Group5

Group5 is a threat group with suspected Iranian connections. This threat group has targeted individuals connected to the Syrian opposition through spear phishing and watering hole attacks, primarily using Syrian and Iranian themes. Group5 has used two commonly available Remote Access Tools (RATs), njRAT and NanoCore, and an Android RAT, DroidJack.

This is a collection of rules based on the presence of indicators of compromise publicly reported as associated with this malicious actor.

Description

This detection identifies a request to resolve a domain publicly known to be associated with this specific malicious actor. Please be aware that malicious actors will often use compromised legitimate websites for malicious purposes.

Recommendation

The alert may be related to normal web browsing activity by the end user. Review the alert in question. If necessary, rebuild the host from a known, good source and have the user change their password.

Description

This detection identifies the execution of a file with a hash publicly known to be associated with this specific malicious actor. Please be aware that malicious actors will often use common System Administration tools for malicious purposes.

Recommendation

Review the alert in question. If necessary, rebuild the host from a known, good source and have the user change their password.

Description

This detection identifies a request to a domain publicly known to be associated with this specific malicious actor. Please be aware that malicious actors will often compromise legitimate websites to use for malicious purposes.

Recommendation

The alert may be related to normal web browsing activity by the end user. Review the alert in question. If necessary, rebuild the host from a known, good source and have the user change their password.