EternalBlue
Uncovering a Widely Used Server Message Block Exploit (CVE-2017-0144)

Threat Defense Maneuver: Protocol Alteration

 
Trinity Cyber Threat Detection experts are continuously developing an effective set of response maneuvers to control the desired outcome to known cyber threats. 

An example of a Threat Defense Maneuver is Protocol Alteration. By employing Protocol Alteration prior to the threat attacker penetrating the network, companies can best protect from an EternalBlue exploit, a vulnerability in the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol implementation in Windows 7 and below. Several highly effective malware and ransomware campaigns that used EternalBlue as a spreading mechanism included WannaCry, NotPetya, and Satan Ransomware.

Read this Threat Brief to learn: 

  1. How to detect EternalBlue from buffer overflow to heap-groom and implant drop
  2. How to use a protocol alteration to neutralize the attack

 

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