2017-02-04 - EITEST FAKE CHROME POPUP LEADS TO SPORA RANSOMWARE

ASSOCIATED FILES:

  • 2017-02-03-EITest-fake-Chrome-popup-leads-to-Spora-ransomware.pcap   (389,510 bytes)
  • 2017-02-04-EITest-fake-Chrome-popup-leads-to-Spora-ransomware.pcap   (329,387 bytes)
  • 2017-02-03-page-from-holinergroup.com-with-injected-script.txt   (110,374 bytes)
  • 2017-02-03-Spora-ransomware-Chrome_Font_v8.65.exe   (196,608 bytes)
  • 2017-02-04-page-from-holinergroup.com-with-injected-script.txt   (110,332 bytes)
  • 2017-02-04-Spora-ransomware-Chrome_Font_v5.92.exe   (196,608 bytes)

BACKGROUND ON EITEST FAKE CHROME POPUPS:

BACKGROUND ON SPORA RANSOMWARE:

OTHER NOTES:


Shown above:  Flowchart for this infection traffic.

 

TRAFFIC


Shown above:  Start of injected script from the EITest campaign from a page from the compromised site.

 


Shown above:  End of of injected script from the EITest campaign from a page from the compromised site.

 


Shown above:  Pcap of the infection traffic filtered in Wireshark (1st run).

 


Shown above:  Pcap of the infection traffic filtered in Wireshark (2nd run).

 

ASSOCIATED DOMAINS:

 

FILE HASHES

SPORA RANSOMWARE, :

 

IMAGES


Shown above:  Popup within Chrome when viewing the compromised website (image 1 of 2).

 


Shown above:  Popup within Chrome when viewing the compromised website (image 2 of 2).

 


Shown above:  Spora decryption instructions from the HTML file dropped to the Desktop.

 


Shown above:  Spora decryption site at spora.biz.

 

FINAL NOTES

Once again, here are the associated files:

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