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News September 2000
30 September 2000

New Trojan:
Exploiter 1.1 delta by ap0calaps.

Patch Available for "Simplified Chinese IME State Recognition".
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in Microsoft(r) Windows(r) 2000. The vulnerability could allow a malicious user to gain complete control over an affected machine. Read more

ZDNet:
Ex-cracker slams UK cybercrime law. Read more

It-director:
US Air Traffic Safety Fears Vulnerable to Hackers? Read more

UK.Internet:
BT Talk21 wide open to hackers. Read more

BetaNews:
Multi-Attack Virus Discovered By Norman Data Defence. Read more

Vnunet:
Hackers attack techie site Slashdot. Read more

AntiOnline:
Hackers' Price Tag: $266 Million. Read more

CNet:
Hackers lead attack on Slashdot.org. Read more

Wanted:
Doly 1.1
Naebi 2.19 (is not complete in archive)

29 September 2000


New Trojan:
BioNet 2.9.1b by Zmnd.

Matrix worm. This worm is extremely prolific and spreads fast.

Trend Micro:
TROJ_IGMNUKE. Read more

LinuxToday:
Slashdot Database Compromised by 'White Hat' Hackers. Read more

CRN:
Mitnick Talks Corporate Security. Read more

ZDNet:
Hackers could threaten U.S. skies. Read more

Wanted:
Doly 1.1
Naebi 2.19 (is not complete in archive)

28 September 2000


New Trojan:
RUX The TIc.K.Original written by PhilippP, modified by AGM65Maverick.

Trend Micro:
PE_ILUVBRITNEY
Read more

Top 20 Virus Report. Read more

TheRegister:
US Air Traffic Control system vulnerable to hackers. Read more

SecurityPortal:
Hiring Hackers: Why it Might Not Be Such a Good Idea. Read more

UsaToday:
Experts predict rash of hack attacks. Read more

TheRegister:
FBI consultant pleads guilty to hacking. Read more

27 September 2000


New Trojan:
Snid X3 by Spok & Sug@rush.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-068):
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in Microsoft(r) Windows Media Player (WMP) 7 but primarily affects e-mail applications. The net effect of the vulnerability is that it could enable a malicious user to create an e-mail that, when closed after being read, could cause the e-mail application to fail. Read more

CNet:
Georgi Guninski: IE 5.5 hole lets hackers into personal records. Read more

BetaNews:
ISS Warns Of New Denial Of Service Hacker Utilities. Read more

ZDNet:
Ex-NSA expert warns of concealed backdoors. Read more

NetImperative:
Cisco aims to outwit hackers. Read more

26 September 2000


New Trojan:
Sysmon by Bomber_guy_uk

About Noknok 8.0. Read more

TrendMicro:
PE_CRAZYPC.30030. This destructive Windows executable virus overwrites all .exe files found in the Windows directory with its own codes. Read more

New Variants of Trinity and Stacheldraht Distributed Denial of Service Tools

ZDNet:
Children are latest cyberthreat warns security firm. Read more

SecurityPortal:
Linux Viruses: Scanner Placement. Read more

LinuxSecurity:
Linux Security from a Windows Security Expert's Perspective. Read more

Sjmercury:
Hacker breaks into Disney computer. Read more

Independent:
Spooked in a game of cat and mouse between a hacker and the Feds. Read more

Yahoo:
Ex-FBI Computer Informant Pleads Guilty to Hacking. Read more

25 September 2000


New Trojan:
Noknok 8.0

New RAT, called 711, made by WH, is comming out soon. Read more

Weekly Microsoft Security Digest 2000/09/18 to 2000/09/24. Read more

Weekly Linux Security Digest 2000/09/18 to 2000/09/24. Read more

Weekly BSD Security Digest 2000/09/18 to 2000/09/24. Read more

Weekly Solaris Security Digest 2000/09/18 to 2000/09/24. Read more

Weekly Check Point Security Digest 2000/09/18 to 2000/09/24. Read more

Weekly Executive Security Digest - 2000/09/18 to 2000/09/24. Read more

Samag.com:
Installing and Configuring OpenSSH. Read more

New blow to internet banking security. Read more

CNN:
Experts wonder what makes new computer virus tick. Read more

Ananova:
Teenage hacker now regrets his 'fun'. Read more

ComputerUser:
Two Hackers Go Down In Flames. Read more

24 September 2000


New Trojan:
Teman 1.0 by ZKA.

