EvoMalware, shell script to detect infected websites.
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#!/bin/bash
# EvoMalware, script to detect infected websites.
# You can set aggressive to true to search for suspicions scripts.
aggressive=false
# Path to search for.
wwwpath=/home
# URL to download patterns and filenames.
databaseURL="http://antispam00.evolix.org/evomalware"
databasePATH=/var/lib/evomalware
whitelistLocal="${databasePATH}/evomalware.whitelist.local"
# Tools.
find="ionice -c3 find -O3"
grep="nice -n 19 grep"
wc="nice -n 19 wc"
wget="wget -q -t 3"
md5sum="md5sum --status -c"
# Various.
fileslist=$(mktemp)
tmpPATH=/tmp/evomalware.tmp
trap "rm -rf $fileslist $tmpPATH" EXIT
usage() {
cat<<EOT
$0 to search for known malwares.
$0 --aggressive to include suspicions scripts.
EOT
exit 1
}
if [[ "$1" == "--aggressive" ]]; then
aggressive=true
fi
if [[ -n "$1" && "$1" != "--aggressive" ]]; then
usage
fi
# Download last patterns and filenames.
mkdir -p $databasePATH
mkdir -p $tmpPATH
cd $tmpPATH
[ -f $whitelistLocal ] || touch $whitelistLocal
for file in evomalware.filenames evomalware.patterns evomalware.whitelist evomalware.suspect; do
$wget ${databaseURL}/${file}
$wget ${databaseURL}/${file}.md5
if $md5sum ${file}.md5; then
cp $file ${databasePATH}/
else
echo "Error with ${databaseURL}/${file}, wrong md5sum!"
exit 1
fi
done
filenames=$(cat ${databasePATH}/evomalware.filenames | tr -d '\n')
patterns=$(cat ${databasePATH}/evomalware.patterns | tr -d '\n')
whitelist=$(cat ${databasePATH}/evomalware.whitelist $whitelistLocal | tr -d '\n')
suspect=$(cat ${databasePATH}/evomalware.suspect | tr -d '\n')
# Search for .php and .js files (less than 1M).
find $wwwpath -name evobackup -prune \
-o \( -type f ! -size +1M -name "*.php" \) \
-o \( -type f ! -size +1M -name "*.js" \) \
| grep -E -v "$whitelist" > $fileslist 2>/dev/null
while read file; do
# Search known filenames.
if [[ "$file" =~ $filenames ]]; then
echo "Known malware: $file"
# Search .php files in WP's wp-content/uploads/
elif [[ "$file" =~ "wp-content/uploads/" ]]; then
echo "PHP file in a non-PHP folder detected: $file"
# Count the length of the longest line and search if suspect php functions are used.
elif [[ $($wc -L "$file" 2>/dev/null | cut -d' ' -f1) -gt 10000 ]]; then
grep -q -E "$suspect" "$file"
if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then
# Don't suspect "one line" .js file due to common minification.
if [[ ! "$file" =~ .js$ ]]; then
echo "Suspect file! More than 10000 characters in one line (and suspect PHP functions): $file."
fi
fi
else
# Search for patterns.
$grep -H -E -r -l -q "$patterns" "$file" 2>/dev/null
if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then
echo "Contains a known malware pattern: $file"
fi
fi
done < $fileslist
# Search for suspicious scripts... Only when in aggressive mode.
if ( $aggressive ); then
cd $wwwpath
$find . -name javascript.php
$find . -name bp.pl
$find . -name tn.php
$find . -name tn.php3
$find . -name tn.phtml
$find . -name tn.txt
$find . -name xm.php
$find . -name logs.php
$find . -type f -name "*.php" -exec sh -c 'cat {} | awk "{ print NF}" | sort -n | tail -1 | tr -d '\\\\n' && echo " : {}"' \; | sort -n | tail -10
$find . -type f -name "*.php" -exec sh -c 'cat {} | awk -Fx "{ print NF}" | sort -n | tail -1 | tr -d '\\\\n' && echo " : {}"' \; | sort -n | tail -10
$grep -r 'ini_set(chr' .
$grep -r 'eval(base64_decode($_POST' .
$grep -r 'eval(gzinflate(' .
$grep -r 'ini_set(.mail.add_x_header' .
$grep -r '@require' .
$grep -r '@ini_set' .
$grep -ri 'error_reporting(0' .
$grep -r base64_decode .
$grep -r codeeclipse .
$grep -r 'eval(' .
$grep -r '\x..\x..' .
$grep -r 'chr(rand(' .
fi