Mimikatz is a tool that implements the functionality of Windows Credentials Editor and allows you to get the authentication data of a logged-in user in the clear. The method used to detect Mimikatz is referred to as a grouping which consists of taking a group of unique artifacts and identifying. The author guides Cyberwardog to create alerts for detecting Mimikatz using Sysmon and ELK Stask in this article. It should be noted that you must already have ELK Stack installed with the ElastAlert setting. The script is needed to process some logic needed to test a couple of things before we can turn off the alert to get started.
This article will analyze the behavior of tools that need to be read from the memory of the Lsass.exe process in order to steal valuable accounting information. The author will investigate the behavior of Mimikatz while working as a stand-alone executable file and while working from memory (without a file script).
Samir B. shared the article Mimikatz detection using Windows Security Event Logs.
The issue of internal security is always important. Mimikatz is a great post-exploitation tool written by Benjamin Delpy (gentilkiwi). Many times after the initial operation phase, the attackers may need to get a firm foothold in the computer / network. This often requires a set of tools. Mimikatz attempt to tie together some of the most useful tasks that cybercriminals want to perform. Mimikatz supports 64-bit and 32-bit Windows architecture.