Advanced Pasta Threat: mapping threat actor usage of open-source offensive security tools
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This research was conducted in order to show the extent of the influence of offensive security tools on adversary operations, specifically the use of open-source OSTs. We gathered relevant leading open-source projects (such as MimiKatz, UACME, and many more) and compiled them with various configurations and flags in order to generate all possible binary code patterns. Using the code patterns we generated, we searched for similar code reuse patterns across a database of millions of malware samples and were able to create a map of open-source OST adoption by malware families.
In this talk, a comprehensive map of the relationship between various OST open-source projects and threat actors is presented, i.e. the use of code injection, privilege escalation, lateral movement technique implementation projects. We will also cover the steps undertaken to build the map and explain each one of them. Finally, we will explain how familiarity with these projects allows defenders to build YARA signatures based on code patterns and expose real, undetected malware campaigns that were discovered based on this technique, together with the relevant YARA signatures.