Tag Archives: Website Security

More on Dnsden[.]biz Swipers and Radix Obfuscation

After recent publication of the Uncommon Radixes Used in Malware Obfuscation article, we found an interesting Twitter thread involving @EKFiddle and @Ledtech3 #EKFiddle [Regex update]: Added Radix Web Skimmer identified by @unmaskparasites (https://t.co/3YJM9YeyAw).Additional domain seen in campaigns: checkip[.]bizhttps://t.co/U67qZosp1e pic.twitter.com/ZWwGZG6zyN — EKFiddle (@EKFiddle) March 17, 2019 Just a brief round up of the Twitter discussion. Neither More Info »

Arbitrary Directory Deletion in WP-Fastest-Cache

The WP-Fastest-Cache plugin authors released a new update, version, fixing a vulnerability (CVE-2019-6726) present during its install alongside the WP-PostRatings plugin. According to seclists.org: “A successful attack allows an unauthenticated attacker to specify a path to a directory from which files and directories will be deleted recursively. The vulnerable code path extracts the path More Info »

Uncommon Radixes Used in Malware Obfuscation

Some JavaScript features allow for pretty interesting obfuscation techniques. For example, did you know that virtually any English word can be used as a valid number? I recently decoded a credit card stealing script injected at the bottom of a js/varien/js.js file: There were several layers of obfuscation. During the final stage of decoding, I More Info »

PCI for SMB: Requirement 10 & 11 – Regularly Monitor and Test Networks

Welcome to the seventh post of a series on understanding the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard–PCI DSS. We want to show how PCI DSS affects anyone going through the compliance process using the PCI SAQ’s (Self Assessment Questionnaires). In the previous articles written about PCI, we covered the following: Requirement 1: Build and Maintain More Info »

Spotlight on Women in Cybersecurity

Sucuri is committed to helping women develop their careers in technology. On International Women’s Day, Sucuri team members share their insights into working in cybersecurity. Spotlight on Sucuri Women in Cybersecurity We have asked some of the women who work at Sucuri 3 questions: What do you do at Sucuri? How did you decide to More Info »

Hacked Website Trend Report – 2018

We are proud to be releasing our latest Hacked Website Trend Report for 2018. This report is based on data collected and analyzed by the GoDaddy Security / Sucuri team, which includes the Incident Response Team (IRT) and the Malware Research Team (MRT). The data presented is based on the analysis of 25,168 cleanup requests More Info »

Google Analytics and Angular in Magento Credit Card Stealing Scripts

Over the last few months, we’ve noticed several credit card-stealing scripts that use variations of the Google Analytics name to make them look less suspicious and evade detection by website owners. The malicious code is obfuscated and injected into legitimate JS files, such as skin/frontend/default/theme122k/js/jquery.jscrollpane.min.js, js/meigee/jquery.min.js, and js/varien/js.js. The obfuscated code loads another script from More Info »

Hackers Use Fake Google reCAPTCHA to Cloak Banking Malware

The most effective phishing and malware campaigns usually employ one of the following two age-old social engineering techniques: Impersonation These online phishing campaigns impersonate a popular brand or product through specially crafted emails, SMS, or social media networks. These campaigns employ various methods including email spoofing, fake or real employee names, and recognized branding to More Info »