Deobfuscate Detection

Detect Deobfuscate /Decode Files or Information

Detect Deobfuscate /Decode Files or Information Adversaries may use Obfuscated Files or Information to hide artifacts of an intrusion from the analysis. They may require separate mechanisms to decode or deobfuscate that information depending on how they intend to use it. Methods for doing that include built-in functionality of malware, Scripting, PowerShell, or by using…

Detect Malicious Control Panel items

Detect Malicious Control Panel Items With This Free Splunk Detection Rule Windows Control Panel items are utilities that allow users to view and adjust computer settings. Control Panel items are registered executable (.exe) or Control Panel (.cpl) files, the latter are actually renamed dynamic-link library (.dll) files that export a CPlApplet function. Control Panel items…

CMSTP.exe

Detect CMSTP.exe with INF Files Infected with Malicious Commands with Free Splunk Detection Rule

Detect CMSTP.exe with INF Files Infected with Malicious Commands with Free Splunk Detection Rule The Microsoft Connection Manager Profile Installer (CMSTP.exe) is a command-line program used to install Connection Manager service profiles. CMSTP.exe accepts an installation information file (INF) as a parameter and installs a service profile leveraged for remote access connections. ID: T1191 Tactic:…

Detection of Audio Capture Attack with Splunk Detection Rule

Detection of Audio Capture Attack with Splunk Detection Rule

Detection of Audio Capture Attack with Splunk Detection Rule Detection of Audio Capture Attack ID: T1123 Tactic: Collection Platform: Linux, macOS, Windows An adversary can leverage a computer’s peripheral devices (e.g., microphones and webcams) or applications (e.g., voice and video call services) to capture audio recordings for the purpose of listening to sensitive conversations to gather information. Malware…