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Daveb3d
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Re: Exploit Prevention, get source name of the script

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Unless your bad command line is pointing to a script file, there is no script file, it is just the command line execution.  If it is pointing to it, you should see the path in the command line.  

Or I'm not understanding you.

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Re: Exploit Prevention, get source name of the script

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Sorry maybe i'm not good at explaining.

Ok here the detail.

I have created a batch file called "Power.bat" in C:\Users\Username\Desktop\

In this script file :
####SOMESTUFF#####
Powershell -encode BASE64STUFFF
####SOMESTUFF#####

When I execute this script, i'm able to get an event based on the Powershell commandline but I'm not able to locate this script from ePO.

From Exploit Prevention or MAR ProcessHIstory i'm not able to find "Power.bat"

 

(same story if the file is .ps1)

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Re: Exploit Prevention, get source name of the script

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ok.. I got you, I think.

If you double click it, then you will see what generates from it I think, but not the file name.  If you call it at a command prompt, you should see the script file called.

Ultimately, you will see every execution that the bat causes, but you wouldn't see the bat itself as there is no command line calling it, I think.

Dave

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Message 14 of 14

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I find it using "parent_cmdline" in ProcessHistory (Not visible by default)

Thx

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