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2017/03/15

Something Phishy – 03-15-2017 – (Part 1)

by Destruct_Icon
Categories: Analysis, Coding, JavaScript
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Hurrah! Destruct_Icon back with another Something Phishy. This one today was a feisty little fellah and I’m going to break it up into two parts. Part 1 will consist of the e-mail, 1st stage and some of the 2nd stage while Part 2 will be looking at the 2nd stage, the malware as well as a listing of the indicators.[…]

2016/03/15

Something Phishy – 03-14-2016

by sapphomo
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Something Phishy – Phishing for Phishers It’s March! Holy cow, it’s March. Few months flew by and it’s time for another episode of Something Phishy. This is Destruct_Icon and we have a new poster who will be joining the ranks. I’d like to introduce you to Sapphomo who will be assisting me with Something Phishy posts[…]

2016/01/06

Something Phishy

by Destruct_Icon
Categories: Analysis, Coding, JavaScript
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:Something Phishy – Files in Files: Happy new year everyone! This is Destruct_Icon and one of the things I’d like to start doing this year is writing information about some of the phishing e-mails that come in as posts dubbed “Something Phishy”. I have a few e-mail boxes that get hammered by phishing e-mails but this first one[…]

2014/10/13

Deobfuscating JavaScript and Shellcode: Debugging + Dedicated Tools – Part 2/2

Welcome to Part II of a two-part series on JavaScript and shellcode deobfuscation! In our first video, we explored a few different methods to deobfuscate JavaScript. The first session resulted in a deobfuscated HTML page complete with malicious JavaScript. In this session, I cover how the malicious JavaScript works. Additionally, I debug the shellcode that[…]

2014/08/05

Deobfuscating JavaScript and Shellcode: Debugging + Dedicated Tools – Part 1/2

Welcome to Part I of a two-part series on JavaScript and shellcode deobfuscation! In this first video, I explore a few different methods using which one can deobfuscate JavaScript. I cover using a browser-based debugger along with various Windows and Linux tools to decode scripts. We explore deobfuscating JavaScript in a real-world environment using readily-available[…]

2014/03/07

Tracer Fire 5 Series: Part 1.0 (Intro)

by InterDimensional_Shambler
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Background: If you are not familiar with Los Alamos National Laboratories’ “Tracer FIRE” events there is an ample description here: http://csr.lanl.gov/tf/. Basically it’s a week-long event with various infosec/IT puzzles (primarily focused on forensics) & brain-busters that cover (but are not limited to): Encryption / Encoding Malware Analysis / Reverse Engineering / De obfuscation Host[…]


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