New version of DIY Google Dorks based mass website hacking tool spotted in the wild

Originally posted on Webroot Threat Blog - Internet Security Threat Updates from Around the World:

By Dancho Danchev

Need a compelling reason to perform search engine reconnaissance on your website, for the purpose of securing it against eventual compromise? We’re about to give you a good one.

A new version of a well known mass website hacking tool has been recently released, empowering virtually anyone who buys it with the capability to efficiently build “hit lists” of remotely exploitable websites for the purpose of abusing them in a malicious or fraudulent fashion. Relying on Google Dorks for performing search engine reconnaissance, the tool has built-in SQL injecting options, the ability to add custom exploits, a proxy aggregation function so that no CAPTCHA challenge is ever displayed to the attacker, and other related features currently under development.

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