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Fortinet FortiWeb OS Command Injection allows takeover servers remotely

Fortinet addresses a command injection vulnerability that can allow attackers to take complete control of servers running vulnerable FortiWeb WAF installs. An authenticated attacker could execute arbitrary commands as the root user on the underlying system via the SAML server configuration page. Experts pointed out that the flaw could be chained with an authentication bypass flaw that […]

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Magecart gang hides PHP-based web shells in favicons

Magecart cybercrime gang is using favicon to hide malicious PHP web shells used to maintain remote access to inject JavaScript skimmers into online stores. Magecart hackers are distributing malicious PHP web shells hidden in website favicon to inject JavaScript e-skimmers into online stores and steal payment information. Researchers from Malwarebytes observed threat actors, likely Magecart Group […]

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Microsoft warns of the rise of web shell attacks

An Introduction to Web Shells

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10 essential PowerShell security scripts for Windows administrators

PowerShell is a valuable tool for automating Windows administration tasks, including laborious security chores Source: 10 essential PowerShell security scripts for Windows administrators   Defending Against PowerShell Attacks Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner

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