Threat Exchange Network blog: April 2018
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A few weeks ago a highly critical Drupal vulnerability dubbed as Drupalgeddon2 (SA-CORE-2018-002 / CVE-2018-7600) was discovered and patched by Drupal developers. This security problem permits remote code execution (RCE) without user authentication and affects the Drupal core of versions 7, 8 and the unmaintained 6 too. [30 IOCs]
Currently, cryptocurrency miners are heavily used by malware across a variety of platforms and servers. Payloads are modified by malware creators to maximize profit, which these days includes the addition of cryptominers into their arsenals. [8 IOCs]
Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered new Android malware distributed through a DNS hijacking technique and targeting smartphones, mostly in Asia. [39 IOCs]
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