Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Threat Actors Turn to Sliver as Open Source Alternative to Popular C2 Frameworks

The legitimate command-and-control (C2) framework known as Sliver is gaining more traction from threat actors as it emerges as an open source alternative to Cobalt Strike and Metasploit. The findings come from Cybereason, which detailed its inner workings in an exhaustive analysis last week. Sliver, developed by cybersecurity company BishopFox, is a Golang-based cross-platform post-exploitation
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Researchers Uncover Packer Used by Several Malware to Evade Detection for 6 Years

A shellcode-based packer dubbed TrickGate has been successfully operating without attracting notice for over six years, while enabling threa...