Introduction In today’s digital landscape, the prevalence of cyber threats and incidents has become a significant concern for individuals, organizations, and governments alike. I have had the opportunity to explore numerous vendor reports in the past months and gain insights into the evolving nature of breaches and incidents. Through my research, I have discovered a […]Read more "2023 Breaches and Incidents: Personal Notes"
During talks and presentations people often ask me how do I remember so many names, different “artifacts” (a.k.a Malware) and groups. I actually ended up with a “hemmm … well… actually I just remember them since I read and write a lot about cyber threats”. So here it comes the Malware Family CheatSheet. This work […]Read more "Malware Families CheatSheet"
Introduction Phishing kits are tools that dark side experts provide to the community of criminal phishers to facilitate the construction of malicious Web sites. As these kitsevolve in sophistication, providers of Web-based services need to keep pace withcontinuous complexity. Today I am proud to introduce a long time research that Andrea Venturi, Michele Colajanni, Giorgio […]Read more "Phishing Kits: Threat Actors Analysis Research"
Introduction When I’ve firstly seen the technique behind the Shellcode execution through Microsoft Windows Callbacks, I thought it was pure magic. But then, digging a little bit on it, I figured out that it was just brilliant ! Nowadays this technique is quite used in underground communities to inject shellcode into running processes so I […]Read more "Running Shellcode Through Windows Callbacks"
Before getting in the following Blog Post I would suggest you to read the “Part 1” of MuddyWater Binder Project which is available HERE, where you might contestualize the Code Highlights. Source Code Highlights Now it’s time to get into more core pieces of code. Let’s start with the file ConnectionHandler.cswhich is implementing the logic […]Read more "MuddyWater: Binder Project (Part 2)"
Today Yoroi released its last cybersecurity report (available HERE). Following I am copying one of its chapters to give you a little flawor about what you can get for free by downloading it ! Hope you might like its contents. The volume of the malicious code produced and disseminated in the wild is constantly increasing. […]Read more "0-Day Malware (2020)"
Detection is a key point in threat hunting. During the past few weeks, stright in the middle of the winter “holidays” (well, maybe if you live in a place where no COVID-19 lockdown was involved), many people re/started a studying program on cybersecurity. Some of them wrote to me asking if there is a way […]Read more "C2 Traffic Patterns: Personal Notes"
Today I’d like to share a quick analysis on a quite new and unknown threat spotted in the wild. The file which grabbed my attention is called Loader.js (md5: 59a03086db5ebd33615b819a7c3546a5) and if you wish you can download it from Yomi. A very similar (or maybe the same) threat has been observed in the past months […]Read more "Threat Actor: Unkown"
Nowadays malware authors use a lot of techniques to hide malicious payloads in order to bypass security products and to make malware analyst life harder and fun. There are many tools that you can use to extract content from malware and there is not a standard process, you can use different tools, different techniques and […]Read more "How To Unpack Malware: Personal Notes"
Today I am so happy to announce a big improvement in the threats observatory (available for here). The main improvement sees the introduction of clustering stereotypes for each tracked malware family in three different behaviors: Domains, Files and Processes. Every malware does specific actions on domains, files and processes realms by meaning that every sample […]Read more "Cyber Threats Observatory Gets Improvements"