Unknown attackers are trying to exploit a vulnerability in dnaLIMS, a Web based bioinformatics laboratory information management system, to implant a bind shell into the underlying web server. Researcher Ankit Anubhav first noticed the attacks on June 12 and they are apparently still going on. About dnaLIMS DnaLIMS is developed by Colorado-based dnaTools. It provides software tools for processing and managing DNA sequencing requests. These tools use browsers to access a UNIX-based web server on … More
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