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From: full-disclosure at (Dave M. Wilson)
Subject: RE: 7350reass - alleged *BSD remote kernel exploit

On Tue, Oct 22, 2002 at 07:32:42PM +0200, Janusz Niewiadomski wrote:

> Yet another, not interesting trojan horse which you probably don't
> want to run. One minute analysis is available at:
> for those who interested.

Thanks for that. I had straced it half-heartidly inside a chroot to see
what would happen, and it SEGV'd. At least I now know it was worth
covering my back :).

I notice you have a 'plaintext' copy of the binary -- is there a no-fuss
method for decrypting burneye binaries? Thanks,


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