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CAPEC-442: Malicious Logic Inserted Into To Product Software

 
Malicious Logic Inserted Into To Product Software
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Attack Pattern ID: 442
Abstraction: Standard
Status: Draft
Completeness: Hook
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+ Summary

An attacker inserts malicious logic into software, typically in the form of a traditional virus or trojan backdoor.

+ Examples-Instances

Description

A USB Memory stick has malicious logic inserted before shipping of the product allowing for infection of the host machine once inserted into the USB port.

Description

In 2007, approximately 1800 of Seagate's Maxtor Personal Storage 3200 drives were built under contract with an outside manufacturer and contained a virus that stole user passwords.

+ Content History
Submissions
SubmitterOrganizationDateSource
CAPEC Content TeamThe MITRE Corporation2014-06-23Internal_CAPEC_Team
Modifications
ModifierOrganizationDateCommentsSource
CAPEC Content TeamThe MITRE Corporation2015-11-09Updated Description Summary, Examples-Instances, References, Related_Attack_PatternsInternal
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2015-11-09Malicious Logic Inserted Into Product Software

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