Author: Jelle Vergeer The first part of this blog will be the story of how this tool found it's way into existence, the problems we faced and the thought process followed. The second part will be a more technical deep dive into the tool itself, how to use it, and how it works. Storytime About … Continue reading StreamDivert: Relaying (specific) network connections
Detecting both ‘offensive’ and obfuscated PowerShell scripts in Splunk using Windows Event Log 4104 This blog provides a ‘look behind the scenes’ at the RIFT Data Science team and describes the process of moving from the need or an idea for research towards models that can be used in practice. More specifically, how known and … Continue reading Machine learning from idea to reality: a PowerShell case study
Authors: Nikolaos Pantazopoulos, Stefano Antenucci (@Antelox), Michael Sandee and in close collaboration with NCC’s RIFT. About the Research and Intelligence Fusion Team (RIFT):RIFT leverages our strategic analysis, data science, and threat hunting capabilities to create actionable threat intelligence, ranging from IOCs and detection capabilities to strategic reports on tomorrow's threat landscape. Cyber security is an … Continue reading WastedLocker: A New Ransomware Variant Developed By The Evil Corp Group
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.