A few days ago, i receive a weird connection on my kippo honeypot.
An guy as connected on, download a binary file and try to lauch it, but, not succesfully.
So after some checks, i can download this binary :), so, go to analysis it!
$ file disknyp
disknyp: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), statically linked, for GNU/Linux 2.2.5, not stripped
$ du -sk disknyp
It’s statically linked, that’s explain is big size, and it’s not stripped
Look at the main function in IDA.
Coded in C++, it run as a daemon, after, it lauch _ZN9CStatBase10InitializeEv who get some system infos.
_ZN9CStatBase13GetSysVersionEv do a uname command.
_ZN9CStatBase9GetCpuSpdEv get cpu info to /proc/cpuinfo and extract frequency.
__ZN9CStatBase13InitGetCPUUseEv open /proc/stat file and check cpu usage.
_ZN9CStatBase13InitGetNetUseEv open /proc/net/dev and get network informations.
After that it initialize the server:
Lock at the decrypt fonction:
Decrypt fonction as call twice, one with the argument 281-206-3//18 (the C&C ip adress?), decrypt value is 126.96.36.199, and after with 68961 as the port number 59870.
Not necesseray to make a script to reverse this fonction, we can see decrypt values in memory, but this function is easy to understand, it make one ascii addition of the crypted value, after ascii soustraction and loops.
# netstat -laputen
Connexions Internet actives (serveurs et établies)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Adresse locale Adresse distante Etat User Inode PID/Program name
tcp 4 0 192.168.1.69:46730 188.8.131.52:59870 ESTABLISHED 1000 138545 18345/disknyp
Localisation of the c&c:
Belize, it’s not the right place for make malware, but rather to jump into the see and drink mojitos
After, it call _ZN8CManager15StartNetProcessEv fonction, who create a thread, initialize a socket, and send information.
And it create an fake.cfg file, it’s containt the ip adress of my hosts, corresponding for me to the local adress.
$ cat fake.cfg
After it read /proc/stat and /proc/net/dev file and just send kernel version to the c&c in loop.