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Files Date: 2000-11-01

Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by Sam Kline | Site

SAINT (Security Administrator's Integrated Network Tool) is a security assessment tool based on SATAN. Features include scanning through a firewall, updated security checks from CERT & CIAC bulletins, 4 levels of severity (red, yellow, brown, & green) and a feature rich HTML interface.

Changes: Check for folder traversal vulnerability in IIS 4.0 and 5.0, JRun server vulnerabilities, iPlanet Directory Server and Certificate Management System, hex-encoded dot-dot-slash vulnerability in web servers, dot-dot-slash vulnerability in Web+, and HTTP PUT vulnerabilities. This version has a new custom scan level, giving you more control over which probes SAINT will run.
tags | tool, scanner
systems | unix
MD5 | 194c4e83ea889a830a634a2478d2ce7a
FreeBSD Security Advisory 2000.63
Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by The FreeBSD Project | Site

FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-00:63 - Remote users may be able to cause a very small class of network servers to terminate abnormally, causing a denial of service condition. None of the standard services are affected, and the attacker needs to have control of the nameserver.

tags | remote, denial of service
systems | freebsd
MD5 | fb2ba5e5c02a561806ae3fa7d8a57bea
Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by Nicholas de Jong parses nmap scan results, so you can put them into a table or similar thing.

tags | tool, nmap
systems | unix
MD5 | 9fc42149a38af84ff9db3f45e10bb4e9
Posted Nov 1, 2000

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-082) - Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates the "Malformed MIME Header" vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange 5.5, which allows malicious users to cause the server to fail by sending a mail with invalid values in the MIME header. Microsoft FAQ on this issue available here.

MD5 | 6483269290f139be24c0e6ce85420f15
Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by Bertrand Wallrich

nicedump is a network sniffer which tries to display the entire packet contents. Nicedump can be configured to adapt or add new protocols (with its language) without any re-compilation phase. It can be useful for network developers, to help them to debug there applications, or to teach network and protocols, or like every network analyzer, to debug a network problem.

tags | tool, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | 21ca4fc195a25d8b01d6d3725e0a1a5b
Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by Christian Bricart | Site

Amavis is a mail virus scanner which scans email attachments for viruses using third-party virus scanners available for UNIX environments. It resides on a Unix machine and looks through the attached files arriving via e-mail, generates reports when a virus is found and sets the delivery on hold.

Changes: TNEF detection and handling was fixed, as well as handling of LHA attachments. Documentation updates and the usual minor spelling corrections were made. This release finally brings the pre-releases to an end.
tags | virus
systems | unix
MD5 | 8d2ce5007d5ad841498ba0294350d492
Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by Mordechai T. Abzug | Site

Log_analysis is a log file analyser which extracts relevant data for any of the recognised log messages and produces a summary that is much easier to read and can be easily configured to recognize entirely new log types. log_analysis natively understands about 100 different kinds of syslog messages, as well as sulog and wtmp messages for Linux, Solaris, and OpenBSD.

tags | system logging
systems | linux, unix, solaris, openbsd
MD5 | f46b723201667ee98e068038ac7f4716
Posted Nov 1, 2000
Authored by Boris Wesslowski | Site

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

Changes: This release fixes some problems with realtime response mode and includes a lot of small code cleanups.
tags | tool, firewall
systems | unix
MD5 | cceb81746888331f85121a52a58bf4c6
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