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s0ftpr0ject 99 is a security team founded in the summer of 1997. Its research team is fully dedicated to study, describe and resolve security problems related to the network and digital worlds. Tools and documentation available on this site are meant to be used only in order to improve your security and privacy, and not as a way to harm anybody. Any use of the available material that goes against the laws of any state is not condoned by s0ftpr0ject 99, which also cannot be held responsible for any misuse. s0ftpr0ject 99 absolutely dissociates itself from any cracking/hacking/phreaking group that may claim to be in any way collaborating with us. If YOU are going against the law, WE will never have any relation with you. Any remark should be addressed to staff@s0ftpj.org, and abuses reported immediately, with all the necessary informations, to abuse@s0ftpj.org. Also, due to recent facts happened in our country, we point out that we strictly dissociate from any terroristic or eversive groups and their destabilizing and highly deprecable actions. If you, the visitor, are somehow offended by the contents of the site, we ask you to leave this site immediately, and don't go on accessing, reading or downloading anything here. On the other hand, by accessing the main page, you agree with this disclaimer and must consider yourself responsible for any use you make of the informations contained inside. Also, who is currently hosting our page and our mirrors cannot be legally sued for its content.
spf.c
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, vecna | Site s0ftpj.org

Simple Packet Forwarder for Linux on the datalink level. Uses Libvsk.

systems | linux
MD5 | 621f5cd81e4b6086bfe950368778e6a6
libvsk-1.0.tar.gz
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, vecna | Site s0ftpj.org

Libvsk is a set of libraries for network traffic manipulation from userlevel, with some functions of filtering/sniffing.

MD5 | 03b859947702e03b90805a396d85183f
smonitor.tar.gz
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Syscall Monitor for FreeBSD - Using this tool you are allowed to monitor the use of the syscalls on your system and to prevent their execution for the specified users/groups.

systems | freebsd
MD5 | aeb3c22d03b85b81f229dea7e57eb14c
securelvl.tgz
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Securelevel Bypass - This kld gives you permission to load/unload a kld and modify a sysctl value even if you aren't root and securelevel is higher than 0.

tags | root
MD5 | 7e09e9214328484326990e89f0fb198f
aasniff.tar.gz
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, vecna | Site s0ftpj.org

Anti Anti Sniffer Patch - Linux kernel patches to hide a sniffer from the most known anti-sniffers.

tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | 864e1c903014d25f0b1e5c91a79785b2
kstat.tar.gz
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, FuSyS | Site s0ftpj.org

Kstat is a tool for Linux which can find an attacker in your system by a direct analysis of the kernel via /dev/kmem, bypassing the hiding techniques of the intruder (kernel static recompilation/use of LKMs). Kstat can find the syscalls which were modified by a LKM, list the linked LKMs, query one or all the network interfaces of the system, list all the processes and much more.

tags | kernel
systems | linux
MD5 | f6314c81beecea2df666f5c49f166c38
ksec.tar.gz
Posted Jan 4, 2001
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Ksec (Kernel Security Checker) is a tool for FreeBSD and OpenBSD which can find an attacker by direct analysis of the kernel via /dev/mem, bypassing the hiding techniques of the intruder (kernel static recompilation/use of LKMs). KSec can find the modified syscalls from userspace, detect the promisc interfaces, find the modifications applied to a protocol and much more.

tags | kernel, protocol
systems | freebsd, openbsd
MD5 | d084d77610110ba6fa0784418443629b
sinto.c
Posted Nov 29, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, vecna | Site s0ftpj.org

Sinto.c is an interactive tty hijacker for Linux.

systems | linux
MD5 | a74319ef64630e2a3d3494dcd6f96e72
obsd_ipfhack.c
Posted May 25, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

LKM for OpenBSD which makes ipfilter always accept packets from a certain IP.

systems | openbsd
MD5 | 152172a4150816265d58039a7e404402
obsd_nospoof.c
Posted May 23, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Anti-spoofing lkm for OpenBSD via setsockopt() - detects and logs IP header manipulation.

