Tag: Sittikorn Sangrattanapitak

BatLoader Malware Detection
BatLoader Malware Detection: Evasive Downloader on the Rise

Security experts warn of the notorious stealthy malware dubbed BatLoader, which has been increasingly infecting instances worldwide over the last few months. The notorious threat acts as a malware downloader dropping a variety of malicious payloads on the victims’ systems. During the latest campaigns, BatLoader has been observed delivering banking Trojans, ransomware samples, information stealers, […]

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SOC Prime Threat Bounty — October 2022 Results

October ‘22 Publications In October, the members of Threat Bounty Program actively contributed detections for critical emerging threats. After the SOC Prime validation, 256 detections were successfully released on the Platform and thus were included into monetization based on the client’s activities. Read Blog Explore Detections However, 375 rules were rejected to be published. SOC […]

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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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New Shikitega Malware
Shikitega Malware Detection: Executes Multistage Infection Chain, Grants Full Control

A new stealthy Linux malware named Shikitega is on the prowl for its victims. Its operators set up highly evasive attacks, targeting Linux and IoT devices. The Shikitega malware analysis shows that adversaries have adopted a multi-stage infection chain, aiming to achieve full control of the compromised system, exploit vulnerabilities, establish persistence, and drop additional […]

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CVE-2022-32223
CVE-2022-32223 Detection: New Vulnerability in Node.js

Researchers discovered that Node.js, an open source server environment, is susceptible to dynamic link library (DLL) hijacking if OpenSSL is installed on the target. The affected versions include all of the 16.x, and 14.x releases lines. Detect CVE-2022-32223 To timely identify possible system breaches through the exploitation of the CVE-2022-32223 flaw, download a Sigma rule […]

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ToddyCat APT Targets Microsoft Exchange Servers to Deploy Samurai Backdoor and Ninja Trojan

Meet a novel player in the cyber threat arena! Starting from late 2020 security experts are tracking a new APT collective, dubbed ToddyCat, which was spotted targeting Microsoft Exchange servers in Europe and Asia to deploy custom malware samples. Among the malicious strains distributed by the ToddyCat are previously unknown Samurai backdoor and Ninja Trojan […]

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