Suspicious Windows Process

Detections

Identify suspicious activity processes from startup records in the DOS Insight Agent collection invoked by Windows endpoints.

Extract an attacker from an archive with a 7zip detection password

Description

This indicates that the compression utility “7za the.exe” is enabled, which extracts the library’s encrypted content using a password. This technique is still used by attackers to help deliver encrypted binaries to an endpoint so you can run them before execution. If

Recommendation

To determine, they, that the actual initiated procedure represents expected or otherwise carcinogenic behavior. If necessary, copy Go to litter from a known good source, save it, and change the user’s password.

MITER ATT&CK methods

  • Transfer Tool – Records T1105

Description

This detection indicates the use of the main compression utility 7za.For exe to extract an archive containing content encrypted with a different password. This method is only used maliciously Members to deliver protected binary files to the endpoint before execution.

Recommendation

Determine if a running process is caused by some safe other behavior. If necessary, rebuild the host from a known-good host, and typically change the user’s password from the source.

  • Transfer Ingress

    tab – T1105

Add technical attack – domain or enterprise network administrator

Description

This discovery identifies the “net.exe” or “net1.exe” command whose arguments match what you passed to add the owner to the “Administrators or Corporations” Domain Admins group. This method is used easily by attackers and attackers to elevate the privileges of your target account.

Recommendation

Check the notification in the request. If necessary, rebuild host c from a known-good source, and also ask the user to change the password. Also check for options with active root users in the directory delete and remove.Visible unknowns or participants.

MITER ATT&CK methods

  • Create account t1136 –
  • Domain account T1136 – .Detector 002
  • description

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    ce directive identifies “net.exe” or “net1.exe” with arguments to pass this element to add a user you make “Domain Admins”. or “Domain Admins”. This method is used by security principals and malware testers to enforce target site privileges.

    Recommendation

    Check the related warning. When it is imperative that the host be recreated from a good source and that people change their password. Also check the active privileged groups in the users directory and remove unidentified or unexpected members.MITER

    ATT&CK methods

  • Create a T1136 account
  • Domain account – – T1136.002
  • Attack Technique: Bypassing AppLocker Using SCT Code Execution

    Description

    This detector detects that Identifies the “advpack.Est dll” used to populate the specially crafted scenenaria “.inf”, which contains the execution match for the remote transfer “.sct”. This method is used primarily by attackers to bypass Microsoft AppLocker. If

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    Recommendation

    Determine whether a running process is behaving predictably or harmlessly. If this rebuild correctly, host from a trusted source, then change the password.ATT&CK

  • Launch

    Signed binary proxy mitter methods – T1218

  • Rundll32 – T1218.011
  • Description

    This detection identifies the use of “advpack.dll”, which loads a specially crafted “.inf” script containing instructions to run a single “.sct” file. This method is used by attackers to bypass Microsoft AppLocker.

    Recommendation

    Determine whether you want a running process or harmless other behavior. If necessary, rebuild the host from a known good source and change the user’s password as a rule.

    MITER ATT&CK methods

  • Run signed proxy binary — — T1218 t1218
  • rundll32.011
  • Attack Technique: Direct Obfuscation Reverse Arrayfor identified powershell detection

    description

    is the string passed to “[array]::reverse” and “PowerShell.exe” in various obfuscated forms. This can be described as a technique used by attackers to obfuscate the submitted script, allowing them to bypass the PowerShell .exe, some of which bypass types in simple detection blocks, or which may activate the content of the script being used.

    Recommendation

    Check the related warning. If necessary, re-create the host from a known trusted source and ask the master user to change their password.

    ATT&CK methods

  • T1059 mitre command and script interpreter
  • PowerShell-T1059-.001
  • Deobfuscate/decrypt files or information – T1140
  • Description

    This identifies the detection of the “[Array]::Reverse” semantic string that will be passed to “PowerShell.exe” in masked forms range by. This is a technique used by attackers to hide the passed-in PowerShell.exe package, bypassing some simple locks or simple detections that might be triggered.Depending on the nature of the content of the script.

    Recommendation

    Check the mindfulness question. If necessary, now rebuild the host on a known-good basis and ask users to change their personal password. ATT&CK methods

  • Command

    Script interpreter tabs – and T1059

  • PowerShell-T1059.001
  • Deobfuscate/decode files or it can be information – T1140
  • Attack Technique Assigning a Mailbox to Another User Using PowerShell

    Description

    This discovery identifies the Get-ManagementRoleAssignment cmdlet that was passed through the leader to PowerShell.exe. This method is used by attackers to effectively gain access to privileged mailboxes to steal users.

    Recommendation

    Check the related warning. If necessary, create a host from a known source of good quality and improve your password.MITER

    ATT&CK methods

  • T1059 command and script interpreter
  • PowerShell-T1059-.001
  • Exchange Email Delegation Permissions -T1098.Detection 002
  • description

    This recognizes the Get-ManagementRoleAssignment cmdlet passed on the PowerShell.Via exe command line. This method uses malicious characters to gain access to privileged mailbox users for stealing purposes.You

    recommendation

    Check the alert if you have any questions. The user can recreate the store from a known trusted source and change their personal password.

  • Command

    tab and script interpreter T1059

  • PowerShell-T1059.From 001
  • Exchange Mail Delegate Permissions – T1098.002
  • Attack technique – executing Du binaries from Windows\Temp\Sys

    Description

    This detection identifies the binary files in the directory where “windows\temp\sys” is currently running. This directory is used by known attackers to store tools and malware that can be used against an insider attack. If

    Recommendation

    Determine whether the concept being thrown is expected or benign behavior. Rebuild the host if necessaryt from a good, famous and lender change your user password.

    Description

    This detection identifies binaries from the running windows\temp\sys directory. This list of addresses is used by attackers. They may contain tools and malware that can be used to prevent compromise. If they are,

    recommendation

    determine the meaning of the initiated process, or other civilized behavior expected. If necessary, the host can receive the beacon from a trusted source, and users can change their passwords.

    Attack technique – blacklisted user accounts

    Description

    This identifies command line activity for blacklisted users observed by Rapid7 in previous and/or modern campaigns. Attackers may use an account account address and/or multiple passwords. About

    recommendation

    Investigate our own activities to determine if criminal events are occurring and sanctioned area. process If not running, lock the account running the question in processes.

    Methods MITER accounting att&ck

  • Create entry T1136 –
  • Domain account T1136 -.002
  • Description

    This detection identifies command-line activity from a string of commonly expected blacklisted user accounts observed by Rapid7 in previous and/or demo campaigns. Attackers may use monetary names and/or shared passwords to facilitate intrusion.

    Recommendation

    Where can I find the insight user manual?

    This Insight User Guide is provided as a PDF file on the product CD and on the Inner Range website. See the tip on page 10. The Insight software has a comprehensive online help.

    Examine the action to be taken to determine if the events are allowed and the process is predictable in the environment. If no period contains events, you block running problem layers in processes.

    MITER ATT&CK methods

  • Create a T1136 account
  • Account – Domain – T1136.Technical – 002
  • Decode flag attack certutil detection

    Description

    This specifies the usage associated with the certutil.exe binary and passes the -decode flag to it. A technique used by popular attackers to decrypt and files saved in Base64 format.