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One easy way to inject malicious code in any Node.js application

  • One easy way to inject malicious code in any Node.js application
  • the module is a core module, so a precompiled version is returned.
  • Hijacking the require chain is not common, but there are still quite a few modules that use this strategy.
  • “external module”: a module downloaded from a registry such as NPM.
  • The secret key given to the `sign` function is intercepted by the malicious module and printed to the console.

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One easy way to inject malicious code in any Node.js application

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