In this post we will analyze CoreFlood malware using more advanced concepts of volatile Memory analysis with Volatility Framework.
Introduction This is the first post of multi part series in which we will walk through basics of volatile Memory analysis with Volatility. Though some knowledge of Windows Internal is desirable but I will try to cover things as we progress. In this post, we will start with analyzing Coreflood Trojan with basic command and […]
Hunting R2D2 Malware To start on this malware expedition, please download image from here . Once image file is downloaded, lets find out more about it by using volatility imageinfo plugin C:\volatility>volatility.exe -f 0zapftis.vmem imageinfoVolatility Foundation Volatility Framework 2.6INFO : volatility.debug : Determining profile based on KDBG search… Suggested Profile(s) : WinXPSP2x86, WinXPSP3x86 (Instantiated with WinXPSP2x86) AS […]
In this post we will go through command and control challenges on https://www.root-me.org/. Since , this challenge is still open we will not post the answers but will only document the steps and approach that was taken to solve the challenges. Command & Control — level 2 Find workstations hostname from memory dump The first approach that came into my […]
After completing Cridex Malware analysis decided to take up jackcr difr challenge for further learning . I will continue to use Volatility Open Source Framework for this analysis .Also, you can read, Cridex Malware analysis here Challenge The challenge consist of 4 memory dumps and one packet capture. Two memory dumps from user machines , 1 memory dump […]
After analyzing multiple dump files via Windbg, the next logical step was to start with Forensic Memory Analysis. After going through lots of youtube videos I decided to use Volatility — A memory forensics analysis platform to being my journey into Memory analysis. Why Volatility It is written in python and python is my go to scripting […]