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Apache ActiveMQ Vulnerability Leads to Stealthy Godzilla Webshell

Description :
Researchers have observed a surge in attacks exploiting vulnerabilities in Apache ActiveMQ hosts. In certain cases, these host malicious Java Server Pages (JSP) web shells.

Published Created Modified
2024-01-18 20:31:46 2024-01-18 20:31:46 2024-01-18 20:58:12

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Indicators

Malwares :
  • JSP
Hashes :
  • 233adf5d3c754ead3f304a4891d367884dd615d74d9983119546bebb346b7bf7
  • 5da5796d407a0099aa624b1ea73a877a5197b3b31529d94f2467dce19fe3a74a
  • 20e689e8597af29abc5221d8b5b60db3d78e2053
  • f97c6c820694a059c7b0b2f3abe1f614b925dd4ab233d11472b062325ffb67be
MITRE ATT&CK Techniques : Other observables :
  • CVE-2023-46604

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Julien B.

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