Known command-lines of fileless malicious executions.
While hashing malicious files to identify malicious executions is easy, blocking the execution of fileless malware is more challenging. This repository's purpose is to collect command lines being used by threat actors, to ease the difficult of identifying them.
Each FCL file contains\may contain the following data:
If you have any malicious related command line (deobfuscated or not), sandbox links, technical write-up, regular expression or any useful suggestion, please share it with me and I will update this repository accordingly.
Here are some great references elaborating on fileless malicious executions and the use of it through time:
FCL - Fileless Command Lines Copyright (C) 2018, Chen Erlich (@chen_erlich).
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