Cobalt Strike’s process to inject shellcode, via PowerShell, does not work with the latest Windows 10 update (v1803). While it’s possible to work without this capability, a lot of CS automation uses PowerShell.
I’ve pushed an out-of-band update to Cobalt Strike 3.11 with a fix for this issue.
The PowerShell shellcode injection scripts in Cobalt Strike use PowerShell internal methods that map directly to GetProcAddress and GetModuleHandle. The latest PowerShell build (included with the latest Windows 10) includes a second GetProcAddress mapping. This made my ask for GetProcAddress ambiguous. The fix? Refresh the PowerShell scripts to ask for a GetProcAddress binding with a specific signature.
Get the latest…
Use the built-in update program to get the latest. This out-of-band update includes a few other fixes and improvements as well. Check out the release notes for the full list.