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      12-01-2007, 08:31 AM
..:: A. Unix And Linux Security ::.
1. Understanding the SSH CRC32 Exploit
2. Common files of the /etc directory and their uses
3. A Brief programming tutorial in C for Raw Sockets
4. Introduction to Socket Programming
5. Coping With The Threat of Computer Security Incidents - A Primer
from Prevention through Recovery - Part 1
6. Coping With The Threat of Computer Security Incidents - A Primer
from Prevention through Recovery - Part 2
7. Improving The Security of Your Unix System - Part 1
8. Improving The Security of Your Unix System - Part 2
9. Delivering Signals for Fun and Profit
10. A Newbie's Guide to Sockets in Perl
11. Exploitation of Vulnerability in CDE Subprocess Control Service
12. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Many Implementations of the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) - Part 1
13. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Many Implementations of the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) - Part 2
14. Snort IDS Denial of Service Vulnerability
15. Cisco Secure Access Control Server NDS User Authentication
Vulnerability
16. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Multiple Implementations of SNMP
17. OpenSSH UseLogin Privilege Elevation Vulnerability
18. Buffer Overflow in System V Derived Login
19. Multiple Vulnerabilities In LPD
20. Multiple SSH Version 1 Vulnerabilities
21. Multiple Vendor CDE dtpscd Process Buffer Overflow
22. SSH 3.0 root exploit
23. Sendmail input validation error
24. Services for Unix memory leaks
25. Telnetd buffer overflows
26. Xman suid exploit
27. A Guide to playing with gawk
28. AOLServer 3.2 exploitable buffer overflow
29. ARCServeIT Client 6.6x - two or more /tmp races
30. Adobe Acrobat bad permissions
31. An automated response system under Unix using TCP Wrappers
32. Arkeia 4.2 cleartext transmission
33. Arkeia Backup bad permissions
34. Avaya Argent Office local vulnerabilities
35. BIND Inadvertent Local Exposure of HMAC keys
36. BIND dnskeygen vulnerability
37. BestCrypt 0.6-0.8 exploitable buffer overflow
38. BestCrypt 0.7 flaw
39. Buffer Overflow in QPopper
40. Buffer Overflow in rsaref2 and SSH
41. Cfingerd <1.4.3 Remote Root Exploit
42. Cfingerd Buffer Overflow
43. Crontab tmp race condition
44. CylantSecure can be disabled by an attacker
45. Denicomp REXECD/RSHD DoS
46. Dqs 3.2.7 Buffer Overflow
47. Dsh local root exploit
48. Ethereal 0.8.13 AFS ACL parsing buffer overflow bug
49. Execve/ptrace race condition exploit
50. Expect overflow
51. Exploiting WU-FTPD 2.6
52. Fpf module kernel panic
53. Gauntlet Firewall CSMAP and smap smapd Buffer Overflow
Vulnerability
54. Ghttpd 1.4 Exploitable Buffer overflow
55. Glibc/locale format string bug exploit
56. INFOLEAK and TSIG bug exploit
57. Iplanet calendar server 5.0p2 plaintext/world-readable password
58. KAV for sendmail 3.5.135.2 syslog() format string bug
59. Ktvision prior to 0.1.1-271 trivial symlink attack
60. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP Vulnerabilities
61. Linux/FreeBSD IP Firewalling
62. Lmail mktemp() race
63. MDBMS 0.99b9 and below exploitable buffer overflow
64. MIT Kerberos 5 telnetd Buffer Overflows
65. Majordomo open() call vulnerability
66. Multi-Vendor format String Vulnerability in ToolTalk Service
