Rig Exploit Kit via EITEST gate 85.93.0.110 delivers GootKit banking malware

NOTES:

  • Today I captured traffic from the Rig Exploit Kit (EK) which delivered GootKit banking malware via the EITEST campaign.
  • EITEST campaign continues to use the Rig EK since switching from the Neutrino EK on August 15th 2016.
  • EITEST campaign has again changed its gate to IP address 85.93.0.110

I have added a zipped pcap file for your analysis. The password is the usual used by malware researchers. If you do not know it please email me.
info@broadanalysis.com

PCAP file of the infection traffic:
2016-08-29-Rig-EK-pcap.zip

 

[UPDATED] INDICATORS of COMPROMISE (IOC):

  • 5.157.38.50 – franklinseverino.com
  • 82.165.42.178 – franklinseverino.com
  • 5.157.38.50 – myfurer.org
  • 82.165.42.178 – myfurer.org
  • 5.157.38.50 – gh0styns.com
  • 82.165.42.178 – gh0styns.com

 

ASSOCIATED DOMAINS AND IP ADDRESSES:

  • 85.93.0.110 – pidyhog.xyz – EITEST GATE
  • 178.32.92.106 – lk9rojg.top – RIG EK LANDING PAGE
  • 24.181.57.181 – Port 80, 443 travioll.com – POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
  • 199.19.105.103 – travioll.com – POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
  • 115.28.36.224 – www.doswf.com – Rig FLASH ENCRYPTION
  • 85.17.31.82 – drellost.com – POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
  • 178.162.203.202 – drellost.com – POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
  • 213.189.197.143 – kalancha.com – POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
  • sarlncha.com – DNS Query – NO SUCH NAME
  • obrenese.com – DNS Query – NO SUCH NAME
  • shubaaka.com – DNS Query – NO SUCH NAME
  • rasfheka.com – DNS Query – NO SUCH NAME
  • marenule.com – DNS Query – NO SUCH NAME
  • chupasab.com – DNS Query – NO SUCH NAME

 

DETAILS OF INFECTION CHAIN FOR RIG EK:

Shown above: Network traffic  associated with the Rig exploit and GootKit infection

 

Shown above: Injected script found on index page of compromised site which redirects visitor to the EITEST gate to start infection chain – Web page source code can be found by right clicking on web page and selecting “View source”

 

Shown above: DNS traffic  associated with the Rig exploit and GootKit infection

 

Shown above: SSL certificate associated with the GootKit post infection

 

MALICIOUS PAYLOAD ASSOCIATED WITH RIG EXPLOIT: