Dridex is a well-known banking malware that evolves constantly. This time we analyze a new variant that uses an effective technique to bypass security solutions.
The attack unfolded over 2 days in which the attackers gradually moved deeper into the network after obtaining initial access. The vast majority of operations were carried out using powershell, as opposed to custom tools and malware, in order to maintain a low detection profile. The evaluation goal is to show how tested solutions respond to the attack and what kind of visibility is provided along the entire kill-chain.
Introduction AVE_MARIA, a malware used in phishing campaigns and so far identified only as an info-stealer, appears to be more complex and insidious, offering a wide range of capabilities, from privilege escalation to camera exfiltration, RDP connections, email extraction and more. For the past few months we have been monitoring various phishing campaign delivering AVE_MARIA […]
In November 2018 we followed up on a tweet mentioning a potential malicious code disseminated in CHM (Microsoft Compiled HTML Help). A preliminary analysis caught the attention of our Threat Analysis and Intelligence team as it yielded interesting data that, among other things, shows that the attack campaign was targeting employees from financial entities, specifically […]
Over the past 3 months ReaQta has been working closely with VirusTotal to integrate ReaQta-Hive‘s behavioral engine, today we are excited to announce that the integration is complete and available to the public. VirusTotal is a free service that analyzes files and URLs to detect malicious content, the platform is well-known among security researchers as it […]
ReaQta has found evidence of an active Gootkit trojan campaign with focus on Italian government institutions. We began tracking the campaign since the end of November 2018 and so far it showed a very low detection rate.
During our daily threat hunting activities we have come across a tweet reporting an active spear-phishing campaign apparently targeting Turkey. After an initial assessment we decided to investigate further, finding similarities with other campaigns active in the recent past and possibly coming from the same actors.
Proactive Threat Hunting helps in the early detection of new threats and in the discovery of weak spots that can be leveraged by an attacker to gain or maintain access to an infrastructure. Traditional IOCs, combined with ATT&CK Mitre TTPs and Artificial Intelligence for discovery of new behaviors raises the bar for the attackers, helping responders to identify […]
On the 9th of October our customers started reporting the same kind of incident over the span of a few hours. The identified activity appears to be linked to the banking Trojan Ursnif, a long active malware, whose roots can be traced back to 2007 together with ZeuS and SpyEye, still with strong infection capabilities in […]
For the past weeks our Threat Intelligence team has been following an enxtesive campaign, possibly operated by the same group, targeting a large amount of financial institutions, cyptocurrency wallets and the occasional Google and Apple accounts. The attackers target their victims both with Phishing emails, typo-squatted domains and malicious attachments that eventually lead to the […]