Attack Monitor is Python application written to enhance security monitoring capabilites of Windows 7/2008 (and all later versions) workstations/servers and to automate dynamic analysis of malware. Current modes (mutually exclusive): Endpoint detection (ED) Malware analysis (on dedicated Virtual Machine) Based on events from: Windows event logs Sysmon Watchdog (Filesystem monitoring Python library) TShark (only malware analysis mode) Current version 0.9.0 (Alpha) Contact [email protected] Demo Supported OS Windows 7, 8, 10 (x86 or x64) Windows 2008, 2012, 2016 (x86 or x64) Pre-requirements Powershell 5 Sysmon (Downloaded, configured and installed by installer.py) Python 3.6 (64-bit) – should work on Python 3.x Tshark (Malware analysis only) Various Python3 libraries (requirements.txt) StoneEngine library (included, first time published, high level windows event log interface – Alpha state) Supported system events Some of the events are only supported in Malware Analysis Mode Filesystem changes Permitted network connections PowerShell activity (detailed only with PowerShell 5) Process creation SMB activity Scheduled tasks Local accounts manipulations Success/Failed logins Drivers load Raw disk access Registry monitoring Pipe events Services Audit log cleared WMI monitoring of queries + WMI persistence DNS requests capture (via Tshark) Installation – Endpoint Detection Mode …
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