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Database Entry



RedLineStealer


Vendor detections: 14


Intelligence 14 IOCs 2 YARA File information Comments

SHA256 hash: 8facf32116a5f68467c71032d3a207abaa20fbcc56fcab6a3db650b4d30ad115
SHA3-384 hash: f23a09400e89fde9f36ce6b099f34978a77f3531e63f49d7e31a9b36f857076addee282565f1262a4f96915cecba72c8
SHA1 hash: a45a34a020ad13c9373bd14c45268004f505e1e1
MD5 hash: 31f0d01ee1fd6876668692791657d97e
humanhash: december-hotel-summer-king
File name:31f0d01ee1fd6876668692791657d97e.exe
Download: download sample
Signature RedLineStealer
File size:320'512 bytes
First seen:2022-01-14 19:26:50 UTC
Last seen:Never
File type:Executable exe
MIME type:application/x-dosexec
imphash 6801e04a0c2ca60ac2497c0d8723846b (4 x RedLineStealer, 2 x OnlyLogger, 1 x CoinMiner.XMRig)
ssdeep 6144:zVMKim/rLWU5lbsbe8USFaX6EUNoO3Ez5B+D240obIIZfGd:zVMkfCeiFNbmOUFB+T0oXud
Threatray 6'587 similar samples on MalwareBazaar
TLSH T148649E10B7A0C435F1B712F44AB6937DB92E3AA1572890CF52D52AEE5734AE1EC3131B
File icon (PE):PE icon
dhash icon 2dac1378399b9b91 (14 x RedLineStealer, 11 x ArkeiStealer, 8 x Smoke Loader)
Reporter @abuse_ch
Tags:exe RedLineStealer


Twitter
@abuse_ch
RedLineStealer C2:
185.215.113.64:25828

Intelligence


File Origin
# of uploads :
1
# of downloads :
304
Origin country :
US US
Mail intelligence
No data
Vendor Threat Intelligence
Malware family:
n/a
ID:
1
File name:
31f0d01ee1fd6876668692791657d97e.exe
Verdict:
Suspicious activity
Analysis date:
2022-01-14 19:43:38 UTC
Tags:
n/a

Note:
ANY.RUN is an interactive sandbox that analyzes all user actions rather than an uploaded sample
Result
Verdict:
Malware
Maliciousness:

