Using SCOM to Detect Scheduled Task Creation

  One well known thing that attackers like to do is to create scheduled tasks to periodically execute their payloads.  Detecting Scheduled task creation is not terribly difficult.  While it does not use the standard logs, there is an operational task scheduler log available that generates an event ID 106 whenever a scheduled task is…

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Using SCOM to Detect Service Creation

For those that cover security, this piece of information is not all that new, but for those that happen to be SCOM administrators and not necessarily security people by trade, this might be useful. Detecting service creation is the easy part. When a service is created on a system, event ID 7045 is generated in…

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Using SCOM to Detect Golden Tickets

For the three people that religiously read my blog, you know by now that I’ve been writing quite a bit on using SCOM to detect some of the anomalous events that are specific to an intruder in your environment.  This is the first, of what will hopefully be a few rules needed to detect the…

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