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A One-two Punch of Emotet, TrickBot, & Ryuk Stealing & Ransoming Data

Research

A One-two Punch of Emotet, TrickBot, & Ryuk Stealing & Ransoming Data

The Cybereason team has identified a malware campaign that combines Emotet, TrickBot, and Ryuk to steal and ransom data.

Triple Threat: Emotet Deploys TrickBot to Steal Data & Spread Ryuk

Research

Triple Threat: Emotet Deploys TrickBot to Steal Data & Spread Ryuk

The Cybereason team has uncovered a severe threat that adapts Emotet to drop TrickBot, and adapts TrickBot to not only steal data but also download the Ryuk ransomware.

Use SIEM and EDR Together to Improve Defenses and Save Money

Cybersecurity

Use SIEM and EDR Together to Improve Defenses and Save Money

Our white paper explores the complementary and interdependent uses of SIEM, SOAR, and EDR technologies. By using these tools in conjunction with clearly defined roles, security operations teams can reduce costs, improve security, and assist human intelligence in a repeatable, reliable way.

Delayed Detections in MITRE ATT&CK: What Do They Mean for a Business?

MITRE ATT&CK Framework

Delayed Detections in MITRE ATT&CK: What Do They Mean for a Business?

During the recent MITRE evaluations, it became apparent that many security vendors, while able to detect threats, were doing so well after the fact. It's important to consider what these delayed detections would mean for a SOC experiencing a real breach.

New Ursnif Variant Comes with Enhanced Information Stealing Features

Research

New Ursnif Variant Comes with Enhanced Information Stealing Features

The Cybereason research team observed a new campaign involving Ursnif in the beginning of 2019 attacking users in Japan across multiple customer environments. This Ursnif variant has enhanced stealing modules focused on taking data from mail clients and email credentials stored in browsers.

New Ursnif Variant Targets Japan Packed with New Features

Research

New Ursnif Variant Targets Japan Packed with New Features

In this research we dissect a recent campaign that uses language checks and steganography to evade detection. The new variant features a stealthy persistence mechanism, revamped information-stealing modules focusing on mail clients and cryptocurrency, and targets Japanese security products.

Defensive Gap Assessment with MITRE ATT&CK

MITRE ATT&CK Framework

Defensive Gap Assessment with MITRE ATT&CK

Our white paper shares five essential stages you should be following to implement a closed-loop, tactical security effort with MITRE ATT&CK. Combining techniques, tactics, and procedures with adversary emulation plans, this white paper gives you background to build an effective, iterative defense.

MITRE ATT&CK Evaluations Prove Cybereason Best Enables Defenders to Avoid Material Harm

MITRE ATT&CK Framework

MITRE ATT&CK Evaluations Prove Cybereason Best Enables Defenders to Avoid Material Harm

The Cybereason Defense Platform has been evaluated by MITRE to show how we approach threat detection in the context of the MITRE ATT&CK framework. Check out how we did.

The Newest Variant of the Astaroth Trojan Evades Detection in the Sneakiest Way

Next Generation Antivirus

The Newest Variant of the Astaroth Trojan Evades Detection in the Sneakiest Way

In this overview, we explain one of the most recent and unique campaigns involving the Astaroth trojan. This spam campaign targeted Brazil and was able to infiltrate systems in a unique way - using processes in some security products.

Astaroth Malware Uses Legitimate OS and Antivirus Processes to Steal Passwords and Personal Data

Malware

Astaroth Malware Uses Legitimate OS and Antivirus Processes to Steal Passwords and Personal Data

In this research, we explain one of the most recent and unique campaigns involving the Astaroth trojan. This Trojan and information stealer was recognized in Europe and chiefly affected Brazil through the abuse of native OS processes and the exploitation of security-related products.