service1002012510022020.space/

http://10022020test134831-service1002012510022020.space/

http://10022020est213531-service100201242510022020.ru/

rc4.i32
rc4.i32
rc4.i32
rc4.i32

Extracted

Family

azorult

C2

http://kvaka.li/1210776429.php

http://195.245.112.115/index.php

Extracted

Family

smokeloader

Version

2020

C2

http://naritouzina.net/

http://nukaraguasleep.net/

http://notfortuaj.net/

http://natuturalistic.net/

http://zaniolofusa.net/

rc4.i32
rc4.i32

Extracted

Family

redline

Botnet

NEW_YEAR_BTC

C2

86.105.252.12:35200

Extracted

Family

smokeloader

Version

2017

C2

http://92.53.105.14/

Extracted

Language ps1
Source
URLs
ps1.dropper

http://rbcxvnb.ug/zxcvb.exe

exe.dropper

http://rbcxvnb.ug/zxcvb.exe

Extracted

Language ps1
Source
URLs
ps1.dropper

http://bit.do/fqhJv

exe.dropper

http://bit.do/fqhJv

Extracted

Language ps1
Source
URLs
ps1.dropper

http://zxvbcrt.ug/zxcvb.exe

exe.dropper

http://zxvbcrt.ug/zxcvb.exe

Extracted

Language ps1
Source
URLs
ps1.dropper

http://pdshcjvnv.ug/zxcvb.exe

exe.dropper

http://pdshcjvnv.ug/zxcvb.exe

Extracted

Language ps1
Source
URLs
ps1.dropper

http://bit.do/fqhHT

exe.dropper

http://bit.do/fqhHT

Extracted

Language ps1
Source
URLs
ps1.dropper

http://bit.do/fqhJD

exe.dropper

http://bit.do/fqhJD

Extracted

Family

raccoon

Botnet

5e4db353b88c002ba6466c06437973619aad03b3

Attributes
url4cnc
https://telete.in/brikitiki
rc4.plain
rc4.plain

Extracted

Family

asyncrat

Version

0.5.7B

C2

agentttt.ac.ug:6970

agentpurple.ac.ug:6970

Attributes
aes_key
16dw6EDbQkYZp5BTs7cmLUicVtOA4UQr
anti_detection
false
autorun
false
bdos
false
delay
Default
host
agentttt.ac.ug,agentpurple.ac.ug
hwid
3
install_file
install_folder
%AppData%
mutex
AsyncMutex_6SI8OkPnk
pastebin_config
null
port
6970
version
0.5.7B
aes.plain

Extracted

Family

remcos

C2

taenaia.ac.ug:6969

agentpapple.ac.ug:6969

Extracted

Credentials

Protocol: ftp

Host: 109.248.203.81

Port: 21

Username: alex

Password: easypassword

Extracted

Credentials

Protocol: ftp

Host: 45.141.184.35

Port: 21

Username: alex

Password: easypassword

Extracted

Credentials

Protocol: ftp

Host: 109.248.203.91

Port: 21

Username: alex

Password: easypassword

Targets

    • Target

      1.bin/1.bin

    • Size

      12MB

    • MD5

      af8e86c5d4198549f6375df9378f983c

    • SHA1

      7ab5ed449b891bd4899fba62d027a2cc26a05e6f

    • SHA256

      7570a7a6830ade05dcf862d5862f12f12445dbd3c0ad7433d90872849e11c267

    • SHA512

      137f5a281aa15802e300872fdf93b9ee014d2077c29d30e5a029664eb0991af2afbe1e5c53a9d7bff8f0508393a8b7641c5a97b4b0e0061befb79a93506c94e1

    • AgentTesla

      Agent Tesla is a remote access tool (RAT) written in visual basic.

    • CoreEntity .NET Packer

      A .NET packer called CoreEntity where it has embedded the payload as a BitMap object which is later decrypted.

    • Danabot

      Danabot is a modular banking Trojan that has been linked with other malware.

    • Danabot x86 payload

      Detection of Danabot x86 payload, mapped in memory during the execution of its loader.

    • Dharma

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

    • Formbook

      Formbook is a data stealing malware which is capable of stealing data.

    • Gozi RM3

      A heavily modified version of Gozi using RM3 loader.

    • Qakbot/Qbot

      Qbot or Qakbot is a sophisticated worm with banking capabilities.

