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Possible Hiding Windows Error Handler

If you try to use the ipfs daemon command from the command line, you will get exactly this error.

ipfs daemon
Error: Message phone tcp No connectex: The connection could not be verified because the target machine was definitely rejected. “>

C:\Users\Vegard Post berg>http://127 ipfs daemon
Error:.0.0.1:5001/api/v0/version?enc=json&stream-channels=true: Dial tcp 127.0.0.Connectex: 1:5001: Failed to set parent because machine niche was actively failing.

I’m running on Das 10 because Windows 8.1 has been updated

EDIT: .remove ..Well, ipfs ipfs do init restarts the daemon, but I then ignore it.

C:\Users\Vegard Berg>ipfs daemon
Error: Post dial tcp Connectex: No, no connection could be established because the target machine was active rejected.

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("wermgr.exe", "WerFault.exe") and network.protocol != "dns" then network.direction == "outbound" and destination.ip !="::1" and , destination.ip !="" ]</pre> </div> </li> </ul> </div> </dd> <dt> <p>version 3 (version 7.12.0)</p> </dt> <p><tt></p> </dd> <dt> <p>Version only (7.11.Release)</p> </dt> <p><tt></p> <div> <str></p> <li> Changed rule name 0 la to: Process potentially hidden as request, werfault </li> <li> <p><pre>event has been updated:</p> <div> modification.category:process and event.type:(start or process_started) and process_name:WerFault.exe, not process.args:((("-u" or "-pss") and "-p" and "-s") or ("/h" "/shared") ("-k" or "-lcq"))</pre> </div> </li> </ul> </div> </dd> </dl> </div> </div> </div> </div></div> </p></div> </p></div> </section></div> </section> <p><title></p> <div> <div> <div> <div> <div> <div> <div> <div> <h2 id="10"> <a></a> Masquerading A Potential Windows Error Handler<br /> </h2> </div> </div> </div> <p>Identifies suspicious instances of the error reporting approach (WerFault windows.exe or Wermgr.exe) with corresponding process-line, command-line, and executable files that start outbound network connections. This may indicate that the cape is trying to bypass the process of detecting suspicious behavior of children.</p> <p>Type rule: from eql</p> <p>Index of rules:</p> <div> <str></p> <li> winlogbeat-* </li> <li>* </li> <li> Log window.* </li> </ul> </div> <p>Severity: medium</p> <p>Risk score: 47</p> <p>Comes out every minute: idea hint</p> <p>Search with: (now-9m Date Math format, see also warnings <code>Additional when looking backwards</code>)</p> <p>Max per run: 100</p> <p>Links:</p> <p>Tags:</p> <div> <str></p> <li> elastic </li> <li> master </li> <li> window </li> <li> threat detection </li> <li> defensive theft </li> </ul> </div> <p>Version: 4 (version (elastic history)</p> <p>Stack version added): 7.10.0</p> <p>Elastic was last modified (Stack version): 7.16.0</p> <p>Rule Makers: Elasticity</p> <p>License per rule: Elastic v2 license</p> <div> <div> <div> <div> <h3 id="13"> <a> Positive Mount<br /> </h3> </div> </div> </div> <p>Indeed</a>it is possible to fake an application crash due to the rare Werfault command line value</p> </div> <div> <div> <pre>follow, process.With entity_id=5s maxspan[process where event.type: "start" and ("wermgr.exe", "WerFault.exe"), as well as process.args_count == 1] [network that process_name: in ("wermgr.exe", "WerFault.exe") and network.protocol != "dns" and network.direction: ("outbound", "outbound") and destination.ip !="::1" and also destination.ip !="" ]</pre> </div> </div> <div> <p>Frame: 4 ATT&CK<sup>TM</sup></p> </div> <div> <div> <dl> <dt> <p>version tab (version 7.16.0)</p> </dt> <p><tt></p> <div> <str></p> <li> <p>Request update, on to move from:</p> <div> <pre>sequence, process.entity_id with a maximum interval of 5 seconds before the event [process where .type: "start" and ("wermgr.exe", "WerFault.exe") and process.== args_count 1] [network where ("wermgr.exe", "WerFault.exe") and even network.protocol!= "dns" and network.direction "outbound" == and, as a result, destination.ip !="::1" and target.ip !="127.0.0.]</pre> </div> </li> </ul> </div> <p></de></p> <dt> <p>Version 1" Or three higher (version 7.12.0)</p> </dt> <p><tt></p> </dd> <dt> <p>Version 2 (version 7.11.0)</p> </dt> <p><tt></p> <div> <str></p> <li> the rule is defined by: a process change, potentially as a hidden request, an error </li> <li> <p>updated: changed</p> <div> <pre>event.category:process while event.type:(start or process_started) and and crash at process.args:(((("-u" or "-pss") and "-p" and "-s") possibly ("/h" and "/shared") or ("-k" with "-lcq"))</pre> </div> </li> </ul> </div> </dd> </dl> </div> </div> </div> </div></div> </p></div> </p></div> </section> <p>Identifies suspicious instances that match Windows Error Reporting methods (WerFault.exe or Wermgr.exe) and then associates executable values ​​with command-line processes originating from mainframe connections. 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