Rapid Breach Response Pack.#This Playbook is part of the
Supported Cortex XSOAR versions: 6.5.0 and later.
On May 27, 2021, Microsoft reported a wide scale spear phishing campaign attributed to APT29, the same threat actor responsible for the SolarWinds campaign named SolarStorm. This attack had a wide range of targets for an APT spear phishing campaign with 3,000 email accounts targeted within 150 organizations.
This playbook includes the following tasks:
- Collect IOCs to be used in your threat hunting process
- Query FW, SIEMs, EDR, XDR to detect malicious hashes, network activity and compromised hosts
- Block known indicators ** Note: This is a beta playbook, which lets you implement and test pre-release software. Since the playbook is beta, it might contain bugs. Updates to the pack during the beta phase might include non-backward compatible features. We appreciate your feedback on the quality and usability of the pack to help us identify issues, fix them, and continually improve.
This playbook uses the following sub-playbooks, integrations, and scripts.
- Splunk Indicator Hunting
- Search Endpoints By Hash - Generic V2
- Block Indicators - Generic v3
- Palo Alto Networks - Hunting And Threat Detection
- QRadar Indicator Hunting V2
- Panorama Query Logs
This playbook does not use any integrations.
|The EWS query to find malicious emails related to NOBELIUM spear-phishing.
|From:usaid.gov or From:in.constantcontact.com
|Whether to automatically indicators involved with NOBELIUM spear-phishing.
|Whether to provide user verification for blocking IPs.
False - No prompt will be displayed to the user.
True - The server will ask the user for blocking verification and will display the blocking list.
|Should the given indicators be automatically blocked, or should the user be given the option to choose?
If set to False - no prompt will appear, and all provided indicators will be blocked automatically.
If set to True - the user will be prompted to select which indicators to block.
There are no outputs for this playbook.