Malware Analysis – dcrat – 2c6e6e290972fcd5e556efccfd51f174

Score: 10

  • TAGS:family:dcrat, family:djvu, family:raccoon, family:redline, family:smokeloader, family:vidar, botnet:517, botnet:ec7a54fb6492ff3a52d09504b8ecf082, botnet:mario23_10, backdoor, bootkit, collection, discovery, infostealer, persistence, ransomware, rat, spyware, stealer, trojan
  • MD5: 2c6e6e290972fcd5e556efccfd51f174
  • SHA1: ec3de0785e4ccd0282e92e35c915ddb72832fd83
  • ANALYSIS DATE: 2022-12-10T10:44:55Z
  • TTPS: T1005, T1081, T1012, T1082, T1114, T1222, T1067, T1053, T1120, T1060, T1112

10Known badA malware family was detected.
8-9Likely maliciousOne or more known damaging malware attack patterns were detected.

The deleting of shadow copies on Windows.
6-7Shows suspicious behaviourOne or more suspicious actions were detected. The detected actions can be malicious but also have (common) benign uses.

Changing file permissions.
Anti-VM behaviour/trying to detect a VM.
2-5Likely benignOne or more interesting behaviours were detected. The detected actions are interesting enough to be notified about but are not directly malicious.
1No (potentially) malicious behaviour was detected.N/A