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Files Date: 2004-12-07

proxifier.c
Posted Dec 7, 2004
Authored by net geeker

Proxifier is a proxy list generator for www.proxy4free.com. The format is useful to programs like, webclicker and also format to online proxy checker.

tags | paper
MD5 | 57f3d6e05dfc2d4ab35faea8b808727a
openaanval-1.53-stable.tar.gz
Posted Dec 7, 2004
Site aanval.com

Openaanval is an open-source web based Snort intrusion detection console. Currently supporting Snort and syslog, openaanval provides dynamic monitoring, comprehensive reporting and powerful alerting capabilities. Several primary features are account hierarchy, data-archiving, real-time data displays, auto signature updating, sensor management tools, easy upgrading, advanced searching, artificial intelligence, timezone control, charts/graphs, query saving and more.

Changes: New sensor mgmt tools for auto sig updates, RALPH additions, additional performance, and many bug fixes.
tags | tool, web, sniffer
MD5 | 5d2da3ac491cdd598b08feb07db7eb93
stripwire-1.1.tar.gz
Posted Dec 7, 2004
Authored by Dan Kaminsky | Site doxpara.com

Stripwire is a tool which demonstrates vulnerabilities in md5 checks described in this paper. Contains a perl script which proves that if md5(x) == md5(y), then md5(x+q) == md5(y+q) (assuming length(x) and length(y) are 0 mod 64, and q is any arbitrary data). This is true because once two blocks converge upon the same hash, the nature of them being different has thereafter been lost.

tags | paper, arbitrary, perl, vulnerability
MD5 | aa5a1a01f2f6e05656fff5d5304c59b2
md5_someday.pdf
Posted Dec 7, 2004
Authored by Dan Kaminsky | Site doxpara.com

Collision vulnerabilities in MD5 Checksums - It is possible to create different executables which have the same md5 hash. The attacks remain limited, for now. The attack allows blocks in the checksumm'd file to be swapped out for other blocks without changing the final hash. This is an excellent vector for malicious developers to get unsafe code past a group of auditors, perhaps to acquire a required third party signature. Alternatively, build tools themselves could be compromised to embed safe versions of dangerous payloads in each build. A tool to demonstrate these vulnerabilities is available here.

tags | paper, vulnerability
MD5 | 5e1605409d78efd92cdce0d11489010b
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