Behaviour
Searching for the window
Creating a window
DNS request
Searching for synchronization primitives
Sending a custom TCP request
–°reating synchronization primitives
Creating a file in the %AppData% directory
Enabling the 'hidden' option for recently created files
Sending an HTTP GET request
Creating a file in the %temp% directory
Creating a process from a recently created file
Launching a process
Using the Windows Management Instrumentation requests
Unauthorized injection to a recently created process
Query of malicious DNS domain
Unauthorized injection to a system process
Enabling autorun by creating a file
Sending an HTTP POST request to an infection source
Result
Malware family:
n/a
Score:
  9/10
Tags:
n/a
Behaviour
MalwareBazaar
CPUID_Instruction
SystemUptime
MeasuringTime
CheckCmdLine
EvasionGetTickCount
EvasionQueryPerformanceCounter
Verdict:
Malicious
Threat level:
  10/10
Confidence:
100%
Tags:
greyware tofsee
Result
Verdict:
MALICIOUS
Details
Windows PE Executable
Found a Windows Portable Executable (PE) binary. Depending on context, the presence of a binary is suspicious or malicious.
Malware family:
Generic Malware
Verdict:
Malicious
Result
Threat name:
Raccoon RedLine SmokeLoader Tofsee Vidar
Detection:
malicious
Classification:
troj.evad
Score:
100 / 100
Signature
.NET source code contains method to dynamically call methods (often used by packers)
.NET source code contains potential unpacker
.NET source code references suspicious native API functions
Allocates memory in foreign processes
Antivirus detection for dropped file
Antivirus detection for URL or domain
Benign windows process drops PE files
Checks for kernel code integrity (NtQuerySystemInformation(CodeIntegrityInformation))
Checks if the current machine is a virtual machine (disk enumeration)
Contains functionality to detect sleep reduction / modifications
Contains functionality to inject code into remote processes
Creates a thread in another existing process (thread injection)
Deletes itself after installation
Detected unpacking (changes PE section rights)
Detected unpacking (overwrites its own PE header)
Drops executables to the windows directory (C:\Windows) and starts them
Found evasive API chain (may stop execution after checking computer name)
Found evasive API chain (may stop execution after checking locale)
Found evasive API chain (may stop execution after checking mutex)
Found evasive API chain (may stop execution after reading information in the PEB, e.g. number of processors)
Hides that the sample has been downloaded from the Internet (zone.identifier)
Injects a PE file into a foreign processes
Machine Learning detection for dropped file
Machine Learning detection for sample
Maps a DLL or memory area into another process
May check the online IP address of the machine
Modifies the windows firewall
Multi AV Scanner detection for dropped file
Multi AV Scanner detection for submitted file
PE file has nameless sections
Sigma detected: Copying Sensitive Files with Credential Data
Sigma detected: Suspect Svchost Activity
Sigma detected: Suspicious Svchost Process
Snort IDS alert for network traffic (e.g. based on Emerging Threat rules)
System process connects to network (likely due to code injection or exploit)
Tries to detect sandboxes and other dynamic analysis tools (process name or module or function)
Tries to detect virtualization through RDTSC time measurements
Uses netsh to modify the Windows network and firewall settings
Writes to foreign memory regions
Yara detected Raccoon Stealer
Yara detected RedLine Stealer
Yara detected SmokeLoader
Yara detected Tofsee
Yara detected Vidar stealer
Behaviour
Behavior Graph:
behaviorgraph top1 dnsIp2 2 Behavior Graph ID: 553404 Sample: ECD2MpEBSf.exe Startdate: 14/01/2022 Architecture: WINDOWS Score: 100 82 185.163.204.24, 49912, 80 CAUCASUS-CABLE-SYSTEMCCSAutonomousSystemGE Germany 2->82 84 86.107.197.138, 38133, 49892 MOD-EUNL Romania 2->84 86 10 other IPs or domains 2->86 106 Snort IDS alert for network traffic (e.g. based on Emerging Threat rules) 2->106 108 Antivirus detection for URL or domain 2->108 110 Antivirus detection for dropped file 2->110 112 20 other signatures 2->112 11 ECD2MpEBSf.exe 2->11         started        14 krmdinzg.exe 2->14         started        16 jgdhbua 2->16         started        18 5 other processes 2->18 signatures3 process4 signatures5 144 Contains functionality to inject code into remote processes 11->144 146 Injects a PE file into a foreign processes 11->146 20 ECD2MpEBSf.exe 11->20         started        148 Detected unpacking (changes PE section rights) 14->148 150 Detected unpacking (overwrites its own PE header) 14->150 152 Writes to foreign memory regions 14->152 154 Allocates memory in foreign processes 14->154 23 svchost.exe 14->23         started        156 Machine Learning detection for dropped file 16->156 26 jgdhbua 16->26         started        28 WerFault.exe 18->28         started        process6 dnsIp7 134 Checks for kernel code integrity (NtQuerySystemInformation(CodeIntegrityInformation)) 20->134 136 Maps a DLL or memory area into another process 20->136 138 Checks if the current machine is a virtual machine (disk enumeration) 20->138 30 explorer.exe 10 20->30 injected 88 microsoft-com.mail.protection.outlook.com 104.47.53.36, 25, 49828 MICROSOFT-CORP-MSN-AS-BLOCKUS United States 23->88 90 patmushta.info 94.142.143.116, 443, 49838, 49923 IHOR-ASRU Russian Federation 23->90 140 System process connects to network (likely due to code