CISA and FBI Warn Androxgh0st botnet Malware Stealing Credentials and Delivering Payloads
January 18, 2024
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the FBI issued a critical warning today regarding threat actors actively deploying Androxgh0st malware and a cloud-focused botnet. This potent combination targets cloud platform vulnerabilities to steal access credentials and deliver malicious payloads, jeopardizing your organization’s security.
Androxgh0st exploits specific remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities:
  • CVE-2017-9841 (PHPUnit framework)
  • CVE-2021-41773 (Apache HTTP Server)
  • CVE-2018-15133 (Laravel PHP framework)

To mitigate this threat and safeguard your valuable assets, prioritize:

  • Cloud Platform Security Log Monitoring: Continuously monitor security logs from your cloud platforms, particularly IAM (Identity and Access Management) activities, for suspicious behavior. This vigilance can detect unauthorized access attempts before they cause harm.
  • CloudJacketXi and Our SOC – Your Comprehensive Defense: CloudJacketXi, our advanced security solution, empowers you with:
    • Real-time threat detection: Our experts and AI-powered technology constantly scan for Androxgh0st and other emerging threats across your cloud environment.
    • Proactive incident response: We react swiftly to potential security incidents, minimizing damage and ensuring business continuity.
    • Continuous security optimization: We constantly refine your defenses based on the latest intelligence, keeping you ahead of evolving threats.

Don’t wait for a breach to act. Contact SECNAP today and let CloudJacketXi shield your organization with comprehensive cloud security. Complete the form or call 844-638-7328.


  • Patch vulnerable systems promptly.
  • Implement strong authentication and access controls.
  • Invest in robust security solutions like CloudJacketXi.

Act now, stay secure.

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