Malicious domain


An open-source package that attempts to access a known malicious domain refers to a software component or library that is publicly available and distributed under an open-source license, but contains code designed to communicate with internet domains known to be associated with malicious activities or threats to cybersecurity.


Open-source packages attempting to access known malicious domains pose significant risks to the privacy, security, and integrity of users' systems and data. Such communication may result in unauthorized access to sensitive information, compromise of user credentials, installation of malware, or exploitation of software vulnerabilities.


Remove the package from your dependencies list, disconnect affected devices from the network and report the incident to the relevant authorities in your organization.