I have seen a definite uptick in security researchers hunting Cobalt Strike servers, and tweeting/sharing indicators or config data. There are two popular config parsing methods I have seen: the Nmap NSE script written by @notwhickey and the Sentinel One parser by @gal_kristal (yes, I am aware many organizations have custom parsers). In the case of these two public parsers, I sometimes find myself desiring configuration data that the parsers were missing and when engaging with researchers, I discovered a few did not understand that these tools were not extracting the full configs or did not have a complete understanding…

Justin Warner

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