Global CyberSecurity

Konami Code Backdoor Concealed in Image


Published on 02/02/2023 – Last Updated on 02/03/2023 by OTC

Attackers are always looking for new ways to conceal their malware and evade detection, whether it’s through new forms of obfuscation, concatenation, or — in this case — unorthodox use of image file extensions. One of the most common backdoors that we have observed over the last few months has been designed to evade detection by placing the payload in an image file and requiring some additional tricks to unlock it.

In this post we’ll explore how this backdoor works, what sorts of malware we’ve seen in conjunction with it, as well as how to prevent your website from becoming infected.

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