injection or exploit) 23->140 142 Creates a thread in another existing process (thread injection) 26->142 signatures8 process9 dnsIp10 92 185.233.81.115, 443, 49789 SUPERSERVERSDATACENTERRU Russian Federation 30->92 94 188.166.28.199, 80 DIGITALOCEAN-ASNUS Netherlands 30->94 96 11 other IPs or domains 30->96 74 C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\jgdhbua, PE32 30->74 dropped 76 C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Temp\FB58.exe, PE32 30->76 dropped 78 C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Temp3A9.exe, PE32 30->78 dropped 80 12 other malicious files 30->80 dropped 98 System process connects to network (likely due to code injection or exploit) 30->98 100 Benign windows process drops PE files 30->100 102 Deletes itself after installation 30->102 104 Hides that the sample has been downloaded from the Internet (zone.identifier) 30->104 35 CCB2.exe 30->35         started        38 D936.exe 2 30->38         started        41 3D34.exe 3 30->41         started        43 BB8A.exe 30->43         started        file11 signatures12 process13 file14 114 Detected unpacking (changes PE section rights) 35->114 116 Detected unpacking (overwrites its own PE header) 35->116 118 Found evasive API chain (may stop execution after checking mutex) 35->118 132 4 other signatures 35->132 70 C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\...\krmdinzg.exe, PE32 38->70 dropped 120 Machine Learning detection for dropped file 38->120 122 Uses netsh to modify the Windows network and firewall settings 38->122 124 Modifies the windows firewall 38->124 45 cmd.exe 1 38->45         started        48 cmd.exe 2 38->48         started        50 sc.exe 38->50         started        56 3 other processes 38->56 126 Antivirus detection for dropped file 41->126 128 Multi AV Scanner detection for dropped file 41->128 130 Injects a PE file into a foreign processes 41->130 52 3D34.exe 41->52         started        54 WerFault.exe 23 9 43->54         started        signatures15 process16 file17 72 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\...\krmdinzg.exe (copy), PE32 45->72 dropped 58 conhost.exe 45->58         started        60 conhost.exe 48->60         started        62 conhost.exe 50->62         started        64 conhost.exe 56->64         started        66 conhost.exe 56->66         started        68 conhost.exe 56->68         started        process18
Threat name:
Win32.Trojan.CrypterX
Status:
Malicious
First seen:
2022-01-14 19:27:17 UTC
File Type:
PE (Exe)
Extracted files:
28
AV detection:
21 of 28 (75.00%)
Threat level:
  5/5
Result
Malware family:
Score:
  10/10
Tags:
family:arkei family:loaderbot family:raccoon family:redline family:smokeloader family:tofsee family:xmrig botnet:default backdoor discovery evasion infostealer loader miner persistence pyinstaller spyware stealer trojan
Behaviour
Checks SCSI registry key(s)
Checks processor information in registry
Creates scheduled task(s)
Enumerates system info in registry
Modifies data under HKEY_USERS
Suspicious behavior: EnumeratesProcesses
Suspicious behavior: GetForegroundWindowSpam
Suspicious behavior: MapViewOfSection
Suspicious use of AdjustPrivilegeToken
Suspicious use of FindShellTrayWindow
Suspicious use of SendNotifyMessage
Suspicious use of WriteProcessMemory
Detects Pyinstaller
Enumerates physical storage devices
Program crash
Launches sc.exe
Drops file in System32 directory
Suspicious use of NtSetInformationThreadHideFromDebugger
Suspicious use of SetThreadContext
Accesses cryptocurrency files/wallets, possible credential harvesting
Checks installed software on the system
Legitimate hosting services abused for malware hosting/C2
Checks computer location settings
Deletes itself
Loads dropped DLL
Reads user/profile data of web browsers
Creates new service(s)
Downloads MZ/PE file
Executes dropped EXE
Modifies Windows Firewall
Sets service image path in registry
Arkei Stealer Payload
LoaderBot executable
XMRig Miner Payload
Arkei
LoaderBot
Raccoon
RedLine
RedLine Payload
SmokeLoader
Suspicious use of NtCreateProcessExOtherParentProcess
Tofsee
Windows security bypass
xmrig
Malware Config
C2 Extraction:
http://host-data-coin-11.com/
http://file-coin-host-12.com/
http://srtuiyhuali.at/
http://fufuiloirtu.com/
http://amogohuigotuli.at/
http://novohudosovu.com/
http://brutuilionust.com/
http://bubushkalioua.com/
http://dumuilistrati.at/
http://verboliatsiaeeees.com/
http://file-file-host4.com/tratata.php
patmushta.info
parubey.info
185.215.113.64:25828
Unpacked files
SH256 hash:
196c516ea546fb935ac669681a74a4dc80da79d9088f464f6cc6f126ae934f4e
MD5 hash:
c36de8bc9668ec4eaafca4c349dca0d5
SHA1 hash:
ea2cadfada69b93ca3abeb8b2462c5c18891fabf
SH256 hash:
8facf32116a5f68467c71032d3a207abaa20fbcc56fcab6a3db650b4d30ad115
MD5 hash:
31f0d01ee1fd6876668692791657d97e
SHA1 hash:
a45a34a020ad13c9373bd14c45268004f505e1e1

Indicators Of Compromise (IOCs)


Below is a list of indicators of compromise (IOCs) associated with this malware samples.

IOCThreatFox Reference
65.108.104.175:1193 https://threatfox.abuse.ch/ioc/295071
185.215.113.64:25828 https://threatfox.abuse.ch/ioc/295248

File information


The table below shows additional information about this malware sample such as delivery method and external references.

Web download

RedLineStealer

Executable exe 8facf32116a5f68467c71032d3a207abaa20fbcc56fcab6a3db650b4d30ad115

(this sample)

  
Delivery method
Distributed via web download

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