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Last Active2006-08-30
Linux_PerProcess_Syscall_Hooking.txt
Posted Aug 30, 2006
Authored by Pluf

This document describes a new syscall hooking technique for Linux systems and exposes how it can be implemented as part of a virus or a backdoor in order to take full control over an userland application. Although there are some well- known methods for hooking functions, they are mostly based on the ELF format itself. This technique is focused on those pieces of code that are externally called by the main program and invoke a system call or system service.

tags | paper, virus
systems | linux
MD5 | d7043a2e2b7aebb9373587991b8bf8e7
7a69-PUP.txt
Posted Mar 31, 2006
Authored by Pluf

Pitbull is an example of a system that takes advantage of a process address space in order to execute ELF binaries. It is primarily useful for building post-exploitation frameworks and rootkits.

tags | paper
MD5 | c55cd694fbc69acf4bb825458c045602
7a69ezine Advisory 23
Posted Apr 18, 2005
Authored by Pluf, 7a69ezine | Site 7a69ezine.org

Various Java development kits all suffer from a jar tool directory traversal vulnerability.

tags | advisory, java
MD5 | 963ab2e48ca9b121d351a390b0764ed2
libvg-0.3.0.tar.gz
Posted Jan 7, 2005
Authored by Pluf | Site 7a69ezine.org

First public released of libvg, a runtime process manipulation library. Libvg was designed to provide a powerful and portable interface for writing non-complex programs that can get or change information of processes on the system.

tags | library
MD5 | 2407fff41b5a7aff53f95f2d638ca9b7
elfdoctor.c
Posted Sep 6, 2003
Authored by Pluf

Scanner to look up infection techniques that can be used in ELF modules. Includes function hijacking, relocation files, etc. Runs on linux 2.4.X.

systems | linux
MD5 | db05d4c0327d757747a9d31ff7f6a0ac
plushs-1.0.tar.gz
Posted Jun 3, 2002
Authored by Pluf | Site plushs.sourceforge.net

PluSHS allows a user to resolve the names of a single IP address or entire network of addresses to maintain a "map" of the names that comprise a certain network.

tags | tool, scanner
systems | unix
MD5 | 064be0c57d85be24c358fa9ca0abac81
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