Rig Exploit Kit via EITEST delivers Cerber ransomware
- Today I captured traffic from the Rig Exploit Kit (EK) which delivered Cerber ransomware via the EITEST campaign.
- The last time I saw the EITEST campaign deliver Cerber ransomware was August 25th, 2016 – Rig Exploit Kit via EITEST delivers Cerber ransomware.
- This is a change for the EITEST campaign. Over the last few weeks I have seen the EITEST campaign delivering Crypt2 ransomware.
I have added a zipped pcap file for your analysis. The password for the zipped pcap is infected all lowercase.
PCAP file of the infection traffic:
ASSOCIATED DOMAINS AND IP ADDRESSES:
- www.whsadelaide.com.au – COMPROMISED SITE
- 188.8.131.52 – tree.maslaknurolplaza.net – RIG EK LANDING PAGE
- 184.108.40.206 – btc.blockr.io – CERBER POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
- 220.127.116.11 – ffoqr3ug7m726zou.xilm3s.bid – CERBER POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
- 18.104.22.168 – 22.214.171.124 UDP Port 6892 – CERBER POST INFECTION TRAFFIC
ASSOCIATED DOMAINS FOR RANSOM PAYMENT:
NOTE: Any earlier EITEST Cerber infection showed different associated domains for ransom payment. At first I thought the possibility of the compromised site being infected by both the EITEST campaign and the pseudoDarkleech campaign, however I was not able to find an evidence. Here are those domains for ransom payment:
After running the compromised site again below information shows different domains for ransom payment . See below:
IMAGES AND DETAILS OF INFECTION CHAIN:
Shown above: Injected obfuscated hexadecimal script found on index page of compromised site which redirects visitor to the Rig EK landing page to start infection chain – Web page source code can be found by right clicking on web page and selecting “View source”
MALICIOUS PAYLOAD ASSOCIATED WITH RIG EXPLOIT: