CISA Alert

Response to CISA Advisory (AA23-339A): Threat Actors Exploit Adobe ColdFusion CVE-2023-26360 for Initial Access to Government Servers

AttackIQ has released two new attack graphs and one new scenario in response to the recently published CISA Advisory (AA23-339A) that disseminates Indicators of Compromise (IOCs), Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), and detection methods associated with the exploitation of CVE-2023-26360 at a Federal Civilian Executive Branch (FCEB). These attack graphs are based on two separate incidents that compromised at least two public-facing servers at a FCEB between June and July 2023.

Attack Graph Response to CISA Advisory (AA23-284A): #StopRansomware: AvosLocker Ransomware

AttackIQ has released a new attack graph in response to the recently published CISA Advisory (AA23-284A) that disseminates known Indicators of Compromise (IOCs), Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), and detection methods associated with AvosLocker ransomware identified through FBI investigations as recent as May 2023. AvosLocker is known for conducting activities against organizations across multiple critical infrastructure sectors using legitimate software and open-source remote system administration tools.

Attack Graph Response to CISA Advisory (AA23-263A): #StopRansomware: Snatch Ransomware

AttackIQ has released a new attack graph in response to the recently published CISA Advisory (AA23-263A) that disseminates known Snatch ransomware threat actor’s techniques and indicators identified through FBI investigations as recent as June 2023. Snatch operators are known to conduct activities against a wide range of critical infrastructure sectors and carry out double-extortion tactics to improve their chances of successfully receiving a ransom payment.

Attack Graph Response to CISA Advisory AA23-129A: Hunting Russian Intelligence “Snake” Malware

AttackIQ has released two new attack graphs in response to the recently published CISA Advisory (AA23-129A) that details the efforts taken by U.S. agencies to disrupt the peer-to-peer network infrastructure used by the Russian threat actor Turla and their Snake malware. Turla is the public name given to actors associated with cyberattacks conducted by Center 16 of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB).
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