AVP Updates 22 september 2000

Trends in virus writing and anti-virus technology. 32BitsOnline:
Two Hackers Go Down In Flames. Read more

LinuxSecurity:
Carnivore FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). Read more

Ireland.com:
First hand-held computer virus found. Read more

23 September 2000


New Trojan:
Backage 3.1.1 by Ne-O-Sk8

Icqrinfo is a tool that reads out information stored in ICQ .DAT files. It works for ICQ 99a/b and 2000a.

PCWorld:
Fear the worm. Read more

ECommerceTimes:
NASA Hackers Go Down In Flames. Read more

ABCNews:
15-Year-Old Admits Hacking NASA Computers. Read more

ZDNet:
Patch available for first Palm virus. Read more

22 September 2000


New Trojans:
Exploiter 1.0
Son of Psychward 01

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-067):
On September 14, 2000, Microsoft released the original version of this bulletin, which was revised the following day to advise of a problem with the patch. On September 21, 2000, a new version of the patch was released, and the bulletin was updated to advise of its availability. Microsoft recommends that all customers, including those who applied the original version of the patch, apply the new version. The patch eliminates a security vulnerability in the telnet client that ships with Microsoft Windows 2000. The vulnerability could, under certain circumstances, allow a malicious user to obtain cryptographically protected logon credentials from another user. Read more

List of different fake ISoaQ-related pages and personalities. Read more

VNUNET:
Fuel protest hacker Herbless quits. Read more

Salon.com:
Teenage hacker gets six-month jail sentence. Read more

Telekomnet:
White hat hackers break into VA benefits computers. Read more

TheRgister:
Hackers target US-Russian exercise. Read more

CNet:
Hackers snub $10,000 music security contest. Read more

NandoTimes:
Veterans Affairs computers vulnerable to hackers. Read more

German:
Polizei verfolgt Surf-Betrger. Read more

21 September 2000


New Trojan:
WANRemote 3.0

Symantic:
VBS.Disabled.Worm. Read more

Antivirus.com:
VBS_Colombia Read more

ZDNet:
Have you been hacked? Then strike back. Read more

ZDNet:
Open-source version of Carnivore ready to go. Read more

Ananova:
Bank criticised after hacker breaches website. Read more

VNUNET:
German hacker bids to join internet board. Read more

HSBC hacked in protest over fuel crisis. Read more

AntiOnline:
Shenzhen Cracks Down on Illegal Web Sites. Read more

20 September 2000


New Trojan:
Cyber Takeover by Co3(The Notorios Mac). Thanks to ISO.

SecurityPortal:
Linux Viruses: Overview. Read more

CNN:
Hackers reject $10,000 offer to break code. Read more

NewsBytes:
Hacker Defaces 720 Web Sites - Update. Read more

TheRegister:
Auction Web site offers $25,000 hacker bounty. Read more

ZDNet:
White House hosts Net security summit. Read more

19 September 2000


New Trojan:
Fixed SubSeven server.
This server is to repair the problem of not receiving ip notifications on icq.
ICQ banned pagers from sub7 and various other trojans by banning on a different criteria.
The criteria that they were banning on icq banned pagers from sub7 and various other trojans have now been identified. This is a fixed version. Download

Check out this security site: Ex0n Industries.

NAI:
VBS/Funny Virus - This is a VBScript worm with virus qualities. This worm will arrive in an email message with this format: Subject "Funny Story", Message "", Attachment "FUNNY_STORY.HTM.vbs". Read more

CNet:
New strain of "Love" virus steals passwords. Read more

Asia.internet.com:
Chinese Hackers Go Legit, Announce Security Flaws In Top Site. Read more

Wired:
The Internet Is Falling ... Not! Read more

18 September 2000


New Trojan:
Connection 1.2

RAT Cracker 1.40 by The ExCon.

