Round Cube webmail probes spreading rapidly

Thursday, 8 January 2009, 8:03 PM EST

The MSI HoneyPoint Security Server deployment has identified a set of 0-day scans and probes against the Round Cube Webmail system.

The probes are originating from infected Linux systems world wide and appear to be spreading rapidly. Infection of systems via a bot-net client or other form of malware is likely. The extent of compromise is currently unknown, but complete compromise or escalation to complete compromise may be possible.

At the MSI blog.

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