67. NFS Export Root Exploit
68. NTPD Exploit
69. Ncurses 4.2, 5.0 (earlier?) exploitable buffer overflows
70. Network Time Protocol Vulnerabilities
71. Ntpd Remote Root Exploit
72. Ntpd prior to 4.0.99k remote buffer overflow attack
73. OpenSSH delete cookies
74. OpenSSL Random Number Problems
75. OpenView NNM buffer overflow
76. OpenView execute any program
77. Oracle Listener - 4 DOS attacks on Unix version
78. RSA BSAFE SSL-J 3 x Vulnerability
79. Remote Buffer Overflow in telnetd
80. SSH Secure Shell Remote Root Exploit Vulnerability
81. Samba Security Vulnerability
82. Sendmail - numerous race conditions
83. Sendmail Debugger Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
84. Su-wrapper 1.1.1 exploit
85. Sudo prior tp 1.6.3p6 exploitable bug
86. TCP/IP packetstorm
87. Vixie cron exploit
88. W3m 0.2.1 buffer overflow
89. XFree xdm trivial cookie computation
90. White paper on LaBrea and Tarpits
91. ident-scan
92. checkXusers
93. FTP Bounce Port Scanner
94. qaudit.pl 02
95. rkscan
96. log-proxy
97. CueCat Decoder 1.0.1 in Perl
98. IDES - Intrusion Detection Evasion System
99. FreeBSD Local Root Exploit
100. How I Secured my FreeBSD System
101. Exploiting Kernel Buffer Overflows FreeBSD Style
102. CIAC L-075 - Freebsd ipfilter vulnerability
103. CIAC L-111 - FreeBSD Signal Handling Flaw
104. The lazy man's "PGPDisk for FreeBSD"
105. CIAC L-122 FreeBSD tcpdump Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
106. Mozarela Kernel Trojan for BSD
107. BSDi 3.0/3.1 kernel kill
108. OpenBSD 2.8 xhost remote x control
109. OpenBSD 2.9,2.8, NetBSD kernel race condition, local root
110. OpenBSD, FreeBSD top format string vulnerability
111. CIAC L-070a - FTP Filename Expansion Vulnerability
112. IPFilter - fragment caching lets through any packet
113. NetBSD node DoS
114. NetBSD sh3 kernel vulnerability
115. OpenBSD 2.9,2.8, NetBSD kernel race condition / root compromise
116. OpenBSD 2.6...2.9 ICMP error fingerprinting issues
117. BSDish kernel ICMP error fingerprinting issues
118. OpenBSD VFS numerous bugs
119. Buffer Overflow in telnetd
120. Sendmsg(2) insufficient length checking
121. autoconf-sectest
122. Gork 2.0b
123. CIAC L-065 - Solaris Exploitation of snmpXdmid
124. Solaris 7/8 "at" exploitable vulnerability
125. Solaris 8 libsldap initialization code buffer overflow
126. Solaris 2.6, 7, 8 (x86 and Sparc) in.lpd buffer overflow
127. Solaris 2.5, 2.5.1, 2.6, 7, 8 mailx buffer overrun
128. Solaris 2.6, 8 mailtool buffer overrun
129. Solaris 2.6, 7, 8 yppasswd buffer overflow
130. Solaris in.lpd Buffer Overflow
131. AusCERT Alert 2000.01 Solaris chkperm buffer overrun
vulnerability
132. AusCERT Alert 2000.04 Buffer overrun in lp/lpset/lpstat on
Solaris
133. AusCERT Alert 2001.06 Sun Solaris DMI to SNMP mapper daemon
snmpXdmid contains buffer overflow
134. Mailx Overflow - Solaris 8
135. Exploitation of snmpXdmid
136. Sun ypbind Buffer Overflow
137. Solaris 2.6, 7 dtmail buffer overflow
138. Solaris 2.6, 7, 8 xlock local root
139. CIAC L-127 Sun BIND Vulnerabilities
140. CIAC L-129 Sun in ftpd Filename Expansion Vulnerability
141. CIAC L-138 Sun in lpd vulnerability txt.010831131126
142. CIAC M-008 Sun rpc yppasswdd Security Vulnerability
143. CIAC L-103 - Sun Microsystems SunOS ypbind Buffer Overflow
Vulnerability
144. SunOS 5.8 cb_reset Buffer Overflow