Weekly Microsoft Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Weekly Linux Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Weekly BSD Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Weekly Solaris Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Weekly Check Point Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Weekly Executive Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Weekly Axent Security Digest - 2000/09/11 to 2000/09/17. Read more

Release of Nmap 2.54BETA5. Download

Antivirus.com:
TROJ_QAZ.A. Read more

ZDNet:
IKEA Web site hacked. Read more

CNN:
Can viruses be used for good instead of evil? Read more

Montreal Gazette:
A guide to nasty worms and viruses. Read more

The Register:
160+ UK Web sites defaced over petrol tax. Read more

ZDNet:
Hack alert: Where's the outrage? Read more

ZDNet:
'Netspionage' costs firms millions. Read more

17 September 2000


New Trojan:
B.R.E.A.C.H PRO 1.0 by -[FrEaK + HYBRiD]

Linux Today:
Hackers Amass New Zombie Army. Read more

Linux Today:
So-called hackers: please grow up. Read more

ComputerUser:
UK Anti-Smoking Protester Hacks Over 100 Web Sites. Read more

TechWeb:
McAfee.com Adds To Anti-Virus Arsenal. Read more

Slashdot:
Crackers Preparing Massive DDoS? Read more

16 September 2000


New Trojan:
GIP 1.08

ComputerWorld:
Privacy group calls for companies to disclose use of 'Web bugs'. Read more

ZDNet:
Herbless the hacker supports petrol protest. Read more

CERT:
Widespread Exploitation of rcp.statd and wu-ftpd Vulnerabilities. Read more

Silicon:
Author of Chernobyl virus arrested in Taiwan:
Read more

The Register:
Chernobyl virus author faces 3-years in chokey. Read more

15 September 2000


New Trojan:
NetBus Toy 1.0 by Blood of Avatar and 's hlк

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-067):
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in the telnet client that ships with Microsoft(r) Windows 2000. The vulnerability could, under certain circumstances, allow a malicious user to obtain cryptographically protected logon credentials from another user. Read more

ZDNet:
Linux community snubs SDMI hacker challenge. Read more

LinuxSecurity.com:
Security Scanners. Read more

SecurityNews:
Hacker crashes military exercises, USA, Japan suspected. Read more

APB:
Hack Attack Shuts Down Online Auction Site. Read more

The Register:
Nuke hacker had by Feds. Read more

14 September 2000


New Trojan:
Bowl 1.0 is a telnet trojan by !brainwat. Thanks to Kronos for submitting.

Attackers can use ShieldsUp! to scan any host on the Internet

FakeGINA, the integrated Trojan.

CNet:
Reports of Windows Me bugs already rolling in. Read more

APB:
Hack Attack Shuts Down Online Auction Site. Read more

CNet:
Suspect arrested in nuclear weapons lab hacking. Read more

13 September 2000


The site has moved to a new ip. Only the people who used the redirect "kobayashi.cjb.net" could keep on visiting this site. Everything should work fine again.
As you have seen, we have a new new intro. Thanks to MaGuS again.

New Trojan:
Firehotcker 1.03

Windows NT Event Log explained

MercuryCenter:
Western Union Web site hacked; credit cards number taken. Read more

ComputerWorld:
Human error leads to hack of Western Union Web site. Read more

ComputerWorld:
Hacker tool targets Linux. Read more

www.hacksdmi.org:
An Open Letter to the Digital Community.
Here's an invitation to show off your skills, make some money, and help shape the future of the online digital music economy. Read more

Lexis-Nexis:
SecureWorks today announced it detected and stopped 2,800 attacks on 70 networks during beta tests of its 24/7 Internet security monitoring and response service. Read more

12 September 2000


New Trojan:
Lamers Death 2.3

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-066):
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in Microsoft(r) Windows 2000. The vulnerability could allow a malicious user to cause a Denial of Service on a Windows 2000 computer. Read more

RootPrompt:
They Can't Crack What They Can't Find. read more

CNET:
IE feature can track Web surfers without warning. read more

APBNews:
Pro-Napster Hacker Strikes Military Sites. Read more

11 September 2000


Thanks to crew member MaGuS for the great intro. I like it very much. Great work!
Write your comments in the bulletin board, if you want.

My host had a problem and i went down.
It is a problem of Can-Host Networks. They said it will be resolved soon.

New Trojan:
New server for Backage 3.1: Read more

Weekly Microsoft Security Digest 2000/09/04 to 2000/09/10. Read more

Weekly Linux Security Digest 2000/09/04 to 2000/09/10. Read more

Weekly Solaris Security Digest - 2000/09/04 to 2000/09/10. Read more

Weekly BSD Security Digest 2000/09/04 to 2000/09/10. Read more

Weekly Executive Security Digest 2000/09/04 to 2000/09/10. Read more

ZDNet:
SDMI tempts hackers to $10,000 challenge. Read more

NWFUSION:
New hacker weapon poses Web threat. read more.

