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Files Date: 2002-01-17

Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by Jamie Zawinski | Site jwz.org

XScreenSaver is a modular screen saver and locker for the X Window System. It is highly customizable and allows the use of any program that can draw on the root window as a display mode. It is also more stable than xlock.

Changes: xscreensaver-demo was redesigned, and it now includes small-preview and per-hack configuration dialogs. New modes of operation were added - One Screen Saver, Blank Screen, and Don't Blank (in addition to the historical "Random Screen Saver"). The following new GL hacks were added: "menger", "engine", and "flipscreen3d". New versions of "sierpinski3d", "xmatrix", "nerverot", "crystal", "gflux", "sonar", and "webcollage" were written. Many other bugfixes and improvements were made.
tags | root
systems | unix
MD5 | 4745690b32b4d85741dfafedb565feb2
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Site conostix.com

IPFC is a framework to manage and monitor multiple types of security modules across a network. Security modules can be as diverse as packet filters (like netfilter, pf, ipfw, IP Filter, checkpoint FW1, etc.), NIDS (Snort, arpwatch, etc.), Web servers, and other general devices (from servers to embedded devices). Features log collection for different security "agents", dynamic log correlation possibilities, and easy extensibility due to the generic database and XML message formats used.

Changes: IPFC can now use and generate HMAC-SHA1 authenticated XML messages. A "mon" wrapper was added. Some bugs were corrected.
tags | web, system logging
systems | unix
MD5 | 9e498307631592b0a95251707bcef909
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Site sendmail.org

Sendmail is a very popular unix Mail Transfer Agent, a program that moves mail from one machine to another.

Changes: Portability fixes for problems with setgid() and stat(). Provides better support for OSs like HP-UX, NetBSD, and AIX, and adds a new port for HP MPE-ix. The daemon also properly collects its children to avoid temporary zombie processes. Changelog available here.
systems | unix
MD5 | 67b33ea2e385c1644085fc4ee4bb2940
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by Tomas Junnonen | Site firestarter.sourceforge.net

The goal of FireStarter is to provide an easy to use, yet powerful, GUI tool for setting up, administrating and monitoring firewalls for Linux machines. FireStarter is made for the GNOME desktop. It can actively monitor your firewall and list any unauthorized connection attempts made to your machine in a readable table format.

Changes: New features include IRC connection tracking and NAT configuration, recognition of Universal PnP as a service, console control, remote usage over SSH, and the very latest IANA nonroutable IP block list. This release also includes a bunch of bugfixes.
tags | tool, firewall
systems | linux
MD5 | 15af94a3431c4b7e20e3b47da6668a00
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by Darren Reed | Site coombs.anu.edu.au

IP Filter is a TCPIP packet filter which works well in a firewall environment. It can either be run as a loadable kernel module (recommended) or incorporated into your kernel. Scripts are provided to install and patch system files as required. IP Filter also includes several cool features, including transparent proxying via packet forwarding, allowing for round-robin forwarding to achieve load-balanced proxy.

Changes: Patches for IPFilter on OpenBSD 3.0, a fix for a bug in automatic flushing of state table which would cause it to hang in an infinite loop introduced in 3.4.20, and more.
tags | tool, kernel, firewall
systems | unix
MD5 | 928486051f7e4b57ec4e2034d3e391d7
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Site sgi.com

SGI Security Advisory 20020102-02-I - A vulnerability related to the way the IRIX unified name service daemon (nsd) manages its cache files has been reported which allows remote users to fill the disk. The nsd daemon is installed by default on all 6.5.x versions of IRIX, and this vulnerability exists in all versions of IRIX 6.5.4m/f through 6.5.11m/f. The problem has been fixed in IRIX 6.5.12m/f.

tags | remote
systems | irix
MD5 | bf5faec99bcaf5b2354ef288848a573c
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by Charles Stevenson

Local root exploit for sudo + postfix. Exploits sudo prior to sudo- Tested on debian powerpc unstable.

tags | exploit, local, root
systems | linux, debian
MD5 | 055ebc951dada82997439ceafe436d5b
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by Osek

Myndscream is a SYN flooder.

tags | denial of service
MD5 | a1bc4604cb6ac93fd8f78c8b71a0449f
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by turnrightNever

Troier is a package of trojaned linux commands. Includes du, locate, netstat, ps, pstree, top, w, and who.

tags | tool, trojan, rootkit
systems | linux, unix
MD5 | 182c309ade99cf302b6dc13cff0c54e9
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by Mayhem | Site devhell.org

Reversing the ELF - Stepping with GDB during PLT uses and .GOT fixup. This is a GDB tutorial about runtime process fixup using the Procedure Linkage Table section (.plt) and the Global Offset Table section (.got) by the dynamic linker ld-linux.so. ASM knowledge will be helpful. More info on ELF here.

tags | paper
systems | linux, unix
MD5 | a0158f7bb4c8098db9f9a4a633b10155
FreeBSD Security Advisory 2002.6
Posted Jan 17, 2002
Authored by The FreeBSD Project | Site freebsd.org

FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-02:06 - The sudo port prior to sudo- contains a local root vulnerability. If a user who has not been authorized by the system administrator (listed in the 'sudoers' file) attempts to use sudo, sudo will send an email alert. When it does so, it invokes the system mailer with superuser privileges, and with most of the user's environment intact.

tags | local, root
systems | freebsd
MD5 | 7f294ea7b1a6a0173d80f56c6a973e86
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