Publicly discovered in late April 2020, the Team9 malware family (also known as ‘Bazar’) appears to be a new malware being developed by the group behind Trickbot. Even though the development of the malware appears to be recent, the developers have already developed two components with rich functionality. The purpose of this blog post is to describe the functionality of the two components, the loader and the backdoor.
Introduction A few weeks ago we published a config decrypter for a sample that we believe is related with the Chafer group. Chafer is a well-known group which has primarily been operating in the Middle East. Their arsenal includes several custom-made tools, variants of the Remexi malware and open-source/publically available tools such as ‘Mimikatz’ or … Continue reading Chafer backdoor analysis
In July 2018 a security researcher named Simon Choi reported that a group, which goes by the name Group123 (also known as APT37 or Reaper), used spear-phishing emails to spread their malicious payload . Shortly afterwards it was revealed that the attacker was using an exploit for a vulnerability in Hangul Word (CVE-2017-8291) and that … Continue reading RokRat Analysis
Introduction Hacking groups linked to the Chinese state are not a new threat. In fact, for the last couple years they have tended to be the most active along with Russian state affiliated hacking groups. One of these groups is the ‘Emissary Panda’ group, also known as TG-3390, APT 27 and Bronze Union. This is … Continue reading Emissary Panda – A potential new malicious tool
During a forensic investigation in March 2018 we were able to retrieve some files which appeared to be linked with a well-known group named Iron Tiger. From our research, we believe that the perpetrator hasn’t shown any advanced technical capabilities in this attack. In fact, the main goal was to mine cryptocurrency. During the investigation … Continue reading Decoding network data from a Gh0st RAT variant