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This includes a timeline of when companies first noted the issues to Microsoft, until the present date. After exploiting the above vulnerabilities, there have been a number of post exploitation actions seen. Downloading PowerCat from GitHub, then using it to open a connection to a remote server. Domain Account User Addition — Leveraged by attackers to add their own user account and grant it privileges to provide access in the future. This command attempts to delete the administrator user from the Exchange Organizations administrators group, beginning with the Domain Controller in the current domain.
If the system is in a single-system domain, it will execute on the local computer. Please continue to read information below before reading this section, if you have not done so already. There are number of well written, informative articles on the ransomware targeting Exchange Servers so far —. Thanks to James Quinn who added some of the above samples to Malware Bazaar for sharing the following :.
It includes some hashes related to DearCry ransomware seen exploiting the Exchange vulnerabilities. Sebdraven — Yara rule link. Reversing Labs — Yara rule link. This also includes some detections for known post exploitation tactics. Thanks to Allison Nixon for sharing this. Can check via email or IP, but only discloses to people with a provable association with the victim.
Within the Volexity post they have a large list of indicators that it is recommended you search for. I am not going to include them all here, as the list is too long. Please go to the post and review the Indicators of Compromise section and ensure you check for them all. Mandiant Advisory. Red Canary Intel have released a fantastic post which contains. Cisco Talos Advisory. This will ensure that only authenticated and authorized users can connect to this service.
However, this action will only protect against the initial step of the attack. Other international agencies have been releasing advice regarding the zero days. Catalin Cimpanu shared on Twitter this list of International advisories regarding the Exchange Zero days. The Latvian CERT have released a powershell script to detect webshells dropped by the recent zero days onto exchange servers.
See the blog post and usage instructions here. Microsoft have published a number of hunting queries , as follows. Thanks to Florian Roth for sharing and creating these. Thanks to Jose Enrique Hernandez for sharing these on Twitter. On the 12th of March, Splunk have released an updated blog post including further detection advice. Microsoft Exchange Zero-Day Vulnerability Response Executive Overview Last Updated: March 16, Microsoft and DHS CISA announced the confirmed exploitation of several vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server which have allowed adversaries to access email accounts, exfiltrate data, move laterally in victim environments, and install additional accesses and malware to allow long-term access to victim networks.
Who, What, When, Where Microsoft detected multiple successful attacks against previously unknown vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server. Recommendations DHS has stood up a landing page for remediation support related to these vulnerabilities. The MS-ISAC recommends SLTTs use the following playbook: Please note the following if you have already completed a rebuild of your exchange server and updated it with the most recent patches: As with all zero-day exploits, initial knowledge can be and is significantly limited and fluid as information frequently changes.
Based on current industry knowledge of this exploit, a rebuild and updated patching are the best-known actions to take at this time. Current knowledge of indicators related to lateral movement or post compromise activity is limited; however, MS-ISAC has established a webpage dedicated to addressing the Microsoft Exchange zero day. The webpage will continue to be updated with the most recent information concerning the exploit. The case status will initially be set as inactive due to lack of additional information; however, the case can be reactivated as new information develops.
This will enable CIRT to focus additional assistance on members who may not possess the same resources to conduct rebuilds and patching of their Exchange environment. Data regarding the incident can still be provided to CIRT and preserved.
It is recommended members preserve, if possible, exploit data as well. There has been a significant influx of cases related to this exploit. Our desire is to assist as many members as possible. We ask that you please continue to be patient as we work through these cases. We sincerely appreciate the understanding, which many of you have already expressed. Thank you. This tool checks for exploitation attempts against the recent Exchange 0days.
Common webshell names are provided in the Microsoft advisory. Should you find any webshells, please save a copy for our analysis prior to removal. Isolate the system for investigation It is suggested that the system be disconnected from the network but not shutoff until an investigation determines the scope of the compromise. The initial exploitation and subsequent webshell access are done via this access.
Gathering Data: Please try to provide all the following items for CIRT to be able to assist you with the best service. A share link will be provided shortly following this email. Utilize KAPE to gather forensics artifacts from the system.
This should create a. If possible, collect a memory capture and full disk image of the affected system using FTK Imager. Keep these stored somewhere that they can be uploaded should they be required for analysis. Check for suspicious, recently created. It is suspected that malicious third parties have been storing compressed data here for data exfiltration. Especially suspicious would be any file with a. Monitor for unexpected activity on the network, such as: Unexpected user logins to systems or logins at strange times.
Review local PowerShell event logs for suspicious command execution. Conduct enterprise-wide AV scans looking for suspicious activity. It is strongly recommended that agencies prepare to restore the Exchange system from backup, if possible.
Please do not restore the system from backup unless a full image capture has been taken or our analysis has been completed. Quick References for U. Organizations that are U. Information Hub.