The RiskIQ Illuminate App in the CrowdStrike Store

RiskIQ’s external data sets combined with CrowdStrike’s deep endpoint data deliver security practitioners increased visibility of their entire attack …

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RiskIQ, the global leader in attack surface management, today is pleased to announce that the RiskIQ Illuminate app is now available inside the CrowdStrike Store. The app delivers the capabilities of Illuminate, RiskIQ’s leading attack surface management platform, and pairs RiskIQ’s extensive internet intelligence with CrowdStrike’s rich endpoint telemetry. The combination of these two powerful data sets enables comprehensive visibility into an organization’s internal and external attack surface.

RiskIQ has collected, stored, and analyzed a decade’s worth of internet data to feed its technology, which discovers an organization’s external digital footprint, monitors it for threats, and enables quick and thorough threat investigations. These external data sets, unmatched in the industry, allow the Illuminate platform to function as a DVR for the Internet, giving security teams the ability to detect attacks and look back to understand why and how they happened.

RiskIQ’s external data sets combined with CrowdStrike’s deep endpoint data deliver security practitioners increased visibility of their entire attack surface and accelerate their investigation to respond more effectively to threats. As they conduct research, the RiskIQ app automatically identifies impacted endpoints. Analysts then gain a complete understanding of all related infrastructure to a given threat actor so companies can stay a step ahead of their adversaries.

“RiskIQ data powers several defense-based products and enables a community of over 85,000 security practitioners to conduct investigations into threats,” said RiskIQ PassiveTotal founder and Vice President of Strategy Brandon Dixon. “This data becomes even more powerful when combined with CrowdStrike’s endpoint telemetry.”

“CrowdStrike established the CrowdStrike Store to enable partners to bring innovation and new capabilities to market faster so that customers can more quickly spot and stop the breach,” said Andy Horwitz, vice president of CrowdStrike Store. “With RiskIQ as a partner, we can extend the power of our cloud-delivered CrowdStrike Falcon platform to provide security teams with 360-degree visibility and monitoring of their entire digital attack surface both inside and outside the firewall. This is critical for our customers to gain complete context with external internet intelligence and internal endpoint data to help accelerate threat investigation and incident response to defend their enterprise.”

Key benefits to the application include

  • Creates complete security visibility by bridging external and internal threat intelligence data in one location
  • Enriches investigations by automatically searching endpoints for indicators of compromise (IoCs) as analysts pivot
  • Displays CrowdStrike Falcon Intelligence data directly alongside detailed Internet collection data
  • Accelerates hunting or incident response engagements by surfacing related or overlapping infrastructure data
  • Identifies any visibility gaps within the organization by analyzing CrowdStrike endpoint coverage and comparing it with the organization’s attack surface

CrowdStrike customers can seamlessly trial the RiskIQ application through the CrowdStrike Store within the Falcon platform to gain a 360-degree view of their digital attack surface.

Read more about the integration here.

About RiskIQ

RiskIQ is the leader in digital attack surface management, providing the most comprehensive discovery, intelligence, and mitigation of threats associated with an organization’s digital presence. With more than 75 percent of attacks originating outside the firewall, RiskIQ allows enterprises to gain unified insight and control over web, social and mobile exposures. Trusted by thousands of security analysts, security teams, and CISO’s, RiskIQ’s platform combines advanced internet data reconnaissance and analytics to expedite investigations, understand digital attack surfaces, assess risk, and take action to protect the business, brand, and customers. Based in San Francisco, the company is backed by Summit Partners, Battery Ventures, Georgian Partners, and MassMutual Ventures.

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InnfiRAT Malware Steals Litecoin And Bitcoin Wallet Information

The RAT searches for wallet.dat files in the %AppData%Litecoin and %AppData%Bitcoin folders, with the immediately being collected, if found and …

New InnfiRAT Malware Hunts Down Litecoin And Bitcoin Wallet Info

A remote access Trojan (RAT) dubbed InnfiRAT comes with extensive capabilities to steal sensitive information, including cryptocurrency wallet data. Zscaler’s ThreatLabZ team took a closer look at its inner workings, although the malware has been in the wild for a while.

The earliest this RAT was spotted is November 2017, according to security researcher James_inthe_box, but this is the first time it was analyzed more seriously.

InnfiRAT is a .NET malware the ThreatLabZ team found, with anti-VM and process checks designed to help it detect when it’s running in a sandboxed environment, typically used for malware analysis.

After infecting the target’s computer, InnfiRAT will copy itself into %AppData%/NvidiaDriver.exe and will write a Base64-encoded PE file in memory that gets decoded to another .NET binary with the actual functionality of the malware.

FYI #Innfirat has been rolling around since 2017:https://t.co/VR5zBLQKIK

— James (@James_inthe_box) September 13, 2019

Persistence and anti-analysis measures

If the RAT discovers that it’s running in a sandbox, it will automatically terminate itself, otherwise, it would collect the compromised machine’s HWID and country.

InnfiRAT will also terminate itself if it discovers the processes of tools used for process monitoring such as Process Hacker, Process Explorer, and Process Monitor.

The processes of several web browsers will also be enumerated (i.e., Chrome, Yandex, Kometa, Amigo, Torch, Orbitum, Opera, Mozilla) and, if found, will get immediately killed on sight, potentially to unlock the user profiles for easier harvesting.

The malware will also create a scheduled task designed to execute the malicious %AppData%/NvidiaDriver.exe executable on a daily basis just in case the RAT is discovered and killed.

Checking for specific processes
Checking for specific processes

Stealing crypto and cookies

While InnfiRAT’s command and control (C2) servers can send it 11 types of commands, the most interesting are those that instruct it to search for and steal Bitcoin and Litecoin wallet data, as well as cookie information from the web browsers that got killed in the reconnaissance stage.

