This is an easy room on TryHackMe, consisting of an analysis of a simple attack and using the attackers’ own methods to break back into the machine. You won’t find any flags here, or in any of my posts. If you already know what to do and are using this for easy answers, then youContinue reading “TryHackMe h4cked – A Guide.”
Category Archives: Incident Response
Russian Threat Actors
Hello World! Short and sweet here. With tensions between NATO and Russia rising, multiple agencies have put out advisories to keep your eyes peeled for cyber threats out of Russia. I would encourage anyone involved in security currently to view the tactics, techniques and procedures of these actors. Here’s a good report from CISA aboutContinue reading “Russian Threat Actors”
REvil on the run!
Hello World! Ransomware hackers and affiliates of the REvil (Ransomware Evil), also known as Sodinokibi are on the run from the feds this week, one can suspect that the US authorities have it out for them as this is not the first occasion of direct engagement against this threat actor (TA). If you follow theContinue reading “REvil on the run!”
Undetected Brute force attacks in Microsoft Azure AD.
Hello World! Recently Security Researchers have released a PoC (proof-of-concept) exploit that allows for username enumeration and password brute-forcing on vulnerable Microsoft Azure servers, more specifically Azure active directory. Is is able to do this by taking advantage of weaknesses that lie within the Autologon mechanism. Let’s do a quick breakdown on some of theseContinue reading “Undetected Brute force attacks in Microsoft Azure AD.”
Operation Layover – Attack campaign against Aviation sector uncovered.
Hello World! I wanted to take a look at a recent phishing campaign that was uncovered after being active for roughly two years, interesting for me as I have studied Aviation operations in the past and have good knowledge of their procedures and practices. So let’s see what we know about this threat actor… TheyContinue reading “Operation Layover – Attack campaign against Aviation sector uncovered.”
Another Google Chrome patch…
Hello World! So for those who aren’t aware what exactly a 0-day is, let me give you the briefest definition I can form… Essentially a bug that has just been found (or also used to refer to something that hasn’t been found… yet.) Well a new one was just fixed and Google released an updateContinue reading “Another Google Chrome patch…”
Massive Ransom… Contingency planning – Food for Thought #2
Hello World! If you thought I would be talking about the Kaseya supply chain attack, well… If you haven’t read about it yet do a quick google but there is enough already out there about it. I wanted to talk about contingency plans, well, one particular contingency plan that I feel might be overlooked. I’mContinue reading “Massive Ransom… Contingency planning – Food for Thought #2”
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