Re: [Full-disclosure] Modifying SSH to Capture Login Credentials from Attackers
- From: "my.hndl" <my.hndl@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 16:37:52 -0700
Follow up posted, which includes:
- analysis of some tools most likely used against me
- information on an operator of a botnet very similar to the one that was
- code samples, screenshots, etc.
On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 12:25 PM, my.hndl <my.hndl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If you've ever had your SSH server dictionary attacked and wondered what_______________________________________________
usernames / passwords the attackers were trying...
I've posted detailed instructions on modifying openssh on Ubuntu 9.04 in
order to log username / password attempts made by bots. This information
can then be used to track down the tools / dictionaries being used against
you, and may even lead to discovery of IRC command & control channels used
by the botnet herders/masters (the topic of my next post).
Full username / password logs included for your enjoyment:
Intended for novices interested in honeypots.
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