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Windows 7: Web servers are hackers’ target of choice

15 Aug 2013   #1
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Web servers are hackers’ target of choice

Once the province of Windows XP, Web servers are hackers’ target of choice

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In a pattern that has played out repeatedly over the past year or two, researchers in the past two days have reported a string of ongoing attacks that take control of Web servers by exploiting critical vulnerabilities in Apache software, Joomla, and other applications used to deliver content and programs online.

The vulnerabilities in both the Apache Struts framework and the Joomla content management system have been fixed recently, but attackers continue to exploit the flaws on servers that have yet to install the updates, according to research published in the past two days. The attacks can have severe consequences for the websites that use the older versions, since the exploits make it possible to execute malicious code that can pilfer confidential customer data, mount malware attacks on visitors, and install applications that give attackers persistent backdoor access to some of a server's most sensitive resources.
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