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From: borg at hush.com (borg@...h.com)
Subject: Re: Odd SEARCH Requests

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> I posted links because the requests are huge.  If anyone else has seen
> these requests, or might have any other info on it let me know.  It

> could possibly be ASN.1 related, but not sure.  I tried the same
  > request against a fully patched windows 2003 box with ISS 6.0
    > running, but nothing happened

I get these requests probably 6-10 times a day to my apache server. One
of the ASN exploits floating around typically looks like this
("192.168.0.119 - - [02/Apr/2004:09:22:57 -0500] "\x16\x03" 501 - "-"
"-"")  in your apache logs, however that exploit generally isnt directed
at a webserver because its netbios related exploit. So im not entirely
sure it has anything to do with ASN. I must admit im a bit behind on
MS exploits and vulns, i honestly dont care for that OS world. If memory
serves me correctly, it might be a variation of the webdav exploit. Hope
this helps.

borg (ChrisR-) www.cr-secure.net
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