Archive | March, 2017


In WordPress themes there are lots of file upload vulnerabilities. This trying upload embrace.php file to server and execute it embrace.php wp-info.php This malware can infect more and more malwares to server and get full control it. Final words Websites that using Malware Expert – ModSecurity rules are protected against this attack. Use Malware Expert […]

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Again we found new malware, that trying using php shell_exec function to download and include more malware to server. POST Payload This looks like joomla file upload vulnerability: Payload trying upload proc.php file to server and execute it: proc.php It’s trying download bash script and execute it. When it executed it remove itself […]

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This malware try upload db.php to WordPress clickjacking vulnerability. Clickjacking is an attack that places an invisible iframe containing a webpage over top of another, visible webpage. The victim user is lured into clicking on the invisible iframe to perform an action when they think they are clicking on the webpage they can see. The […]

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WordPress Plugin – wp-zipp.php

Today we found new malware which is a WordPress plugin. The attacker is somehow before with another vulnerability created a user account with WordPress and it uploads own malware plugin, which contains a FilesMan remote shell. Access log As we see, just direct access to WordPress and install WP-Zipp plugin: If we extracted […]

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Sanesecurity start distribute Malware.Expert malware signatures

Today we are very happy new distribution channel. Sanesecurity started sharing our Malware signatures via their distribution channels worldwide to new servers. Sanesecurity signatures Sanesecurity produces add-ons signatures to help improve the ClamAV detection rate on Zero-Day malware and even on Zero-Hour malware. Also add-on signatures provide enhanced email security against the following email types: […]

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sql_dump.php – Bot network

Today we looked server’s logs and we found very active Bot network that trying use old malware and upload more PHP code files to servers. Malware files If we look access logs, we found many files which tried access, but they not are normal WordPress, Joomla etc. files. /Abbrevsprl.php /administrator/administrator.php /administrator/dbconfig.php /administrator/includes/readmy.php /administrator/webconfig.txt.php /al277.php /authenticating.php […]

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