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Another Ukrainian software maker’s site compromised to spread malware

25
Aug
2017
Another Ukrainian software maker’s site compromised to spread malware

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The web server of Crystal Finance Millennium, a Ukraine-based accounting software firm, has been compromised and made to host different types of malware.

The discovery of the compromise was accompanied by the fear that there could be a repeat of the destructive NotPetya attack, which was traced back to hacked servers of Ukrainian software maker MeDoc.

This time, fortunately, the attackers did not compromise the firm’s software and push out an update laden with malware. Instead, the compromised server only hosted the malware, and the company’s Web site served it.

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