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Backdoor.Win32.Jeemp.c malware suffers from a hardcoded credential vulnerability.

Discovery / credits: Malvuln (John Page aka hyp3rlinx) (c) 2024
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Threat: Backdoor.Win32.Jeemp.c
Vulnerability: Cleartext Hardcoded Credentials
Description: The malware listens on three TCP ports which are randomized e.g. 9719,7562,8687,8948,7376,8396 so forth. There is an ESMTP server component "jeem.mail.pv" requiring authentication for the GDATA, SDATA commands and sample is packed using UPX. However, it is trivial to unpack using the -d flag which reveals the cleartext hardcoded credentials "jeepower" and "jeespower" in the PE file.
Family: Jeemp
Type: PE32
MD5: d6b192a4027c7d635499133ca6ce067f
Vuln ID: MVID-2024-0672
Dropped files: msrexe.exe
Disclosure: 02/28/2024

TELNET x.x.x.x 7562
220 jeem.mail.pv ESMTP
HELO hate
250 ok
250 ok
Need password
250 ok

250 ok
Need password
503 wrong!
250 ok
Need password
250 ok

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