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IIS double UTF decoding bug (old) exploit: IIS explorer
From: full-disclosure () lists netsys com (Steve)
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 11:00:47 -0600
So how hard is it going to be to take a tool/script that only tests
localhost and modify it to test other hosts? There is really no point in
forcing localhost as it won't stop anyone.
Founder & Technical Lead
Moderator - VulnWatch
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve" <steve () videogroup com>
To: <full-disclosure () lists netsys com>
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 10:26 AM
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] IIS double UTF decoding bug (old) exploit:
On Thursday 11 July 2002 11:28 am, you wrote:
(Ok, it's an old bug but since a lot of non-geeks seem to hate updating
their IIS, there still are plenty of valid targets for this exploit.)
-- SCRIPT KIDDIE COMPATIBLE EXPLOIT ATTACHED --
The attached file IISexploere.php is my "SCRIPT KIDDIE COMPATIBLE"
for the double urldecoding bug in IIS. (It's a modified version of
PHPexplorer, also written by yours truly ;)
Berend-Jan Wever aka SkyLined
Since it looks like we are going to have tools to test holes, the policy
only releasing ones designing to test your own system for flaws, needs to
in. As Berend says we don't need to make it any easier for script kiddies.
Also, this list is going to have script kiddies on it so people needs to
kept aware of not posting specifics about their network which can then be
used to root them. Too often I see people giving out all sorts of
about their network on lists thinking there are only white hats on it.
V.P. Information Technology
Video Group Distributors, Inc.
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