BIOC - Powershell Script Based Alert Detection

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BIOC - Powershell Script Based Alert Detection

L3 Networker

We know that Cortex has the ability to use AMSI but is any one able to achieve a BIOC rule which can trigger an alert for the content inside the script.

 

Lets say if a Powershell script which is being run has certain parameters in the body such as "replace","Download","Invoke-WebRequest" etc...

 

Is it possible to create a BIOC rule for the content inside in the script?

 

Thanks in Advance.

Kind Regards
KS
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L3 Networker

Hi KanwarSingh01,

 

The Cortex XDR Agent features Behavioral Threat Protection modules leveraging the Anti-Malware Scan Interface (AMSI) to block PowerShell scripts.

 

To create a BIOC rule, please check out Live Community How-to video Script Block Query and BIOC | Palo Alto Networks

 

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L3 Networker

Hi KanwarSingh01,

 

The Cortex XDR Agent features Behavioral Threat Protection modules leveraging the Anti-Malware Scan Interface (AMSI) to block PowerShell scripts.

 

To create a BIOC rule, please check out Live Community How-to video Script Block Query and BIOC | Palo Alto Networks

 

Thanks

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