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Malware Round-up For The Week of Feb 27 Mar 3

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Today, Talos is publishing a glimpse into the most prevalent threats we've observed over the past week. Unlike our other posts, this post isn't meant to be an in-depth analysis. Instead, this post will summarize the threats we've observed by highlighting key behavior characteristics, indicators of compromise, and how our customers are automatically protected from these threats.

As a reminder, the information provided for the following threats in this post is non-exhaustive and current as of date of publication. Detection and coverage for the following threats is subject to updates pending additional threat or vulnerability analysis. For the most current information, please refer to your FireSIGHT Management Center, Snort.org, or ClamAV.net.

Win.Ransomware.Cerber-5901829-0

Ransomware

Cerber is a ransomware variant which encrypts a user's personal data such as office documents, pictures, and music. Cerber also attempts to exfiltrate browser history. If Cerber is unable to reach C2 server specific domain names, it will ping specific IP Address ranges over TCP on port 6892.

Indicators of Compromise

Registry keys created

Key Value name Value data HKEY_USERS\Software\Microsoft\ windows\ShellNoRoam\MUICache C:\WINDOWS\system32\ mshta.exe Microsoft (R) HTML Application host HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Cont rolSet001\Control\Session Manager PendingFileRenameOper ations \??\C:\001984854a008441d5a8804 10dd582a0ee6f68bbc0068abeab1f4 df1ae0b8af9.exe

Registry keys modified

N/A

Mutex Created

shell.{3EB72F14-EB8C-7844-D6B0-CDB105275440}

Files Created

Cerber drops a file named README.hta in all places it's encrypting files and on disk in the following locations:

%HOMEDRIVE%\README.hta %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\README.hta %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Sample Pictures\README.hta %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Cookies\README.hta %HOMEPATH%\Contacts\README.hta %HOMEPATH%\Desktop\README.hta %TEMP%\README.hta

Note that this is a non-exhaustive list.

IP Addresses

104.16.149.172 194.165.16.0/24 194.165.17.0/24 194.165.18.0/24 194.165.19.0/24
Domain Names

A DGA algorithm is used to generate the host and the domains name in use. Currently hosts contacted look like:

vyohacxzoue32vvk.[a-z0-9]{6}.(bid | top) btc.blockr.io More generic domains can be identified with with regex: [a-z0-9]{16}.[a-z0-9]{6}.(top|bid)

Example:

hjhqmbxyinislkkt.1mvku2[.]top

File Hashes

001984854a008441d5a880410dd582a0ee6f68bbc0068abeab1f4df1ae0b8af9 f1246caf5b90ffaa5dc03d7c74be88c866627730e79c8da722799b11c576afaa bdb7527abf68bd948502dcbd8663382b822910344c21fce1ac9bc0036cb26274 b48cec5ed5334f1526308bd9e40cde4877265fad488fd6d7935bd6b19edb196a 349ed9b9bd21ef37e31b062793b5648f87607b8815a32d425dca5a322d4e5b9e cd96f99b90ed85833ac19508d9c445a7352c971819e68073789aaf827fc21c2a c441013fcffe2b8bc71c4254882341883eab29db3eab05148c25b747113447ab 553d1a73ad634922ad77a317ca3ccd6a0b27a5d67b3429d0f08ea7c7b9967401 11a375d808fe0d440bbb6808766fc648a210b5621ae80908673b4f358ebae8ff 623c520afc9b32b4777accd9cb9b4422f49a53fc9fe6ff7dc21b7ffd783563ed bc753af8a4b203091fb6924e8f88a180e259ac77500eb056b7d04d840ee884e4 ffde0727f1b487d1a7b84912a2d923e5a7e5443673bee34e89acfd70ef7b1918 182dee2062bbbefad0090da61a8b4bdf9d95fa7db621fac9725ad165505b4f1b d5ffa9e5b51342eb7c6df5fe7cd60d95ad74955617524148b6e20bc054f0d151 938986cb2e87323e482e9d772200157abcacbbe9f962f197276555f750b24c25 e5ecdb92220696f09ad3500d8e52da3ecfb4f6e00cce6d0a9f224b30e7071394 b48e859aa8e297cf0bf6bb312c8845f18c4b822e84f6196ffde4d6a08530efd7 d2c8cc05a9ff073b7cf20026dee5f75a40125babb3c511e22627c9b2e4cf4c44 435b6935c28a3aad18a0d065c5ed851b797ae6963ae151b96628fff6d1bd8b59 63e1232a12bf86e1bdf9c1527b64eb3e6ae7cd1edb29ce9e2d518912e42d53aa 515e6c0cc23d0f8ff7a57737fbc1a7f06cdc86a46985086f91e39afa6d884da7 c8e32211dc0e0f5477d5424831f1261786adbca862c63f581d88d4448ecdbf1a 1180dac56afb5cdb93f910f4f1e9abcb2584462186ec26b7cc7fae8ae4d99db4 082496e6e7f49099ac4fe0f6d0652c3a8a2b87f54b05fcf1efef9e006cfa57a7 8fd920aa1a4d2b7e7082758c3fe6212fa664258862bfd05ca977a7e01456a2bf facb0523eb66f1b2262a81a5fb898c4ab3012c3ade377833906a43d5942ceff0 Coverage
Malware Round-up For The Week of Feb 27   Mar 3
Detection Engines

