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IOCs, Intel, and Additional Resources from the BPFDoor Compromise

IOCs, Intel, and Additional Resources from the BPFDoor Compromise

Our team detected a BPFDoor using deception techniques, and we recently hosted a webinar talking through our findings. BPFDoor uses a variety of techniques, including particularly clever ones that allow it to enable backdoors without opening ports. This makes detecting it uniquely challenging. It seems that this particular backdoor has been in use for more than five years (affecting Linux and Solaris hosts), affecting principally Asian organizations and telco providers. Find out more about the compromise at our previous blogpost.

In this webinar, we discussed this compromise step-by-step with Nicole Carignan, CounterCraft Customer Success Manager, and David Barroso, CEO. Watch it and stay tuned for any updates on the intel gathered.


BPFDoor and So Much More

An Analysis of Linux Network Passive Backdoors


If you missed the webinar, you can register to watch it on-demand by clicking here.

The IoCs from the attack were the following:


IOCs

Hashes

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Filenames

/dev/shm/kdmtmpflush
/dev/shm/kdumpflush
/dev/shm/kdumpdb
/var/run/xinetd.lock
/var/run/kdevrund.pid
/var/run/haldrund.pid
/var/run/syslogd.reboot

Process names

/sbin/udevd -d
/sbin/mingetty /dev/tty7
/usr/sbin/console-kit-daemon –no-daemon
hald-addon-acpi: listening on acpi kernel interface /proc/acpi/event
dbus-daemon –system
hald-runner
pickup -l -t fifo -u
avahi-daemon: chroot helper
/sbin/auditd -n
/usr/lib/systemd/systemd-journald
/usr/libexec/postfix/master
qmgr -l -t fifo -u


The TTPs from the attack were the following:

TTPs

T1059.004: Command and Scripting Interpreter: Unix Shell
T1070.004: Indicator Removal on Host: File Deletion
T1036/004: Masquerading: Masquerade Task or Service
T1070/006: Indicator Removal on Host: Timestomp
T1205: Traffic Signaling



Additional Reading

If you want to know more about BPFDoor, we recommend the following resources:


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