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CS-2002-04
Posted Nov 30, 2002
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CERT Quarterly Summary CS-2002-04 - Popular vulnerabilities being exploited by attackers these days include an Apache/mod_ssl worm, OpenSSL bugs, Trojan horse sendmail, libpcap, and tcpdump, multiple BIND bugs, and a heap overflow in Microsoft MDAC.

tags | worm, overflow, trojan, vulnerability
MD5 | b577896ae5b0e164f58fb07ec0cc609e
CS-2002-03
Posted Aug 31, 2002
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CERT Quarterly Summary CS-2002-03 - Popular vulnerabilities being exploited by attackers these days include multiple Apache chunked encoding bug, and more.

tags | vulnerability
MD5 | cdd88fe75408ba5c8faaa0769102f8bc
CS-2002-02
Posted May 29, 2002
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CERT Quarterly Summary CS-2002-02 - Recent attack trends include exploitation of vulnerabilities in Microsoft SQL Server, Buffer Overflow in Microsoft's MSN Chat ActiveX Control, Heap Overflow in Cachefs Daemon (cachefsd), IIS, Oracle, and more.

tags | overflow, vulnerability, activex
MD5 | a4128a42b18994cc6abd8c451be8bde4
CS-2001-02
Posted May 30, 2001
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CERT Quarterly Summary for May, 2001. Since the last regularly scheduled CERT summary, issued in February 2001 (CS-2001-01), we have seen a significant increase in reconnaissance activity, a number of self-propagating worms, and active exploitation of vulnerabilities in snmpxdmid, BIND and IIS by intruders.

tags | worm, vulnerability
MD5 | 5d87c650c2e77430cb65ed75827a652b
CS-2001-01
Posted Mar 2, 2001
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CERT Quarterly Summary for February, 2001 - Since the last regularly scheduled CERT summary, issued in November 2000, bugs in BIND TSIG and LPRng have began to be used on a large scale, while rpc.statd and FTPD continue to be exploited. A new Vulnerability Notes database has been started.

MD5 | 83b43e0d6ffffc28225f902fd4241ff6
CS-2000-04
Posted Dec 3, 2000
Site cert.org

CERT Quarterly Summary for November, 2000 - Since the last regularly scheduled CERT summary, issued in August (CS-2000-03), we have seen continued compromises via rpc.statd and FTPd. We have also seen a number of sites compromised by exploiting a vulnerability in the IRIX telnet daemon. Notable virus activity includes the Loveletter.as worm and the QAZ worm.

tags | worm, virus
systems | irix
MD5 | 2e5e1d522b7b4f9b03089a3a4d5bd060
CS-2000-03
Posted Aug 28, 2000
Site cert.org

This is the CERT quarterly summary which focuses on the types of attacks reported to their incident response team, as well as other noteworthy incident and vulnerability information. This quarter CERT focuses on the input validation vulnerability in rpc.statd, multiple vulnerabilities in FTP daemons, ActiveX control vulnerabilities, exploitation of hidden file extensions, the Outlook and Outlook Express cache bypass vulnerability, chat clients and network security

tags | vulnerability, activex, bypass
MD5 | d07e3eb6bb3464eb67a72ca1f0ba05fb
CS-2000-02
Posted Jun 1, 2000

CERT Quarterly Hacker Activity Summary CS-2000-02 - The BIND "NXT bug" continues to be exploited every day. Kerberos services are a new popular remote root target. Many denial of service packet flood attacks are now being bounced off of nameservers. CERT keeps track of current hacker activity here.

tags | remote, denial of service, root
MD5 | 7905a112b9db9fcd9bccf2537222638c
CS-2000-01
Posted Mar 1, 2000
Site cert.org

CERT Quarterly Attack Summary - Currently being actively exploited on the internet are remote BIND vulnerabilities, Vixie Cron, WU-FTPD 2.5, RPC services and Malicious HTML Tags Embedded in Client Web Requests.

tags | remote, web, vulnerability
MD5 | acdb57dc33435ce4b870c5a948d498e7
CS-99-05
Posted Dec 18, 1999

CERT Quarterly Summary #5 - Currently exploited vulnerabilities include am-utils package and RPC vulnerabilities. Also has Y2K/security Information sources.

tags | vulnerability
MD5 | 18b752246fcf709a8d0934a15d95f5a8
CS-99.04
Posted Nov 24, 1999

Each quarter, the CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) issues the CERT summary to draw attention to the types of attacks reported to our incident response team. This quarter, the most popular attacks are Distributed DoS tools, Distributed Sniffer for Linux, CDE Vulnerabilities, BIND Vulnerabilities, WU-FTPD Vulnerabilities, AMD Vulnerabilities, RPC Vulnerabilities, and virus / trojan activity.

tags | trojan, vulnerability, virus
systems | linux
MD5 | 46b98d74a5ddc6778c530604c4ecda3f
01-README
Posted Sep 23, 1999

01-README

MD5 | 42ffdfeff57918615129ab1d689d94de
CS-95:01
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-95:01

MD5 | f46fe02969b17ba3b94a07a153016284
CS-95:02
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-95:02

MD5 | 767180dd89050e31a62aa307e9ea74f7
CS-95:03
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-95:03

MD5 | 8af9da580549afacac043985d8e5417e
CS-96.01
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-96.01

MD5 | a652a79062d554220423fa40f2a96cdc
CS-96.02
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-96.02

MD5 | 860445185cb670402d065cb1af81277d
CS-96.03
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-96.03

MD5 | 85b4bfc043eba052a28236cc9a2834fb
CS-96.04
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-96.04

MD5 | 6bf48cd489c2f4bd4b6588f9089333ce
CS-96.05
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-96.05

MD5 | 8271680a21906d00098eb2d007e74c68
CS-96.06
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-96.06

MD5 | f82fcd8bbd6cff30a2bb8fadb5b319c2
CS-97.01
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-97.01

MD5 | d5eeedb557316a91732911dbb8faff96
CS-97.02
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-97.02

MD5 | b461bda96ec8dabb79584e9792604a3d
CS-97.03
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-97.03

MD5 | 8dee96493e680db4a4bd4747bb9cc4f0
CS-97.04
Posted Sep 23, 1999

CS-97.04

MD5 | a373b2222b01e870d626b84c250af897
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