Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Quick Malware Analysis: IcedID/Bokbot and Cobalt Strike pcap from 2022-08-10

Thanks to Brad Duncan for sharing this pcap!
https://www.malware-traffic-analysis.net/2022/08/10/index.html

We did a quick analysis of this pcap on the latest version of Security Onion via so-import-pcap:
https://docs.securityonion.net/en/2.3/so-import-pcap.html

The screenshots below show some of the interesting Suricata alerts, Zeek logs, and session transcripts.

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Screenshots

Click the first image to start the screenshot tour:

Unzip and import both pcap files

Review alerts and investigate EXEs

Pivot to PCAP for first EXE

Review session transcript for first EXE

Send first EXE to CyberChef and review strings

Review second EXE

Session transcript for second EXE

Send second EXE to CyberChef and review strings

Review third EXE

Session transcript for third EXE

Send EXE to CyberChef and review strings

Protocol metadata

HTTP logs

Malware Hash Registry Detection and SSL Certificate Validation failures

x509 certficates

Files transferred via HTTP and SSL

DNS lookups

Connections (including destination.geo.country_name and destination_geo.organization_name)


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