WebLogic exploits cybercriminals used to distribute cryptominers to servers
Updated July 18, 2019
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Encryption software with hidden certificate files
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The deleted file is recognized as having the certificate file format
This is considered normal, especially if you are creating HTTPS
The transmission chain started when CVE-2019-2725 was attacked
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Certificate for C2 server. Then the malware takes over
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Trend Micro found that the evidence was not included in the document
X.509 TLS format, but in one file
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A new invention of Sodinokibi software exploits the same WebLogic vulnerability.