145. SunOS 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, Digital UNIX mail buffer overflow
146. SunOS 5.8 /opt/SUNWvts/bin/ptexec possibly exploitable buffer
overflow
147. SunOS 5.5.1, 5.7, 5.8 whodo exploitable stack overflow
148. Cobalt Cube - read local files with webserver permissions
149. Cobalt RaQ3 poprelayd exploit
150. FireWall-1 bandwidth utilization report generator
151. Secure Sun
152. SGI IRIX shells create temporary files insecurely
153. IRIX NEdit Vulnerability
154. SGI Multiple Local SendMail Vulnerability
155. IRIX /usr/lib/print/netprint -n arbitrary code exec bug
156. IRIX 6.2...6.5.8 telnetd remote root
157. CIAC L-080 - SGI IRIX rpc espd Buffer Overflow - remote root
158. CIAC L-099 - SGI PCP Pmpost Symlink Vulnerability
159. CIAC L-125 SGI netprint Dynamic Shared Objects DSO Exploit
160. CIAC L-135 SGI File Globbing Vulnerability in ftpd
161. IRIX 6.5.5, 6.5.8 Embedded Support Partner Infrastructure Sender
(rpc.espd) Buffer Overflow
162. PCP package (IRIX, SuSE Linux) pmpost symlink exploit
163. HP-UX Security Vulnerability with wu-ftpd 2.6
164. CIAC L-093 HP-UX kmmodreg Vulnerability
165. CIAC L-102 HP OpenView Network Node Manager Security
Vulnerability
166. CIAC L-110 HP Open View Event Correlation Services Vulnerability
167. CIAC L-114 Hewlett-Packard login Vulnerability
168. CIAC L-115 Hewlett-Packard dlkm Vulnerability
169. CIAC L-118 Hewlett-Packard ftpd and ftp Vulnerability
170. CIAC L-119 Hewlett-Packard mkacct Program Vulnerability
171. CIAC L-134 HP Security Vulnerability In rlpdaemon
172. CIAC L-136 HP Security Vulnerability In PRM
173. CIAC L-143 HP libsecurity Vulnerability
174. CIAC M-003 Hewlett-Packard rpcbind Security Vulnerability
175. CIAC M-006 HP-UX telnetd Security Vulnerability
176. HP-UX / 800 models cue exploit
177. HP-UX 11.0 kmmodreg symlink problem
178. Hewlett-Packard Remote Logic Flaw Vulnerability in rlpdaemon
179. IBM AIX 4.3.x and 5.1 libi18n Buffer Overflow
180. AIX diagrpt root exploit
181. CIAC L-123 AIX libil8n Library Vulnerability
182. CIAC L-131 IBM AIX telnetd Buffer Overflow
183. Unixware 7.1.1 rtpm multiple bugs
184. Unixware 5.x vi predictable /tmp filenames
185. Unixware 5.x scoadmin predictable /tmp filenames
186. Compaq Tru64 Unix kdebugd vulnerability
187. LKM Hacking Made Easy
188. Yet Another Paper on Trojaning the Linux Kernel
189. Anti Anti-Sniffer Patch
190. Red Hat Linux "rsync" Vulnerability
191. Hewlett-Packard Buffer Overflow in Telnet Server Vulnerability
192. Multiple Vendor wu-ftpd File Globbing Heap Corruption
Vulnerability
193. hplx-sendmail Vulnerability
194. Red Hat glibc Vulnerability
195. Netkit 0.17 in.telnetd exploitable overflow
196. Emacs rcs2log insecure /tmp usage
197. Fetchmail remotely exploitable memory corruption
198. IMP prior to 2.2.6 - 3 security issues
199. Linux 2.0, 2.2, etc kernel IP Masquerading Vulnerability
200. Linux Kernel 2.2.x execve/ptrace race condition still exists
201. Linux Slackware 8.0, kernel 2.4.5 world writeable files
202. Pic (groff) issues
203. CIAC L-067 - Linux worm Adore
204. CIAC L-104 - Linux xinetd Buffer Overflow
205. Analog Buffer Overflow
206. Multiple archivers - directory traversal issues
207. InoculateIT for Linux DoS, possible root compromise
208. SuSE 7.0 dip 3.3.7p security risk
209. exim format string bug
