It’s Triage Thursday again already, and that means it’s time for another update roundup. We haven’t got much to cover this week - upcoming features are keeping us busy - but we’ve made some updates to the configuration extractors for a couple of common families:
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ZLoader Configuration Extraction
We have further improved our support for the ZLoader family, fixing an issue that prevented some of the latest samples triggering the configuration extractor.
As usual we will continue to monitor new versions of this family and apply updates as required.
As it has a bad habit of doing, Emotet made some more changes which meant it wasn’t recognised by our configuration extraction. We’ve added support for this new variant and Emotet should once again be fully supported.
Many thanks to James Quinn (@lazyactivist192) for providing information on these changes which made the update much simpler.