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Files Date: 2002-01-12

Posted Jan 12, 2002

Cm-ssh is the Teso SSH remote exploit. Includes targets for SSH-1.5-1.2.27, SSH-1.99-OpenSSH_2.2.0p1, SSH-1.5-1.2.26, and SSH-1.5-1.2.31. Binary form only. Brute forces the stack.

tags | exploit, remote
SHA-256 | 36d483d3aefeedd928c940806cf788f6b477890f44e775db5cc7b2ecd2fa7557
Posted Jan 12, 2002
Authored by Mayhem | Site devhell.org

LKH is a very powerful and documented kernel function hooking library running on Linux 2.4/x86 . The code has been explained and the API described in Phrack #58 : Linux x86 kernel function hooking emulation. It Supports functions with or without frame pointer, you can enable, disable the hook, access in rw mode the original function parameters, set as permanent or singleshot hijacking, and be discrete or aggressive.

tags | x86, kernel
systems | linux, unix
SHA-256 | e3efb0bc08482cc47cdb890c9383289d52b76dacfd5498437b9f05b73fc02d15
Posted Jan 12, 2002
Authored by Angel Ramos | Site salix.org

"Remote Access Session" is a security tool to analyze the integrity of systems. The program tries to gain access to a system using the most advanced techniques of remote intrusion. It can either work in normal mode (which is fast) or hard mode (which is more intensive). There is a big difference between "Remote Access Session" and other remote security audit tools as "Nessus" or "Internet Scanner" - If "Remote Access Session" finds a remote vulnerability that gives a user account or root, it will try to exploit it and it will return a shell. In my honest opinion, this is the only way to discard false positives of remote vulnerabilities, and the only way to demonstrate that the danger is real to upper management. "Remote Access Session" is not a hacker tool. It has been designed for system administrators and security engineers, and does not attempt any kind of stealth.

tags | tool, remote, shell, root, scanner, vulnerability
systems | unix
SHA-256 | 2cdbc9aa9177b20c2915656098d38b15148d2b34b3fa4e552468f2a90b1d6412
Posted Jan 12, 2002
Authored by BigHawk | Site kryptology.org

Aesop is a TCP-proxy which supports many advanced and powerful features. It's designed to be secure, fast and reliable. Aesop makes use of strong cryptography (RC4) for all its data-transmission up to the end-link. Another powerful feature of Aesop is that Aesop proxies can be transparently stacked into a secure chain. Aesop is implemented using multiplexing and is therefor fast and lightweight.

Changes: Added libaesop (--enable-libaesop) (supported on Linux, *BSD and Solaris), which provides an LD_PRELOAD wrapper around connect() to automatically redirect connections to go over an aesop proxy. Added advisory and mandatory source port specification. Added support for AIX, QNX and MacOS-X.
tags | tcp
systems | unix
SHA-256 | 506bf2fa186327dec76049ba0d5a8cf7dadc72d8d2ac02a3f29f8a31729d0276
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