List of “November 2015”

  • Decrypting Strings in Emdivi Malware
    Decrypting Strings in Emdivi
    Hello, this is You ‘Tsuru’ Nakatsuru at Analysis Center. As introduced in the previous blog post, my colleagues presented on the attacks arising in Japan at CODE BLUE 2015, entitled “Revealing the Attack Operations Targeting Japan”. In this entry, I will introduce the details of an IDAPython script “emdivi_string_decryptor.py”, which JPCERT/CC developed to analyse Emdivi, a remote control malware. The script was also introduced in our presentation at CODE BLUE...

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  • A Volatility Plugin Created for Detecting Malware Used in Targeted Attacks Malware
    A Volatility Plugin Created for Detecting Malware Used in Targeted Attacks
    Hello again – this is Shusei Tomonaga from Analysis Center. This blog entry is to introduce “apt17scan.py” created by JPCERT/CC to detect certain malware used in targeted attacks, and to extract its configuration information. It is a plugin for the Volatility Framework (hereinafter “Volatility”), a memory forensics tool. My colleague Yuu Nakamura and I had the honour to introduce this at CODE BLUE 2015, an international conference for information security...

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  • Emdivi and the Rise of Targeted Attacks in Japan Incident
    Emdivi and the Rise of Targeted Attacks in Japan
    You may well have heard of the May cyber attack in Japan against the Japan Pension Service – a high-profile case seen in the first half of this year, where 1.25 million cases of personal data was exposed. According to the Japan Pension Service, the data leaked included names and ID numbers, and for some cases, dates of birth and home addresses. The official reports(1) say that the massive leak...

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