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A critical zero-day vulnerability has been discovered in a popular WordPress plugin, called ‘FancyBox for WordPress’, which is being used by hundreds of thousands of websites running on the most popular Blogging Platform Wordpress.
0-DAY FLAW EXPLOITED IN THE WILD The security researchers at network security firm Sucuri issued a warning Wednesday about the zero-day vulnerability that is being “actively exploited in the wild” by malicious hackers in order to infect as many as victims.
While there are more than 70 million websites on the Internet currently running WordPress content management system, over half a million websites use ‘FancyBox for WordPress’ Plugin, making it one of the popular plugins of Wordpress for displaying images, HTML content and multimedia in a so-called “lightbox” that floats on top of Web pages. The vulnerability allows attackers to inject a malicious iframe (or any random script/content) into the vulnerable websites that generally redirects victims to a ‘203koko’ website.
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“All the infections had a similar malicious iframe from ‘203koko’ injected into the website,” Daniel Cid, founder and chief technology officer of Sucuri who discovered the vulnerability, wrote in an advisory. “In analysing the infected websites, we found that all the websites were using the FancyBox for WordPress plugin.”
FancyBox for WordPress Plugin has since been temporarily removed from the WordPress Plugins Directory, and the researchers advised users/wordpress developers/wordpress programmers to remove the plug-in as it hasn’t been updated for two years and poses a security threat to users. Without wasting much of time, the developers released two new versions of the plugin on Thursday to fix the zero-day flaw. Version 3.0.3 addresses the actual flaw, while version 3.0.4, released late yesterday by José Pardilla, renames the plugin setting where the issue originated.
According to the plugin changelog, the latest updates will stop malicious code from appearing on the websites where the plugin is updated without removing the malicious code. Users who have the FancyBox for WordPress Plugin installed on their sites are advised to immediately apply the patch.
WordPress is a free, open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) with more than 30,000 plugins, each of which offers custom functions and features enabling users to tailor their websites to their specific needs. It is easy to setup and use and that’s why tens of millions of websites across the world opt it, and therefore, WordPress sites are a favorite target for hackers.
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The news broke throughout the WordPress community earlier Sunday morning when Google blacklisted over 11,000 domains due to the latest malware campaign, that has been brought by SoakSoak.ru, thus being dubbed the ‘SoakSoak Malware’ epidemic.
While there are more than 70 million websites on the Internet currently running WordPress, so this malware campaign could be a great threat to those running their websites on WordPress.
Once infected, you may experience irregular website behavior including unexpected redirects to SoakSoak.ru web pages. You may also end up downloading malicious files onto your computer systems automatically without any knowledge.
The search engine giant has already been on top of this infection and has added over 11,000 websites to their blacklist that could have seriously affected the revenue potential of website owners, running those blacklisted websites.
The security team at the security firm Sucuri, which is actively investigating the potential vector of the malware, said that the infections are not targeted only at WordPress websites, but it appears that the impact seems to be affecting most hosts across the WordPress hosting spectrum.
SoakSoak malware modifies the file located at wp-includes/template-loader.php which causes wp-includes/js/swobject.js to be loaded on every page view on the website and this “swobject.js” file includes a malicious java encoded script malware.
If you run any website and are worried about the potential risk of the infection to your website, Sucuri has provided a Free SiteCheck scanner that will check your website for the malware. The exact method of intrusion has not been pointed out at this time, but numerous signals led to believe us all that many WordPress users could have fallen victim to this attack.
However, if you are behind the Website Firewall, CloudProxy, you are being protected from the SoakSoak malware campaign.