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Xcon2005_Sowhat.pdf
Posted Aug 31, 2005
Authored by Sowhat | Site xcon.xfocus.org

Xcon 2005: Talking About 0day

SHA-256 | e4d859a8ae5ae21d8225ae5961d59c20dbcc3a791da1b98ee61f8c0a40955b69

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autolinuxconf.tgz
Posted Sep 11, 2002
Authored by Syscalls | Site myseq.com

Autolinuxconf.tgz is an improved exploit for linuxconf <= 1.28r3 which has been found to work on Mandrake 8.1 and 8.2 and Redhat 7.2 and 7.3.

tags | exploit
systems | linux, redhat, mandrake
SHA-256 | 3d5644a86004378365d91810e8826011af33787751064d3f5d6d4b4957895086
elinuxconf2.c
Posted Sep 2, 2002
Authored by Pokleyzz | Site scan-associates.net

Another Proof of Concept exploit for the local buffer overflow vulnerability existing in linuxconf v1.28r3 and below which allows users to spawn a root shell. Tested on Mandrake Linux 8.2.

tags | exploit, overflow, shell, local, root, proof of concept
systems | linux, mandrake
SHA-256 | 92e6ec24f409a9f1006245445fec7ad60fc8f719a98109578dd3758317bd6a9c
linuxconf.c
Posted Sep 2, 2002
Authored by snooq

Proof of Concept exploit for the local buffer overflow vulnerability existing in linuxconf v1.28r3 and below which allows users to spawn a root shell. Tested on RedHat 7.0 with linuxconf 1.25r3.

tags | exploit, overflow, shell, local, root, proof of concept
systems | linux, redhat
SHA-256 | 5e01675b72925775073e8833a809bb0b6311cb902af1883f3c496d428da6b989
idefense.linuxconf.txt
Posted Aug 29, 2002
Authored by David Endler | Site idefense.com

iDEFENSE Security Advisory 08.28.2002 - A local buffer overflow vulnerability exists in linuxconf v1.28r3 and below which allows users to spawn a root shell on Linux 7.3. Fix available here.

tags | overflow, shell, local, root
systems | linux
SHA-256 | f9ba1eb1fdc12f40a3c9d1f1c58751fb4592b6d5203e97240852745915ace9d3
iss.summary.6.3
Posted Feb 14, 2001
Site xforce.iss.net

ISS Security Alert Summary for February 6, 2001 - Volume 6 Number 3. 120 new vulnerabilities were reported this month. This document has links to more information and full advisories on each. Includes: win2k-rdp-dos, cisco-ccs-file-access, quicktime-embedded-tag-bo, solaris-ximp40-bo, cisco-ccs-cli-dos, slimserve-httpd-dos, crazywwwboard-qdecoder-bo, virusbuster-mua-bo, iis-isapi-obtain-code, bind-inverse-query-disclosure, hp-man-dos, sort-temp-file-abort, bind-complain-format-string, bind-complain-bo, winvnc-client-bo, winvnc-server-bo, guestserver-cgi-execute-commands, bind-tsig-bo, hyperseek-cgi-reveal-info, newsdaemon-gain-admin-access, mars-nwe-format-string, mars-nwe-format-string, planetintra-pi-bo, borderware-ping-dos, aol-malformed-url-dos, mirc-bypass-password, netscape-enterprise-revlog-dos, aim-execute-code, netscape-enterprise-list-directories, winnt-mutex-dos, jrun-webinf-file-retrieval, ipfw-bypass-firewall, netopia-telnet-dos, wuftp-debug-format-string, kde2-kdesu-retrieve-passwords, easycom-safecom-url-bo, easycom-safecom-printguide-dos, easycom-safecom-ftp-dos, vnc-weak-authentication, lotus-domino-smtp-bo, linux-sash-shadow-readable, powerpoint-execute-code, icecast-format-string, oracle-handlers-directory-traversal, oracle-handlers-execute-jsp, netscape-enterprise-dot-dos, goodtech-ftp-dos, netscape-fasttrack-cache-dos, eeye-iris-dos, watchguard-firebox-obtain-passphrase, fastream-ftp-server-dos, fastream-ftp-path-disclosure, localweb2k-directory-traversal, win2k-efs-recover-data, linux-bing-bo, micq-sprintf-remote-bo, mysql-select-bo, shoutcast-description-bo, fw1-limited-license-dos, fw1-limited-license-dos, hp-stm-dos, linux-webmin-tmpfiles, tinyproxy-remote-bo, postaci-sql-command-injection, wwwwais-cgi-dos, mime-header-attachment, ssh-rpc-private-key, linux-glibc-preload-overwrite, inn-tmpfile-symlink, interscan-viruswall-insecure-password, interscan-viruswall-weak-authentication, ie-mshtml-dos, dhcp-format-string, win-mediaplayer-arbitrary-code, veritas-backupexec-dos, interscan-viruswall-symlink, omnihttpd-statsconfig-corrupt-files, omnihttpd-statsconfig-execute-code, icmp-pmtu-dos, icmp-pmtu-dos, splitvt-perserc-format-string, splitvt-perserc-format-string, flash-module-bo, rctab-elevate-privileges, ultraboard-cgi-perm, compaq-web-management-bo, php-htaccess-unauth-access, basilix-webmail-retrieve-files, solaris-arp-bo, php-view-source-code, wec-ntlm-authentication, spamcop-url-seq-predict, linux-wuftpd-privatepw-symlink, rdist-symlink, squid-email-symlink, linux-diffutils-sdiff-symlimk, tcpdump-arpwatch-symlink, linuxconf-vpop3d-symlink, shadow-utils-useradd-symlink, linux-glibc-read-files, gettyps-symlink, linux-gpm-symlink, linux-mgetty-symlink, linux-apache-symlink, linux-inn-symlink, conferenceroom-developer-dos, oracle-xsql-execute-code, netscreen-webui-bo, suse-reiserfs-long-filenames, interbase-backdoor-account, interbase-hidden-function-dos, brickserver-thttpd-dos, solaris-exrecover-bo, hp-inetd-swait-dos, microsoft-iis-read-files, ibm-websphere-dos, storagesoft-imagecast-dos, nai-pgp-replace-keys, http-cgi-bbs-forum, lotus-domino-directory-traversal, http-cgi-fastgraf, newsdesk-cgi-read-files, gtk-module-execute-code, and linux-tty-writable-dos.

