Entries by Rob Bone

Detecting PoshC2 – Indicators of Compromise

As a counterpart to the release of PoshC2 version 6.0 we are providing a list of some of its Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), particularly as used out-of-the-box, as well as some other effective methods for detecting it in your environment. We also introduce the new PoshC2 Detections GitHub repository at https://github.com/nettitude/PoshC2_IOCs that will be continually updated […]

Introducing PoshC2 v5.0

PoshC2 v5.0 is here and there are significant changes and improvements that we’re very excited to reveal!  There’s been a move to Python3, much improved documentation, significant functionality and quality of life improvements, and more.  Read on for a detailed description of it all! Repositories We have had a bit of a change around with […]

Introducing PoshC2 v4.8 – includes C# dropper, task management and more! – Part One

We recently released version 4.8 of PoshC2, which includes a number of fixes and improvements that help facilitate simulated attacks. This is the first post in a series of posts that will include some of the details around the fixes and updates, alongside a number of other posts which will show some of the other […]