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 […]
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Introduction System calls are the ultimate high-level atomic actions that Malware writers might control. System calls sequences are the defacto ultimate way to divide behaviors between good and bad. For example the system call “encrypt” could be used by a privacy oriented software to encrypt content before shipping-it to a cloud storage or it could […]
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Today a simple update from my Cyber Threats Observatory (available HERE). Six months of this crazy year are over and it’s time to check some cyber threats trends. Once upon a time there was Emotet. It was on the TOP 5 on every ranking list, it reached the 5th epoch and it was able to […]
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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 […]
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Introduction We are living difficult times. From pandemic to Russia-Ukraine war. I was tempt to let a white post for remembering such a devastating times in my personal web corner, but I came out with the idea to remember these times by analyzing an involved sample in current cyber-conflicts. I start looking for Malware and […]
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Disclaimer This blog post, as all the blog posts in my web-corner, want to share cybersecurity related researches and personal experiences in order to improve threats analysis, risks and cybersecurity awareness. In this specific cases junior cybersecurity analysts could improve their skills for free by understanding how to build threat intelligence and how to track […]
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Many security researchers, professional cybersecurity analysts and cybsec organizations realized great analyses on DiskKill (HermeticWiper), some of my favorite are HERE, HERE and HERE. Today what I’d like to do, is to focus on specific HermeticWiper characteristics and looking for similarities (or differences) to another similar (and well known) cyber attack happened in Ukraine few […]
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Many times you hear about cybersecurity standards and many times you find yourself in a way to evaluate what you are developing (or what processes are going on in your company) and figure out what is the best standard for your organization to follow. After the third times I had to check a book and […]
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Kubernets and server-less applications would be the biggest next things to protect. So it would be a great idea to start to get practice on such environment, especially if you had no previous opportunities. Here my post on how to build your first kubernets cluster based on Raspberry Pi4 ! Raspberry is a cheap and […]
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APT28, also known as Sofacy Group is an (in)famous threat actor. It is a cyber espionage group believed to have ties to the Russian government. Likely operating since 2007, the group is known to target government, military, and security organizations and it has been characterized as an advanced persistent threat over the past years from […]
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