Trustlook Has Identified 26 EternalRocks Samples

Trustlook has collected 26 samples from the EternalRocks attack – an attack that comes on the heels of the devastating WannaCry Ransomware attack from last week. The hash for each of the 26 samples is listed below.

EternalRocks uses seven exploits first discovered by the National Security Agency and leaked in April by the Shadow Brokers group. They include EternalBlue, DoublePulsar, EternalChampion, EternalRomance, EternalSynergy, ArchiTouch and SMBTouch. For reference, WannaCry used only two vulnerabilities, leading some to believe that EternalRocks could pose a bigger problem than WannaCry.

It is unclear what EternalRocks will do to the computers it has infected. For now, it remains dormant as it continues to spread and infect more computers. But it can be weaponized at anytime and strike suddenly.

Users should make it a habit to patch their systems regularly and often. The single best thing you can do to protect your networks against malware attacks, worms and ransomware is to patch the known vulnerabilities.

Stay tuned to Trustlook’s blog for further updates on EternalRocks…

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