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The Art of Assembly Language | 2001-05-05 01:25:04
Free online book about assembly language in PDF format. Highly recommended for begginers in assembly.

Hacker Crackdown | 2001-05-03 23:17:24
Free e-book by Bruce Sterling about hacker crackdown of 1990. In this book you will find information about Operation Sundenvil, some things about LOD and other hacking groups which were active in late 80's and early 90's and, of course, about Martin Luther King Day Crash.

If you have read Hackers Encylopedia and you like it, then this is another "must read" file for you.

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Windows 2000 / IIS 5.0 + SP1 Internet Printing Protocol vulnerability test. | 2001-05-03 23:13:23
Causes a memory leak and reports whether or not the remote site is vulnerable, but does not contain shellcode. By Wanderley
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EnGarde Secure Linux Security Advisory: openssl vulnerabilities | 2001-05-03 00:44:30
"There are four potential vulnerabilities
in the version of openssl which shipped
with EnGarde Secure Linux version 1.0.1."

Border Manager 3.5 DoS exploit | 2001-05-02 14:38:28
Novell Border Manager Enterprise Edition 3.5 remote denial of service attack. This exploit sends 256+ SYN's to TCP port 353. Made by Honoriak.
Download this exploit.

Immunix OS Security update for gnupg | 2001-05-01 15:25:50
"A new version of GnuPG, 1.0.5, has been released that fixes a number of bugs and security problems, including a widely-publicized vulnerability that makes it easier for the attacker to recover your private key if they can steal your key ring. As always, the confidentiality of your key ring is paramount to the security of public key encryption."

KDE Libraries 2.1.2 Released | 2001-05-01 15:16:53
The KDE Project today announced the release of kdelibs 2.1.2, a security and bugfix release of the core KDE libraries. The other core KDE packages, including kdebase, have not been updated. The KDE Project recommends that all KDE users upgrade to kdelibs 2.1.2 and KDE 2.1.1.

ftp.server.025.txt | 2001-05-01 00:00:01
A bug in FTP server v0.25 for Windows 9x/NT has a bug which allows remote users to download and view any file on the system. By Andris K

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RaidenFTPD Directory Traversal Vulnerability | 2001-04-30 23:47:45
Raiden FTPD is susceptible to directory traversal attacks using multiple dots in submitted commands specifying file paths...

Assembler tutorial | 2001-04-29 01:43:47
Gavin's guide to 80x86 assembly. This is another "must read" text file, provided by Platon.

Hackers Encyclopedia | 2001-04-28 02:55:30
Here is a detailed Hackers Encyclopedia containing information about the most famous hackers know.
It's a "must read".

Feds warn of May Day attacks on U.S. Web sites | 2001-04-27 18:01:53
Federal authorities warn that U.S. Web sites and e-mail servers are coming under an increasing number of attacks and that the malicious hacking could escalate in the next few days because of upcoming memorial days in China. | 2001-04-24 23:13:55
TalkBack.cgi directory traversal remote exploit. By Nemeslly.
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Exploit devastates WinNT/2K security | 2001-04-24 23:01:30
By , The Register


New text added in text archive | 2001-04-22 20:44:33

Understanding IP Addressing: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know - By Chuck Semeria

This white paper is now available in the 3 pdf's below. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these files. To download Adobe Acrobat please click here.

Pages 1 - 21
Pages 22 - 43
Pages 44 - 65


Samba Insecure TMP file Symbolic Link Vulnerability | 2001-04-21 22:15:24
Samba is a flexible file sharing packaged maintained by the Samba development group. It provides interoperatability between UNIX and Microsoft Windows systems, permitting the sharing of files and printing services...

NASA hacker, on bail, arrested for using stolen credit cards | 2001-04-21 07:48:32
The man who in November pleaded guilty to hacking into NASA computers is in trouble with the FBI again. Jason Allen Diekman, 20 was arrested for using stolen credit card numbers to transfer money through Western Union Corp.
Diekman is scheduled to make his first appearance on wire-fraud charges this afternoon in US District Court in Los Angeles, said Thom Mrozek, spokesman for the US Attorney's Office.

New text added in text archive | 2001-04-20 00:24:29

VMware symlink problems | 2001-04-19 20:57:54
There is symlink vulnerability in the script which comes with lates VMware. For description and exploit download click here.

Oracle 8 denial of service exploit | 2001-04-19 20:47:05
This is a little perl-script, which makes TNSLSNR80.EXE consume all available cpu-time so the computer becomes unusable. It works on Oracle 8 servers running Windows NT 4.0 (SP6) and does not require any authentication credentials to succeed.

Netscape SmartDownload 1.3 Buffer Overflow Vulnerability | 2001-04-19 03:34:08
Successfully exploiting the buffer overflow in sdph20.dll would allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code as the currently logged in user. In Windows 95/98/Me, this means privileged access to all resources on the target host.

Trustix Secure Linux Security Advisory - samba | 2001-04-19 03:24:40
Samba up to version 2.0.7 uses mktemp(3) for creation of temporary files. This allows malicious local users to alter contents of other files on the system, and potentially gain superuser privileges.

iplanet calendar server 5.0p2 exposes Netscape Admin Server | 2001-04-19 03:15:51
The standard install of iPlanet Calendar server stores the NAS LDAP admin username and password in plaintext in the word readable file.

BubbleMon 1.31 permission vulnerability | 2001-04-16 21:21:59
Users can execute programs/shellscript by clicking on the bubblemon app. Bubblemon is installed sgid kmem on FreeBSD and does not drop its egid before executing programs.

Remote BSD ftpd exploit (revised) | 2001-04-16 21:16:24
Here is a new version of turkey.c which fixes a design issue in the socket i/o which caused it to unnecessarily fail on a lot of systems. You must have an account on the system to be able to use the exploit. You could theoretically be an anonymous user with access to a writeable directory, but it would require a chroot break, which is not included in the exploit. To download, click here.

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