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Manjusaka: A Chinese sibling of Sliver and Cobalt Strike

  • 3 August 2022
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Manjusaka: A Chinese sibling of Sliver and Cobalt Strike
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Cisco Talos recently discovered a new attack framework called "Manjusaka" being used in the wild that has the potential to become prevalent across the threat landscape. This framework is advertised as an imitation of the Cobalt Strike framework.
The implants for the new malware family are written in the Rust language for Windows and Linux.
A fully functional version of the command and control (C2), written in GoLang with a User Interface in Simplified Chinese, is freely available and can generate new implants with custom configurations with ease, increasing the likelihood of wider adoption of this framework by malicious actors.


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