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Struts and DotNetNuke Server Exploits Used For Cryptocurrency Mining

Threat actors have turned to cryptocurrency mining as a reliable way to make a profit in recent months. Cryptocurrency miners use the computing power of end users to mine coins of various kinds, most commonly via malware or compromised websites. By compromising servers in order to run cryptocurrency miners, the threat actors would gain access to more computing power and increase their profits from illicit mining.

Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend Micro

Struts and DotNetNuke Server Exploits Used For Cryptocurrency Mining

GhostTeam Adware can Steal Facebook Credentials

We uncovered a total of 53 apps on Google Play that can steal Facebook accounts and surreptitiously push ads. Many of these apps, which were published as early as April 2017, seemed to have been put out on Google Play in a wave. Detected by Trend Micro as ANDROIDOS_GHOSTTEAM, many of the samples we analyzed are in Vietnamese, including their descriptions on Google Play.

Their command-and-control (C&C) server points to mspace[.]com[.]vn. This, along with the considerable use of Vietnamese language, may indicate that the apps were from Vietnam. For instance, GhostTeam’s configurations are in English and Vietnamese. English will be the default language if the malware detects the geolocation to be outside Vietnam.

Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend Micro

GhostTeam Adware can Steal Facebook Credentials

UK Conviction Arises out of Trend Micro and NCA Partnership

On January 15, Goncalo Esteves from Essex, UK plead guilty on 3 charges of computer offenses under UK law:

  • 2 charges against Section 3A of the Computer Misuse Act 1990 (Making/adapting/supplying an article intended for use/to assist in commission of section 1 or 3 Computer Misuse offense)
  • 1 charge against Section 327(1) and Section 334 Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Concealing/disguising/converting/transferring/removing criminal property)

This marks the result of a collaborative investigation that Trend Micro and the National Crime Agency (NCA) in the United Kingdom initiated back in 2015, when the two organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together in the fight against cybercrime. This collaboration is not restricted to this case alone, with Trend Micro actively continuing to assist the UK, as well as other international law enforcement partners, in their fight against cybercrime.

Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend Micro

UK Conviction Arises out of Trend Micro and NCA Partnership

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