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Files Date: 2001-02-02

defcom.easycom.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Defcom Labs | Site defcom.com

Defcom Labs Advisory def-2001-06 - The Easycom/Safecom print server from I-Data International contains multiple vulnerabilities that allow a malicious user to bring down the print server. Execution of arbitrary code is also possible. Tested against Easycom/Safecom, firmware v404.590.

tags | exploit, arbitrary, vulnerability
MD5 | ff7e56247e2414c0c4d933c41bf3bafd
frel-1.0.beta.tgz
Posted Feb 2, 2001

Frel-1.0 is a modified version of fragrouter, used to evade NIDS. The frag proxy can run on the same machine as the attacker. It can also run in partial takeover mode, so that the fragmented attack stream seems to be coming from another active machine on the same physical subnet. The neighbor machine runs normally except for the ports being used by attacker. Mods by Lorgor

tags | exploit
MD5 | 54f511a94e5997a3e1766ab4eb609cd3
defcom.netscape-fasttrack.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Defcom Labs | Site defcom.com

Defcom Labs Advisory def-2001-05 - Netscape Fasttrack Server 4.1 for Windows NT 4.0 has problems with its caching module. The problem can result in remote users consuming all the server memory and causing the server to perform very sluggishly.

tags | exploit, remote
systems | windows, nt
MD5 | 99e0fc6a08ba1f82da32b5184da1707e
defcom.netscape-enterprise.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Defcom Labs | Site defcom.com

Defcom Labs Advisory def-2001-04 - The Netscape Enterprise Server 4.1, SP5 has a problem dealing with dotdot-URLs which allows remote users to crash the server.

tags | exploit, remote
MD5 | 56595144d952680f368ede97ce17ea29
defcom.goodtech.ftp.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Defcom Labs | Site defcom.com

Defcom Labs Advisory def-2001-03 - The GoodTech FTP server v3.0.1.2.1.0 does not properly free resources. This can result in the FTP server either crashing or displaying its banner and immediately disconnecting the user.

tags | exploit
MD5 | 865461fb58da12a8ca2fa91c4d580545
debian.jazip.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Site debian.org

Debian Security Advisory DSA-017-1 - With older versions of jazip a user could gain root access for members of the floppy group to the local machine. The interface doesn't run as root anymore and this very exploit was prevented. The program now also truncates DISPLAY to 256 characters if it is bigger, which closes the buffer overflow (within xforms).

tags | overflow, local, root
systems | linux, debian
MD5 | d7a4881c2dace6abb598e9961af3bd25
RHSA-2001:003-07.mysql
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Site redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory RHSA-2001:003-07 - The MySQL database that shipped with Red Hat Linux 7 and the updates for it have been reported by the MySQL authors to have remote security problems.

tags | remote
systems | linux, redhat
MD5 | 844063edf53b46784fa17517eb10d172
debian.splitvt.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Site debian.org

Debian Security Advisory DSA-014-1 - Splitvt prior to v1.6.5 contains format string vulnerabilities in the -rcfile command line flag, allowing local users to gain access to the tty group.

tags | local, vulnerability
systems | linux, debian
MD5 | 8a5505d8046f63e9a451c85b40b4fe6e
debian.wuftpd.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Site debian.org

Debian Security Advisory DSA-016-3 - Security people at WireX have noticed a temp file creation bug and the WU-FTPD development team has found a possible format string bug in wu-ftpd. Both could be remotely exploited.

systems | linux, debian
MD5 | a09f99a92fe112538a8f7b5d194167ad
nmlog0.7b.tar.gz
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Yuri A. Kabaenkov | Site null.void.ru

Nmlog is a nmap log parser which parses nmap log (users output) to html page. Include option to not show ports in state 'closed' and to show owner of the subnet and subnet size.

tags | tool, nmap
systems | unix
MD5 | 046cd7253f76600eb95d15a726036df7
safer.010125.EXP.1.12
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Vanja Hrustic, Fyodor Yarochkin, Thomas Dullien, Emmanuel Gadaix | Site safermag.com

S.A.F.E.R. Security Bulletin 010125.EXP.1.12 - PlanetIntra v2.5 contains remotely exploitable buffer overflows which allow remote users to execute arbitrary code.

tags | remote, overflow, arbitrary
MD5 | 9cc101118966696d8b37d860d2c67c55
NZ_40_Hour_Limit.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Kamikaze | Site geocities.com

How to Defeat NetZero's 40 hour limit by changing a registry key.

tags | paper, registry
MD5 | c919ffcb7ebbb5419a029bbedde0db93
pkc004.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Cyrax | Site pkcrew.org

PKC Security Advisory #4 - Icecast v1.3.8beta2 and prior contains remotely exploitable format string bugs which allow remote code execution with the UID/GID of the user running Icecast. Includes PKCicecast-ex.c, a remote proof of concept exploit tested against Icecast 1.3.7 on Slackware 7.0 and RedHat 7.0.

tags | exploit, remote, code execution, proof of concept
systems | linux, redhat, slackware
MD5 | d2baf97ccaf7099542435cfd6ae71298
pkc003.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by The Recidjvo | Site pkcrew.org

