Re: [Full-disclosure] Apache 2.2.17 exploit?





http://packetstormsecurity.org/files/25728/w000t-shell.c.html

It's a trojan, based on the w00t-shell.c code; the shell code adds a
passwordless root account under the name w000t.


Nice try though. I was not aware that this shellcode was freely available
but after debugging the same shellcode I noticed that passwordless
account.

He'll have plenty of work to do while scanning for that SSH account.
There's only 4 billion IP's to scan if he want to get all out of his
trick.


Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 15:31:29 +0100
From: d.martyn.fulldisclosure@xxxxxxxxx
To: full-disclosure@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Full-disclosure] Apache 2.2.17 exploit?

I regularly trawl Pastebin.com to find code - often idiots leave some 0day
and similar there and it is nice to find.

Well, seeing as I have no test boxes at the moment, can someone check this
code in a VM? I am not sure if it is legit or not.


http://pastebin.com/ygByEV2e

Thanks :)

~Darren
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