tags | spoof
systems | openbsd
MD5 | 29ccce542461940624e0353917b43a0f
obsd_obscura.c
Posted May 23, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Total obscurity for BPF Promisc Mode. OpenBSD Port.

systems | openbsd
MD5 | 2a1531337ab8059845db579358fa3212
sock.c
Posted May 22, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

SRaw for FreeBSD ( sock.c ) - Enables all users to open raw sockets.

systems | freebsd
MD5 | fe4b6efeed4426441e7e3672834666b6
ipfhack.c
Posted May 22, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

LKM for FreeBSD which makes ipfilter always accept packets from a certain IP.

systems | freebsd
MD5 | 3eeebbc3a32fda0cfed1a8b824b91b12
oMBRa.c
Posted May 5, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, FuSyS | Site s0ftpj.org

Linux kernel 2.2.x implementation of the CaRoGNa 2.0.x module Secret technique of the divine HOKUHACKO school [ Hokuto No Ken rules ;)] Sacred Strike of the Modular Renewal that bumps root down.

tags | kernel, root
systems | linux
MD5 | 42718d42c8967fcdf62650d647e4424a
N0Sp00f.c
Posted May 5, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, FuSyS | Site s0ftpj.org

Simple module to prevent lame people from using your box as a launch base for spoofed ip packets. Intercepts the socketcall() system call looking for the IP_HDRINCL parameter passed via setsockopt().

tags | spoof
MD5 | d75f42fbe84717789145d2ac2bdf1c4c
LuCe.c
Posted May 5, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, FuSyS | Site s0ftpj.org

Linux Loadable Kernel Module to keep an eye on the system, and add security 'on the fly' to a prexisting running box. Contains a simple implementation of BSD securelevels, while waiting for the official 'in-distro' arrival of Linux Capabilities [POSIX 1.e] in 2.4.x and strong ACLs.

tags | kernel
systems | linux, bsd, osx
MD5 | 6d45601756c7bd61466fd81365d98854
udp_spoof_detect.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

DETECT UDP SP00FiNG ON OUR FREEBSD BOX VIA KLD.

tags | udp
systems | freebsd
MD5 | 60ca24d54f0af45281bd803a2872f1bb
sec_lkm.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

LKM Detector - This module lets you a compare between a syscall & its kernel function, so you can detect any lkm which modifies your system. More documentation available here.

tags | kernel
MD5 | 4e1b0504e4fda8949438eef407231207
scns.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

s0ftpj snmp community name sniffer.

MD5 | 64d11e37b41195d8296d46a08b78702f
raw_ip.c.diff
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

IP_HDRINCL protection beta version 1.

MD5 | ba2fa75ab5d9b47db5ec5f72b25f67dc
obscura.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Total obscurity for BPF Promisc Mode.

MD5 | 65900333453657ee11bb728a1ca18714
knstat_freebsd.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

This simple source code uses sysctlbyname() to fetch statistics for a protocol that you can use for security purposes or for kernel testing.

tags | kernel, protocol
MD5 | fbb0c43d5b6b7a83551bd7c3a6665bc7
kcheck.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

IGMP/ICMP/IPIP/IDP/RSVP/IPIP/IPPROTO_RAW KERNEL CHECKER.

tags | kernel
MD5 | f1bd4cdbfbaff4500c5d2246177a3151
fbsdnospoof.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Anti-spoofing lkm for FreeBSD via setsockopt() - detects and logs IP header manipulation.

tags | spoof
systems | freebsd
MD5 | 28aa34facd8f7a86b9811e2bb464b061
fbsd_sub_udp_input.c
Posted May 4, 2000
Authored by s0ftpj, Pigpen | Site s0ftpj.org

Simple Example of log for bad packets.

MD5 | e439b0d8f1d81c35ab09608ca0b56782
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