Tag Archives: Webserver Infections

Autoloaded Server-Side Swiper

Front-end JavaScript-based credit card stealing malware has garnered a lot of attention within the security community. This makes sense, since the “swipers” can be easily detected by simply scanning the web pages of e-commerce sites. However, this isn’t the only way to steal payment details and sensitive user information from compromised sites. Server-side swipers are More Info »

Cryptominers: Binary-Process-Cron Variants and Methods of Removal

This post provides a brief overview of how to manually remove server-side cryptominers and other types of Binary-Process-Cron malware from a server. Unlike browser-based JavaScript cryptominers that have been injected into a web page, a binary server-level cryptominer abuses server resources without affecting the computers or mobile devices of site visitors. We will cover the More Info »

ASP Backdoors? Sure! It’s not just about PHP

I recently came to the realization that it might appear that we’re partial to PHP and WordPress. This realization has brought about an overwhelming need to correct that perception. While they do make up an interesting percentage, there are various other platforms and languages that have similar if not more devastating implications. Take into consideration More Info »