This is Dancho. I wanted to take the time and effort and publicly release a compilation of never-published or released before screenshots including a 562 pages long report which we produced on the Conti ransomware gang including a STIX2/TAXII IoCs (Indicators of Compromise) demonstration which we exported from our publicly accessible and free OpenCTI and MISP instance with the idea to assist everyone including readers and clients including the community and the security industry including Law Enforcement on its way to track down monitor and act upon the actionable threat intelligence which we produced on the Conti ransomware gang using both proprietary and publicly accessible sources in particular the recently leaked Conti ransomware gang’s internal leaked communication which we data mined looking for additional IoCs (Indicators of Compromise) and threat intelligence and which we did successfully on our way to share as much actionable intelligence on the Conti ransomware gang as possible.
- Check out our sample 562 pages long report on the Conti Ransomware Gang which we produced using OSINT and by data mining the recently leaked Conti Ransomware gang’s internal leaked communication.
The primary purpose for releasing this information is to assist the community the security industry and U.S Law Enforcement on its way to track down monitor and prosecute the cybercriminals behind these campaigns.
- Check out our sample demonstration STIX2/TAXII Conti Ransomware Gang IoCs (Indicators of Compromise) demonstration information which we exported for demonstration purposes and for sharing the actionable intelligence with everyone from the community the security industry and U.S Law Enforcement
Find below a set of personal screenshots courtesy of the Conti Ransomware Gang which we obtained by data mining their leaked internal communications and which we’ve decided to share with the idea to assist everyone on their way to properly attribute current and upcoming malicious and fraudulent campaigns launched by the gang.
Sample screenshots obtained using data mined recently leaked internal Conti Ransomware Gang internal communication:
We sincerely hope that the information and the report which we produced would be extremely handy and useful for researchers and vendors internationally including U.S Law Enforcement on its way to properly track down monitor and profile including to shut down their malicious and fraudulent operations.