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Files Date: 2000-11-15

Posted Nov 15, 2000
Authored by Tommy. | Site soomka.com

Tailbeep opens a file (-f), seeks to the end, and watches for a string (-s). If the string is found, a beep is sent to the specified tty (-t) device. You can also daemonize (-d) it. I wrote it so I could watch /var/log/messages for the DENY string (so I can tell if someone is trying to break into the firewall).

Changes: Added make rh60 so people with red hat 6.x can make binaries for glibc20 systems.
tags | tool, intrusion detection
systems | unix
SHA-256 | 2a96784a9afb8679f7fa4e622c6a178b4036a13ca187ff0e17b65eb10371399a
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Authored by thc | Site thc.org

Probe 4.1 is a host scanner compilation for Linux, featuring nmap, snmpscan, netbios auditing tool and super-cool vh shell script.

tags | shell
systems | linux
SHA-256 | 51f22f1c5671755c21d60b142762034033196be1d958c0d72af178d101a42b15
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Authored by thc | Site thc.org

THC-Hydra is the world's first parallel login hacker. With this tool you are able to attack several services at once.

tags | cracker
SHA-256 | d82493f90f1d1ffec70a5b561e9a21ada59a172ad0beb2e619f29d931c7434fb
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Site openssh.org

This is the OpenBSD version of OpenSSH, a suite of tools which encrypts network traffic. 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.

tags | encryption
systems | openbsd
SHA-256 | d388bc215c927137442c7865bf90030c895cd5aa3151cc3cb4653ab15a4529f3
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Site openssh.com

All versions of the OpenSSH ssh client prior to 2.3.0 have a vulnerability which allows malicious OpenSSH servers to turn on port forwarding even if it is disabled in the client configuration, allowing hostile servers can access your X11 display or your ssh-agent. Newest version available here.

tags | exploit
SHA-256 | 88a6f152715ed2102ed19a929d57f787c9dc819200cd2d44c5c2953c5a65bd70
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Authored by Michel MaXX Kaempf

Openwall.c is a local root exploit in LBNL traceroute v1.4a5 which executes the heap instead of the stack, avoiding the openwall kernel patch.

tags | exploit, kernel, local, root
SHA-256 | 5a4eb07dd10935e561cd0362cab0d201490486943936df1793875876d5cc6377
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Authored by Michel MaXX Kaempf

Traceroot2.c - Improved local root exploit in LBNL traceroute v1.4a5. Tested against Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 x86 and sparc, and Red Hat 6.2 x86. Advisory on this issue available here.

tags | exploit, x86, local, root
systems | linux, redhat, debian
SHA-256 | a06125779635863516715cdc87f58a395e2f5821e7f2c5fb7bace3311690914b
Posted Nov 15, 2000
Authored by Michael A. Gumienny | Site sites.netscape.net

FCheck is a very stable perl script written to generate and comparatively monitor a UNIX system against its baseline for any file alterations and report them through syslog, console, or any log monitoring interface. Monitoring events can be done very frequently if a system's drive space is small enough, making it more difficult to circumvent. This is a freely-available open-source alternative to 'tripwire' that is time tested, and is easier to configure and use.

Changes: The output was streamlined to display only details of what has changed. Individual file checking was added, along with checking of UID, GID, and major/minor numbers of special files. The database is now maintained in one file, allowing easier support of distributed systems.
tags | tool, perl, intrusion detection
systems | unix
SHA-256 | 1c92c871739ce9e42cfb6c838ff0171c5bf70e8c9256ed4bdd8ee54aa0f0de32
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