common.php (Object Injection Vulnerability in Backup & Restore Dropbox)

WordPress plugin Backup & Restore Dropbox have PHP Object Injection Vulnerability. It’s allow remote download malware to the server. This vulnerability founded by pluginvulnerabilities.com and published it. We found that vulnerability try malware download common.php malware to server via FTP Protocol. Real Post Payload First file_get_contents download common.php malware and file_put_contents write it to server. … Read more

gzpdecode.php

WordPress Vulnerability in Cherry Plugin – Arbitrary File Upload The Vulnerability allow an attacker to upload all types of files without administrator login. /wp-content/plugins/cherry-plugin/admin/import-export/upload.php This is fixed latest version of Cherry Plugin, but all customers won’t update their website and files. Interesting comes heres, botnetwork search this old vulnerability and if found they upload malware … Read more

wp.php

If we look inside this PHP script (only a small part of the code): Execute wp.php If we run this, we found PHP Command shell WSO 2.5 (backdoor) this file: Detect this malware Malware Expert – Signatures found this malware from php code, if you want use our signatures for free.

b374k-shell

Introduction A webshell itself cannot attack or exploit a remote vulnerability, so it is always the second step of an attack (this stage is also referred to as post-exploitation). PHP Webshell with many features such as : * File manager (view, edit, rename, delete, upload, download as archive,etc) * Command execution * Script execution (php, … Read more

Free Online PHP Obfuscator

Free Online PHP Obfuscator is designed to help PHP developers protect their intellectual property. Any time you give your PHP source code to someone else your intellectual property can be used and altered without your permission. It’s not one-way encryption but it will keep curious eyes away from your code. These tryed again upload to … Read more

FilesMan

PHP backdoors are server-side malicious scripts. The typical example of such backdoors are various File Managers, Web Shells, Command Shells, tools for bypassing admin login or various one-purpose scripts allowing the attacker to upload and run another type of malicious scripts. The payload is PHP based, thus intended for server-side use and the payload is … Read more