Imperva revealed that its customers were attacked more than 75k times, by 295 IPs that run publicly available Redis servers, this means that threat actors are exploiting vulnerable installs to compose their botnet and power a broad range of attacks (SQL injection, cross-site scripting, malicious file uploads, remote code executions, etc).
The “crackit” SSH key in the above table is known to be used at least since 2016 by a known threat actor to spread ransomware and to blackmail the owners of the compromised servers.
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