Month: May 2016

Detecting Hidden Backdoors in PHP OPcache

In this article, we will be looking at the strategies to detect and analyze malware hidden inside an OPcache file. If you haven’t read our previous article about hiding a binary webshell inside a PHP7 OPcache file, we suggest reading it before moving on. Scenario With the exploitation technique used in our last article, it

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Oracle PeopleSoft: still a threat for enterprises

In 2015, Alexey Tyurin from ERPScan presented at the Hack-In-The-Box Amsterdam conference [2][3] multiple attack vectors to defeat the widely used Oracle PeopleSoft (or PS) system. Many companies in various market verticals are relying on this massive and complex software to host confidential information about their employees, their students or even about the financial results of

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