PKC Security Advisory #3 - Micq-0.4.6 contains remotely exploitable buffer overflows which allow running arbitrary code with the UID/GID of the user running micq. Includes micRAq.c, linux/x86 proof of concept exploit.

tags | exploit, overflow, arbitrary, x86, proof of concept
systems | linux
MD5 | 24a010e9979e0021bf0ee38824eeeb7d
pkc002.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Cyrax | Site pkcrew.org

PKC Security Advisory #2 - Tinyproxy version 1.3.2 and 1.3.3 has a remotely exploitable heap overflow. Includes PKCtiny-ex.c proof of concept exploit.

tags | exploit, overflow, proof of concept
MD5 | 061a37587f330bb27e6fb68037bce07c
pkc001.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Cyrax | Site pkcrew.org

PKC Security Advisory #1 - The Oops proxy server 1.4.22, 1.4.6, and prior contain a remotely exploitable heap overflow. Includes PKCoops-ex.c, a proof of concept exploit tested on Slackware 7.0.

tags | exploit, overflow, proof of concept
systems | linux, slackware
MD5 | 513a02ac5db3c03eb6bb76a85ed459ee
bsdfpf.tar.gz
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by cthulhu | Site pkcrew.org

BSD FingerPrintFucker is kld for Freebsd which changes the tcp/ip stack in order to emulate other OS's against tcp/ip fingerprinting.

tags | tcp
systems | unix, freebsd, bsd
MD5 | ffa476c1388600f039deafe4e6e6c959
bounce.c
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Marco Ivaldi | Site antifork.org

Bounce.c is a simple program to connect TCP ports. Use it just as a telnet-like client and send a SIGINT to make it sit on the background and open the specified port on localhost. Then you can connect on this local port and resume the interrupted session, data-piped.

tags | local, tcp
systems | unix
MD5 | 963da21803825cd3985b7cadacc5d524
toshiba-BIOS-backdoor.zip
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Maze

Assembly source & binary bypassing the BIOS password of a Toshiba Notebook, all models, as described in toshiba-keydisk.txt.

tags | cracker
MD5 | 7a9bf876d86d2c9b64a435422b6155c6
RHSA-2001:006-03.inetd
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Site redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory RHSA-2001:006-03 - The inetd server as shipped with Red Hat Linux 6.2 fails to close sockets for internal services properly, causing services to stop working when the system had leaked sufficient resources.

systems | linux, redhat
MD5 | 895f0a15a6f758f22bd5f4b567a58ae2
ms01-005
Posted Feb 2, 2001

Microsoft Security Advisory ms00-005 - Windows 2000 Post Service Pack 1 hotfixes made available through December 18, 2000 can cause Windows File Protection to remove a valid hotfix from a system. If the hotfixes were added in a certain order, a customer's system reverts to a version of a Windows 2000 module that contains security vulnerabilities. Microsoft FAQ on this issue available here.

tags | vulnerability
systems | windows, 2k
MD5 | 76d11643603d14a1434ed36627a3c5c8
suse.bind8.txt
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Site suse.de

SuSE Security Announcement - bind-8.x in all versions of the SuSE distributions contain a bug in the transaction signature handling code that can allow to remotely overflow a buffer and thereby execute arbitrary code as the user running the nameserver (this is user named by default on SuSE systems). In addition to this bug, another problem allows for a remote attacker to collect information about the running bind process.

tags | remote, overflow, arbitrary
systems | linux, suse
MD5 | b6d80be28007588d5d9912654c22270b
ms01-006
Posted Feb 2, 2001

Microsoft Security Advisory MS01-006 - The implementation of the Remote Data Protocol (RDP) in Windows 2000 Terminal Service does not correctly handle a particular series of data packets, allowing remote attackers to crash the server via tcp port 3389. Microsoft FAQ on this issue available here.

tags | remote, tcp, protocol
systems | windows, 2k
MD5 | dc8d372d699a41d319466bb0fc173c39
pyros1.5-Full.tar.gz
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Sector-X | Site atrix.cjb.net

Pyros is an attack tool designed to run under Trinux distribution which gathers together several dos attack tools.

tags | denial of service
MD5 | bbed01720339d4ef84cbe3b1b65c51f7
tcpip_lib3.zip
Posted Feb 2, 2001
Authored by Barak Weichselbaum | Site komodia.com

Tcpip_lib V3 is a library for Windows 2000 which allows constructing IP's, IP spoofing, attacks, and more. It uses sockets 2 and opens up a raw socket, allowing you to send raw IP headers, do IP spoofing, and play with the nuts and bolts of networking protocols.

Changes: Redesigned most of the OOD, added more functionality and samples. (traceroute,ping,sniffer,ipconfig,TCP server, UDP server, Stealth TCP scanner, UDP scanner), all the samples comes with a complete source code.
tags | spoof, protocol
systems | windows, 2k
MD5 | b6d10b11fd2e341542bcbf6d33cb692a
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