    • AgentTesla Payload

    • CryptOne packer

      Detects CryptOne packer defined in NCC blogpost.

    • Formbook Payload

    • Looks for VirtualBox Guest Additions in registry

    • ReZer0 packer

      Detects ReZer0, a packer with multiple versions used in various campaigns.

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Looks for VMWare Tools registry key

    • Checks BIOS information in registry

      BIOS information is often read in order to detect sandboxing environments.

    • Checks QEMU agent file

      Checks presence of QEMU agent, possibly to detect virtualization.

    • Drops startup file

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Obfuscated with Agile.Net obfuscator

      Detects use of the Agile.Net commercial obfuscator, which is capable of entity renaming and control flow obfuscation.

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Drops desktop.ini file(s)

    • Maps connected drives based on registry

      Disk information is often read in order to detect sandboxing environments.

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      2019-09-02_22-41-10.exe

    • Size

      251KB

    • MD5

      924aa6c26f6f43e0893a40728eac3b32

    • SHA1

      baa9b4c895b09d315ed747b3bd087f4583aa84fc

    • SHA256

      30f9db1f5838abb6c1580fdfb7f5dcfd7c2ac8cfac50c2edd0c8415d66212c95

    • SHA512

      3cb6fd659aff46eaa62b0e647ccebeecb070ba0bb27e1cc037b33caf23c417e75f476e1c08e1b5f3b232c4640995ae5afa43bfd09252d318fe5eec0d18de830a

    • SmokeLoader

      Modular backdoor trojan in use since 2014.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      31.exe

    • Size

      12MB

    • MD5

      af8e86c5d4198549f6375df9378f983c

    • SHA1

      7ab5ed449b891bd4899fba62d027a2cc26a05e6f

    • SHA256

      7570a7a6830ade05dcf862d5862f12f12445dbd3c0ad7433d90872849e11c267

    • SHA512

      137f5a281aa15802e300872fdf93b9ee014d2077c29d30e5a029664eb0991af2afbe1e5c53a9d7bff8f0508393a8b7641c5a97b4b0e0061befb79a93506c94e1

    • AgentTesla

      Agent Tesla is a remote access tool (RAT) written in visual basic.

    • CoreEntity .NET Packer

      A .NET packer called CoreEntity where it has embedded the payload as a BitMap object which is later decrypted.

    • Danabot

      Danabot is a modular banking Trojan that has been linked with other malware.

    • Danabot x86 payload

      Detection of Danabot x86 payload, mapped in memory during the execution of its loader.

    • Dharma

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

    • Formbook

      Formbook is a data stealing malware which is capable of stealing data.

    • Gozi RM3

      A heavily modified version of Gozi using RM3 loader.

    • Qakbot/Qbot

      Qbot or Qakbot is a sophisticated worm with banking capabilities.

    • AgentTesla Payload

    • CryptOne packer

      Detects CryptOne packer defined in NCC blogpost.

    • Formbook Payload

    • Looks for VirtualBox Guest Additions in registry

    • ReZer0 packer

      Detects ReZer0, a packer with multiple versions used in various campaigns.

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Looks for VMWare Tools registry key

    • Checks BIOS information in registry

      BIOS information is often read in order to detect sandboxing environments.

    • Checks QEMU agent file

      Checks presence of QEMU agent, possibly to detect virtualization.

    • Drops startup file

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Obfuscated with Agile.Net obfuscator

      Detects use of the Agile.Net commercial obfuscator, which is capable of entity renaming and control flow obfuscation.

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Drops desktop.ini file(s)

    • Maps connected drives based on registry

      Disk information is often read in order to detect sandboxing environments.

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      3DMark 11 Advanced Edition.exe

    • Size

      11MB

    • MD5

      236d7524027dbce337c671906c9fe10b

    • SHA1

      7d345aa201b50273176ae0ec7324739d882da32e

    • SHA256

      400b64f8c61623ead9f579b99735b1b0d9febe7c829e8bdafc9b3a3269bbe21c

    • SHA512

      e5c2f87923b3331719261101b2f606298fb66442e56a49708199d8472c1ac4a72130612d3a9c344310f36fcb3cf39e4637f7dd8fb3841c61b01b95bb3794610a

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • PlugX

      PlugX is a RAT (Remote Access Trojan) that has been around since 2008.

    • RedLine

      RedLine Stealer is a malware family written in C#, first appearing in early 2020.