ThreatGrid


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Umbrella


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Malware Screenshots


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Doc.Macro.Generic-5900096-0

Macro downloader

Macro enabled office documents can be used to download malicious software or perform malicious operations on a system. This treat focuses on a common method used in macro code to download malicious software from an external source.

Indicators of Compromise

Registry keys created

N/A

Registry keys modified

N/A

Mutex Created

N/A

Files Created

C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\<download_file>.exe

IP Addresses

89.248.103.159

Domain Names

www.e-funciona.com

File Hashes

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Malware Round-up For The Week of Feb 27   Mar 3
Detection Engines

ThreatGrid


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Win.Trojan.Infostealer-5900674-0

Trojan (credential stealer)

Infostealer is a Windows trojan & acts as a stealer for credentials submitted through the Mozilla Firefox & Google Chrome web browsers. It uses a SQLite database to store the harvested credentials. Observed samples were written in the Delphi & packed with UPX. With no discernable network traffic during runtime, we suspect that the stolen credentials are held locally for another component in attacks that drop this trojan.

Indicators of Compromise
Registry keys created N/A

Registry keys modified

N/A

Mutex Created

\BaseNamedObjects\CTF.LBES.MutexDefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500 \BaseNamedObjects\CTF.Compart.MutexDefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500 \BaseNamedObjects\CTF.Asm.MutexDefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500 \BaseNamedObjects\CTF.Layouts.MutexDefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500 \BaseNamedObjects\CTF.TMD.MutexDefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500 \BaseNamedObjects\CTF.TimListCache.FMPDefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500MUTEX.DefaultS-1-5-21-2741372430-2673733078-4290318639-500

Files Created

%TEMP%\sqlite3.dll %SystemDrive%\history.txt %APPDATA%\moz.tmp %TEMP%\0.tmp %TEMP%\31379.tmp %SystemDrive%\pass.txt

IP Addresses

N/A

Domain Names

N/A

File Hashes

68f794cefe42c5b746abea703856036fed7ceaf571220874d8b70782d8d81569 2940298afc9b926b95a501ae12b28024b2e070eabffe28ca3da0f08f33c2c6c8 62aa96177f224e58362278d3424f90ebd4512b61214a36024685b0c7704ec60a 6850b01820037dbf2264f43140ff7780c35abef14d8c6e6bd8da9248a1b88943 864f375840c009d6260e2ac143dd09404e262b012e1ee4a16902f99004cbc862 68f794cefe42c5b746abea703856036fed7ceaf571220874d8b70782d8d81569 a38ac23db7f5c3343285e3a17d48823756c56e9a946e56fdd9612265c40f9f99 c8badfa7fe40d9bc10a33c118a75b920b4eb8f2f3d831376c095ba02515c7176 e8e697802bf0219cb54ab97910d436ef2e7dbe1c2a4abf0b406a42e2507265c1 Coverage
Malware Round-up For The Week of Feb 27   Mar 3
Detection Engines

ThreatGrid


Malware Round-up For The Week of Feb 27   Mar 3
Doc.Macro.Laroux-5893719-0

Macro downloader

Macro enabled office documents can be used to download malicious software or perform malicious operations on a system. This threat focuses on a common method used in this malware family to start code execution.

Indicators of Compromise

Registry keys created

N/A

Registry keys modified

N/A

Mutex Created

N/A

Files Created

N/A

IP Addresses

N/A

Domain Names

N/A

File Hashes

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Malware Round-up For The Week of Feb 27   Mar 3
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