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Invoke-Atomic leaves the nest
 
Comparing open source adversary emulation platforms for red teams
 
Introducing Chain Reactor
 
Testing initial access with “Generate-Macro” in Atomic Red Team
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Unlocking Heaven’s Gate on Linux
 
Trapping the Netwire RAT on Linux
 
Introducing Chain Reactor
 
ATT&CK T1501: Understanding systemd service persistence
 
Data sources, Linux detection, and more at ATT&CKcon 2.0
 
Frankenstein was a hack: the copy/paste cryptominer
 
A Pastebin scraper, steganography, and a persistent Linux backdoor
 
Threat Hunting in Linux for Indicators of Rocke Cryptojacking
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