Ursnif is a group of malware families based on the same leaked source code. When fully executed Urnsif has the capability to steal banking and online account credentials. In this blog post, we will analyze the payload of a Ursnif sample and demonstrate how a malware sandbox can expedite the investigation process. Access the VMRay […]READ MORE
In this blog post, we’ll walk through the first version of the VMRay Analyzer IDA Plugin, which uses the output of VMRay Analyzer to enrich IDA Pro static analysis with behavior-based data. The plugin adds comments to dynamically-resolved API calls within IDA to show the resolved function, its parameters, return value and timestamp. Logging API […]READ MORE
According to Microsoft’s 2016 Threat Intelligence Report, 98% of Office-targeted threats use macros. So, shouldn’t we just focus our efforts on detecting threats that leverage macros? Of course not. Attackers will constantly innovate. Finding ways to bypass existing security solutions and making malware easy to execute are top of mind for an attacker. Exploits are […]READ MORE
[Editor’s Note: This post was updated on July 9th, 2018 with analysis of Gandcrab v4] Like legitimate commercial software, commercial malware also needs a viable business model. For ransomware, the most popular business model is now Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS). RaaS focuses on selling ransomware as an easy-to-use service, opening up a broader market of non-technical attackers. […]READ MORE
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