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Files Date: 2004-05-17
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by sub

Microsoft LSASS vulnerability auto rooter. Downloads and executes code from a FTP server.

tags | exploit
MD5 | 54785e01d3034f714dbe01506d1c699f
Posted May 17, 2004

tcpreplay is a BSD-style licensed tool to replay saved tcpdump files at arbitrary speeds. It provides a variety of features for replaying traffic for both passive sniffer devices as well as inline devices such as routers, firewalls, and the new class of inline IDS's. Many NIDSs fare poorly when looking for attacks on heavily-loaded networks. tcpreplay allows you to recreate real network traffic from a real network for use in testing.

Changes: Fixed some bugs and compile issues.
tags | tool, arbitrary, intrusion detection
systems | unix, bsd
MD5 | bd469af6c9f6ecacb24554847af63789
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by Jamie Zawinski | Site

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 and has more than 150 modes.

Changes: New modules 'polyhedra', 'fuzzyflakes', 'antinspect', and 'providence'. Fixed randomization in 'noof'.
tags | root
systems | unix
MD5 | e715ca402fc1218a078d65b7e7922082
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by Steve Benson | Site

tcptrack is a packet sniffer which passively watches for connections on a specified network interface, tracking their states and listing them in a manner similar to the top command. It displays source and destination addresses and ports, connection state, idle time, and bandwidth usage. Screenshot available here.

Changes: Fixed a problem where tcptrack would silently not work on certain PPP connections, Support for NULL and RAW pcap interface types was added, tcptrack should now work on all Linux PPP, Ethernet, TUN/TAP, and local loopback interfaces. Tcptrack now compiles properly with gcc 3.4. An EXAMPLES section and a few extra notes were added to the man page about guessing, pause/sort options.
tags | tool, sniffer
MD5 | df5b7498e85c0e2a1ae514406c46d580
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by Alberto Ornaghi, Marco Valleri | Site

Ettercap NG is a network sniffer/interceptor/logger for switched LANs. It uses ARP poisoning and the man-in-the-middle technique to sniff all the connections between two hosts. Features character injection in an established connection - you can inject characters to server (emulating commands) or to client (emulating replies) while maintaining an established TCP connection! Integrated into a easy-to-use and powerful ncurses interface.

tags | tool, sniffer, tcp
MD5 | cdeccf5d2b1e0e9173fe7531c4539577
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by msconzo | Site

NetSQUID is a Perl script that sits inbetween Snort and IPTables. It looks at the alerts generated by Snort, then automatically creates an IPTables firewall entry to block problematic hosts (such as those infected by viruses). Web traffic is redirected to a webserver that can alert the user to the infection. The host is automatically unblocked after a specified time (hopefully reducing calls to your NOC). It can also send out DHCP address requests, so rogue DHCP servers can be detected by Snort.

tags | tool, web, perl, sniffer
MD5 | ef5f44b783aab6c76b7c6289cdebcac3
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by Mike Jackson

Webdevil is a tool used to create a distributed performance test against webservers by keeping connections alive until the server times them out. Slave daemon is included to assist in stress testing.

tags | denial of service
MD5 | 56e37bef1c7c45d2b7a6d99f143f0ccf
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by Craig B. Agricola | Site

netjail is a user-space mechanism for limiting the ability of a process to connect sockets in the PF_INET and PF_UNIX domain. The main motivation for this is to foil (or discover) spyware or "call home" code in suspect pieces of binary-distribution-only programs.

systems | unix
MD5 | e883615692d89da35024e7ea80519d38
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by priestmaster | Site

Paper discussing shellcode usage that also includes troubleshooting and functionality information. Included are other whitepapers that help offer guidance, some tools, and some shellcodes.

tags | shellcode
MD5 | cac4106a52c7972cf5ffd09ef420cfd0
Posted May 17, 2004
Authored by Laurent Constantin | Site

Netwox is a utility that can be thought of as a one stop shop network toolbox. It includes a graphical front-end called Netwag. This kit comes with 150 tools that can be used to perform a multitude of tasks that are very useful to any administrator. It supports various protocols (DNS, FTP, HTTP, NNTP, SMTP, SNMP) and performs low level functions like sniffing, spoofing traffic, and playing client/server roles. Both Windows and Unix versions are included.

tags | tool, web, spoof, protocol
systems | windows, unix
MD5 | 5b45b7dea44ec3cfa9f172b27885753e
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