21 Sep '11, 1pm

#cypherhackz: Troj/PHPShll-B malware in WordPress wp-config.php file!

Suspicious codes found in WordPress wp-config.php file A Sophos Senior Threat Researcher, Paul O Baccas found a malware codename, Troj/PHPShll-B in a WordPress wp-config.php file that was installed in one of their IT department friend's website. This malware was first detected by SophosLabs automated systems as Mal/Badsrc-C from the downloaded index.html file. Further analysis, Paul saw a suspicious piece of code written in base64 string format in the wp-config.php file. When translated, the code will only be served if the User-Agent is Internet Explorer. Sophos now detects and disinfects this modified code as Troj/PHPShll-B . They believed it is most likely the code was injected via compromised FTP credentials. Sophos also recommends WordPress users to regularly auditing their WordPress wp-config.php file and make sure to use strong login passwords to avoid the account be...

Full article: http://www.cypherhackz.net/archives/2011/09/21/trojphpshl...

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