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In the last few months, we have witnessed a rise in the number of cases of modified Web servers that inject malicious redirections into every website that it hosts. One example was the malicious Apache module (Linux.Chapro and Trojan.Apmod) that we blogged about recently. A newer example is Linux.Cdorked, about which our friends at ESET […]

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For the last few months we have been tracking server level compromises that have been utilizing malicious Apache modules (Darkleech) to inject malware into websites. Some of our previous coverage is available here and here.However, during the last few months we started to see a change on how the injections were being done. On cPanel-based […]

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Last week, our friends at Sucuri sent us a modified version of an Apache webserver redirecting some of its requests to the infamous Blackhole exploit packs. Sucuri has published a blog post on this attack. Our analysis of this malware, dubbed Linux/Cdorked.A, reveals that it is a sophisticated and stealthy backdoor meant to drive traffic […]

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