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Suspicious svchost.exe Execution

Detects execution of the Windows system binary svchost.exe by a suspicious parent.
Threat actors may spawn an instance of svchost.exe and use it for code injection.

  • EDR logs

Leads page - Enterprise Network leads.


Azure Suspected Secrets Exfil

Detects access to various different secrets from the Azure Key Vault by the same Azure OID in a specified time window, when a SecretList event happened near by.
Azure OID user Requesting an abnormal amount of secrets can be an attempt to exfiltrate secrets by a compromised user.

  • Azure Audit Events

  • Enabling Azure Key Vault logs

Leads page - Azure leads


Java User-Agent Downloads External .class File

Detects potential successful Log4Shell attacks, where a Java-related process downloads a remote '.class' file from an external URL.

This detector looks for ‘java’ string in the user-agent field and a URL for a ‘.class’ file.

  • Proxy logs

Leads page - Enterprise Network leads


Suspicious Activity Reported by User

Detects Okta alerts which indicate suspicious activity that was reported by the user.

  • Okta logs

Leads page - SaaS leads

SOC Queue

Added support for Automatic investigation for aggregated detectors

  • More than 20 aggregated detectors are now available for investigation using the Automatic investigation and the Entities view.

  • In these detectors - the aggregated actions appear with a grid view under an activity named “Lead Activity” under the acting Entity.

Improvements and Bugfixes

  • Improved conditions for “Emond File Manipulation” detector.

  • Improved Log4shell callback detectors (WAF and then FW/EDR):

    • Added support for more obfuscations and implemented a new regex to extract the malicious server from them.

    • Improved detector performance.

    • Added support for the new JNDI whitelisting bypass (CVE-2021-45046)

  • Improved IOC Lookup detectors:

    • Added additional mechanisms for removing noisy false positive indicators.

    • Added more indicator fields.

    • Improved detectors performance.

  • Improved Edr Suspicious Launchctl Load

    • Detect loading from current directory, home directory, /shared or /tmp

    • Whitelist of parent processes (jamf, adobe software)

    • Prevalent values scoring model for cases of common services running in specific tenants.

  • Improved “Windows Situational Awareness Process Execution” detection:

    • Added additional attributes - target_process_user_sid and target_process_username - to the lead’s aggregate attributes, and ignore rules can be applied based these attributes.

    • Improved the detector scoring logic - if the exact same command lines ran on multiple agents in the organization, the score will be lowered relative to the number of agents where it ran.

    • Removed common false positives.

    • This detector now supports the Entities view like all other aggregate detectors, as mentioned above. The full process activity can be shown as a grid view under the Local Host Entity.