|T1036.001||Invalid Code Signature|
|T1036.003||Rename System Utilities|
|T1036.004||Masquerade Task or Service|
|T1036.005||Match Legitimate Name or Location|
|T1036.006||Space after Filename|
|T1036.007||Double File Extension|
|T1036.008||Masquerade File Type|
|T1036.009||Break Process Trees|
Adversaries may attempt to mimic features of valid code signatures to increase the chance of deceiving a user, analyst, or tool. Code signing provides a level of authenticity on a binary from the developer and a guarantee that the binary has not been tampered with. Adversaries can copy the metadata and signature information from a signed program, then use it as a template for an unsigned program. Files with invalid code signatures will fail digital signature validation checks, but they may appear more legitimate to users and security tools may improperly handle these files.
Unlike Code Signing, this activity will not result in a valid signature.
|ID||Data Source||Data Component||Detects|
Collect and analyze signing certificate metadata and check signature validity on software that executes within the environment, look for invalid signatures as well as unusual certificate characteristics and outliers.