Last Updated on 08/26/2020 by OTC
The Magento 1 EOL date has already passed, however it’s evident that a large number of websites will continue to use it for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, attackers are also aware that many websites are straggling with their Magento migrations and post compromise tools have been created to support deployment for both Magento 1.x and 2.x versions, making it easier for them to exploit a larger number of sites.
Malicious Forbidden Activity
During a recent investigation, our team came across a tool aptly named Forbidden.
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