TwoFace
Beating an ASPX Shell Game 

Threat Defense Maneuver: Web Shell 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 Web Shell Alteration. By employing Web Shell Alteration prior to the threat attacker penetrating the network, companies can best prevent a TwoFace attack. TwoFace is a malicious ASPX web shell, composed of HighShell and HyperShell, that was originally exposed in 2017. If successful, it can easily grant attackers access to the compromised web server.

Read this Threat Brief to learn: 

  1. How to detect TwoFace attacks
  2. How to use a web shell alteration to neutralize the attack

 

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