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From: tobias at weisserth.de (Tobias Weisserth)
Subject: a little help needed with identifying a
	rootkit

Hi Jan,

Am Die, den 13.01.2004 schrieb jan.muenther@...ns.com um 20:41:
> Howdy, 
> 
> I basically have *no* time at the moment, so I just had a very very quick
> look at these things. 

Thanks for that quick look! :-)

> > The biggest file you can find on this machine in this directory is a
> > gzipped file which probably contains a rootkit of some sort. The SuSE
> > list is still trying to figure out what the rest does/is and how this
> > fits into the "big picture".
> 
> 'i' is a statically linked version of the do_brk() local root exploit. 
> Both i.txt and ii.txt appear to be some php injection 'exploits'. 
> 
> 'n' is a statically linked version of netcat. 
> 
> 'rhs' appears to be a statically linked version of the 'rs.c' thingy, which
> kicks back a shell to a host/port that you specify. 
> 
> The perl scripts are amazingly lame backdoors. 
> 
> I have too much work to look at the rootkit, sorry.

This is already more than I have hoped for. Thanks VERY much!

I haven't had the chance to look at something like this in the past so
these pointers really are speeding up things. Thanks.

kind regards from Brussels,

Tobias W.


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