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Sandfly 3.2 - Base64 Linux Malware Payload Detection & New UI Views

January 31, 2022

Sandfly 3.2 features new threat detection modules for suspicious base64 payloads, suspicious processes and suspicious systemd behaviors. Plus, version 3.2 has new host and alert views along with…

Sandfly 3.1 Released - Secure Linux Faster Than Ever

December 16, 2021

Sandfly 3.1 offers major performance enhancements while reducing the resources needed to protect your Linux systems. Sandfly Fights CronRAT We have added in new checks for malware tactics used in…

Log4j Kinsing Linux Stealth Malware in the Wild

December 14, 2021

A severe vulnerability in the popular Java Log4j package ( CVE-2021-44228 ) allows remote code execution on Linux and other platforms. Within about a day of being publicized, the cryptomining malware…

Sandfly Security Not Vulnerable to the Log4j Exploit

December 13, 2021

A recent disclosure of a severe bug in the log4j library ( CVE-2021-44228 ) has made many web applications vulnerable to compromise. Sandfly Security has performed an audit and has determined we are…

Linux Stealth Rootkit Malware with EDR Evasion

November 28, 2021

Recently, Sandfly was contacted to investigate an incident involving a novel piece of Linux stealth malware. What made this malware interesting is it deployed a full stealth rootkit to hide itself,…

Detecting CronRAT Crontab Malware on Linux

November 28, 2021

Security researchers recently discovered a new kind of Linux malware that was hiding its payload as part of an illegal crontab entry on Linux. The malware is being used to insert card skimming…