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Previous research states that the Snake malware uses the above information to decide whether to fully execute on a compromised system. The Snake sample that we analyzed does not do this, but only exfiltrates the geolocation and date/time information among other stolen data:

Snake invokes the IsClipboardFormatAvailable function to determine whether clipboard data in Unicode text format (Microsoft Standard Clipboard Format CF_UNICODETEXT) is available. Snake then invokes the OpenClipboard function to open and lock the Clipboard data, followed by the GetClipboardData function to retrieve the data in Unicode text format.

In addition, the Snake malware uses the ClipboardProxy.GetText function to retrieve clipboard data in standard American National Standards Institute (ANSI) or Unicode text format. Snake stores clipboard data in a variable:

The credential databases of the communication platforms, FTP clients, email clients, and web browsers that Snake targets typically store credentials in encrypted form. Snake decrypts credentials, stores the decrypted credentials in a variable, and exfiltrates the credentials as we describe in the Data Exfiltration section. Most of the web browsers from which Snake steals credentials store credentials either in Login Data files (primarily used by Chromium-based browsers) or logins.json files (primarily used by Gecko-based browsers).

Login Data files are SQLite databases. These databases have a logins table that stores credential-protected Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) in the origin_url field, and the saved usernames and passwords for the URLs in the username_value and password_value fields, respectively. The passwords are encrypted. Recent versions of Chromium-based browsers encrypt saved passwords with a symmetric Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)-256 encryption key.

The browsers store the AES key in an encrypted form on the file system, in a Local State file placed in the %LocalAppData% directory, for example, %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Local State. Browsers encrypt the AES key using the Microsoft Data Protection Application Programming Interface (DPAPI) encryption mechanism, which supports two data protection (encryption) scopes: i) user, which encrypts data using a user-specific encryption key such that only a specific logged in user can decrypt the data, and ii) machine, which encrypts data using a machine-specific encryption key such that any user logged in a specific machine can decrypt the data. Older versions of Chromium-based browsers do not use AES to encrypt saved passwords, but encrypt saved passwords directly using the DPAPI mechanism in user protection scope.

Many of the programs used a variety of methods to profile the infected system and generate a data file they attempt to upload to a command-and-control server. Because so many of the files had been there for months, the destination servers did not respond, but we could observe the profiling data being written to the hard drive.

Repetitive sequence analysis was undertaken as previously shown.18 Repeats were functionally analyzed using Gene Ontology (GO) and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes databases. The detailed analysis of repetitive sequences is provided in Table S1. The information regarding noncoding genes and their tissue specificity was checked from a publically available database ( ).

As our time w/ this pandemic progresses, and our medical and science experts gather more data on COVID-19, they also become larger and more valuable targets. In July 2020, The United States Department of Justice, along with other authorities, release details surrounding an extended campaign targeting COVID-19 research data. Authorities involved have attributed campaigns aimed at COVID-19 research data to both Chinese and Russian-backed actors. One such advisory specifically covers the use of CVE-2019-11510 (Pulse Secure VPN) to gain initial access into targeted environments.

[May 20, 2020] The last 2 weeks have seen an increased number of COVID-themed campaigns from both Trickbot and Formbook. The Formbook campaigns have been targeting educational institutions, via phishing messages with a trojanized application for teachers. Formbook. like other stealers, is focused on harvesting sensitive data. Recent Trickbot phishing emails have been masquerading as official details around the Family Medical Leave Act and other similar (and timely) lures.

On May 14, Microsoft announced a new initiative to provide COVID-19-themed IOCs/indicators via a free feed. These indicators are automatically wrapped into various Microsoft-base protection technologies. However, environments that utilize other vendors are able to leverage the IOCs as needed. The hash-based IOCs cover multiple file and threat types, and are readily available via the Microsoft Graph Security API and the Azure Sentinel GitHub. Enterprise customers using MISP can easily imp0rt/ingest the data as well.

[April 14, 2020] In early April, several Android-focused campaigns were observed spreading the Anubis and Cerberus banking trojans to victims seeking additional information on Coronavirus in their area. Many were specifically targeted towards users in Italy and China. The malicious apps claim to track and inform users of COVID-specific updates for their region (a very common lure). Often times, the data in the app will be legitimate (redirection) but the app will request permissions beyond what is needed or required, allowing it to exfiltrate personal data to the remote location of their choice.

[April 14, 2020] Throughout late March/early April, multiple COVID-themed Ursnif campaigns were observed. Traditionally, Ursnif is utilized for information theft and data exfiltration. This includes credential harvesting, banking information and similar. Malicious messages arrive with malicious Word documents. When opened (and macros run) the documents will execute scripts to pull additional components from a removed server. Through multiple stages of obfuscated JavaScript, VBS scripts and/or PowerShell, the final Ursnif payload is written to the victim host.

[April 6, 2020] Attackers have been leveraging the United States Stimulus Relief package to entice users into following malicious links which ultimately lead to leakage of personal data in multiple forms. We have observed email and SMS-based campaigns which offer updated information around the stimulus bill, or promise short term loans with the victims expected stimulus to be used as collateral.

[March 31, 2020] Late in March, we observed the Sphinx banking trojan, which is largely based on leaked source code for Zeus, began to aggressively spread via email with COVID-themed messages. In some observed cases victims were enticed to complete a form related to receiving government assistance during the outbreak. The malicious document then proceeds to drop and execute a VBS script. This script establishes C2 communication channels, and downloads additional executable payloads. Beyond the COVID-themed lures, the functionally is largely unchanged with regards to data inception via web injects.

This is a concerning time for our industry and the public at large. We are in the midst of a global health crisis. In such times, we all need to be working together and ensuring that everyone has the most accurate and reliable data. We all want assurance that we can trust the resources available to us. Anything counter to that is destructive and potentially harmful to society. However, we all know that cybercriminals and sophisticated adversaries seize opportunities like this to further their own cause. This not only leads to the usual barrage of complications inherent to any cyber attack or event, but in this case it can translate to real harm to those we love and protect.

For this reason, we all need to be extra careful and ultra-discerning. The NSC has been quick to alert on and clarify most of these attempts, but again they are ongoing. It is recommended that the public continually monitor the NSC (and other official outlets) for accurate data and updates, as well as alerts on misinformation campaigns.

Adups is software that was pre-installed onto Android devices, including those made by BLU Products. The software was reportedly designed to help a Chinese phone manufacturer monitor user behavior, transferring sensitive data to a Chinese server.

Babuk is a Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) malware that has been used since at least 2021. The operators of Babuk employ a "Big Game Hunting" approach to targeting major enterprises and operate a leak site to post stolen data as part of their extortion scheme. 041b061a72


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