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Last Active2000-06-21
argo1002.pl
Posted Jun 21, 2000
Authored by Chopsui-cide | Site midgets.box.sk

This will cause Argosoft Mail Server 1.0.0.2 to page fault if the finger daemon is running.

tags | exploit
MD5 | 424bc54d913d11b5fae630a76ad514a2
imesh102.pl
Posted Jun 21, 2000
Authored by Chopsui-cide | Site midgets.box.sk

A buffer overflow exists in iMesh 1.02 that allows the execution of arbitrary code. When the iMesh client connects to a server, the server is able to exploit the vulnerability and execute arbitrary code on the system the client is running on.

tags | exploit, overflow, arbitrary
MD5 | b14dbe3ed4e33e2ceffeba4c63ba7770
sftp02b.c
Posted Apr 28, 2000
Authored by Chopsui-cide | Site midgets.box.sk

Smart FTP v0.2 Beta denial of service.

tags | exploit, denial of service
MD5 | 2b412e4c038fbd930e061707c11085db
cgimail.txt
Posted Apr 20, 2000
Authored by Chopsui-cide

Anyone who can execute CGIMailer (anyone who can use the forms that use CGIMailer) can specify what configuration file to use and this can be any file on the system CGIMailer is running on. This allows for the existance of private files to be detected. There are more dangerous implications though: this vulnerability could possibly be exploited to obtain private files from the target system. If there is an FTP server running on the target system on which an attacker has upload priviledges, he/she could upload a malicious configuration file, and then run it using CGIMailer. Configuration files can be used to send files to the attacker via e-mail (among other things).

tags | exploit
MD5 | f7de5eda40daf04436bf842b5da50d4e
mailform.txt
Posted Apr 7, 2000
Authored by Chopsui-cide | Site midgets.box.sk

MailForm v1.91 for Windows 95 and NT 4.0 allows potentially dangerous parameters to be specified by anyone who can execute it. The web interface allows remote users to execute arbitrary commands. Exploit code included.

tags | exploit, remote, web, arbitrary
systems | windows, 9x
MD5 | 4b3fb51c03bea99a8e748d3b763f7e34
sps3.c
Posted Mar 4, 2000
Authored by Chopsui-cide | Site midgets.box.sk

sps3.c - Spaghetti Proxy Server 3.0 DoS attack. It does not appear as though arbitrary code could be execute using this vulnerability.

tags | exploit, arbitrary
MD5 | 9e650d8949757a5298f8ab4dc6401c87
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