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Files Date: 2002-08-16

MWS_exp.pl
Posted Aug 16, 2002
Authored by D4rkGr3y | Site dhgroup.org

MyWebServer v1.0.2 remote buffer overflow exploit in perl. Included shellcode opens a shell on port 7788.

tags | exploit, remote, overflow, shell, perl, shellcode
SHA-256 | 8c2cbfbfd316cc19961269f859f90381c0f9e3ebd64bda72f95f110da0564451
mssql-esppu.txt
Posted Aug 16, 2002
Authored by David Litchfield | Site ngssoftware.com

NGSSoftware Security Advisory - Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 7's helper service allows an attacker to submit jobs to the SQL Agent to be executed with elevated privileges. Proof of concept sql code included. This vulnerability is discussed in ms02-042.

tags | proof of concept
SHA-256 | 9bf0a97cb7b8ed59e9098bf029a62f468d0bfbd94895eae5891363aff1545a15
logagent.txt
Posted Aug 16, 2002
Authored by Floydman | Site securit.iquebec.com

LogAgent 2.1 is a tool made in Perl for recollecting log files from various applications and various machines into a central location in (almost) real-time in order to improve network activity awareness.

tags | perl
systems | windows
SHA-256 | 867e7642dba7e846977ec8889a55c89f90d7adfa2c03702a8a4c8767d760726f
ComLog.pl
Posted Aug 16, 2002
Authored by Floydman | Site securit.iquebec.com

ComLog.pl, a WIN32 command prompt logger - The goal of this paper is to present a new Perl tool made to monitor DOS sessions on Windows NT/2K (should also work on XP). This tool can be used by administrators to keep a history of commands typed in the DOS command prompt and the associated output, for example on an IIS server. This can help admins to figure out what an attacker has done after compromising the machine via one of the numerous vulnerabilities available.

tags | perl, vulnerability
systems | windows
SHA-256 | 5bb1270554a58f6c4a654c5606f788b2f62f2ad347bee9a773e47748ee4612d5
fakeap-0.2.tar.gz
Posted Aug 16, 2002
Site blackalchemy.to

Fake AP 0.2 generates counterfeit 802.11b beacon frames with random ESSID, BSSID (MAC), and channel assignments. Wardriving tools like Kismet or NetStumbler will see thousands of Access Points pop up on their screens. Fake AP can be used on its own, as part of a wireless honeypot, or form a component of an 802.11b security architecture. Runs on Linux and requires a Prism2/2.5/3 based 802.11b card and the HostAP drivers.

tags | tool, wireless
systems | linux
SHA-256 | e916af63dd4f174f66e63553267248d6722e817856c3ad58011bb6c6afa057ea
oralist.txt
Posted Aug 16, 2002
Authored by David Litchfield | Site ngssoftware.com

Oracle provide a tool called the Listener Control utility (lsnrctl) to allow an Oracle DBA to remotely control the Listener. The Listener is responsible for dealing with client requests for database services. This control utility contains an indirect remotely exploitable format string vulnerability. By default the Oracle Listener is not protected against unauthenticated access and control. The configuration files of Listeners in such a state can be modified without the user needing to supply a password. By modifying certain entries in the listener.ora file, by inserting a format string exploit, an attacker can gain control of a Listener control utility.

SHA-256 | 670c33c99fb1077f6adc54c6ef7f9e82ca3f1c4fcc69fdf1ecde9e16b02514fa
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