Posts Tagged: SQL Injection


Commercially available database of 52M+ ccTLD zone transfer domains spotted in the wild

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For years, cybercriminals have been building ‘hit lists’of potential targets through automated and efficiency-oriented reconnaissance TTPs (tactics, techniques and procedures).  The aim is to fraudulently/maliciously capitalize on these databases consisting of both corporate and government users. Seeking a positive return on their fraudulent/malicious activities, cybercriminals also actively apply basic QA (Quality Assurance) processes, standardization, systematic releasing of DIY (do-it-yourself) cybercrime-friendly applications – all to further ensure a profitable outcome for their campaigns. Thanks to the active implementation of these TTPs, in 2014, the market segments for spam-ready managed services/blackhat SEO (search engine optimization) continue to flourish with experienced vendors starting to ‘vertically integrate’ within the cybercrime […]

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Google-dorks based mass Web site hacking/SQL injecting tool helps facilitate malicious online activity

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Among the most common misconceptions regarding the exploitation (hacking) of Web sites, is that no one would exclusively target *your* Web site, given that the there are so many high profile Web sites to hack into. In reality though, thanks to the public/commercial availability of tools relying on the exploitation of remote Web application vulnerabilities, the insecurely configured Web sites/forums/blogs, as well as the millions of malware-infected hosts internationally, virtually every Web site that’s online automatically becomes a potential target. They also act as a driving force the ongoing data mining to accounting data to be later on added to some […]

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Cybercriminals experiment with Android compatible, Python-based SQL injecting releases

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Throughout the years, cybercriminals have been perfecting the process of automatically abusing Web application vulnerabilities to achieve their fraudulent and malicious objectives. From the utilization of botnets and search engines to perform active reconnaissance, the general availability of DIY mass SQL injecting tools as well as proprietary malicious script injecting exploitation platforms, the results have been evident ever since in the form of tens of thousands of affected Web sites on a daily basis. We’ve recently spotted a publicly released, early stage Python source code for a Bing based SQL injection scanner based on Bing “dorks”. What’s the potential of this tool to […]

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DIY commercially-available ‘automatic Web site hacking as a service’ spotted in the wild

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A newly launched underground market service, aims to automate the unethical penetration testing process, by empowering virtually all of its (paying) customers with what they claim is ‘private exploitation techniques’ capable of compromising any Web site. More details:

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New version of DIY Google Dorks based mass website hacking tool spotted in the wild

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Need a compelling reason to perform search engine reconnaissance on your website, for the purpose of securing it against eventual compromise? We’re about to give you a good one. A new version of a well known mass website hacking tool has been recently released, empowering virtually anyone who buys it with the capability to efficiently build “hit lists” of remotely exploitable websites for the purpose of abusing them in a malicious or fraudulent fashion. Relying on Google Dorks for performing search engine reconnaissance, the tool has built-in SQL injecting options, the ability to add custom exploits, a proxy aggregation function so that no CAPTCHA […]

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