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WordPress Two-Factor Authentication Plugins

Most websites are created by using WordPress application because of its user friendly interface and ease of use. Nowadays updates for major web application are released more faster than ever, this situation was due to that hackers are more efficient to break every code for finding any loopholes aggressively. So if any vulnerabilities are reported, […]

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WordPress GDPR Compliance Plug-in exploited (Privilege Escalation Flaw)

On the 6th of November 2018, a popular WordPress plugin known as WP GDPR Compliance plugin, which is created to help website owners with GDPR compliance, was found to contain harmful vulnerabilities for privilege escalation that could allow for arbitrary code execution. Hackers have exploited this vulnerability to attack a number of websites. The vulnerability […]

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wp-crawl.php

WordPress Duplicator version below <1.2.42 have Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability, which allow modify wp-config.php file and inject malicious PHP code in there. Vulnerable code in this case isn’t present within the Duplicator plugin directory itself. The flaw becomes exposed when using Duplicator to migrate or restore a backed-up copy of a WordPress site. Reminder […]

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Disable Theme and Plugin Editors from WordPress

This is a big problem, if customer using very weak password’s with default username’s like admin/administrator and etc. Even if you don’t use default username you can get it very easily. Get WordPress username https://wordpress.site/?author=1 This redirects your correct username author page and you can get easily correct username which is probably admin user. If […]

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WordPress Hidden Include

Today we found undetected malware, which keep it hidden and try loading again if it deleted. We generated Signatures to Detect these hidden includes: /index.php: {HEX}Malware.Expert.wordpress.hidden.include.0.UNOFFICIAL FOUND /wp-load.php: {HEX}Malware.Expert.wordpress.hidden.include.1.UNOFFICIAL FOUND /wp-includes/template.php: {HEX}Malware.Expert.malware.url.7od.info.0.UNOFFICIAL FOUND /wp-includes/Requests/IPconfig.ini: {HEX}Malware.Expert.generic.malware.39.UNOFFICIAL FOUND /wp-includes/js/utilities.js: {HEX}Malware.Expert.generic.malware.39.UNOFFICIAL FOUND WordPress index.php wp-load.php End of file: template.php IPconfig.ini Remove file utilities.js Remove file Final Words Use […]

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xo.php

This malware trying write another malware to server, it’s using old cherry-plugin import/export file upload vulnerability. Here source code to malware: Source of xo.php Details $uri is infected server address. $url is base64 encoded remote server address, where trying download more malware and put server to remote access: http://fastwealthformula.online/callback/shell Remote file Final Words Use Malware […]

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WordPress hidden cookie (wp_cookie)

We found very old and hidden WordPress cookie, which named wp_cookie. This allows an attacker to run anything on the compromised user website with user permissions. wp_cookie This is a very clever attack method that allows arbitrary commands to run on a server with ignoring any server security software, just like normal PHP code. Also, […]

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Attacks in Pagelines for WordPress themes

Last few days we have seen very much attacks this old Pagelines WordPress theme vulnerability. Sucuri discovered Pagelines vulnerability on January 2015. Technical Details Any website using vulnerable version of the platform theme (<1.4.4) is risk Privilege Escalation and Remote Code Execution. ModSecurity Audit log, Payload [27/May/2017:02:32:09 +0300] WSi6@VQikyQAAErqcawAAAAg 93.170.77.90 37930 127.0.0.1 80 –5367c063-B– POST […]

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WordPress backdoor cache.php

Today we found cache.php malware, which uses server old backdoor to get more malware to the server. The server is compromised before and it uses hidden file Silence is golden – Malware to POST Payload more data to the server. POST Payload – cache.php If we look better POST Payload, which trying upload cache.php, execute […]

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db.php

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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