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You have detected an incident in your system, a hacker has infiltrated.
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Here is what to do after you
have identified an incidence:
Stay Calm and
Assess the Situation:
It’s crucial not to panic. Stay calm, and gather as much information as possible about the nature and scope of the breach.
Immediately isolate the compromised systems from the network to contain the breach and prevent further spread. This includes disabling remote access. Don’t shut down the systems.
Record all actions taken, and observations made. Log all dates, times, and details of the breach. This documentation is critical for understanding the breach and for subsequent investigations.
Notify the Incident Response Team:
Immediately inform the incident response team, even before forensic experts get involved. They can start preliminary assessments and help in mitigating the impacts.
Change All Credentials:
Discuss this with the Incident Response team. Sometimes it may be better to orchestrate a remediation and combine the password resets with other remediation tasks, e.g., like removing the backdoors. Reset all passwords, especially for critical systems and accounts that the attackers might have accessed. Enable multi-factor authentication where possible.
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Our scanners and agents run on Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS and some IBM AIX variants. However, the collectors for THOR Thunderstorm run on just any operating system. You can scan live systems, disk images or specific forensic evidence like EVTX files, memory dumps or Registry hives.