    • RedLine Payload

    • SmokeLoader

      Modular backdoor trojan in use since 2014.

    • Tofsee

      Backdoor/botnet which carries out malicious activities based on commands from a C2 server.

    • Vidar

      Vidar is an infostealer based on Arkei stealer.

    • Windows security bypass

    • xmrig

      XMRig is a high performance, open source, cross platform CPU/GPU miner.

    • Nirsoft

    • XMRig Miner Payload

    • Creates new service(s)

    • Downloads MZ/PE file

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Modifies Windows Firewall

    • Sets service image path in registry

    • Suspicious Office macro

      Office document equipped with 4.0 macros.

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • VMProtect packed file

      Detects executables packed with VMProtect commercial packer.

    • Checks computer location settings

      Looks up country code configured in the registry, likely geofence.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Modifies file permissions

    • Reads user/profile data of local email clients

      Email clients store some user data on disk where infostealers will often target it.

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

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

    • Accesses 2FA software files, possible credential harvesting

    • Accesses cryptocurrency files/wallets, possible credential harvesting

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Checks whether UAC is enabled

    • Enumerates connected drives

      Attempts to read the root path of hard drives other than the default C: drive.

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Writes to the Master Boot Record (MBR)

      Bootkits write to the MBR to gain persistence at a level below the operating system.

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      Archive.zip__ccacaxs2tbz2t6ob3e.exe

    • Size

      430KB

    • MD5

      a3cab1a43ff58b41f61f8ea32319386b

    • SHA1

      94689e1a9e1503f1082b23e6d5984d4587f3b9ec

    • SHA256

      005d3b2b78fa134092a43e53112e5c8518f14cf66e57e6a3cc723219120baba6

    • SHA512

      8f084a866c608833c3bf95b528927d9c05e8d4afcd8a52c3434d45c8ba8220c25d2f09e00aade708bbbc83b4edea60baf826750c529e8e9e05b1242c56d0198d

    • Creates new service(s)

    • Downloads MZ/PE file

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • 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

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Drops desktop.ini file(s)

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Target

      CVE-2018-15982_PoC.swf

    • Size

      12KB

    • MD5

      82fe94beb621a4368e76aa4a51998c00

    • SHA1

      b7c79b8f05c3d998e21d01b07b9ba157160581a9

    • SHA256

      c61dd1b37cbf2d72e3670e3c8dff28959683e6d85b8507cda25efe1dffc04bdb

    • SHA512

      055677c2194ff132dc3c50ef900a36a0e4b8e5b85d176047fdefdec049aff4d5e2db1ccffefaf65575b4ca41e81fd24beb3c7cfd2fce6275642638d0cf624d27

    Score
    3/10
    • Target

      CVWSHSetup[1].bin/WSHSetup[1].exe

    • Size

      898KB

    • MD5

      cb2b4cd74c7b57a12bd822a168e4e608

    • SHA1

      f2182062719f0537071545b77ca75f39c2922bf5

    • SHA256

      5987a6e42c3412086b7c9067dc25f1aaa659b2b123581899e9df92cb7907a3ed

    • SHA512

      7a38be8c1270b1224be4975ad442a964b2523c849f748e5356156cdce39e494c64ca80b0d99c1d989d77f072902de8972e0b113894c9791fb0cabf856dbba348

    Score
    4/10
    • Target

      DiskInternals_Uneraser_v5_keygen.exe

    • Size

      12MB

    • MD5

      17c4b227deaa34d22dd0addfb0034e04

    • SHA1

      0cf926384df162bc88ae7c97d1b1b9523ac6b88c

    • SHA256

      a64f6d4168bbb66930b32482a88193c45d8aae6af883714d6688ed407e176a6e

    • SHA512

      691751cf5930563fc33aa269df87284ef5d69ae332faed3a142529babd988c54ec86a3517ea2e71373491bbb39962e801feb731e1d564c7294ae517b754ffc0c

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • Identifies VirtualBox via ACPI registry values (likely anti-VM)

    • Blocklisted process makes network request

    • Downloads MZ/PE file

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • Checks BIOS information in registry

      BIOS information is often read in order to detect sandboxing environments.

    • Checks computer location settings

      Looks up country code configured in the registry, likely geofence.

