Threat Inteliigence / OSINT / NETSEC / NATSEC

YARA rules! - about YARA rules and writing them.

In the post about finding information about malware samples in open sources, I briefly mentioned the use of YARA rules and described the basics of using them in the context of HybridAnalysis. However, this tool is important and universal in the work of a CTI analyst, incident responder or threat hunter, that it is definitely worth devoting a separate [...]

Hunting - putting CTI to work

On I have already devoted a lot of space to OSINT and threat intelligence. We must not forget, however, that the interview in its various forms is primarily a supporting function. It supports decision-making, incident response and detection of malicious activity. And threat hunting is an activity that one way or another must in its [...]

Hunting for implants - OSINT malware analysis

I started to write a post about malware analysis in the context of OSINT and threat intelligence for a long time. It is one of the most widely used sources of information and a common goal of analyst research, but at the same time a technically complex issue. If we are talking about advanced static analysis (of the file itself) and dynamic (observing the behavior of the file after running), it is [...]