Gandcrab v5.0.3 detail analysis of javascript delivery payload

Recently a friend of mine shared with me a Javascript file which on execution resulted in machine been infected by GandCrab ransomeware. Initial through was that it must be the Javascript implementation of ransomeware, but assumption tuned out to be wrong, the code was actually heavily obfuscated and it dropped the actual GandCrab binary (v5.0.3) which did the encryption. The Javascript code did lots of other technology like using Powershell script and ActiveXObject in order to evade detection.

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