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Re: [PATCH] Replace kibuvDetection.nse with service matchline
From: Brandon Enright <bmenrigh () ucsd edu>
Date: Sun, 25 May 2008 22:26:34 +0000

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On Sun, 25 May 2008 17:07:28 -0500 or thereabouts Kris Katterjohn
<katterjohn () gmail com> wrote:

+match backdoor m|^220 (Stny|fuck)Ftpd 0wns j0\r?\n| p/Kibuv.b worm/
i/**BACKDOOR**/ o/Windows/

Hi Kris,

Good change.  We used to have so many hundreds of these infections a
few years ago that this banner is permanently ingrained in my memory :-(

A few points which I don't think will help find more of these but I'll
put down here anyways.

* As far as I know the "fuck" variant was just a hex-edited version
that replace Stny that didn't spread anywhere close to as much as the

* I'm pretty sure not all variants used the same capitalization on Stny
or Ftpd.

* This banner was so well known and well matched that later variants
would randomly replace some characters in the banner with '.' like so:

"220 S.ny.tp. ..ns .0"

* Later variants started to replace all chars with periods like so:

"220 ........ .... .."

This malware is old enough and rare enough now that it probably doesn't
matter but we might try adding a second match line after your first one
like so:

match backdoor m|^220 [Sf.][tu.][nc.][yk.][.F][t.][p.][d.] [0.][w.][n.][s.] [j.][0.]\r?\n|i p/Generic Kibuv worm/ 
i/**BACKDOOR**/ o/Windows/


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