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Why would he just do that range? x. I shoot a quick note off to the list, asking if anyone outside 56-112 is getting hit. Well, that’s boring. 255. What a waste of a 0-day. x isn’t going to be happy today. Every new copy of the worm is going to pound on them first. Other worms have shown pretty well that either a strictly random IP or some local affinity algorithm is much better than a sequential scan. Some even use a hard-coded list of first octets (where all the Windows boxes are clustered), which works pretty well.
It’s not called the “Swiss army knife for networks” for no reason. Setting up my netcat listener on port 5000, I then used the netcat on the Windows host to connect in. This can be so much fun! qxd 14 4/18/03 6:20 PM Page 14 Chapter 1 • Hide and Sneak Now, this provided me with a better command-line interface. exe program to dump the host SAM, which might come in handy. I dumped the host SAM and downloaded the output to my system, where I could run it through John the Ripper to crack some passwords.
For whatever reason, that module parses the charset stuff itself. It overwrites a retr address, so it’s easy to exploit. The worm jumps into the buffer just after the retr overwrite, into a little noop sled. Doesn’t look like the sled is really necessary, though. If you want your own version of the exploit, all you have to do is just paste in your code after the noops. This worm is going to be nasty. Another bad day for Microsoft. :) -MRX Oh man. This thing is starting to spread fast, too. Heh, have you ever been close to tragedy?
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