An analysis of a Coinbase phishing kit designed to steal personal data, login, password and the second factor of authentication (MFA/2FA).
Chez Stalkphish nous nous plongeons – depuis plusieurs mois – dans certains réseaux de “scama”, de scammers (arnaqueurs), pratiquant des campagnes de phishing parfois assez volumineuses et qui touchent plusieurs marques, enseignes ou services du gouvernement français, comme Ameli/Carte vitale, la vignette Crit’Air, les împots, ainsi que des services privés comme Netflix ou des services bancaires tels que ceux de la Société Générale, la Banque Postale, et bien d’autres.
We launch our first paid plan for Stalkphish.io our SaaS dedicated to detection and investigation of phishing/brand impersonation.
Fight phishing (aka “Phight”) is not an easy task, you need to detect a campaign before starting to dismantle it. You can compare that to a race: the faster you detect a campaign, the faster you can start to takedown it! We created StalkPhish with this idea in mind, to be fast and accurate. Fast
At StalkPhish we like dissecting Phishing kits, first because we create Yara rules for detection, secondly because we must continually keep up to date with new developments in terms of phishing kits, finally because we like to pass on to the general public knowledge about this type of threat. This post was previously published on
Using StalkPhish.io analyzer as a threat intelligence feed for IntelOwl to speed up your threat analysis.
One of the latest kits downloaded by StalkPhish targets customers of the online bank M&T. It has a special feature that we wanted to share with you. We still blogged about the use of Telegram by scammers, but this kit present an interesting new trick. First observations As many, the archive of this kit has
At StalkPhish we like dissecting Phishing kits, first because we create Yara rules for detection, secondly because we must continually keep up to date with new developments in terms of phishing kits, finally because we like to pass on to the general public knowledge about this type of threat. The phishing kit we go to
As a reminder, the PhishingKit-Yara-Rules project is a free and open source project which provides several dozen phishing kit detection rules contained in zip archives. You can find these rules on GitHub: https://github.com/t4d/PhishingKit-Yara-Rules We have already covered the creation and use of Phishing Kit Yara rules in a previous post (see: https://stalkphish.com/2021/08/17/using-phishing-kit-yara-rules-project-for-phishing-kits-detection-and-triage/). Specifically, these are
Sometimes phishing campaigns are not conduced with phishing kits only, actors behind those phishing campaigns can use different tricks to prevent their work being takedown, as using protected web redirectors. A campaign we can see this days use this redirector trick on several domain names. This campaign target DHL customers, impersonating the delivery company. A
Since some months now, we maintain specific Yara rules to detect phishing kit sources (.zip files). Phishing kits sources are sometimes left on the host serving phishing pages. Using the StalkPhish project (see https://stalkphish.com/products/stalkphish/) we used to collect phishing kits in order to extract e-mails addresses, Telegram channels (see https://stalkphish.com/2020/12/14/how-phishing-kits-use-telegram/), and so on. In order
StalkPhish.io is a SaaS application which provides enriched data about potential phishing URL or brand impersonation use, with a REST API.
Scammer world should be a hard thug life. A merciless world… with no pity… Some scammers try to steal other ones! What a shameless! During our researches we found one of those ‘backdoored’ phishing kit, let’s have a fast dive into it.
Analysis of a Facebook phishing kit which exfiltrate stolen data to an online Google Sheet using ajax POST method.