210. GazTek HTTP Daemon v1.4 (ghttpd) Exploitable Buffer Overflow
211. Imp-2.2.4 symlink attack
212. Linux execve() - read from /proc/$$/mem
213. Linux Kernel 2.4.x fingerprinting issues
214. LPRng Exploitable Race Condition
215. Linux man exploit
216. ml85p Linux Helper Binary for Samsung ML-85G Printer insecure
temp file creation
217. nedit insecure file creation could lead to elevation of
privileges
218. scotty (ntping) buffer overflow
219. OpenSSH - delete cookies file
220. rxvt buffer overflow
221. Samba - local users can corrupt local devices
222. smbd insuffucient parameter validation
223. Linux Slackware 7.1 /etc/shells poor permissions
224. TIAtunnel exploitable buffer overflow
225. Tripwire 2.2.1, tripwire 2.3.0 (and tripwire-ASR-1.3.1) insecure
temp files
226. Linux xfs Denial of Service
227. xinetd-2.1.8.9pre11-1 possible remote root
228. xloadimage exploitable overflow
229. eXtremail remotely exploitable format string condition
230. cfingerd exploit
231. Screen 3.7.6 local exploit
232. Slackware /usr/bin/locate trojan
233. Slackware /usr/bin/man symlinks issues
234. Qpopper and pam.d account existence brutable
235. CIAC M-009 Red Hat linux PAM vulnerability
236. CIAC M-010 Red Hat OpenSSH Vulnerability
237. A Guide to Securing RedHat Linux 6.0
238. RedHat 6.0 LILO PAM Filter Workaround
239. CIAC L-076 - Red Hat ptrace exec race condition
240. CIAC L-084 - Red Hat Samba Package tmp Race Condition
241. CIAC L-096 - Red Hat LPRng Vulnerability
242. RedHat 7.0 with man-1.5h1-10 (default package) and earlier
exploitable buffer overflow
243. man 1.5h10 + man 1.5i-4 (RedHat 7.0, 7.1) root elevation
244. RedHat 7.0 minicom root compromise
245. Linux Red Hat 6.0 wall format strings exploit
246. Sendfile 2.1 (Debian Linux 2.2) possible arbitrary code execution
247. Vixie cron 3.0pl1 (Debian 2.2) can be fooled into not dropping
privileges
248. Debian xvt 2.1 Buffer overrun
249. ipfwadm2ipchains
250. ppp-in-telnet 1.0
251. Bogon
252. Cdgxn-Bsd
253. Check 1.0
254. envcheck 1.3 LKM
255. exec 1.0.4
256. Neped - Network Promiscuous Ethernet Detector 1.4

Source: http://www.security.fx-vista.com/Cat...Security-1.php

..:: B. Windows Security ::.
1. Buffer Overflow Vulnerability in IIS 5.0
2. Superfluous Decoding Vulnerability in IIS
3. Buffer Overflow in IIS Indexing Service DLL
4. IIS 5 Remote .printer overflow
5. IIS CGI Filename Decode Error exploit
6. Win2000 IIS exploit
7. AusCERT Alert 2001.02 IIS E-Commerce Vulnerabilities
8. AusCERT Alert 2001.07 Microsoft IIS 5.0 Remote Administrator
Compromise Vulnerability
9. IIS Directory Traversal bugs
10. IIS Remote Buffer Overflow
11. IIS IDQ Exploit
12. IIS - MS update on several patched vulnerabilities
13. CIAC L-078 - Microsoft IIS unchecked buffer in isapi extension
14. CIAC L-083 - Microsoft CGI Filename Decode Error Vulnerability in
IIS
15. IIS view dir structure, view/delete files, exec arbitrary code,
DoS
16. IIS CGI processing weakness
17. IIS flaw leads to deliberate memory leak
18. CIAC L-139 Microsoft IIS %25u encoding IDS bypass vulnerability
19. IIS buffer overflow
20. IIS ISAPI index server extension query processing flaw
21. IIS ASP show-source vulnerability
22. IIS ASP processor will crash if device-files are attempted to be
opened
23. Windows 2000 IIS 5.0 buffer overflow
24. IIS 5.0 remote restart
