Conti Ransomware Group Cobalt Strike C2 Analysis & Persistence (Anydesk, Atera, Splash)

Conti is a Ransomware-as-a-Service that was first observed in December 2019 and has been distributed via TrickBot. It has been used against major corporations and government agencies, particularly those in North America. As with other ransomware families, actors using Conti steal sensitive files and information from compromised networks and…




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