Some weeks ago, Heinrich and I had the pleasure to participate in the heisec-Webinar “Emotet bei Heise – Lernen aus unseren Fehlern”. We really enjoyed the webinar and the (alas, due to the format: too short) discussions and we hope we could contribute to understand how to make Active Directory implementations out there a bit safer in the future.Continue reading
After the Emotet Incident at Heise, where ERNW has been consulted for Incident Response, we decided to start a blogpost series, in which we want to regularly report on current attacks that we observe. In particular we want to provide details about the utilized pieces of malware, different stages, and techniques used for the initial infection and lateral movement. We hope that this information might help you to detect ongoing incidents, apply countermeasures, and in the best case to figure out proactive countermeasures and security controls beforehand.
Exactly one week ago I noticed an “urgent” tweet from Tavis Ormandy to get in contact with the Cloudflare team.
Normally when a tweet like this appears from Tavis, something is horribly broken. Well, today we know the background of this tweet as the bug tracker issue went public and it exposed quite a bug from Cloudflare. Continue reading “Cloudflare Incident #Cloudbleed”
We just published my Whitepaper about First Steps, Preparation Plans, and Process Models for Incident Handling, that I wrote to pass the time between Christmas and New Year. The whitepaper sums up information that I consider to be useful to prepare for IT security incidents as a conclusion from the incidents in which we supported over the past year. Continue reading “White Paper on Incident Handling First Steps, Preparation Plans, and Process Models”Continue reading