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tcp2.htm
Posted Sep 1, 2000
Authored by Erik Iverson | Site dragonmount.net

Dragonmount Networks has released Part 2 of a multipart series on the Transmission Control Protocol. This installment looks at how to use tools provided with your operating system to see TCP and related protocols in action. It also describes the flow of data between machines at multiple levels during simple network operations.

tags | tcp, protocol
MD5 | 8090ee7c1153a1f8f3b9ee09ecfe3f86
mtdecrypt.zip
Posted Mar 2, 2000
Authored by Erik Iverson | Site dragonmount.net

Decrypt Maus Trap passwords, a Win9x desktop lock down tool. Source included.

systems | windows
MD5 | d64a26549b76d0afe2235f80762f91a5
decrypt.zip
Posted Feb 15, 2000
Authored by Erik Iverson | Site dragonmount.net

Dragonmount Networks has broken the weak encryption used on Sybergen Secure Desktop passwords. This windows app will display the password.

systems | windows
MD5 | eff76809f8ccc519eb68de93bd173121
part1.htm
Posted Dec 14, 1999
Authored by Erik Iverson | Site dragonmount.net

Dragonmount Networks has released Part 1 of Using Lookout, which gives an overview of how the Lookout program can be used to quickly test servers for the presence of buffer overflows by taking you through a routine example.

tags | overflow
MD5 | 2f10e44a8c7ffcff85f05194d5d08b27
dna-1999-002.htm
Posted Dec 13, 1999
Authored by Erik Iverson | Site dragonmount.net

Dragonmount Networks Advisory - DNA1999-002 Fictional Daemon (an FTP and telnet server) contains several security problems including possible DOS attacks, probably remote execution of code, and poor logging practices. In addition, any user with write permission can retrieve or delete any file on the system, even above the root directory.

tags | remote, root
MD5 | 3a3e9fa343f2f073618efe2afd019522
lookout-1.2.zip
Posted Dec 3, 1999
Authored by Jeremy Iverson

Lookout version 1.2 is a Windows tool which sends raw data over a tcp connection, allowing the inspection of protocols and the testing of buffers. Lookout connects to a foreign host's port and allows you to communicate with the host. Alternatively, Lookout can listen on a port and wait for another host to connect. Once connected, you can send raw data (including an option for a variable-length string) to the remote host.

Changes: Minor bug fixes, including a fix to allow 5 digit port numbers. Screenshot here.
tags | remote, tcp, protocol
systems | windows
MD5 | fded789468a457cda7981a1158bfc1ec
lookout.zip
Posted Nov 23, 1999
Authored by Jeremy Iverson

Lookout version 1.1 is a Windows tool which raw access to data sent over a TCP connection, allowing the inspection of protocols and the testing of buffers. Lookout connects to a foreign host's port and allows you to communicates with the host. Alternatively, Lookout can listen on a port and wait for another host to connect. Once connected, you can send raw data (including an option for a variable-length string) to the remote host. Screenshot here.

tags | remote, tcp, protocol
systems | windows
MD5 | 99c45e1aa31d24b36d37e8c498492844
tcp1.htm
Posted Nov 19, 1999
Authored by Erik Iverson

Dragonmount Networks has released Part 1 of a multipart series on the Transmission Control Protocol. This first discussion is geared towards those new to the Internet who want an overview of the processes involved in client/server communications. A brief history of the Internet, discussion of ports, the 3-way handshake, and SEQ/ACK numbers are all included.

tags | protocol
MD5 | 30cf484e9e9f23be440ae8ad18068b29
dna-1999-001.htm
Posted Nov 15, 1999
Authored by Erik Iverson

Dragonmount Networks Advisory 1999-001 [DNA-1999-001] Intersoft's NetFTP daemon (included with NetTerm) has many insecure options enabled by default, including allowing access to the entire hard drive to everybody. There are also numerous buffer overflow problems, resulting in remote Denial of Service and possible remote execution of code.

tags | remote, denial of service, overflow
MD5 | c7223629b77020242320afda43d02929
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Posted Nov 5, 1999

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MD5 | 399a0f6543367e05157f4c177d6e266c
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