    • Identifies Wine through registry keys

      Wine is a compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications, which can be used as sandboxing environment.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

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

    • Accesses cryptocurrency files/wallets, possible credential harvesting

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Target

      ForceOp 2.8.7 - By RaiSence.exe

    • Size

      1MB

    • MD5

      0a88ebdd3ae5ab0b006d4eaa2f5bc4b2

    • SHA1

      6bf1215ac7b1fde54442a9d075c84544b6e80d50

    • SHA256

      26509645fe956ff1b7c540b935f88817281b65413c62da67e597eaefb2406680

    • SHA512

      54c8cde607bd33264c61dbe750a34f8dd190dfa400fc063b61efcd4426f0635c8de42bc3daf8befb14835856b4477fec3bdc8806c555e49684528ff67dd45f37

    Score
    10/10
    • DcRat

      DarkCrystal(DC) is a new .NET RAT active since June 2019 capable of loading additional plugins.

    • Suspicious use of NtCreateProcessExOtherParentProcess

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Target

      HYDRA.exe

    • Size

      2MB

    • MD5

      c52bc39684c52886712971a92f339b23

    • SHA1

      c5cb39850affb7ed322bfb0a4900e17c54f95a11

    • SHA256

      f8c17cb375e8ccad5b0e33dae65694a1bd628f91cac6cf65dd11f50e91130c2d

    • SHA512

      2d50c1aa6ca237b9dbe97f000a082a223618f2164c8ab42ace9f4e142c318b2fc53e91a476dbe9c2dd459942b61507df5c551bd5c692a2b2a2037e4f6bd2a12b

    • SmokeLoader

      Modular backdoor trojan in use since 2014.

    • Suspicious use of NtCreateUserProcessOtherParentProcess

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Drops startup file

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Maps connected drives based on registry

      Disk information is often read in order to detect sandboxing environments.

    • Target

      Keygen.exe

    • Size

      849KB

    • MD5

      dbde61502c5c0e17ebc6919f361c32b9

    • SHA1

      189749cf0b66a9f560b68861f98c22cdbcafc566

    • SHA256

      88cad5f9433e50af09ac9cad9db06e9003e85be739060b88b64186c05c0d636b

    • SHA512

      d9b8537f05844ec2f2549e2049e967a8023bfe432e3a9cf25fc0f7ad720e57a5830be733e1812cc806c5b68cd9586a031e394f67fc7e3f7fe390625fd5dedfbb

    • AsyncRat

      AsyncRAT is designed to remotely monitor and control other computers.

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • Contains code to disable Windows Defender

      A .NET executable tasked with disabling Windows Defender capabilities such as realtime monitoring, blocking at first seen, etc.

    • ModiLoader, DBatLoader

      ModiLoader is a Delphi loader that misuses cloud services to download other malicious families.

    • Modifies Windows Defender Real-time Protection settings

    • Oski

      Oski is an infostealer targeting browser data, crypto wallets.

    • Raccoon

      Simple but powerful infostealer which was very active in 2019.

    • Remcos

      Remcos is a closed-source remote control and surveillance software.

    • Async RAT payload

    • ModiLoader First Stage

    • Blocklisted process makes network request

    • Downloads MZ/PE file

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Reads user/profile data of local email clients

      Email clients store some user data on disk where infostealers will often target it.

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

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

    • Windows security modification

    • Accesses cryptocurrency files/wallets, possible credential harvesting

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Drops desktop.ini file(s)

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      Lonelyscreen.1.2.9.keygen.by.Paradox/Lonelyscreen.1.2.9.keygen.by.Paradox.exe

    • Size

      13MB

    • MD5

      48c356e14b98fb905a36164e28277ae5

    • SHA1

      d7630bd683af02de03aebc8314862c512acd5656

    • SHA256

      b2f43148c08f4fe2a0902873813fd7bbb9b513920089939c220826097480396c

    • SHA512

      278ae5723544691844aae917938c7ab835f5da9c01c59472497112ca9f5d326a2586fa0bc79fbd0d907aab972b3f855c0087656c5e10504adc760b756ada221b

    • Nirsoft

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • VMProtect packed file

      Detects executables packed with VMProtect commercial packer.

