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)"
According to Lab Dookhtegan, which you migth remeber him/their from HERE, HERE and HERE, Binder is a project related to IRGC cyber espionage group build for trojenize google apps (APK). The application “trojenization” is a well-known process which takes as input a good APK and a code to inject (a RAT, for example). The system […]Read more "MuddyWater: Binder Project (Part 1)"
Advanced and Persistent Threats are often inoculated by emails or by exploiting exposed vulnerabilities. Since vulnerability exploitation follows specific waves, it depends on vulnerability trends, the email vector become one of the most (ab)used and stable way to inoculate Malicious and unwanted software. A common way to attack victims is to make her open an […]Read more "Tracking PhishingKits for Hunting APT Evolution"
Scenario We are living hard time, many countries all around the world are hit by COVID-19 which happened to be a very dangerous disease. Unfortunately many deaths, thousands of infected people, few breathing equipment, stock burned Billion of dollars and a lot of companies are entering into a economic and financial crisis. Governments are doing […]Read more "Is APT27 Abusing COVID-19 To Attack People ?!"
Nowadays Iran’s Cybersecurity capabilities are under microscope, many news sites, gov. agencies and security experts warn about a possible cybersecurity infiltration from Iranian government and alert to increase cybersecurity defensive levels. Today I want to share a quick and short study based on cross correlation between MITRE ATT&CK and Malpedia about some of the main […]Read more "Iranian Threat Actors: Preliminary Analysis"
APT28 is a well known Russian cyber espionage group attributed, with a medium level of confidence, to Russian military intelligence agency GRU (by CrowdStrike). It is also known as Sofacy Group (by Kaspersky) or STRONTIUM (by Microsoft) and it’s used to target Aereospace, Defence, Governmente Agencies, International Organizations and Media. Today I’d like to share […]Read more "APT28 Attacks Evolution"
Introduction During a normal monitoring activity, one of the detection tools hits a suspicious email coming from the validtree.com domain. The domain was protected by a Panama company to hide its real registrant and this condition rang a warning bell on the suspected email so that it required a manual analysis in order to investigate […]Read more "TA-505 Cybercrime on System Integrator Companies"
Introduction During the past few days a cyber attack hit Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant: the largest nuclear power plant located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The news was announced on Monday October 28 by the Indian strategic infrastructure. In a press release on arstechnica, NPCIL Associate Director A. K. Nema stated, “Identification of […]Read more "Is Lazarus/APT38 Targeting Critical Infrastructures ?"
Today I’d like to share a comparative analysis on OilRig techniques mutation over time. In particular I will refer to great analyses made by Paloalto UNIT 42 plus my own ones (HERE, HERE, HERE, etc..) and more personal thoughts. I would define this group of references as reports. Those reports have been divided into 4 […]Read more "OilRig: the techniques evolution over time"