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Trickbot Group’s AnchorDNS Backdoor Upgrades to AnchorMail

IBM Security X-Force researchers have discovered a revamped version of the Trickbot Group’s AnchorDNS backdoor being used in recent attacks ending with the deployment of Conti ransomware. The Trickbot Group, which X-Force tracks as ITG23, is a cybercriminal gang known primarily for developing the Trickbot banking Trojan, which was first identified in 2016 and initially […]

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TrickBot Gang Uses Template-Based Metaprogramming in Bazar Malware

Malware authors use various techniques to obfuscate their code and protect against reverse engineering. Techniques such as control flow obfuscation using Obfuscator-LLVM and encryption are often observed in malware samples. This post describes a specific technique that involves what is known as metaprogramming, or more specifically template-based metaprogramming, with a particular focus on its implementation […]

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TrickBot Bolsters Layered Defenses to Prevent Injection Research

This post was written with contributions from IBM X-Force’s Limor Kessem and Charlotte Hammond. The cyber crime gang that operates the TrickBot Trojan, as well as other malware and ransomware attacks, has been escalating activity. As part of that escalation, malware injections have been fitted with added protection to keep researchers out and get through […]

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