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RE: Windows 2000 .printer remote overflow proof of concept exploit....
From: "Christopher Gerg" <gerg () berbee com>
Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 08:08:02 -0500

That root.exe sploit is actually the Solaris sadmind/ IIS Unicode worm.
I've been on several incident responses at client sites and have seen it.
It zombifies a Solaris box using the sadmind exploit (shame on them) and
then scans a range of addresses for IIS b0x3n that are vulnerable to the
Unicode exploit (again, shame!).  It copies cmd.exe to the scripts directory
and runs a search and change for index.htm index.asp default.htm and
index.asp and changes them to an anti -USA government (and anti spiderbox)
message.

Christopher Gerg
Network Security Engineer
Berbee
608.298.1116
Page: 608.376.4658
Email: gerg () berbee com
Fax: 608.288.3007
Berbee...putting the E in business

-----Original Message-----
From: Joshua Dodds [mailto:jdodds () bevelander nl]
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 4:05 AM
To: BUGTRAQ () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: Windows 2000 .printer remote overflow proof of concept
exploit....




It's out there. I've seen logs indicating the attacker put a "root.exe"
file
on the IIS5 host and then were able to issue a command to run this file via
the overflow. I don't have any more specific information on the contents of
the root.exe file or the exact script used, etc. at this time.

root.exe is just cmd.exe copied to root.exe!  doh!

-jd


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