TA505

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

TA505 is a financially motivated threat group that has been active since at least 2014. This threat group frequently changes the malware families they use. Whenever this group changes their techniques or tools, other groups and threat actors follow suit, which makes this group a global trendsetter in criminal malware distribution.

Other names for this group include: GOLD TAHOE GRACEFUL SPIDER Hive0065 SectorJ04 SectorJ04 Group

Suspicious DNS Request - TA505 Related Domain Observed

Description

This detection identifies a request to resolve a domain publicly reported as associated with this malicious actor. Malicious actors may use compromised websites for malicious purposes. This detection is powered by the Rapid7 Threat Command Threat Library.

Recommendation

This alert may have been caused by 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.

MITRE ATT&CK Techniques

  • Acquire Infrastructure - T1583
  • Domains - T1583.001
  • Compromise Infrastructure - T1584
  • Domains - T1584.001
Suspicious Process - TA505 Related Binary Executed

Description

This detection identifies the execution of a file with a hash publicly reported as associated with this malicious actor. Malicious actors may use common System Administration tools for malicious purposes. This detection is powered by the Rapid7 Threat Command Threat Library.

Recommendation

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

Suspicious Web Request - TA505 Related Domain Observed

Description

This detection identifies a request to a domain publicly reported as associated with this malicious actor. Malicious actors may compromise websites for malicious purposes. This detection is powered by the Rapid7 Threat Command Threat Library.

Recommendation

This alert may have been caused by 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.

MITRE ATT&CK Techniques

  • Acquire Infrastructure - T1583
  • Domains - T1583.001
  • Virtual Private Server - T1583.003
  • Server - T1583.004
  • Compromise Infrastructure - T1584
  • Domains - T1584.001
  • Virtual Private Server - T1584.003
  • Server - T1584.004