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  • Set up your own malware analysis pipeline with Karton

    We proudly announce that today we open-source a large part of our analysis framework and pipeline! If you want to try it – check out Karton project on GitHub. What is karton? Karton is a robust framework for lightweight and flexible analysis backends. It can be used to connect malware analysis …

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  • 21 October 2020 Paweł Srokosz #malware #tools

    Set up your own malware repository with MWDB Core

    We proudly announce that the open-source version of MWDB Core has been released! If you want to try it – check out mwdb-core project on GitHub. What is MWDB Core? MWDB Core is a malware repository for automated malware collection and analysis systems, developed by CERT Polska. You can set it …

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  • 19 March 2020 piotrb #secure #cfp

    CFP Secure 2020

    24th edition of iconic and the oldest cybersecurity conference in Poland. Do you love being on stage (or at least you don’t faint) and have something interesting to say? Apply! Why SECURE? There are many cybersecurity teams in Poland, but there is only one CERT Polska. And it guarantees …

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  • What’s up Emotet?

    What’s up, Emotet? Emotet is one of the most widespread and havoc-wreaking malware families currently out there. Due to its modular structure, it’s able to easily evolve over time and gain new features without having to modify the core. Its first version dates back to 2014. Back then …

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  • Free decryption tool for Mapo ransomware

    We are happy to announce that we are releasing a free decryption tool for the Mapo (a GarrantyDecrypt/Outsider variant) ransomware today. We would also like to thank Maciej Kotowicz of Kaspersky’s GReAT for sharing his insights on the ransomware’s encryption process. Our tool works with encrypted files …

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  • Brushaloader gaining new layers like a pro

    Yo dawg, I heard you like droppers so I put a dropper in your dropper On 2019-11-18 we received a report that some of Polish users have began receiving malspam imitating DHL: In this short article, we’ll take a look at the xls document that has been used as …

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  • 25 April 2019 misza #secure #cfp

    SECURE 2019 – Call for Speakers

    Call for Speakers for SECURE 2019 is now open. If you have an interesting topic and would like to share your ideas with a crowd of Polish and international IT security specialists, please consider submitting your proposal. You will find all applicable information below. SECURE 2019 will be held on …

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  • 15 March 2019 przemyslawf #annual report

    Incidents and incident reports in 2018

    Publication of our annual report is coming soon. Editing is moving forward at full speed, but in the meantime we’d like to share some statistics concerning 2018. This statistics provide a big bicture of an IT security landscape in Poland and as well conclusions about major trends in this …

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  • 21 February 2019 piotrb #malware #tools

    Strengthening our malware analysis capabilities

    During last year we have collaborated with on improving the open source Cuckoo Sandbox. The main works were focused on porting advanced mechanisms for memory analysis which were developed internally by our team in the previous years. The public release of the onemon marks the last stage of …

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  • Detricking TrickBot Loader

    TrickBot (TrickLoader) is a modular financial malware that first surfaced in October in 20161. Almost immediately researchers have noticed similarities with a credential-stealer called Dyre. It is still believed that those two families might’ve been developed by the same actor. But in this article we will not focus …

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