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Good morning,
we have been experiencing attacks for some time and ESET has deleted exe files referenced
Win32/RiskWare.RemoteAdmin.RemoteExec.AC.
This is a network share on NAS with access by Windows server and Linux machines.
Attached is the report., in the link

https://dcs.ipsonetwork.net/index.php/s/YdDm9fmPNADqnGT


Could you please help us identify the culprit.
Thank you very much in advance.
Sorry for the translation, I'm French.

 

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Unfortunately it is not possible to tell what happened just based on the detection names.

The best would be if our XDR solution ESET Inspect was installed prior to the detection which would help you with investigation of the infection vector.

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5 hours ago, Gerald Scotet said:

we have been experiencing attacks for some time and ESET has deleted exe files referenced
Win32/RiskWare.RemoteAdmin.RemoteExec.AC.

The Eset detection relates to the legitimate RemCom remote access tool which is often used maliciously.

Additional references;

https://support.alertlogic.com/hc/en-us/articles/360034494351-Windows-Server-RemCom-Tool-Remote-Shell

https://github.com/kavika13/RemCom

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