Cobalt Strike is an exploit kit, similar to Metasploit but slightly less popular. Months ago, the researchers at Fox-IT noticed that a vulnerability in the exploit kit’s web server allowed them to track malicious command and control (C2) servers. In today’s video, learn more about the vulnerability in this semi-popular exploit kit, and how it allowed researchers to find and track almost 8000 malicious servers.
Episode Runtime: 3:18
Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl-IPYxklyo
- Vulnerability exposes thousands of malicious C2 servers – ZDNet
- How researchers exploited a Cobolt Strike flaw to track criminals – Fox-IT
—Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)
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