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We recently came across a compromised website pushing out a payload that belongs to the Pushdo botnet, a botnet reportedly controlled by a well-funded Eastern European Cybercrime group. This botnet has often been closely associated with the Cutwail spam botnet. In the past, the Cutwail group would spam out payloads for the Pushdo botnet, which […]

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This blog describes briefly what WebShells are, and how attackers can use WebShells to gain powerful shell level/system level access to a server. WebShells have been used in attacks for quite a long time now, but with changes in attack trends, cyber criminals are getting more sophisticated with deployment techniques and methods to circumvent detection. With the help […]

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Hot on the heels of the NBC.com hack last week, Websense® Security Labs™ researchers were alerted by SANS to another high profile website compromise on Friday: bible.org. It appears that the offending code has now been removed from the bible.org website.   At first glance, this seemed to be a run-of-the-mill “compromise, redirect, exploit” chain; however, closer analysis revealed […]

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