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Netscape Enterprise Server 4 Method and URI overflow | 2001-05-20 13:26:51
By sending an invalid method or URI request of 4022 bytes Netscape Enterprise Server will stop responding to requests. Read More for exploit info.

IIS WebDav Lock Method Memory Leak DoS Vulnerability | 2001-05-20 02:37:10
Microsoft IIS 5.0 is vulnerable to a denial of service attack...

Sen. Kerry: Online taxes, privacy changes coming | 2001-05-19 18:49:43
Creating a fair playing field for both online and off-line businesses will require some level of Internet taxation and the ability by online companies to gather personal user data for advertising purposes, Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) said.

Research in Motion secures e-mail patent | 2001-05-19 18:38:05
Research in Motion, the company that makes the popular Blackberry handheld computer, will soon be seeding other companies' products with its technology.

Tools for your networking pleasure... | 2001-05-19 17:05:24
Once weekly, we are adding tools and updating tools in our database to satisfy your downloading pleasure :-)
Once again, there is a new version of Ethereal and Sara. Also, we have added Wininterrogate.

Solaris and IP Filter: How to Make Them Your NAT solution | 2001-05-19 16:16:19
So, you are one of those 'lucky' system administrators in a shop that just spent the last dime of your limited budget on a new file server, and you don't get any more money until the next calendar year. And you were just hit by a hacker from the outside because you don't have any perimeter protection. To make matters even worse, you have only one or two assigned public IP addresses to access the Internet.

Virus attacks Echelon | 2001-05-19 16:04:11
UK-based anti-virus outfit Sophos is reporting a new variant of the LoveBug Outlook worm which contains a large amount of hidden text, apparently designed to attract the US National Security Agency's Echelon spy satellite network and overload it.

Red Hat Security Advisory: Updated gnupg packages available | 2001-05-19 02:34:36
Updated gnupg packages are now available for Red Hat Linux 6.2, 7, and 7.1. These updates address a potential vulnerability which could allow an attacker to compute a user's secret key.

McAfee Remote Desktop Denial of Service Vulnerability | 2001-05-19 02:10:18
McAfee Remote Desktop is a remote access utility for Microsoft Windows 9x/ME/NT systems...

MS IIS Denial of Service exploit | 2001-05-16 20:37:46
This is an exploit for vulnerability which is covered in Microsoft Security Advisory MS01-026.

Beej's Guide to Network Programming | 2001-05-16 01:08:52

Great tutorial about socket programming in C.


DCForum Password File Manipulation Vulnerability | 2001-05-16 00:39:56
DCForum is a popular CGI to create message boards on web sites. It is vulnerable to an attack which will grant a remote attacker the status of DCForum administrator, which can then be used to execute arbitrary commands on the server.

IRIX Remote Buffer Overflow | 2001-05-15 23:27:52
ISS X-Force has discovered a buffer overflow in the "rpc.espd" component of the Embedded Support Partner (ESP) subsystem. ESP is installed and enabled by default on all current SGI IRIX installations.

Microsoft IIS CGI Filename Decode Error Vulnerability | 2001-05-15 23:14:31
NSFOCUS Security Team has found a vulnerability in filename processing of CGI program in MS IIS4.0/5.0. CGI filename is decoded twice by error. Exploitation of this vulnerability, intruder may run arbitrary system command.

US officials snub EU Echelon fact finders | 2001-05-14 01:25:35
An EU team investigating Echelon, the US-run surveillance system allegedly used to help US companies win foreign contracts, was yesterday snubbed by the Bush administration.
A delegation from the European Parliament investigating the existence and impact of a global satellite surveillance system operated by the United States and other English-speaking allies abruptly ended a fact-finding visit to Washington, DC, yesterday, after some Bush administration officials refused to meet with the group.

Tools | 2001-05-13 16:15:28
New tools finally added, also some older files got updated. "Read More" for description and download info.

Solaris/IIS worm takes off | 2001-05-12 20:11:50
The quite reliable hacker tracker is reporting that nearly nine thousand machines had been auto-defaced by the sadmind/IIS worm as of Tuesday, making it one of the most effective little scripts ever loosed on the Net.

Securing Linux with AIDE | 2001-05-12 20:06:05
It is often difficult to assess damage from an intrusion through syslogs and good old-fashioned sysadmin work alone. The good news is that there are tools available to help assist in this battle, tools known as host-based intrusion detection systems. There are numerous versions of this type of software (Tripwire, Tiger), but this article is going to discuss one in particular that can be used to help secure various types of UNIX operating systems - AIDE. This article will specifically discuss the ways that AIDE can be used to protect a Linux workstation.

Windows 2000 Service pack 2? | 2001-05-12 11:34:33
The much anticipated second service pack for Windows 2000 is ready for download. The file is 101 MB in size. "Read More" for download information.

Andrisk Security Advisory 2# | 2001-05-11 23:13:02
Cerberus FTP Server 1.05 for Windows 9x/NT allows remote users without accounts to view any file on the server. By Andris K

Samba 2.0.9 released | 2001-05-11 09:17:02
The recent vulnerability in Samba version 2.0.7 wasn't fixed in version 2.0.8. Now, it's time to upgrade again. "Read More" for download locations.

Immunix OS Security Advisory - samba | 2001-05-11 09:13:25
A temp file race has been found in the all release of samba prior to 2.0.9. This could allow any local malicious user to get administrator privileges on a machine running samba. The Samba team has released a patch to fix this.

Linux-Mandrake 8.0 | 2001-05-11 00:53:41
The virtues of Mandrake are well known to most: easy to install, up-to-the-minute packages, well-optimized, and generally solid. Brian Proffitt says Mandrake 8.0 continues that tradition, but notes that the distribution is attempting to straddle a line between bleeding-edge software and the need of newbies for stability that may prove harmful to the distribution's long-term success.

IBM e-commerce servers vulnerable to hacks | 2001-05-08 23:59:42

IBM Corp. on Wednesday posted an advisory on its Web site that alerted customers to a tool that could potentially decrypt administrator and customer passwords residing on servers that use some IBM e-commerce software.

New text added in text archive | 2001-05-08 22:33:44
Teach yourself C in 21 days: [Download]

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