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Files Date: 2000-10-24

Posted Oct 24, 2000
Site redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory - Systems using Network Information Service, or NIS, use a daemon called ypbind to request information from a NIS server. This information is then used by the local machine. The logging code in ypbind is vulnerable to a printf string format attack which an attacker could exploit by passing ypbind a carefully crafted request. This attack can successfully lead to local root access.

tags | local, root
systems | linux, redhat
MD5 | 8ed7c57b46ef41b7214a26c05d851f04
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Site redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory - A bug in some versions of curl would cause it to incorrectly parse error responses from FTP servers. A malicious FTP server could use this bug to crash its client.

systems | linux, redhat
MD5 | 19148875d7acec8372ef49a014462d48
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Site redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory - A vulnerability in the mod_rewrite module and vulnerabilities in the virtual hosting facility in versions of Apache prior to 1.3.14 may allow attackers to view files on the server which are meant to be inaccessible. Format string vulnerabilities have been found in PHP versions 3 and 4.

tags | php, vulnerability
systems | linux, redhat
MD5 | 1232c435758b4f704602a9864f4c403b
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Authored by Kyong-won Cho | Site hackerslab.com

HP/UX crontab local shell script exploit.

tags | exploit, shell, local
systems | hpux
MD5 | 72fe8c27cd7887d51ae52692cf76956c
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Authored by rain forest puppy | Site wiretrip.net

whisker v1.40 with native SSL support. Adds a -x option which uses the Net::SSLeay perl module and OpenSSL. Whisker is what I've dubbed a 'next generation' CGI scanner. I've implemented anti-IDS checks into the scan. Includes over 200 checks. Lots of options. Reads in nmap output, files full of domains, or single host. Virtual host support. Proxy support. Can be used as a CGI.

Changes: SSL patch by H.D. Moore at http://www.digitaloffense.net:8000.
tags | cgi, perl
systems | unix
MD5 | f7dc98073ab34f8f2717f8dcda302b80
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Authored by Mike Ricketts | Site earth.li

SendIP is a commandline tool to send arbitrary IP packets. It has a large number of command line options to specify the content of every header of a TCP, UDP, ICMP, or raw IP packet. It also allows any data to be added to the packet. Checksums can be calculated automatically, but if you wish to send out wrong checksums, that is supported too.

Changes: This release adds RIP-1 and RIP-2 support and various bugfixes.
tags | tool, arbitrary, udp, tcp
systems | unix
MD5 | d1bc457472504934643cea1d52bb5e43
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Authored by Boris Wesslowski | Site kyb.uni-stuttgart.de

fwlogwatch analyzes the ipchains packet filter logfiles and generates text and HTML summaries. Features realtime anomaly response capability and has an interactive report generator.

tags | tool, firewall
systems | unix
MD5 | 4c85c1c42f5cb999a741e79aa0d19e86
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Authored by Da Void

How to keep access to a rooted system.

tags | paper, root
MD5 | dbee7ae5916c85719e06bfe87ede69a9
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Authored by Shane Hird

This program exploits a flaw in the share level password authentication of MS windows 95/98/ME in its CIFS protocol to find the password of a given share on one of these machines, as discussed in ms00-072. Google flags this as malware so only use this if you know what you are doing. The password to unarchive this zip is the word "infected".

tags | exploit, protocol
systems | windows, 9x
MD5 | 8691a8f21656b3b1b40c329d078d9252
Posted Oct 24, 2000
Site videotron.ca

How to read ASP source code on an IIS 5 server using the recently discovered IIS vulnerability.

tags | exploit, asp
MD5 | 4fcd9732749541f1e336ff99602d743b
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