Analyzing Cobalt Strike PowerShell Payload

Sample

MD5: e0315aca119a9b3b7d89184ad2fa2603
SHA-1: bfc928da46d2ae32e2c60373a5d968d2f15e497a
SHA-256: 24b18a60020d05b32b13d2cf1e6d6b1ccda4f0af5fb5ec0da960746fde54b796
VirusTotal information

Analysis

Malicious Powershell payload
Check operation system environment
Base64 string
XOR operation
Comment the code to analyzing
Dump the bin file
Using pestudio to check the dump file
Load and run the dll file into memory
Cobalt Strike beacon config

Troubleshooting

Errors of PowerShell execution policy
Check current execution policies
Change the execution policies

Reference

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