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Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Gimemo.cdqu

Class Trojan-Ransom
Platform Win32
Family Gimemo
Full name Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Gimemo.cdqu
Examples A69F9382B2AA480219D1CC19E2403C50
D963D0B1ECF5A51EAD78E5D890C00623
518C34840938A200EA75ADDA6B8BC0CA
19A66141EC3E095959E3961CA88C33E6
9DFD1A2790440C88713CF7B4F917D0D5
Updated at 2023-11-30 20:59:24
Tactics &
techniques MITRE*

TA0005 Defense Evasion

The adversary is trying to avoid being detected.


Defense Evasion consists of techniques that adversaries use to avoid detection throughout their compromise. Techniques used for defense evasion include uninstalling/disabling security software or obfuscating/encrypting data and scripts. Adversaries also leverage and abuse trusted processes to hide and masquerade their malware. Other tactics’ techniques are cross-listed here when those techniques include the added benefit of subverting defenses.


T1036 Masquerading

Adversaries may attempt to manipulate features of their artifacts to make them appear legitimate or benign to users and/or security tools. Masquerading occurs when the name or location of an object, legitimate or malicious, is manipulated or abused for the sake of evading defenses and observation. This may include manipulating file metadata, tricking users into misidentifying the file type, and giving legitimate task or service names.

Renaming abusable system utilities to evade security monitoring is also a form of Masquerading.(Citation: LOLBAS Main Site) Masquerading may also include the use of Proxy or VPNs to disguise IP addresses, which can allow adversaries to blend in with normal network traffic and bypass conditional access policies or anti-abuse protections.
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