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  • Google finds 34 hacked versions of Cobalt Strike in the wild


    According to a Google Cloud Threat Intelligence (GCTI) report, experts have found cracked versions of Cobalt Strike from 1.44 to 4.7, which include 275 unique JAR files. The latest version of Cobalt Strike is 4.7.2.

    Cobalt Strike is a legitimate commercial tool built for pentesters and red teams and focused on exploitation and post-exploitation. However, it has gained popularity among hackers of all stripes, from APT groups to ransomware operators.

    The tool consists of a Team Server that acts as a C&C server for managing infected devices, and a stager designed to deploy beacons that can be used by attackers to steal victims' data and deploy additional malware.

    Given the wide range of features and the high price ($3,500 per license), pirated versions of Cobalt Strike are increasingly used for post-exploitation by various cybercriminal groups.

    Although the tool's goal is to mimic a real cyberattack, hackers seize on its capabilities, using it to move sideways in victim networks and deploy software in the second stage of the attack. To combat this, GCTI has released an open-source YARA rule set that records various versions of the software used by cybercriminals.

    According to experts from GCTI, this should help weed out the “bad” versions, while leaving the legitimate ones intact. This is one of the steps to bring the tool back into the realm of the red team and make it harder for hackers to use Cobalt Strike.

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