Tag: Lee Archinal

Rule Digest: RATs, Infostealers, and Emotet Malware

Today is Saturday, which means it’s time for our next Rule Digest, in which we will tell you about interesting content for malware detection released this week. And yes, we again pay particular attention to the rules that participants in the Threat Bounty Program have published. We start with the rule published by Ariel Millahuel, […]

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Detection Content: Finding the Lokibot Trojan

Lokibot is trojan-type malware designed to collect a wide range of sensitive data. It was first noticed in 2015 and remains very popular among cybercriminals as it can be purchased at the underground forum by any attacker. A couple of years ago, “tinkerers” learned how to add C&C infrastructure addresses to the Trojan on their […]

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Rule Digest: APT Groups, Malware Campaigns and Windows Telemetry

This week our Rule Digest covers more content than usual. It compiles rules for detecting recent attacks of state-sponsored actors, malware campaigns conducted by cybercriminals, and abusing Windows telemetry.   Mustang Panda is the China-based threat group that has demonstrated an ability to rapidly assimilate new tools and tactics into its operations. This APT group […]

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Detection Content: APT38 Malware

We recently published a rule to discover one of the latest tools of the notorious APT38 group more known as Lazarus or Hidden Cobra. And it is time to continue publishing content to discover this sophisticated cybercriminal group. In today’s article, we will give the links on fresh detection content from one of the first […]

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Interview with Developer: Lee Archinal

We are starting a series of interviews with participants of the Developer Program (https://my.socprime.com/en/tdm-developers) to introduce you to these wonderful people who are searching the web for relevant threats and create unique content for their detection. Meet Lee Archinal! Hello Lee, hope you are inspired enough today to write a bit about yourself and your […]

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