The RAT searches for wallet.dat files in the %AppData%Litecoin and %AppData%Bitcoin folders, with the immediately being collected, if found and delivered to the malware’s C2 server.

“InnfiRAT also grabs browser cookies to steal stored usernames and passwords, as well as session data. In addition, this RAT has ScreenShot functionality so it can grab information from open windows,” found the Zscaler ThreatLabZ team.

“InnfiRAT sends the data it has collected to its command-and-control (C&C) server and requests further instructions. The C&C can also instruct the malware to download additional payloads onto the infected system.”

Searching for Bitcoin wallet.dat
Searching for Bitcoin wallet.dat

Text documents of less than 2,097,152 bytes are also collected by the RAT if they’re stored on the victim’s desktop and get sent to the same pile of exfiltrated data stored on the C2 server.

InnfiRAT’s operators can also send it the following commands besides the ones already described above:

SendUrlAndExecute(string URL) – download a file from a specified URL and executes it

ProfileInfo() – collect and exfiltrate network, location, and hardware info

LoadLogs() – write files into specific folders

LoadProcesses() – get a list of running processes and send it to the C2 server

Kill(int process) – command to kill a specific process on the victim machine

RunCommand(string command) – execute a command on the victim machine

ClearCooks() – clears browser cookies for specific browsers

Indicators of compromise (IOCs) including malware sampled hashes and domains used to drop the RAT and as C2 servers are available at the end of ThreatLabZ team’s InnfiRAT write-up.

Last month, two new RATs were discovered by security researchers, one of them targeting several countries as part of a campaign operated by financially motivated threat actors who used a RAT payload dubbed BalkanRAT by the ESET researchers who spotted it.

The other undocumented RAT called LookBack was found by the Proofpoint Threat Insight Team researchers while being delivered via a spear-phishing campaign that targeted three U.S. entities from the utility sector.

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Hacker Accused of Selling Unreleased Music of Famous Artists for Cryptocurrencies Arrested in UK

Police from London’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) have arrested a 19-year-old man they believe stole unreleased songs from the websites …

Police from London’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) have arrested a 19-year-old man they believe stole unreleased songs from the websites and cloud-storage accounts of “world-famous artists” and then sold the music for cryptocurrency.

The release does not state where the music was sold nor to whom.

The arrest followed a joint investigation conducted by PIPCU officers and investigators from the Manhattan DA’s office.

London and Manhattan police have been working together as part of a secondment program since 2014.

The investigation was triggered in Manhattan after the police there received, “…referrals from the recording artists’ management companies, identif(ying) one of the perpetrators.”

Search warrants were later executed at a property in North London and another in Ipswich, UK, where the 19-year-old man was arrested, “on suspicion of copyright and computer misuse act offences.”

Police say they also found evidence linked to the investigation at the North London property.

Outspoken Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. had this to say about the arrest:

“As one of the world’s leading creative capitals, New York City is dedicated to protecting artists’ intellectual property and ensuring that those who steal it face the music. As demonstrated by this investigation, my Office has the expertise, resources, and partnerships to help cybercrime victims reach across the globe to get justice, and we urge anyone who has been a victim of a hack to report it to us at (212) 335-9600.”

Vance Jr. added that the Manhattan D.A. and London police’s secondment partnership, in which London and Manhattan police are temporally assigned overseas, “…has yielded ten major law enforcement actions, including significant indictments related to securities fraud, art schemes, and cybercrime.”

According to the release:

“The secondment facilitates interviews of victims and witnesses, coordinates information sharing and access to overseas records, helps identify victims and targets, establishes lines of communication with other foreign law enforcement offices, and enables the execution of search warrants in the UK.”

Personnel from the Manhattan D.A.’s Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau, Investigation Division, International Liaison Office and Rackets Division also contributed to the case.

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Software firm shops new cyber watchdog

Darktrace’s Account Executive for the Caribbean Joe Viviano said :“This technology can autonomously isolate and block the threat while business …

As cyber criminals mount increasingly coordinated attacks on the websites and networks of governments and businesses, humans are turning to machines for help.

Security managers were given a demonstration ofArtificial Intelligence doing security work, in whichunique technology, offered by British-based cyber defence firm Darktrace monitors a network constantly, detects anomalies and fixes potential concerns in some cases while security folk are asleep.

More than 70 security specialists and business executives attended a seminar on Thursday organised by United Kingdom-based Darktrace and local representative, Ark Online.

Darktrace’s Account Executive for the Caribbean Joe Viviano said :“This technology can autonomously isolate and block the threat while business continues as normal.”

He explained that the AI solution is designed to become familiar with the functioning of a customer’s network and detect anomalies when they occur.

“Darktrace automatically protects the system from intrusions, either externally or from persons accessing the network from within the operation,” he added.

Andre Griffith, founder of technology firm ARK ONLINE said: “In the fight against advanced cyber criminals AI gives control back to the defenders, transforming even the most complex and vulnerable organisation into a resilient, self-defending digital business.”

Andre Griffith said Darktrace has been deployed in 105 countries with a growing adoption in Barbados and the wider Caribbean.

The security solution is scalable to large corporations and small companies as customers pay a monthly fee based on the number of installations attached tothe network.

In recent months, cyber crime came to Barbadian shores when bank customers discovered their deposits were missing. Then a hack into the Government’s registry just over six months ago resulted in the personal information of ctizens being compromised.

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Botnet Detection Market 2019 Analysis and In-Depth Research on Market Dynamics, Trends …

Market report of Global “Botnet Detection Market” 2018 study report covers all main geographical regions and sub-regions in the world and focusses …

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