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Unknown Visitor Access : Edu.jar - Leh.jar - Set.jar : Is this a malware !

Discussion in 'Security' started by Thindson, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. Thindson

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    :confused: Today i found a visitor (ip : 109.73.65.188) visited my site with unknown Files : Edu.jar , Leh.jar , Set.jar & a image file with path /img/logo.png. But there is no such files in Cpanel file manager.

    Latest Visitors Section also shows their sizes & status (302 - found)

    [table="width: 500, class: outer_border"]

    IP
    URL
    TIME
    Size (Byte)
    Status

    109.73.65.188
    /Set.jar
    8/30/12 8:21 PM
    215
    302 (Found)

    109.73.65.188
    /Leh.jar
    8/30/12 8:21 PM
    215
    302 (Found)

    109.73.65.188
    /Edu.jar
    8/30/12 8:20 PM
    215
    302 (Found)

    109.73.65.188
    /img/logo.png
    8/30/12 7:26 PM
    217
    302 (Found)

    [/table]

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    Tell me Guys, What is this ?? Is it malware activity or any threats !!!
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    Re: Unknown Visitor Access : Edu.jar - Leh.jar - Set.jar : Is this a malwar

    Hello :)

    This often happens when an individual or application is "scanning" your website for exploits. The objective is to look for those files on multiple websites in order to find an insecure script so that it can be exploited. The best thing you can do is block the offending IP address through your firewall. It's also possible that a user simply attempted to access files on the wrong domain name by mistake. While your post does not indicate any immediate security threat, it's always a good idea to consult with a qualified system administrator.

    Thank you.
     
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