    • 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

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Target

      LtHv0O2KZDK4M637.exe

    • Size

      10MB

    • MD5

      5e25abc3a3ad181d2213e47fa36c4a37

    • SHA1

      ba365097003860c8fb9d332f377e2f8103d220e0

    • SHA256

      3e385633fc19035dadecf79176a763fe675429b611dac5af2775dd3edca23ab9

    • SHA512

      676596d21cab10389f47a3153d53bbd36b161c77875a4e4aa976032770cb4ec7653c521aaeda98ab4da7777e49f426f4019298d5fc4ed8be2f257e9d0868d681

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • Modifies Windows Defender Real-time Protection settings

    • Modifies visiblity of hidden/system files in Explorer

    • RMS

      Remote Manipulator System (RMS) is a remote access tool developed by Russian organization TektonIT.

    • UAC bypass

    • Windows security bypass

    • xmrig

      XMRig is a high performance, open source, cross platform CPU/GPU miner.

    • ACProtect 1.3x - 1.4x DLL software

      Detects file using ACProtect software.

    • Detected Stratum cryptominer command

      Looks to be attempting to contact Stratum mining pool.

    • Grants admin privileges

      Uses net.exe to modify the user's privileges.

    • XMRig Miner Payload

    • ASPack v2.12-2.42

      Detects executables packed with ASPack v2.12-2.42

    • Blocks application from running via registry modification

      Adds application to list of disallowed applications.

    • Drops file in Drivers directory

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Modifies Windows Firewall

    • Registers new Print Monitor

    • Sets DLL path for service in the registry

    • Sets file to hidden

      Modifies file attributes to stop it showing in Explorer etc.

    • Stops running service(s)

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Modifies file permissions

    • Reads data files stored by FTP clients

      Tries to access configuration files associated with programs like FileZilla.

    • Reads local data of messenger clients

      Infostealers often target stored data of messaging applications, which can include saved credentials and account information.

    • Reads user/profile data of local email clients

      Email clients store some user data on disk where infostealers will often target it.

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

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

    • Accesses cryptocurrency files/wallets, possible credential harvesting

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Checks whether UAC is enabled

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Modifies WinLogon

    • Target

      OnlineInstaller.exe

    • Size

      3MB

    • MD5

      4b042bfd9c11ab6a3fb78fa5c34f55d0

    • SHA1

      b0f506640c205d3fbcfe90bde81e49934b870eab

    • SHA256

      59c662a5207c6806046205348b22ee45da3f685fe022556716dbbd6643e61834

    • SHA512

      dae5957c8eee5ae7dd106346f7ea349771b693598f3d4d54abb39940c3d1a0b5731c8d4e07c29377838988a1e93dcd8c2946ce0515af87de61bca6de450409d3

    Score
    8/10
    • Drops file in Drivers directory

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Checks for any installed AV software in registry

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Target

      Remouse.Micro.Micro.v3.5.3.serial.maker.by.aaocg.exe

    • Size

      9MB

    • MD5

      edcc1a529ea8d2c51592d412d23c057e

    • SHA1

      1d62d278fe69be7e3dde9ae96cc7e6a0fa960331

    • SHA256

      970645912c0c0b6eb857236e6bcbfcafcb0eaf0f19d2b278c5b180ee31bb8a5d

    • SHA512

      c8d9fc14c74c87284ed92d7879e5968129572b8fc4e921f48a14b82b98f26737f89daa87213cd9068fa53a8ef84b8e07f1ce053f06790d417ff8dc621b346cab

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • Nirsoft

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Suspicious Office macro

      Office document equipped with 4.0 macros.

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • 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

    • Checks whether UAC is enabled

    • Enumerates connected drives

      Attempts to read the root path of hard drives other than the default C: drive.

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Writes to the Master Boot Record (MBR)

      Bootkits write to the MBR to gain persistence at a level below the operating system.

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      Treasure.Vault.3D.Screensaver.keygen.by.Paradox.exe

    • Size

      10MB

    • MD5

      8103aad9a6f5ee1fb4f764fc5782822a

    • SHA1

      4fb4f963243d7cb65394e59de787aebe020b654c

    • SHA256

      4a5da8ebf650091c99c7a9d329ecb87533c337ab9e5642ff0355485ed419ec40

    • SHA512

      e65b7d2bdfda07a2ca22d109d39d98395915ee9ec486c44f358885e03bc3e9f9be0ce81706accbe412243ef8d62b9e364f6b1961cfe4469f3c3892821fccfae8

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • PlugX

      PlugX is a RAT (Remote Access Trojan) that has been around since 2008.

    • RedLine

      RedLine Stealer is a malware family written in C#, first appearing in early 2020.

    • RedLine Payload

    • SmokeLoader

      Modular backdoor trojan in use since 2014.

