Tuesday, 20 May 2008

SQL Injection: example blocked

There's still a huge amount of SQL injected sites still out there (list of serving sites)

For example:

Looking at the html for the site, you can see the .js file, added inside the TITLE html code:

If you are using clarkconnect (or other ClamAV based web-filtering) the latest update to the SaneSecurity signatures should help block the current sites:


Email.Malware.Sanesecurity.08051902.SQLInj (generic)
Email.Malware.Sanesecurity.08052000.SQLInj (generic)
Email.Malware.Sanesecurity.08052001.SQLInj (generic)
Email.Malware.Sanesecurity.08052002.SQLInj (generic)
Email.Malware.Sanesecurity.08052003.SQLInj (generic)

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

Rogue MP3 Trojan streaks across P2P networks

Hopefully people have seen this.. but it's worth posting:

Hundreds of thousands of examples of a new Trojan that poses as a media file have flooded onto P2P networks.

Since Friday 2 May more than half a million instances of the Trojan have been detected on consumer PCs, according to net security firm McAfee. The anti-virus firm reports the spread of the Downloader-UA.h Trojan as the most significant malware outbreak in the last three years.

Source: TheRegister
Source: Mcafee

What's interesting about this, is that I came across this "new" idea from a post by ISS (dated 29th April), which you can see here

While the above post talked about .ASF files, all the bad-guys have done is rename the .asf files to .mp3... Windows Media Player just reads Metadata in the header and runs the script :(

SaneSecurity ClamAV Generic detection was added on 30th April 2008 for this new idea and so I was interested to find that these "new" mp3s McAfee are talking about, are found using the same generic signature :)

Eg: eview-T-3545425-turbanlporno.mp3: Email.Malware.Sanesecurity.08043001.WmaScript FOUND

Note: You must be using ClamAV v0.93 to be able to detect this