A malware that strikes at Java HTTP servers and allowsrnattackers to gain control on underlying systems has been spotted by securityrnresearchers of anti-virus vendor Trend Micro Inc.rnUsing…
A malware that strikes at Java HTTP servers and allowsattackers to gain control on underlying systems has been spotted by securityresearchers of anti-virus vendor Trend Micro Inc.
The malware, identified as BKDR-JAVAWAR.JG, comes if theform of a JavaServer Page (JSP) and can only target Java Servlet containerssuch as Apache Tomcat of a Java-based HTTP server, according to Trend Micro.
To protect their servers from the threat, Trend Microadvises administrators to regularly implement security updates issued bysoftware vendors; refrain from visiting unknown websites and bookmark trustedsites. Users are also encouraged to use strong passwords.
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