ARP Spoofing Used to Insert Malicious Adverts [source: alienvault]
Recently we came across a new variant of the malware ServStart. ServStart is primarily used by attackers located in China, in a mix of targeted and opportunistic attacks. The attackers are hosting the ServStart malware on a file server that is open for anyone to view.
A report from 2014 for an attack involving CVE-2014-6332 describes how an attacker might use zxarps well:
“This malware performs ARP spoofing on the network to cause other systems to route their traffic through the infected system, and inject a malicious IFRAME into webpages.”
The ARP spoofing attack can work in both directions. If a web-host is compromised, zxarps can be used to insert malicious code into other sites on the same web-host. A report from way back in 2009 describes attacks that operated this way:
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