Tag Archives: Webserver Infections

Vulnerable Versions of Adminer as a Universal Infection Vector

This past week, we’ve been monitoring a new wave of website infections mostly impacting WordPress and Magento websites. We found that hackers have been injecting scripts from scripts.trasnaltemyrecords[.]com into multiple files and database tables. This is still the same ongoing campaign that we’ve been following for the past few years, where site visitors are redirected More Info »

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 »