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The 3.6 release is out with lots of feature requests in it

It includes new features on the themes of:

  • Process view was redesigned:
    • Includes artifacts from the Program Run view so that you can see current and past processes at the same time.
    • New search and grouping interface to make it easier to focus on certain types of processes.
    • Added a tree interface to allow users to navigate by hierarchy.
    • The Execution History tab on the bottom was removed and the Process tab now shows all past processes.
    • Added process tree diagram to bottom process tab.
    • Changed how scoring was applied and now each process instance gets its own score. This will cause higher counts when a false positive happens, but it gives more control.
    • Processes now store if they were running with elevated privileges.
    • OS Accounts
      • Accounts are now created for “non-existent” users, which are created from failed logons.
      • Merged the concept of an “inferred” account with “unknown”. These accounts where a reference is found in a log, but it was not found in the registry, etc.
      • Updated the filters in the “Account” view.
      • Score accounts as suspicious if they were recently created and have admin privileges.
    • User Logons
      • Parse more 4648 events for outbound logon details.
      • Collect log files (but not parse) from 3rd party remote logon applications. They are shown as “Source Files’’ in the Collection Details panel.
      • Bottom inbound logon panel will now show country of remote host
    • OS Configuration:
      • Record log maximum sizes and rotation policy to detect if an attacker made them small to reduce evidence.
      • Record Windows PE (MiniNT) registry setting.
    • Add Host Options:
      • Added the ability to import a local drive, which can be used when an image is locally mounted (for example if it was encrypted with BitLocker).
    • Triggered Tasks:
      • Services are now created based on event log data that shows a service was installed.
      • Services that were recently created are scored as suspicious.
      • PsExec service will be scored as suspicious.
    • Downloads:
      • Collect downloaded files from Temp folder based on Zone.Identifer ADS existence.
      • Collect content of more downloaded file types (LNK, ISO, etc.) if created within the past 6 months.
      • Recently downloaded ISO and LNK files are scored as suspicious.
    • Search:
      • Panel was updated to make its capabilities more obvious. Same functionality.
    • New Reports:
      • Export all files scored as bad as a ZIP file
      • Export all file hashes as a text file
      • Export all IP addresses as a text file
    • Collection Details:
      • Files that were searched for, but not found are now listed.
      • Bitlocker detection is shown
    • IP Addresses:
      • Mark IPs as suspicious if they are frequently by attackers for data exfiltration (such as mega)
      • Updated Dynamic DNS provider list
    • Other:
      • The Host Information panel will now show what drives the host had mounted
      • Sources tab will show payload for Windows Events
      • New evaluation panel with reduced options and allows users to import their own system
      • Updated event log parser to use EVTX for disk images and logical file imports (
  • Bug Fixes: Many bug fixes are included, but notable ones from customer support issues include:
    • Very large NTFS folders are now detected and alerted versus exhausting memory.
    • Logical folder ingest works with long folder names.
  • Hash of ZIP:
    • SHA-256: 8ddb62c4961f6fc7600aaa114a31f013487b421aced725f814eb6eef7094dccc

You can read about a few of the new features on the blog.

 Or, attend our release webinar on Feb 28 at 1PM Eastern.  You can register for that here

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