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Files Date: 2000-01-31

Posted Jan 31, 2000
Site wwdsi.com

SAINT is the Security Administrator's Integrated Network Tool. It gathers as much information about remote hosts and networks as possible by examining all network services and potential security flaws. The collected data can then be analyzed using a simple rules-based system (or via other included interfaces). In Exploratory Mode, SAINT will examine the avenues of trust and dependency and iterate further data collection runs over secondary hosts.

tags | tool, remote, scanner
systems | unix
MD5 | f62fab9874132044415f01ad0557dee9
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by G | Site hoobie.net

Brutus AET2 obtains username / password pairs using simple dictionary attack. Uses the following protocols: Pop3, ftp, imap, telnet, web server passwords, routers, and switches, and custom scripting to brute force anything. Features Multi-stage authentication engine, Single User mode cracking, Multiple User mode cracking, Full brute-force capability, Up to 60 simultaneous connections, Save and Continue Session, Auto-backup session, Import and Export Custom authentication types, Word list processing/generation, SOCKS proxy support and HTML Form analysis.

tags | web, imap, protocol
MD5 | 1e40a2f8de389bb662f8322e05f28c6d
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by Hugo Haas | Site via.ecp.fr

ippl is a configurable IP protocols logger. It currently logs incoming ICMP messages, TCP connections and UDP datagrams. It is configured with Apache-like rules and has a built-in DNS cache. It is aimed to replace iplogger.

Changes: Completely rewritten to use libpcap. Various changes including IP options, updated man page & ippl.conf, message repetition. Display bug, pidfile.c, and disabled threads on loopback bugs fixed.
tags | udp, tcp, system logging, protocol
systems | unix
MD5 | f9e8947bb119a6e0a3ee0892a33a4393
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by Damien Miller | Site openssh.com

This is a Linux port of OpenBSD's excellent OpenSSH. OpenSSH is based on the last free version of Tatu Ylonen's SSH with all patent-encumbered algorithms removed, all known security bugs fixed, new features reintroduced, and many other clean-ups.

Changes: First stable release for Linux / Unix.
tags | encryption
systems | linux, openbsd
MD5 | 4eccb907bf7bd6368300dc23b20dc8c2
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by Skirkham

Exploit for Cobalt Raq2 Server. Requires Site Administrator access to one of the accounts on the server.

tags | exploit
MD5 | 3432696a228bd51795c33223d2d537b2
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by The Schmoo Group | Site schmoo.com

Osirus file integrity checker, Unix version. Osiris catalogs specified directories of files, including MD5 hashes, modification dates, and file attributes into a specified database and/or to STDOUT as directed. The second program, scale, compares two such databases against each other. It will output, either to a file or STDOUT, any differences it finds between the two catalogs including missing or additional files, differing MD5 hashes, modification dates, and file attributes. Together, the two programs give an administrator the tools to follow changes in files on a server or workstation. This keeps an administrator apprised of possible attacks and/or nasty little trojans.

Changes: The new version has a 50% increase in speed due to code optimization. 1.2.0 logs all SUID/SGID files and notes any changes in SUID/SGID status from previous indices. A few miscellaneous flags have been added to make Osiris cron-friendly.
tags | tool, trojan, integrity
systems | unix
MD5 | 137dd92388d5a32ec5cdc43590734794
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by Neeko

Fake shellcode generator, ala apache.c.

tags | shellcode
systems | unix
MD5 | bfd19f1827d6472dee858060d7035237
Posted Jan 31, 2000
Authored by napalm | Site napalm.firest0rm.org

Napalm Magazine issue #3 - HERF Guns, AI Security, C++ (Jan 31, 2000).

tags | magazine
MD5 | 427457de78989ce52d7d09fc59642165
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