tags | remote, web, arbitrary, cgi, php, vulnerability
systems | cisco, linux, windows, solaris, suse
SHA-256 | cea13d6f0d4961c09e9e991e92cd2eb1b0f12363f3f1a83a83696b1ee0d06ccc
xxconq.c
Posted Dec 26, 2000
Authored by vade79, realhalo | Site realhalo.org

Linux xconq v7.4.1 local exploit - Gives a gid=games shell by exploiting the -L parameter. Tested on Slackware.

tags | exploit, shell, local
systems | linux, slackware
SHA-256 | 58e72092adb49d8ae668a492bed2721cde6ad0ab1e236ba3ab3787b8b6b8d6f7
pgxconfig.sh
Posted Sep 7, 2000
Authored by Suid

TechSource Raptor GFX configurator (pgxconfig) local root exploit.

tags | exploit, local, root
SHA-256 | 140bd06c09d0ea6b4a798e42c65d0be0a4fc0368f2b3fe0d930f987e273ac0f9
012.txt
Posted Aug 2, 2000
Authored by Suid | Site suid.kg

Pgxconfig is a Raptor graphics card configuration tool for Solaris which has multiple local vulnerabilities. The environment is not sanitized and root privileges are not dropped, allowing commands to be run as root. Local root exploit included.

tags | exploit, local, root, vulnerability
systems | solaris
SHA-256 | c672d208fcfc0115d16c23ed363ad4e7466f870b510a0b15f6d338ba4c585b0c
setxconfxploit.c
Posted Jun 19, 2000
Authored by Suid | Site suid.kg

SetXConf local root exploit for Corel linux v1.0 with xconf utils.

tags | exploit, local, root
systems | linux
SHA-256 | db447881a66d9c741450d6d7e316b1bb4edd263812be29422ab468e0194719f4
setxconf.sh
Posted Mar 1, 2000
Authored by Suid

Corel xconf utils local root (among others) vulnerability.

tags | exploit, local, root
SHA-256 | f6cddf04b692fdedb8346c87a2db5002b0d59c1869dffcfc1a4715f491adcfcf
007.txt
Posted Feb 25, 2000
Authored by Suid | Site suid.kg

SUID Advisory #7 - Corel xconf utils local root (among others) vulnerability - Local users can take advantage of lack of input validation and the lack of privilege dropping to gain root access, read any file, or perform a denial of service attack on Corel Linux systems.

tags | denial of service, local, root
systems | linux
SHA-256 | e0779a0f39462f1e76553c9a16bd665c4bd32dbc04921ce7b2363ed40212fb1b
S-96-17.asc
Posted Jan 10, 2000

Subject OSF/1 dxconsole vulnerability Date 04-Apr-96

SHA-256 | 45abdfd6c66cc44b52ebb5a949b23386d44ba723ffc459a38f1fe54a9bff4d28
rhsa.1999-026-01.linuxconf
Posted Sep 23, 1999

rhsa.1999-026-01.linuxconf

systems | linux, redhat
SHA-256 | 0d37cc3ed4acbf8b30bd22525b0a9514ed60042c9cce39d64481bb22617832ee
g-18.Digital.dxconsole.security.vulnerability.asc
Posted Sep 23, 1999

g-18.Digital.dxconsole.security.vulnerability.asc

SHA-256 | b6c309756e25716ed04da77bb923b0d1af31a8c5af8ada6e63da539354f252fe
VB-96.05.dec
Posted Sep 14, 1999

Advisory from Digital Equipment about a potential security vulnerability with dxconsole for OSF/1 V2.0 thru V3.2C and pointers to patches.

SHA-256 | fc9334236ef5e26a6c009c4e3cbe1e4170f65c36e1b10217cc5b0d07ba29d860
linuxconf.txt
Posted Aug 17, 1999

Linuxconf as shipped with RedHat 5.1 contains a /tmp bug.

tags | exploit
systems | linux, redhat
SHA-256 | a36bcb5b3486549b9a761587b4999e2bfa04fe86b2343fdb6ca1639fa2a50672
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