25. CIAC L-132 Microsoft Cumulative Patch for.IIS
26. AusCERT Alert 2001.08 Current widespread intruder activity against
IIS and sunrpc
27. Microsoft IIS Hotfix Summary
28. CIAC L-100 - FrontPage Sub-Component Vulnerability
29. FrontPage Server Extensions DoS
30. Microsoft Internet Explorer calls telnet.exe with unsafe command-
line arguments
31. Microsoft Internet Explorer-Content Type Falsification
32. MSIE: Automatic Execution of Embedded MIME Types
33. IE Bookmark spoof concept
34. IE6 invalid URL crash
35. CIAC L-066 - Internet Explorer MIME Header Vulnerability
36. CIAC L-087 - Microsoft Internet Explorer Flaws in Certificate
Validation
37. MSIE crash via malformed link
38. MSIE 4.x crash with very simple link
39. MSIE disable certificate validation, fake URL in browser bar
40. MSIE read textfiles from client's hard disk
41. MSIE - breaking the authentication mechanism
42. MSIE / Outlook XP may allow arbitrary commands to be executed from
a malicious website
43. Multiple Remote Windows XP/ME/98 Universal Plug and Play
Vulnerabilities
44. Window File Wiping Utilities Miss Alternate Data Streams
45. Microsoft Windows NT/2000 Trust Domain Vulnerability
46. Microsoft Telnet Server Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
47. MS Exchange - Incorrectly Sets Remote Registry Permissions
48. Microsoft Internet Explorer Cumulative Patch
49. CIAC L-126 Microsoft Remote Procedure Call RPC Server
Vulnerability
50. CIAC L-142 RPC Endpoint Mapper Vulnerability
51. CIAC M-004 Excel and PowerPoint Macro Vulnerability txt
52. CIAC M-005 office xp error reporting sends sensitive docs txt
53. Office XP / MSIE - Malicious ActiveX controls lead to arbitrary
code execution
54. CIAC L-089 - Microsoft Unchecked Buffer in Media Player ASX
Processor
55. WinZIP Computing's WinZIP 8.0, PKWare PkZip 4.0, RARSoft WinRar
2.80 - directory traversal issues
56. Windows Media Player - crashing the system
57. Word for Win32/Mac - macros in templates linked to by RTF
documents can be caused to run on opening
58. MS Word crash
59. MS Word macro security issues
60. Interbase Server Contains Compiled-In Backdoor Account
61. CIAC L-073 - MS ISA web proxy DoS
62. CIAC L-074 - MS webdav runs scripts as user
63. CIAC L-079 - Microsoft Domain Controller Core Service Memory Leak
64. CIAC L-081 - Microsoft Index Server Search Function Buffer
Overflow
65. CIAC L-091 - Microsoft Exchange Server Outlook Web Access Flaw
66. CIAC L-092 - Microsoft Predictable Name Pipes In Telnet
67. CIAC L-095 - Microsoft SQL Query Method Vulnerability
68. CIAC L-098 - Microsoft Index Server ISAPI Extension Buffer
Overflow
69. CIAC L-101 - Microsoft LDAP Over SSL Password Vulnerability
70. CIAC L-107 - (Win2000) Microsoft Authentication Error in SMTP
Service
71. Trend Micro Virus Buster Ver.3.5x read arbitrary files
72. Spynet Chat 6.5 DoS
73. Eudora 5.1 execute arbitrary code
74. Hotmail exploit for Linux
75. InterAccess DoS
76. Icecast Remote DoS, Folder Traversal Exploit
77. Incredimail remote file overwrite
78. Win2k LDAP Domain Admin compromise
79. NetProwler disable IDS
80. NetProwler weak passwords
81. Netscape Enterprise Server on NT - DoS
82. Outlook Express spoofarino
83. Crash Win95/95/ME running Mcafee Remote Desktop 3.0
84. Windows 2000 SMTP service authentication flaw
85. Windows 2000 telnet service seven vulnerabilities
