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From: jan.muenther at nruns.com (Jan Muenther)
Subject: Automated SSH login attempts?

Hey Valdis,

> It's more likely that there's one version, making noise and very rarely finding
> a box with stupid passwords.  It's possible there's another rare version that
> tries several stupid passwords and a few old SSH vulnerabilities.  Is there
> *any* reliable evidence (even a single box) that appears to have been nailed by
> a new exploit?

Hm, as of this frauder binary, I have my strong doubts... looked at it, and 
it's a plain brute forcer / banner grabber which is statically linked against
SSH-2.0-libssh-0.1. No magic visible, at least not in the given timeframe, and 
my gut feeling is that that's it. 

> 
> I'll gladly change my mind, but it will take somebody actually finding a
> box running a *recent* SSH and had guest/test/and_so_on properly secured,
> and the attack *still* got in....

I assume in the aforementioned takeovers other factors were involved. 

Cheers, J.



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