A new piece of malware has been identified by the Foregenix DFIR team. The malware is a PHP webshell - a script, which when installed on a compromised system, presents a sophisticated administration platform allowing the attacker to browse the filesystem of the compromised server, upload, create, edit, download or delete files or stop running processes.
The eCommerce sector has seen significant year-on-year growth over the last 5 years. With that growth, the world's most popular eCommerce platform, Magento, has seen seen rapid growth too (currently 26% marketshare globally).
With popularity comes a downside - Magento websites are increasingly becoming the target of attacks by criminals .
Over 60% of breached eCommerce websites assisted by our team in 2016 were Magento-based websites.
Last month Magento released SUPEE-8788 to fix a number of security issues – you can read about SUPEE-8788 in detail here. A LOT of websites have not yet patched and are at risk of being hacked.
Magento websites are under attack from a new credit card harvesting technique designed to evade detection while harvesting payment card data from major payment processor iframes - a new malware called Magento Cloud Harvester.
Foregenix welcomes Mico Digital as an official partner of its FGX-Web product. Mico Digital now offer FGX-Web to protect their clients' eCommerce websites from increasing threats, attacks and data breaches.
Much has been made of the Magento Shoplift vulnerability and we have certainly seen a notable uplift in Magento related investigations on the back of it. A trend that we have observed involves a variation to the Shoplift attacks, designed to steal payment card data from outsourced payment models - such as iframes as provided by all major payment processors.
Magento Update: Magento has announced a new patch available for Magento Community versions older than 18.104.22.168 and Magento Enterprise versions older than 22.214.171.124.
If you run a Magento website, you need to take steps to protect your online business now.
The Foregenix forensic team has been seeing escalating numbers of websites built on Magento being compromised and losing clients data, such as:
• Personal Data
• Payment card data
• Account credentials