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Re: [Argeniss] Data0: Next generation malware for stealing databases (Paper)
From: reepex <reepex () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 17:52:46 -0600

so you can .. read login details to databases, login to them, steal their
records, and then send them out? .. thanks for this ... groundbreaking
research

we hope that your next pdf will contain how to sniff telnet sessions and
then "automatically hack" something something something

anyway um .. great job

On Nov 22, 2007 5:57 AM, Cesar <cesarc56 () yahoo com> wrote:

Hey, I'm releasing this new paper, not big deal but
interesting.
http://www.argeniss.com/research/Data0.pdf

Abstract:
This paper it's about Data0, a fictitious (or not)
simple PoC of new malware that after it's
deployed on a computer in an internal network it will
automatically hack database servers and
steal their data. Several techniques used by Data0
will be detailed. Data0 will be targeting
Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle Database Server two of
the most used database servers.
While Data0 could be used by the bad guys for evil
purposes, it could also be used by security
professionals and organizations to determine how
strong networks, workstations, database
servers, etc. are against this kind of attack.
This paper is not intended to be a cook book for cyber
criminals, it's intended to show people
that by implementing simple techniques malware can
become "smarter" and cause a lot more
damage in a very near future.


Cesar.



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