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Detecting CVE-2022-30216: Windows Server Service Tampering

Detecting CVE-2022-30216: Windows Server Service Tampering

In July 2022, Microsoft disclosed a vulnerability in the Windows Server Service that allows an authenticated user to remotely access a local API call on a domain controller, which triggers an NTLM request. This results in a leak of credentials that... Read more »

Detecting CVE-2022-23270 in PPTP

This month, Microsoft announced a vulnerability in PPTP, a part of the VPN remote access services on Windows systems that runs on port 1723/tcp. Through Microsoft’s MAPP program, Corelight Labs reviewed a proof of concept exploit for this... Read more »

Detecting CVE-2022-26937 with Zeek

This month, Microsoft announced a vulnerability in NFS. The exploit lies in how an attacker can force a victim NFS server to request an address from the attacker’s fake NFS server. The address returned will overflow memory on the victim NFS server... Read more »

Another day, another DCE/RPC RCE

CVE-2022-26809 was patched in Microsoft’s previous Patch Tuesday (April 12) and it’s a doozy: remote code execution on affected versions of DCE/RPC hosts. The vulnerability attracted a lot of attention in the security community, both because of its... Read more »

Detecting Windows NFS Portmap vulnerabilities

This month, Microsoft announced two vulnerabilities in portmap, which is part of ONC RPC, on Windows systems. This blog will discuss Zeek detection packages for CVE-2022-24491 and CVE-2022-24497 developed by Corelight Labs. Read more »

Telegram Zeek, you’re my main notice

Notices in Zeek Zeek’s Notice Framework enables network operators to specify how potentially interesting network findings can be reported. This decoupling of detection and reporting highlights Zeek’s flexibility: a notice-worthy event in network A... Read more »

Corelight Sensors detect the ChaChi RAT

Recently Blackberry analyzed a new GoLang Remote Access Trojan (RAT) named “ChaChi.” This sample was interesting in that it tunnels information over DNS as its preferred command and control (C2) mechanism. We downloaded two PCAPs from the malware... Read more »

Corelight Sensors detect the ChaChi RAT

Recently Blackberry analyzed a new GoLang Remote Access Trojan (RAT) named “ChaChi.” This sample was interesting in that it tunnels information over DNS as its preferred command and control (C2) mechanism. We downloaded two PCAPs from the malware... Read more »

Detecting CVE-2021-31166 – HTTP vulnerability

In this blog we aim to provide a little insight into part of the lifecycle of Corelight Lab’s response to a critical HTTP vulnerability. We’ve open-sourced many such responses over the last year (see Appendix A), and this one is a good demonstration... Read more »

Introducing RDP Inferences

Corelight recently released a new package, focused on RDP inferences, as part of our Encrypted Traffic Collection. This package runs on Corelight Sensors and provides network traffic analysis (NTA) inferences on live RDP traffic.  Read more »

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