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Email addressmike at datanerds.net
First Active1999-11-08
Last Active2014-04-09
Heartbleed User Session Extraction
Posted Apr 9, 2014
Authored by Michael Davis, Jared Stafford

This python script is a modification of the heartbleed proof of concept exploit that looks for cookies, specifically user sessions.

tags | exploit, proof of concept, python
advisories | CVE-2014-0160
MD5 | ce6a28cb9739e1a5ecedc0b40a7b3f7a
DAY_1_-_Michael_Davis_-_Client_Honeypots.pdf
Posted Oct 9, 2006
Authored by Michael Davis | Site conference.hitb.org

HITBSecConf2006 Presentation - Client Honeypots - Its Not Only The Network.

MD5 | 97f2572802476d3b72b6c4121dad603d
snort-1.7-win32-static.zip
Posted Feb 12, 2001
Authored by Michael Davis | Site datanerds.net

Snort 1.7 for Windows - This is a working port of Snort to Windows NT/2000/9x.

Changes: Complete rewrite of snort port, -s to send alerts/logs to a remote syslog server; -E for eventlog; -W to list available interfaces, and some logging bugfixes. Also, this release is not 1.7 exactly, but is a CVS from 2 days ago. This means it includes the Spade fixes and any other bug fixes that were in the CVS version. Source available here.
tags | tool, sniffer
systems | windows, nt
MD5 | 79d65d8a44223600c2b76ed8a3087b14
snort-1.6.2.2-win32-static.zip
Posted Jul 12, 2000
Authored by Michael Davis | Site datanerds.net

Snort 1.6.2.2 ported to Windows - This is a working port of Snort to Windows NT/2000/9x. Changes include interface names, filenames, and syslog changes. Source available here.

tags | tool, sniffer
systems | windows, nt
MD5 | 692a20c9839f6e39c333781669a3effb
snort-1.6-win32-static.zip
Posted Jun 9, 2000
Authored by Michael Davis | Site datanerds.net

Snort 1.6 ported to Windows - This is a working port of Snort to Windows NT/2000/9x. (Includes source and binaries). Changes include interface names, filenames, syslog changes.

tags | tool, sniffer
systems | windows, nt
MD5 | 88c6626528e3b4ad74e5485ef570b7dc
imail.txt
Posted Nov 8, 1999
Authored by Michael Davis

Due to improper bounds checking in Ipswitch's IMAIL POP3 server, a buffer overflow occurs when a lengthy username is sent (via "USER <200-500 character username>"). It has been tested this on version 5.07, 5.05, and 5.06. DoS exploit included.

tags | exploit, overflow
MD5 | 6613e6ce6fc170ea5c94118403ba92fd
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