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New virus found that Maldex, CXS, Clam has not detected

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mitchmenghi
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Joined: 23 Apr 2015, 16:14

New virus found that Maldex, CXS, Clam has not detected

Post by mitchmenghi »

Hello,

We have uncovered a suspicious file that i am overly surprised no scanner has picked up and its very concerning.

The filename is called 'indonesia.php'

I was sitting in one of our customer Wordpress installs and in some sub directories. The contents of the file is as follows.
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Do not post exploits on these forums
We are in no way experts but that does seem to be malware.

Has anyone seen this before, or how is it that CXS being a paid solution even after a month did not pick this up ???
ForumAdmin
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Re: New virus found that Maldex, CXS, Clam has not detected

Post by ForumAdmin »

If you would like to submit an exploit for consideration you should use the following syntax:

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cxs --wttw /path/to/exploit.php
We will review the file and consider detection for it in the future. If you want to detect it yourself you can use the cxs --xtra [file] syntax with an xtra file (see documentation) to include your own detection for it.
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