Since launching the project in early January 2021, Page has discovered over 260 vulnerabilities in approximately 105 families of malware, including Trojans, worms, backdoors, downloaders, and ransomware.
The vulnerabilities include issues related to memory corruption, insecure permissions, built-in credentials, authentication bypass, directory traversal, and information disclosure. Some of the problems can be used for DoS attacks, while others allow unauthenticated users to remotely execute arbitrary OS or malware commands.
Page believes that information on Malvuln can be useful to someone, for example, cyber incident response teams can disable malware, etc.
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