    • Vidar

      Vidar is an infostealer based on Arkei stealer.

    • Nirsoft

    • Creates new service(s)

    • Downloads MZ/PE file

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Suspicious Office macro

      Office document equipped with 4.0 macros.

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • Checks computer location settings

      Looks up country code configured in the registry, likely geofence.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Modifies file permissions

    • 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

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Checks whether UAC is enabled

    • Enumerates connected drives

      Attempts to read the root path of hard drives other than the default C: drive.

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Writes to the Master Boot Record (MBR)

      Bootkits write to the MBR to gain persistence at a level below the operating system.

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Suspicious use of SetThreadContext

    • Target

      VyprVPN.exe

    • Size

      1MB

    • MD5

      f1d5f022e71b8bc9e3241fbb72e87be2

    • SHA1

      1b8abac6f9ffc3571b14c68ae1bc5e7568b4106c

    • SHA256

      08fb58bfaee81d99cbb71bf71ba8f2ab4f107563c5b0c3f20484d096b337e50d

    • SHA512

      f16130958a3ff33b21623881cbdeec018dd031b4aeb01bbb676c4bdeb1ec1d4f7d312efab48b4125eaaf6ea1c8b0aa4e037b1959af1f10c2a55fbc2da9f3924f

    • Modifies WinLogon for persistence

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Checks computer location settings

      Looks up country code configured in the registry, likely geofence.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

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

    • Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger

    • Target

      WSHSetup[1].exe

    • Size

      898KB

    • MD5

      cb2b4cd74c7b57a12bd822a168e4e608

    • SHA1

      f2182062719f0537071545b77ca75f39c2922bf5

    • SHA256

      5987a6e42c3412086b7c9067dc25f1aaa659b2b123581899e9df92cb7907a3ed

    • SHA512

      7a38be8c1270b1224be4975ad442a964b2523c849f748e5356156cdce39e494c64ca80b0d99c1d989d77f072902de8972e0b113894c9791fb0cabf856dbba348

    Score
    3/10
    • Target

      api.exe

    • Size

      22MB

    • MD5

      3561a1c35184a0b60b89f4b560a9660d

    • SHA1

      e39442388db90a088a8eb8ce46d4f61182334a1b

    • SHA256

      3f1e28e961239c01602b1ce7555f51778c9f369b059ef07b75a7d9dee70ff8b1

    • SHA512

      7a83a669e8a72d6ec83952c9d57cc8059a6fff6f3564dab69ad50ca939a7d8e3f3d7d9ed74f8d06d060a39f8c4525fcfdcdecf2550c6fe57da0bef3df1f5ee75

    Score
    1/10
    • Target

      efd97b1038e063779fb32a3ab35adc481679a5c6c8e3f4f69c44987ff08b6ea4.js

    • Size

      920KB

    • MD5

      4339e3b6d6cf2603cc780e8e032e82f6

    • SHA1

      195c244a037815ec13d469e3b28e62a0e10bed56

    • SHA256

      efd97b1038e063779fb32a3ab35adc481679a5c6c8e3f4f69c44987ff08b6ea4

    • SHA512

      a87c47c998f667eb8ac280f4e6dc3df182d721c44267c68ee042c17e8168115e38f2e1d59c6928ca595bb93b3bfd112cbd7bffb0ee6ff8ca81f469056f26ff87

    Score
    3/10
    • Target

      good.exe

    • Size

      143KB

    • MD5

      b034e2a7cd76b757b7c62ce514b378b4

    • SHA1

      27d15f36cb5e3338a19a7f6441ece58439f830f2

    • SHA256

      90d3580e187b631a9150bbb4a640b84c6fa990437febdc42f687cc7b3ce1deac

    • SHA512

      1cea6503cf244e1efb6ef68994a723f549126fc89ef8a38c76cdcc050d2a4524e96402591d1d150d927a12dcac81084a8275a929cf6e5933fdf62502c9c84385

    • Phorphiex Worm

      Malware family which infects systems to distribute other malicious payloads such as ransomware, stealers and cryptominers.

