MAL-2024-986

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Import Source
https://github.com/ossf/malicious-packages/blob/main/osv/malicious/npm/@globalsearch/abstraction/MAL-2024-986.json
JSON Data
https://api.osv.dev/v1/vulns/MAL-2024-986
Aliases
  • GHSA-c54m-xx5r-p6wq
Published
2024-02-10T17:10:43Z
Modified
2024-02-13T00:42:30.631091Z
Summary
Malicious code in @globalsearch/abstraction (npm)
Details

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Source: ghsa-malware (c271fedc45bc79b4a8271bea06418a439b10ad445df1c5ea1cc19fcf1dd377a9)

Any computer that has this package installed or running should be considered fully compromised. All secrets and keys stored on that computer should be rotated immediately from a different computer. The package should be removed, but as full control of the computer may have been given to an outside entity, there is no guarantee that removing the package will remove all malicious software resulting from installing it.

Source: ossf-package-analysis (d10c9198c123e9cdf2906e3094969f1e76a3274a02d90f548b5ea0977a0d329c)

The OpenSSF Package Analysis project identified '@globalsearch/abstraction' @ 14.1.4 (npm) as malicious.

It is considered malicious because:

  • The package communicates with a domain associated with malicious activity.
References
Credits

Affected packages

npm / @globalsearch/abstraction

Package

Name
@globalsearch/abstraction
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Purl
pkg:npm/%40globalsearch/abstraction

Affected ranges

Type
SEMVER
Events
Introduced
0Unknown introduced version / All previous versions are affected

Affected versions

14.*

14.1.4

Database specific

{
    "cwes": [
        {
            "description": "The product contains code that appears to be malicious in nature.",
            "cweId": "CWE-506",
            "name": "Embedded Malicious Code"
        }
    ]
}