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Files Date: 2000-05-03

iss.00-05-03.quake3
Posted May 3, 2000
Site xforce.iss.net

ISS Security Advisory - Internet Security Systems (ISS) has identified a vulnerability in id Software's Quake3Arena that could allow an attacker to read or write files on a computer that has the software installed. This vulnerability is important to network administrators who may be unaware that users are accessing potentially malicious Quake3Arena servers outside their network.

MD5 | f4f7975c86b3ba8ab6fda7103a4c1b34
coopersniff01.zip
Posted May 3, 2000
Authored by Brett Cooper | Site www4.50megs.com

NT Sniffer 0.01 - For NT4.0 includes a packet driver. Sniffs packets from networks and displays full information for: Ethernet, IP, TCP (data also), and UDP.

tags | tool, udp, sniffer, tcp
MD5 | fa402a028be4dbbef0c5c1d5d6d5ec81
agents.txt
Posted May 3, 2000
Authored by Lenny Zeltser | Site zeltser.com

The Evolution of Malicious Agents. This paper examines the evolution of malicious agents by analyzing features and limitations of popular viruses, worms, and trojans, detailing the possibility of a new breed of malicious agents currently being developed on the Internet.

tags | paper, worm, trojan
MD5 | badaef580cc6781fc436d7fe02f5cce9
SPJ-003-000.txt
Posted May 3, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, FuSyS | Site s0ftpj.org

s0ftpr0ject Security Advisory 003-000: Remotely Exploitable Buffer Overflow in Sniffit. Possibly all systems running Sniffit (0.3.7beta and all versions logging mail headers). Successful attacks depend on being able to craft shellcodes so they can bypass input filter.

tags | overflow, shellcode
MD5 | c5083dca3fe64f7ab0a77d6906a7e0b4
exman.c
Posted May 3, 2000
Authored by teso | Site team-teso.net

exman.c is a new man exploit.

MD5 | 190e272b5cffd235e97cc106a133a6de
outp.c
Posted May 3, 2000
Authored by teso | Site team-teso.net

outp.c will convert .s files to shell code.

tags | shell
MD5 | 458d6225aba406f32950ba38ff61d7f8
RFParalyze.txt
Posted May 3, 2000
Authored by rain forest puppy, Evan Brewer

Through a netbios session request packet with a NULL source name, Windows 9[5,8] show a number of odd responses. Everything from lockups, reboots and "the blue screen of death", to total loss of network connectivity. Source code included. Reverse engineered from a binary exploit already in use.

tags | exploit
systems | windows
MD5 | afd8c701cbf04d7eb15f97b7514bf03a
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