    • Windows security bypass

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • Windows security modification

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Target

      infected dot net installer.exe

    • Size

      1MB

    • MD5

      6eb2b081d12ad12c2ce50da34438651d

    • SHA1

      2092c0733ec3a3c514568b6009ee53b9d2ad8dc4

    • SHA256

      1371b24900cbd474a6bc2804f0e79dbd7b0429368be6190f276db912d73eb104

    • SHA512

      881d14d87a7f254292f962181eee79137f612d13994ff4da0eb3d86b0217bcbac39e04778c66d1e4c3df8a5b934cbb6130b43c0d4f3915d5e8471e9314d82c1b

    Score
    8/10
    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Checks computer location settings

      Looks up country code configured in the registry, likely geofence.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Target

      update.exe

    • Size

      11MB

    • MD5

      c5c8d4f5d9f26bac32d43854af721fb3

    • SHA1

      e4119a28baa102a28ff9b681f6bbb0275c9627c7

    • SHA256

      3e32145dca0843c6d5258129821afaaeb653ddef7982912fe85ad4b326807402

    • SHA512

      09f39bccb210f96788193d597463c75d3213afd21ed93ac8c843f150d7cb8630f941f54cd8737cc88177dadeb479e8181b40a7f5219e40c948ff18d1955b4828

    • Azorult

      An information stealer that was first discovered in 2016, targeting browsing history and passwords.

    • Modifies Windows Defender Real-time Protection settings

    • Modifies visiblity of hidden/system files in Explorer

    • RMS

      Remote Manipulator System (RMS) is a remote access tool developed by Russian organization TektonIT.

    • RedLine

      RedLine Stealer is a malware family written in C#, first appearing in early 2020.

    • RedLine Payload

    • Windows security bypass

    • xmrig

      XMRig is a high performance, open source, cross platform CPU/GPU miner.

    • ACProtect 1.3x - 1.4x DLL software

      Detects file using ACProtect software.

    • Detected Stratum cryptominer command

      Looks to be attempting to contact Stratum mining pool.

    • Grants admin privileges

      Uses net.exe to modify the user's privileges.

    • XMRig Miner Payload

    • ASPack v2.12-2.42

      Detects executables packed with ASPack v2.12-2.42

    • Blocks application from running via registry modification

      Adds application to list of disallowed applications.

    • Drops file in Drivers directory

    • Executes dropped EXE

    • Modifies Windows Firewall

    • Sets DLL path for service in the registry

    • Sets file to hidden

      Modifies file attributes to stop it showing in Explorer etc.

    • Stops running service(s)

    • UPX packed file

      Detects executables packed with UPX/modified UPX open source packer.

    • Loads dropped DLL

    • Modifies file permissions

    • Reads data files stored by FTP clients

      Tries to access configuration files associated with programs like FileZilla.

    • Reads local data of messenger clients

      Infostealers often target stored data of messaging applications, which can include saved credentials and account information.

    • Reads user/profile data of local email clients

      Email clients store some user data on disk where infostealers will often target it.

    • Reads user/profile data of web browsers

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

    • Accesses cryptocurrency files/wallets, possible credential harvesting

    • Adds Run key to start application

    • Checks installed software on the system

      Looks up Uninstall key entries in the registry to enumerate software on the system.

    • Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2

    • Looks up external IP address via web service

      Uses a legitimate IP lookup service to find the infected system's external IP.

    • Modifies WinLogon

    • Drops file in System32 directory

    • Target

      vir1.xls

    • Size

      303KB

    • MD5

      f5ec41ec42ebdec9404692dde8fb9d15

    • SHA1

      39f10e1ea5153fa70be025a2d392dcf62966412e

    • SHA256

      7a5d5f4ceb3c815d6fb882777d0859b9757e27edd5a95eb1c2b88dc438d09c92

    • SHA512

      359fddc66f069137e030d2a039ddcfc76ab0e22769ff58f3a0571bae81fb94f87aed23c995eeab545c578e065339f3c1ea2b0623d33835f44054672f717f9952

    Score
    1/10
    • Target

      xNet.dll

    • Size

      99KB

    • MD5

      bf1f76644bddd20339548ebacf7a48eb

    • SHA1

      38114702114105eb3df3f74bf4c68ef7db436f47

    • SHA256

      5d9c2b1822bcaa71ddeaa5426d4312d8e174766ae8864c7add29d7f44cea87f2

    • SHA512

      76132c9e29a0a3054cd41c56d5184951d392a2abd1995e14b34c40f14b154914a6990c107e7fcf4139344759ae6048e9ecf0bdaf0447c1cd589dfacbf901b7c5

    Score
    1/10

MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

Tasks