Malicious JavaScript Code,

Jan 27, 2006

AIUI, it was not all that long ago when the threat to personal users,
was attachments that when executed compromised machines with keyloggers,
trojans, etc.

Now it seems that the big problem is reading a webpage or an HTML e-mail
and getting affected through the scripting. My understanding is that
the script downloads the malicious program from the web and sets it to
run on start up through the start-up folder or in the registry.

I don't know much about this; can someone suggest a good web site to
start learning a bit more about these threats. I have googled, but I am
not quire sure of the best search terms, and since there is so much
information out there, a site that experienced people endorse would be a
lot of help.

In particular, it seems as if JavaScript dowloading a trojran without
the user clicking an attachment is a big problem.

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Malicious Code Inserted Into Multiple Pages

Mar 5, 2010

So today I have discovered some malicious JavaScript code inserted into a bunch of my pages on a webserver. Access to these pages through FTP is granted to 3 people, myself, my boss, and a contract programmer. Unfortunately, the FTP server wasn't set to log, so I can't tell for sure if it was the programmer, but my assumption and suspicion is that it was him.

This code was inserted at the bottom of multiple pages. I can't make heads or tails of it, but it cannot be good, whatever it is. When I view the page that it was on, I noticed the web browser connecting to [url]. Browsing to this page takes you to some foreign hosting site. Googling superseasilver.ru only provides a page that has this address listed in a blacklist.


Code below:

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I am currently using eval() because it not only can handle all the standard mathematical functions, but also gives them access to the Math object. That way the users can use functions such as Math.max() and everything else.

I realize, though, that using eval is evil, I assume because a malicious user might throw in some more damaging javascript that would be run without checking it. (That's why eval is evil, right?)

Is there a way that I can allow my users to construct complex mathematical formulas and use the Math object (or an equivalent) without potentially opening my site up to harm?

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This article was just published on [URL].. As I read it this is about a new twist to an old issue. (see excerpts below) 1 - I thought JavaScript was in a "sandbox" and prevented inappropriate access to the local machine. Is this no longer true?

2 - More to the point: Can or are any modifications to JavaScript be done by the JavaScript development team... who ever that is (Oracle?)... to fix what ever JavaScript vulnerabilities are being exploited?

3 - Are there other defenses for the client machine other than those mentioned in the excerpt below? (Turn off JavaScript in their browsers, etc.) 4 - If there is no vigorous response to this by the JavaScript development team how can we continue to create apps with JavaScript as such will encourage people to simply turn off java script in their browsers and that will encourage other web developers to simply not use JavaScript on their sites.

5 - Is Oracle the "owner" or "keeper" of javascript? I looked on the Oracle Forums and saw no forum for javascript. If not Oracle who is addressing issues like these?

Article Excerpts: More recently still, the spammers started embedding the JavaScript inside the HTML file (rather than as a simple file attachment), to spread the horrible Zeus banking Trojan.

"So yes, a seemingly innocent HTML email attachment can do plenty of damage, and while quite stealthy, definitely not harmless," concludes Barracuda Labs' researcher, Dave Michmerhuizen. The only defenses against this sort of attack are either for it to be filtered at the gateway so it never reaches the user, or for the user to disable JavaScript in their browser. Security software on the PC might catch the exploit.End Excerpt.

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Now I want to record the click information into an access database.
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My current solution is use window.open in javascript and in the open
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Therefore does anyone have some code that I could copy that will work
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This works good for a dynamically including the files. But, in my case
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I need to run a script on the server that could take a very long time.

So what I was thinking is mixing both JavaScript and PHP
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So, you may have some code that you want to generate that looks like this:

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Then there is a section that goes into the Head of the document that requires no changes.

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Here is my code:

function fillcap(){
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<option value="3">#10</option>
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<option value="5">#6</option>
<option value="6">#4</option>
<option value="7">#3</option>
<option value="8">#2</option>
<option value="9">#1</option>
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<option value="20">2/0</option>
<option value="30">3/0</option>
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<option value="300">300</option>
<option value="350">350</option>
<option value="400">400</option>
<option value="500">500</option>
<option value="600">600</option>
<option value="700">700</option>
<option value="750">750</option>
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<option value="2.5">2-1/2</option>
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or

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If you know of , or have, or can develop the code, please send particulars
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I works fine if I place an alert() statement after the HTML is created, but when I remove, the code errors out.

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Here is the code:

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var x;
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