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Posted Sep 23, 1999
Authored by Mixter

Distributed flood network client/server that can be installed on a large number of hosts and used to hit a target with high bandwidth simultaneously. communicates over icmp and supports udp, syn, icmp/8, smurf flood and more. Courtesy of Mixter

tags | udp
SHA-256 | 920026602cef824add5790e0ec01ac5d2241801552dbd49fb0516dfa99946b78

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Posted Mar 9, 2000
Authored by Jason Barlow | Site www2.axent.com

This document is a technical analysis of the Tribe Flood Network 2000 (TFN2K) distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack tool, the successor to the original TFN Trojan by Mixter. Additionally, countermeasures for this attack are also covered.

Changes: This revision includes several new discoveries, corrections, and clarifications. Many thanks to those who responded with feedback and comments to the original posting of this paper.
tags | denial of service, trojan
SHA-256 | 52ca3aa11a97181fd8f458991f35f7642c2e78842154cb4db563dd4b37504103
Posted Feb 25, 2000
Authored by Simple Nomad | Site razor.bindview.com

Tfn2k password recovery tool - Tfn2k asks for a password during the build, which is used to prevent someone from recovering the password from the td or tfn binaries. Usefor for forensics, or to command a whole flood network to send you mail letting you know all the machines infected, or to command an attack to stop if you can recover a binary.

tags | denial of service
SHA-256 | cfd719ba0cd05621c443ed48728a727968997b11e93221a512eaa02351d08836
Posted Feb 14, 2000
Authored by Mixter

TFN3k is a paper about the future of DDOS tools, how they can be used, and the dangerous features that can and probably will be implemented in the future. Also has information on establishing Network Intrusion Detection (NIDS) Rules for DDOS attacks.

tags | denial of service
SHA-256 | 81f6b4c0bc45d0a32a93a7d9053beb1a229a36193e7cbb36d1a180bcf41cc5f6
Posted Feb 11, 2000
Authored by Woody Thrower, Jason Barlow | Site www2.axent.com

This document is a technical analysis of the Tribe Flood Network 2000 (TFN2K) distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack tool, the successor to the original TFN Trojan by Mixter.

tags | denial of service, trojan
SHA-256 | cfd9ab39b27fdf49f0cb4d3d8c500997b796dad7ca44d25f3176e7b85dabcb83
Posted Jan 4, 2000
Authored by Randy Marchany | Site sans.org

Analysis of TFN-Style Toolkit v 1.1 - One of our systems was compromised and prompt action by the local sysadmin prevented the hackers from running their cleanup scripts. Consequently, we were able to get the toolkit that they were using against us. This toolkit contains components that are similar to what is in the TFN toolkit.

tags | denial of service, local
SHA-256 | 931bf856df02a6b943a81ec00d6ae03423a858509db190e01a1c3ee4fbce96f8
Posted Dec 20, 1999
Authored by Mixter | Site 1337.tsx.org

Tribe Flood Network 2000. Using distributed client/server functionality, stealth and encryption techniques and a variety of functions, TFN can be used to control any number of remote machines to generate on-demand, anonymous Denial Of Service attacks and remote shell access. The new and improved features in this version include Remote one-way command execution for distributed execution control, Mix attack aimed at weak routers, Targa3 attack aimed at systems with IP stack vulnerabilities, Compatibility to many UNIX systems and Windows NT, spoofed source addresses, strong CAST encryption of all client/server traffic, one-way communication protocol, messaging via random IP protocol, decoy packets, and extensive documentation. Currently no IDS software will recognise tfn2k.

tags | remote, denial of service, shell, spoof, vulnerability, protocol
systems | windows, unix
SHA-256 | 07f94c742546e490bd6c8ab103c0ffa31399129812380e0bece242fcdf7a4cba
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by David Dittrich

The following is an analysis of the "Tribe Flood Network", or "TFN", by Mixter. TFN is ai powerful distributed attack tool and backdoor currently being developed and tested on a large number of compromised Unix systems on the Internet. TFN source available here.

tags | denial of service
systems | unix
SHA-256 | d193538a169810294d7efa1f1fe84ac8f4f4364fdd347856fd7ca36bf6ad472c
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