VNUNET:
Hacker flattens Legoland. Read more

TheRegister;
Western Union hacked, 15,000 CC numbers taken. Read more

Russia Montiors The Net. Read more

ZDNet:
(German language)
Neues Sicherheitsloch im IE. Read more

10 September 2000


New Trojan:
Undetected 3.0 beta

Security Focus:
NetBus gains Legitimacy. Read more

PGP Desktop Security 7.0 - Now Available!
PGP 7.0 has a number of new features including a plug-in for ICQ (instant messaging), a personal IDS, and a personal firewall.Read more

MSNBC:
Bug Alert: Hotmail flaw puts e-mail at risk. Read more

CNet:
SDMI offers $10,000 challenge to hackers. Read more

StartTribune:
It's not easy to fool investigators with phony e-mail IDs. Read more

9 September 2000


New Trojan:
Amanda 2.0 by SKiDKiD.

ICQ Greeting Card vulnerability

AVP Updates 08 september 2000

ZDNet:
Web vandal continues hacking-for-Napster campaign. Read more

UK.Internet.com:
Hacked tourist site offers alternative guide to Yorkshire. Read more

8 September 2000


New Trojan:
CAFEiNi 1.1

Dolemite send me this article:
You can get AV software to attack the PC it is trying to protect. Read more
More about it by SecurityWatch.com: Read more

Winzapper is a tool that selectively erases event records from the Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 security log.
How do I use this tool?
Download the zip file and extract the files in it. Run winzapper.exe and mark the event records to be deleted. Press, "Delete events and Exit" and reboot Windows to re-enable the event logging system (You can't use the Event Viewer again before rebooting).

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-064):
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in Microsoft(r) Windows Media(tm) Services. The vulnerability could allow a malicious user to prevent an affected server from providing useful service. Read more

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-065):
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in Microsoft(r) Windows 2000. The vulnerability could allow a user logged onto a Windows 2000 machine from the keyboard to become an administrator on the machine.
Read more

ZDNet:
IE 5.5 exploit evades security feature. Read more

FBI Defends Email Spy Tool Before Congress. Read more

Salon:
Patriotic hacker attacks Guatemalan site. Read more

Web.Lexis-nexis:
Hacker crashes military exercises. Read more

Web.Lexis-Nexis:
Philippines to hunt authors of computer virus using president's name. Read more

Palmstation.com:
PalmInfocenter seems to have been hacked last night. Read more

7 September 2000


New Trojan:
BioNet 2.8.1a Millennium Edition by Zmnd

ZDNet:
Internet Explorer 5.5 Advanced Security Privacy: Manage cookies in your browser. Read more

Kaspersky:
A New Generation of Windows 2000 Viruses is Streaming Towards PC Users. Read more

VNUNET:
Windows 2000 virus hides from scanners. Read more

ZDNet:
New virus hides behind old technology. Read more

PlanetIT:
Denial-Of-Service Tool Surfaces. Read more
More information can be found here.

McAfee.com Announces Increased Protection for Wireless Users in Wake of Recent PDA Trojan Discovery. Read more

CNN:
New charges urged in 'Love Bug' case. Read more

VNUNET:
Mobile devices next target for hackers. Read more

ComputerUser:
First Wireless Virus Is Nothing New. Read more

CNet:
"Donald Duck" virus on the loose. Read more

Bernama:
A Singapore Internet search engine was crippled by hackers who defaced the homepage with a picture of Adolf Hitler reviewing troops. Read more

Nua.ie:
Hackers costing Australian defense. Read more

Ananova:
Patriotic hacker attacks Guatemalan site. Read more

6 September 2000


New Trojans:
PC Invader 0.7 alfa8. Made by Heraldo J. Carneiro Son, a 15 year old Brazilian boy.
Fire Hacker 2.8 beta by FiRe|BiRd.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-063).
Microsoft has released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in Microsoft(r) Internet Information Server (IIS). The vulnerability could enable a malicious user to prevent an affected web server from providing useful service. Read more

