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This Halloween, the scariest thing you might encounter could be lurking on the device you're reading this on.
Recently, I noticed an interesting cryptomining script in my honeypot. It had all the usual checks for CPU and architecture type before downloading a binary. It even had the usual kill any processes that might be other cryptominers. However, what caught my eye was a one-line shell script that searched through .ssh/known_hosts and .ssh/id_pub.pub keys, in an attempt to infect other systems that might share SSH keys with the infected
While examining Akamai's network attack logs, I noticed an attack campaign leveraging Drupalgeddon2. Drupalgeddon2 is an unauthenticated remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2018-7600) in the Drupal CMS platform that was patched in March 2018.