Malicious One-Liner Using Hastebin

Malicious One-Liner Using Hastebin

Short scripts that deliver malware to a website are nothing new, but during a recent investigation we found a script using hastebin[.]com, which is a domain we see used infrequently. The script was found writing malicious contents into an image directory on a compromised website, allowing an attacker to execute other malicious commands.

The attacker was likely leveraging hastebin instead of pastebin since it’s not as frequently used.

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Malicious One-Liner Using Hastebin

Malicious One-Liner Using Hastebin

Short scripts that deliver malware to a website are nothing new, but during a recent investigation we found a script using hastebin[.]com, which is a domain we see used infrequently. The script was found writing malicious contents into an image directory on a compromised website, allowing an attacker to execute other malicious commands.

The attacker was likely leveraging hastebin instead of pastebin since it’s not as frequently used.

Continue reading Malicious One-Liner Using Hastebin at Sucuri Blog.

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Story added 23. September 2020, content source with full text you can find at link above.


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