List of “JPCERT/CC”

  • How to Describe Vulnerability Information? Vulnerability
    How to Describe Vulnerability Information?
    Today, I would like to introduce an activity at the Vulnerability Coordination Group of JPCERT/CC.It is a method to describe a vulnerability using Vulnerability Description Ontology (VDO). JPCERT/CC receives software vulnerability information from domestic and overseas reporters, then coordinates them in between the vendor/developer and the reporter. While there is a vulnerability reporting template, vulnerability itself is described in a free format. Reporter can describe about a vulnerability in a...

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  • JPCERT/CC Publishes "Vulnerability Coordination and Disclosure Policy" Vulnerability
    JPCERT/CC Publishes "Vulnerability Coordination and Disclosure Policy"
    JPCERT/CC has been coordinating and disclosing software vulnerabilities under the "Information Security Early Warning Partnership" since 2004. We have coordinated and disclosed over 1,500 vulnerabilities with developers as of the end of 2017. The "Information Security Early Warning Partnership" has a guideline that serves as a framework for how vulnerabilities are coordinated within Japan. An overview of the framework including how reported vulnerabilities are coordinated and disclosed is provided at...

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  • Chase up Datper’s Communication Logs with Splunk/Elastic Stack Incident
    Chase up Datper’s Communication Logs with Splunk/Elastic Stack
    The last article introduced some features of Datper malware and a Python script for detecting its distinctive communication. Based on that, we are presenting how to search proxy logs for Datper’s communication using log management tools – Splunk and Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana). For Splunk To extract Datper’s communication log using Splunk, the first thing you need to do is to create a custom search command as follows....

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  • Detecting Datper Malware from Proxy Logs Malware
    Detecting Datper Malware from Proxy Logs
    This is Yu Nakamura from Analysis Center. This entry is to explain features of Datper, malware used for targeted attacks against Japanese organisations and how to detect it from the logs. JPCERT/CC has been observing attacks using Datper since around June 2016. Research reports on the adversary are published from LAC [1], SecureWorks [2] and Palo Alto Networks [3]. The adversary had also conducted attacks using Daserf malware in the...

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  • What the Avalanche Botnet Takedown Revealed: Banking Trojan Infection in Japan Malware
    What the Avalanche Botnet Takedown Revealed: Banking Trojan Infection in Japan
    Internet banking services across the globe have been exposed to the threat by unauthorized money transfers and suffering large-scale losses. In this landscape, an operation led by international law enforcement agencies has been in effect since November 2016 to capture criminal groups conducting unauthorised online banking transfers and dismantle the attack infrastructure (the Avalanche botnet). JPCERT/CC is one of the many supporters of this operation. For more information about the...

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  • Fact-finding Report on the Establishment and Operation of CSIRTs in Japan Other
    Fact-finding Report on the Establishment and Operation of CSIRTs in Japan
    Hello, this is Misaki Kimura from Watch and Warning Group. JPCERT/CC conducted “Survey on the Establishment and Operation of CSIRTs in Japan” in the end of 2015. Following the Japanese report released in 2016, we have just released the English version of the report on JPCERT/CC website to share the outcomes with the information security community member all around the globe. Although the basis of social composition, culture, organizational constitution...

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  • Board game on Cyber Security for Awareness Raising Event
    Board game on Cyber Security for Awareness Raising
    Hi this is Sho Aoki from Watch and Warning Group. Have you ever tried “game-based learning”? Learning through games is useful since it is not only fun and easy, but also provides opportunities for thinking. It has been applied widely for educational purposes. In the area of cyber security as well, there are board games released from security vendors, and they have been conducted at schools and companies. Today I...

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  • ChChes – Malware that Communicates with C&C Servers Using Cookie Headers Malware
    ChChes – Malware that Communicates with C&C Servers Using Cookie Headers
    Since around October 2016, JPCERT/CC has been confirming emails that are sent to Japanese organisations with a ZIP file attachment containing executable files. The targeted emails, which impersonate existing persons, are sent from free email address services available in Japan. Also, the executable files’ icons are disguised as Word documents. When the recipient executes the file, the machine is infected with malware called ChChes. This blog article will introduce characteristics...

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  • 2016 in Review: Top Cyber Security Trends in Japan Incident
    2016 in Review: Top Cyber Security Trends in Japan
    Hi, this is Misaki Kimura from Watch and Warning Group. Another new year has come and gone, and as I look back over about the significant security trends that took place in 2016, it is needless to mention that security threat landscape is ever evolving and increasingly complex. As a basis for what we can prepare for 2017, I’d like to review security headlines in 2016 by referring to the...

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  • APT workshop and Log analysis training in Jakarta Other
    APT workshop and Log analysis training in Jakarta
    Selamat pagi!! This is Mariko and Wataru from Watch and Warning Group. We were in Indonesia for APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) workshop and log analysis training from October 4th to 6th. This was part of JICA’s (Japan International Cooperation Agency) project on “Capacity building for Information security”, which aims to provide practical trainings for information security staff in the ASEAN region. At first we were a little nervous since we...

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