Malicious Code Digest 8

Xygeni Malicious Code Digest 8

This week, we confirmed over 10 packages flagged as malicious among the thousands of analyzed new packages and updates published in the open-source package registries. 

Xygeni Malicious Code Digest

In the latest Xygeni Malicious Code Digest, we have highlighted over 10 malicious packages that infiltrated the most common registries. This breach reveals a significant vulnerability within the software supply chain ecosystem.

Total of Maliocus NPM Packages Detected

🚨 (pypi) nt4PAdyP3:0.0.2
🚨 (pypi) importlib-metadate:99.99
🚨 (pypi) importlib-metadate:99.9
🚨 (npm) wordpress-theme-core:0.0.1
🚨 (npm) tyk-developer-portal:1.0.0
🚨 (npm) storefront-h5-sdk:1.0.0
🚨 (npm) flormar-global:1.0.0
🚨 (npm) ej2-client-node:1.0.0
🚨 (npm) comet-chat-react-ui-kit:1.0.3
🚨 (npm) @wdpx-catalogs/data-asset-previewer:8.0.115
🚨 (npm) @wdpx-catalogs/common-ui-components:5.0.10
🚨 (npm) elitebots-prevnames-discord:1.0.6

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