APT reports

Red October – Indicators of compromise

Since our announcement about “Red October”, we’ve received a lot of questions on how to quickly identify compromised systems.

That’s why together with our partner Alienvault we’ve decided to put together a small whitepaper for CERTs and system administrators which can help identify and mitigate the attack.

The small whitepaper includes summarized information about malware’s known locations in infected systems, command and control domains and servers, snort rules, RC4 encryption keys, passwords and an industry standard IOC file with all these informations.

At the moment, our sinkhole is still registering traffic from 36 infected victims in several countries. We hope the information will help CERTs and admins to successfully identify and eradicate the infections.

Download the whitepaper: “Red October – Indicators of compromise”

Red October – Indicators of compromise

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Reports

The SessionManager IIS backdoor

In early 2022, we investigated an IIS backdoor called SessionManager. It has been used against NGOs, government, military and industrial organizations in Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, Russia and the Middle East.

APT ToddyCat

ToddyCat is a relatively new APT actor responsible for multiple sets of attacks against high-profile entities in Europe and Asia. Its main distinctive signs are two formerly unknown tools that we call ‘Samurai backdoor’ and ‘Ninja Trojan’.

WinDealer dealing on the side

We have discovered that malware dubbed WinDealer, spread by Chinese-speaking APT actor LuoYu, has an ability to perform intrusions through a man-on-the-side attack.

APT trends report Q1 2022

This is our latest summary of advanced persistent threat (APT) activity, focusing on events that we observed during Q1 2022.

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