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Atomic Newsletter
Welcome to the October edition of the Atomic Newsletter, a monthly email in which we will summarize the updates and news about Atomic Red Team™ and its related projects such as Atomic Friday, MITRE ATT&CK®, Invoke-AtomicRedTeam, AtomicTestHarnesses, and more!
Test Showcase
Highlighting new & novel atomics
This month the Atomic Red Team maintainers wanted to showcase a couple of noteworthy new atomic tests that caught their eye!
Wevtutil Event Log Disable
There is no doubt that ransomware is a serious and pervasive problem today; but it can be easy to forget to test for behaviors outside of the lateral movement, encryption, and exfiltration of these events.

First-time contributor lucasRiley recently added an Atomic Red Team test demonstrating how the RansomEXX threat disables logging.

PR #1619:
Updating atomics to conform to standard
Although not a new test, Atomic Red Team received a significant update this month from long-time contributor Josh Rickard!

In this pull request, Josh took the existing human-readable atomic test specification and created a machine-readable spec file. 

With this spec file Josh then made some sweeping updates to bring conformity and clarity to over a hundred files!
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We're hiring a Community Manager to support Atomic Red Team's users, contributors, and maintainers. We’re looking for a strong communicator who is passionate about building both relationships and resources. 
Video for your queue
A visual history of Atomic Red Team 
Here's a fun visualization of the first four years of Atomic Red Team GitHub activity. See if you can spot major milestones including The YAML’ing, execution frameworks graduating to become projects of their own, as well as your own contributions.
We are always looking for more Linux tests!


Atomic Red Team community updates

Atomic Red Team cannot continue to be the amazing library it is without the time, effort, and contributions from the community and the project maintainers. We wanted to showcase some of the individuals who have taken the time to contribute changes and additions to Atomic Red Team!
New & top contributors in September
Top contributors:
  • bnt1006
  • clr2of8
  • Corellios
  • lucasRiley
  • MHaggis
  • Raislin
  • tlor89

Huge thanks to everyone who contributed to Atomic Red Team, and a special shout out to all of the first-time contributors:
  • Raislin
  • Corellios
  • CaptanMoss
  • lucasRiley

We are here to help! 
Atomic Red Team maintainers
Meet our amazing team of maintainers, who create new tests, manage pull requests, mentor new contributors, and do so much more.
Bhavin Patel
Slack: Bhavin Patel
GitHub:  patel-bhavin

Carl Petty
Carl Petty
Slack: Carl Petty
GitHub: rc-grey

Carrie Roberts
Carrie Roberts
Slack: OrOneEqualsOne
GitHub:  clr2of8

Jose Hernandez
Jose Hernandez
Slack: Jose Hernandez
GitHub:  d1vious

Matt Graeber
Matt Graeber
Slack: mattifestation
GitHub:   mattifestation

Mike Haag
Mike Haag
Slack: Mike Haag
GitHub: MHaggis

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