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When performing Incident Response to a computer intrusion at a medical facility, we were immediately tasked with determining how many systems had been compromised by an intruder, and what information the intruder had access to Additionally, we needed to identify how the attacker was getting in, and then offer network-based and host-based countermeasures to prevent additional compromise Since the medical facility had seven satellite offices covering much of the state, we had to develop a response plan that fostered decentralized response, yet maintained a single point of control and management of the recovery process Therefore, we trained the IT staff at the Headquarters facility to perform a live response on all hosts, sending the data to a centralized location (all via cryptcat) We then reviewed the live response data collected to determine how many systems were compromised Once we determine the indicators of attack, we realized we needed to obtain the following information for each file: M I I I L The full path of each file The modified time/date stamp for each file The creation time/date stamp for each file The last accessed time/date stamp for each file The file size
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Using cygwin s find command during our live response on all the Windows 2000 and Windows XP hosts, we created a ; delimited file that we could simply import into Excel and review for the indicators of compromise The following command retrieved much of the file metadata we needed to rapidly determine when each system was compromised:
find %d:/ -printf "%m;%Ax;%AT;%Tx;%TT;%Cx;%CT;%U;%G;%s;%p \n"
The following fields were created by this command (in order): M I I I I I I %m File s permission bits in octal %Ax File s last access date in mm/dd/yy format %AT File s last access time in local time (H:M:S format) %Tx File s last modification date in mm/dd/yy format %TT File s last modification time in local time (H:M:S format) %Cx File s last change date in mm/dd/yy format (For FAT and NTFS filesystems, this is the creation time) %CT File s last change time in local time (H:M:S format) (For FAT and NTFS filesystems, this is the creation time)
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%U %G %p
File s numeric User ID File s numeric Group ID File s full pathname
%s File size
With this information, we immediately created a table in Excel with the following fields: M I I I I I I L Filename File Size Creation Date Creation Time Modified Date Modified Time Access Date Access Time
We could quickly sort any date field and review files accessed, modified, or created at a specific time in a timely manner Using this methodology, we were able to respond to over 40 hosts per day, determining the scope of compromise with no operational impact on the systems (we did not power systems off or run tools that inhibited their ability to offer services)
The 2>/dev/null in the command ensures that the standard error messages are erased, rather than displayed on the screen This is a loud tool, and we sometimes prefer not watching all the output populate and fill the screen as it generates the resulting file Therefore, we redirect the standard error so it is not displayed on the console The following is an excerpt from the output file filelistingtxt :
/mnt/harddrive/JavaWebServer20/admin/classes/authstorezip 39659 0 100400 08/02/2000 03:11a 08/02/2000 03:11c 08/09/1999 11:46w EST /mnt/harddrive/JavaWebServer20/admin/classes/initclass 768 0 100400 08/08/2000 09:45a 08/02/2000 03:11c 08/02/2000 04:00w EST /mnt/harddrive/JavaWebServer20/admin/classes/jstadminzip 948883 0 100400 08/02/2000 03:11a 08/02/2000 03:11c 08/09/1999 11:46w EST
After many lines of file entries, the last line reads:
Processed 18876 files: 1148433133 bytes, secs Elapsed time: 0 hrs 0 mins 2
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You must consult the manual pages to obtain the headers for the fields in this output, because no headings appear in the text file that CATALOG creates The fields are not tab-delimited, but they are fixed-width-space delimited, so they can be easily imported into a database such as Excel You will want to assign the following headings for the resulting worksheet:
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