The Register:
ABN Amro e-banking service hacked. Read more

The Register.
Palm Trojan Horse writer sued. Read more

NTSecurity:
Full Disclosure of Vulnerabilities. Read more

ZDNet:
PDA virus: More on the way. Read more

BetaNews:
Next-Generation Virus Streams To Win2K. Read more

WNT/Stream virus found.
McAfee:
Read more

Trinity v3 Distributed Denial of Service tool

Security Portal:
Firewalls - Common Configuration Problems. Read more

PCWORLD:
Norton AntiVirus Freezes Some PCs. Read more

Nukkeibp:
Real Hackers Speak, Reveal Easy-to-Target Companies. Read more

News.com.au:
Hackers chase our secrets.
Top-secret computers at Australia's Department of Defense were attacked more than 20 times last year by hackers, according to recent reports. Read more

PCWORLD:
Feds to Net Criminals: You Can't Hide. Read more

ZDNet:
PDA virus: More on the way. Read more

VNUNET:
Hacker insurance becomes a priority. Read more

5 September 2000


New Trojan:
GIP 1.11.

Security Portal:
Weekly Microsoft Security Digest 2000/08/28 to 2000/09/03. Read more

Security Portal:
Weekly Linux Security Digest 2000/08/28 to 2000/09/03. Read more

Security Portal:
Weekly BSD Security Digest 2000/08/28 to 2000/09/03. Read more

Security Portal:
Weekly Check Point Security Digest 2000/08/28 to 2000/09/03. Read more

Security Portal:
Weekly Solaris Security Digest 2000/08/28 to 2000/09/03. Read more

ComputerWorld:
Microsoft adds cookie management to IE 5.5. Read more

ItSecurity:
Kaspersky Lab Demystifies the Discovery of the First True Wireless Virus. Read more

MercuryCenter:
Software security holes: To tell, or not to tell? Read more

4 September 2000


New Trojans:
Breach 4.5 beta
Progenic Mail Trojan1.0 by ProGen is an older trojan, that was not yet in the Archive.

CNN:
Safe passage for your e-mail. Read more

PCWorld:
Is Eudora Snooping on You? Read more

ZDNet:
New Philippines virus a low risk. Read more.

The Salt Lake Tribune:
Computer-Bug Alerts Sometimes Help Hackers. Read more

SecurityWatch:
UK insurers forecast Internet crimewave. Read more

ComputerUser:
Justice Dept. Urges Cops To Keep Up With Cybercrime. Read more

CNN:
Make your e-mail disappear. Read more

SeattleTimes:
When feeling secure is more important than progress. Read more

Slashdot:
Convicted Hackers Snubbed by Security Firms? Read more Underground Sub-List

3 September 2000


New Trojan:
Intruder 1.0

Serious Microsoft File Association Bug

ZDNet:
Old Internet Explorer Plus New Hotmail Equals Big Vulnerability. Read more

CNET:
Password glitch riles ICQ users.
America Online's efforts to bolster security for its ICQ instant messaging service are drawing complaints from some people who say the measures have locked them out of their accounts. Read more
Old Article: ICQ hack raises security concerns. Read more

SecurityFocus:
AtStake jilts Phiber Optik.
The corporation formerly known as the L0pht courts Mark Abene, balks at his hacker past. Read more

CourtTV:
Former student hired by school he hacked into. Read more

2 September 2000


New Trojans:
CAFEiNi 1.0 by Sniper. Thanks to ISO for the tip.
CrazzyNet 5.0 by CrAzzyWak.

AVP Updates 01 september 2000

Ananova:
Son' of love bug virus released. Read more

TheRegister:
Microsoft won't fix new Windows security flaw. Read more

RedHat:
glibc vulnerabilities in ld.so, locale and gettext - Several bugs were discovered in glibc which could allow local users to gain root privileges. Read more

Salon.com:
Ain't no network strong enough.
Computer insecurity is inevitable," he warns. "Networks will be hacked. Read more

Fairfax:
Teen who cracked Singapore computers from Australia fined. Read more

News.Com.Au:
Police seek St George's website hacker. Police seek St George's website hacker. Read more

Wanted:
BOWL 1.0

1 September 2000


New Trojans:
Another new server for Infector:
Infector 1.6b by FC.
Net Trash 1.0 beta with source.

Article of the Palm Trojan Horse developer, who goes by the name "Ardiri". Read more

LinuxWorld:
Attacking Linux -To stop an attacker, think like a cracker. Read more

Yahoo:
Most Say Computer Hacking Should Be a Felony. Read more

NAI:
BackDoor-HA Trojan Program. Read more

Wanted:
BOWL 1.0


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