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tlfaq.htm
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Int 13h | Site TLSecurity.net

FAQ on removing many different trojans. Updated frequently. Archive password is set to p4ssw0rd. Use at your own risk.

tags | trojan
MD5 | 35f0e341307ff5f0f9e77b61902fd98c
ismyasp.pl
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Efrain Torres, lownoise

LoWNOISE - ISMyASP - IIS ASP source code viewer using the ISM.DLL buffer truncation bug.

tags | exploit, asp
MD5 | 74e5c0d4d4d617d23fa8caadb98437f5
allmanage.pl-admin.txt
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by BigHawk

New Vulnerability found in Allmanage. This one gives access to the main admin panel where you can set a lot of options and variables. Websites using Allmanage Website Administration Software 2.6 with the upload ability contain an easily exploited vulnerability wich gives you full add/del/change access in the user-account directories and you can change the files in the main directory of the CGI script.

tags | exploit, cgi, add administrator
MD5 | e378a1dd0306d73efc8d207bba13b00f
ftpexp.c
Posted May 15, 2000

FTP Server (Version 6.2/OpenBSD/Linux-0.10) and 6.3 ?? getwd() overflow. linux exploit, remote penetration. Submitted Anonymously.

tags | exploit, remote, overflow
systems | linux, openbsd
MD5 | fd415bab6d585dac450c4594904e43ca
7350kscd.tar.gz
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by teso | Site team-teso.net

New TESO kscd exploit (cd player is KDE multimedia package)

tags | exploit
MD5 | 26e4111c9742b12583d8696998612cde
BWL-00-01.txt
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Black Watch Labs | Site perfectotech.com

Black Watch Labs Security Advisory #00-01 (Feb 17, 2000) - Search Engines (e.g. AltaVista and InfoSeek) can be used to reveal potential application-level vulnerabilities in indexed web sites. Easily formed queries which incorporate the "signature" of a suspected vulnerability can be used to list the sites which match the signature, that is, which contain the "suspicious" content. In some cases, hundreds of thousands of web sites can be located with one query. Check your site with the Site Checker, available here.

tags | web, vulnerability
MD5 | 9fbfd0d2e0985d6e96184db55903265c
BWL-00-02.txt
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Black Watch Labs | Site perfectotech.com

Black Watch Labs Security Advisory #00-02 (March 6, 2000) - Weak Token in Mail.Com Application Allows Compromise of Arbitrary User's Data. A mail application used by some free mail services employs a weak security scheme. It assigns session-IDs ("tokens") for logged-in users which allow reading of arbitrary users' messages and private information.

tags | arbitrary
MD5 | 5afcf43693f2eba277fc5c2e50a93792
BWL-00-03.txt
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Black Watch Labs | Site perfectotech.com

Black Watch Labs Security Advisory #00-03 (March 21, 2000) - Some Infonautics' applications utilize the getdoc.cgi CGI in such a way that allows attackers to gain (read) access to a document they would otherwise have to pay in order to view. Exploit information included.

tags | cgi
MD5 | c0dd5f36d7ad60f4402a21122192d752
BWL-00-05.txt
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Black Watch Labs | Site perfectotech.com

Black Watch Labs Security Advisory #00-05 (May 5, 2000) - Gossamer Threads DBMan (db.cgi) allows several environment variables to be viewed by the attacker, who can gain useful information on the site, making further attacks more feasible. DBMan dumps useful information (e.g. script location, HTTP root, version of Perl, server_admin, server_name, path) to the browser when the database file provided is incorrect. Perl exploit included.

tags | web, cgi, root, perl
MD5 | d9a9c73617fc0034d47ea59f768dc342
BWL-00-06.txt
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Black Watch Labs | Site perfectotech.com

Black Watch Labs Security Advisory #00-06 (May 10, 2000) - Environment and Setup Variables can be Viewed through FormMail.cgi Script. The FormMail.cgi script allows several environment variables to be viewed by the attacker, who can gain useful information on the site, making further attacks more feasible. The script will also happily send mail to an attackers mail account instead for analysis.

tags | cgi
MD5 | e78b8ac6213cf3df7d22c2596be2581f
netprex.c
Posted May 15, 2000
Authored by Cheez Whiz

netprex.c is a SPARC / i386 buffer overflow root exploit for /usr/lib/lp/bin/netpr. Tested on Solaris 2.6 & 2.7.

tags | exploit, overflow, root
systems | solaris
MD5 | 835fc109eb8034e4a735d9f86983473e
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