Author Archives: pcsxcetrasupport3

About pcsxcetrasupport3

My part time Business, I mainly do system building and system repair. Over the last several years I have been building system utility's in vb script , HTA applications and VB.Net to be able to better find the information I need to better understand the systems problems in order to get the systems repaired and back to my customers quicker.

A deeper look into a wild VBA Macro

This Sample comes from Brad Duncan @malware_traffic from his SANS ICS Diary located Here and the Files on His blog Here. For this session I will be using “2019-01-23-example-of-attached-Word-doc-1-of-7” word document. I ended up looking at this from different directions … Continue reading

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A Look under the hood of a batch encrypted file

The sample in question today is thanks to a Twitter thread by Nick Carr @ItsReallyNick and Daniel Bohannon @danielhbohannon of FireEye located Here about this builder being used to encode batch scripts. After downloading the sample from VirusBay @virusbay_io that … Continue reading

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Understanding Invoke- “X” Special Character Encoding

I say Invoke- “X” because it can be found in both Invoke-Obfuscation and in Invoke-Dosfucation. We can find a reference to the encoding scheme in this Twitter thread Here where @danielhbohannon references the the blog post from 2010 by @mutaguchi … Continue reading

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What is in this file ?

The other day I was pinged about a very large .jason file that appeared to contain a large  Base 64 string that took up almost all of the file. There was a problem extracting the base64 string do to the … Continue reading

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A look at a Word document macro using Invoke-DOSfuscation

The sample from this one comes from  Packet Wire @packet_Wire. Twitter thread here  After getting the location of the Word document and downloading it. The file name was “Auditor-of-State-Notification-of-EFT-Deposit” with hash values of. Sha1: 4C7C8B1897CA22E4E477C361DAF676D471A4F4AFSha256: EBDA287F6B33A0C7A689E1D8FDE7ABC708C9DFBCA2759A56CD055868B2CC0911MD5: 35756ECC87405E42F62DEEEEF18FD43A Let’s dive into … Continue reading

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A closer look at “NetSupport”(Rat) top 2 layers

This post is based on the blog post by FireEye located Here. I was given a private .saz to look at by someone else that gave me the entire infection chain. In this post I will only be doing 2 … Continue reading

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PowerShell encoding used for Emotet Downloader

I first ran across the SecureString usage in this twitter thread where  @Anyrun_app is talking about a version of “Fake Net” to get all of the C2’s here There are a few methods listed in this thread by different … Continue reading

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