GravityRAT – The Two-Year Evolution Of An APT Targeting India
GravityRAT malware has implemented new features, such as file exfiltration, remote command execution capability and anti-vm techniques. Consistent evolution and innovation beyond standard remote code execution is concerning.
Malware monitor – leveraging PyREBox for malware analysis
This post was authored by Xabier Ugarte Pedrero In July 2017 we released PyREBox, a Python Scriptable Reverse Engineering Sandbox as an open source tool. This project is part...
Fake AV Investigation Unearths KevDroid, New Android Malware
Talos identified two variants of the Android Remote Administration Tool (RAT) with the capability to steal information on the compromised device (contacts, SMS and phone history) and record phone calls.
Don’t Let Malware Slip Through Your Fingers
Detecting and stopping malware is a difficult problem to solve. As the methods of detection and prevention become more advanced so too do the techniques used by malware authors.
Secure by Design: Enhanced Interfaces Improve Email Security and Malware Analysis
In the infosec world, it’s well established that time is a precious commodity. Time to detection and time to resolution are critical concepts that can mean the difference between a...
The new face of Threat Grid for 2018
Threat Grid's engineering team is always working on improvements to our leading malware analysis and threat intelligence platform. In the latter part of 2017 and into early 2018, the team...
Demystifying the API (Using Threat Grid as an Example)
Let's talk about API usage. An API is a means of interacting with a program via another program. Just like a UI is a User Interface, an API is an...
Black Hat Europe 2017: Malware Analysis in the SOC
New Cisco Threat Grid dashboard yields faster malware analysis and response Black Hat Europe kicked off just after the X Factor series finale was recorded live at the London ExCel Center, briefly mixing the Network Operations Centre (NOC) and Security Operations Centre (SOC) staff with hordes of teenaged fans. A few team members confessed to […]
This post was authored by Warren Mercer, Paul Rascagneres and with contributions from Jungsoo An. Earlier this year, Talos published 2 articles concerning South Korean threats. The first one was about the use of a malicious HWP document which dropped downloaders used to retrieve malicious payloads on several compromised websites. One of the website was a compromised government website. We […]