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SOC Prime Threat Bounty — May 2023 Results

Threat Bounty Publications In May, members of the Threat Bounty community submitted 426 rules for a chance of publication to the SOC Prime Platform for monetization. After consideration and validation by SOC Prime’s team, 81 detections were successfully published. Explore Detections We are happy to report that the information provided during the Threat Bounty Developer […]

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Threat Bounty April results
SOC Prime Threat Bounty —  April 2023 Results

Threat Bounty Publications In April, the active members of the SOC Prime Threat Bounty community submitted 430 detection rules for review by the SOC Prime team for verification and to earn a chance to monetize their content. However, only 64 rules passed validation and were successfully published to the SOC Prime Platform. Explore Detections We […]

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Threat Bounty Program January23
SOC Prime Threat Bounty —  January 2023 Results

Threat Bounty Publications The first month of 2023 has brought invaluable contributions from our Threat Bounty members to the global cyber community. The SOC Prime team received 626 rules for examination and review submitted by our detection content experts. As a result, 144 rules successfully passed the verification and were published to the SOC Prime […]

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SOC Prime Threat Bounty —  December 2022 Results

December ‘22 Publications During the last month of the year 2022,  Threat Bounty developers managed to submit 441 rules to review by SOC Prime Team for a chance of publication to the Platform for monetization. The submitted rules were reviewed by a team of seasoned engineers, and based on the collective decisions, 126 rules were […]

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Threat Bounty Program November
SOC Prime Threat Bounty —  November 2022 Results

November ‘22 Publications During the previous month, members of Threat Bounty community submitted 433 rules for publication to the SOC Prime Platform. A number of rules were automatically rejected on the stage of automated checks because of structure, syntax, logic mistakes, or content duplication and were not sent to review by SOC Prime experts. In […]

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SOC Prime Threat Bounty — September 2022 Results

September ‘22 Publications In September, members of the Threat Bounty Community submitted 441 rules for review by the SOC Prime team via the Developer Portal and Sigma rules Slack Bot. However, only 183 rules have successfully passed the verification and were approved for publication on the SOC Prime Platform. When creating new rules and submitting […]

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Lazarus-Strikes-Again
Lazarus Group Resurfaces, Exploiting Log4j Vulnerability and Spreading MagicRAT

Lazarus Group, also known as APT38, Dark Seoul, Hidden Cobra, and Zinc, has garnered a reputation as a highly-qualified and well-funded state-sponsored cluster of criminal hackers, wreaking havoc since 2009. In the most recent campaign, Lazarus deployed novel MagicRAT malware after exploiting vulnerabilities in VMWare Horizon platforms, such as a high-profile Log4j flaw. The notorious […]

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Redeemer 2.0 Ransomware
Redeemer Ransomware Detection: New Version Distributed on Underground Forums

The Redeemer ransomware builder’s author put a new spin on the malware’s software, distributing its new version on cybercrime forums. Redeemer 2.0 ransomware version is written in C++ and is built to infect Windows OS hosts. The first version of Redeemer was released in the Summer of 2021, followed by its upgraded variant published last […]

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Manjusaka Offensive Framework
Manjusaka Offensive Framework Detection: New Malware Family Quickly Catapults Into Operation

A novel attack framework called “Manjusaka” is currently making rounds in the wild. The name “Manjusaka,” which means “cow flower,” is far from denoting the high level of offense potential the attack framework bears. Deriving from ample evidence, the campaign operators behind this malware family are believed to be China-based. Developers of Manjusaka have designed […]

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The 8220 Cryptomining Group
8220 Gang Crimeware Group: Infects Cloud Hosts and Operates a Botnet and PwnRig Cryptocurrency Miner

8220 Gang, aka 8220 Mining Group, has ramped up activity in the last year, growing the cloud botnet of infected hosts from 2,000 in mid-2021 to 30,000 and counting as of now. In their previous attacks, the threat group focused on leveraging existing vulnerabilities and launching brute-force attacks to compromise cloud servers and drop cryptocurrency […]

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