86. VdnsServer 1.0 DoS
87. Becky! 2.00.05 Buffer Overflow
88. IBM Windows DB2 services can be crashed remotely
89. DynFX POPd Buffer Overflow
90. Electrocomm 2 and prior DoS
91. HyperTerminal Buffer Overflow
92. Microsoft Exchange malware scripts allowed
93. ARP Table handling bug in Windows protocol stacks
94. CIAC L-113 Microsoft Outlook View Control Exposes Unsafe
Functionality txt
95. AusCERT Alert 2001.04 Erroneous VeriSign-Issued Digital
Certificates Pose Spoofing Hazard
96. Offline Explorer Advisory
97. AVTronics InetServer Buffer Overflow
98. NNTP Win2k/NT Memory Leak
99. PcAnywhere 9.2 DoS
100. ISA Server - three security vulnerabilities
101. Java Plugin 1.4 with JRE 1.3 doesn't handle certificates properly
102. Microsoft DCE/RPC inadequately validated user inputs
103. OpenView and NetView execute arbitrary commands
104. Win 2000 IrDA remote BSoD
105. WinAMP ShoutCast server crash
106. Windows 2000 telnet service DoS
107. Windows RDP memory leak
108. ZoneAlarm harmful files quarantining failure
109. Trend Micro Applet Trap 2.0 - attackers can bypass restrictions
110. Identix Biologon only locks screen zero
111. CIAC L-109 - VPN-1 Firewall-1 RDP Comm Vulnerability
112. Windows 2000 Kerberos DoS
113. TrendMicro InterScan WebManager Version 1.2 RegGo.dll Buffer
Overflow
114. TrendMicro InterScan WebManager Version 1.2 Buffer Overflow
115. SurfControl - bypass with proxy
116. VirusWall for NT 3.51 - buffer overflow
117. VirusWall for NT - smtpscan.dll remote execute arbitrary command
118. VirusWall for NT - HttpSaveC?P.dll remote execute arbitrary
command
119. VirusWall for NT - RegGo.dll buffer overflow
120. VirusWall for NT - remote user can change config
121. VirusWall for NT - remote user can gain admin functions access
122. WatchGuard lets blocked-by-extension attachments through anyway
123. AppletTrap restrictions can be bypassed
124. Win2k EFS plaintext copies of supposedly-encrypted files
125. eSafe Gateway - bypass filtering mechanism
126. Check Point VPN-1(TM) & FireWall-1(R) Version 4.1 - bypass with
faked RDP packets
127. VPN-1/FireWall-1 string format errors
128. SpyAnywhere plaintext password
129. Checkpoint Firewall-1 Security Issues
130. MAILsweeper - bypass malicious file blocking
131. PAV prior to 6.23.00 handles malformed UPX-packed files badly
132. PWS long filename vulnerability
133. Check Point RDP Bypass Vulnerability
134. Netscape Messenger may reveal locations of files for other
exploits
135. Netscape exploit
136. Mozilla prior to 0.9.2 password compromise
137. iPlanet/Netscape Enterprise Web Publisher Buffer Overflow
138. Win2K kernel privilege elevation
139. Win 2000 Hotkey mapping vulnerabilities
140. Exploiting Windows NT 4.0 Buffer Overflows
141. Windows NT Deconstruction Techniques
142. Looking inside your Windows 98 - Finding an hidden incredible
database inside your computer
143. Phun with Windoze
144. Windows 95/98/NT Backdoor
145. Some Windows NT Junk
146. Fun with Windoze Networking
147. Bugs that I am embarassed to admit I found
148. Win NT, 2000 kernel reboot
149. Win2000 unauthorized database access
150. WinNT 4.0 kernel local DoS
151. Window Maker Buffer Overflow
152. Windows 2000 SP2 and earlier kernel admin lockout
153. Windows Media Player 6.4, 7, and 7.1 unchecked buffer
154. dumpevt.pl
155. CompaqInsightManager Check & DoS 0.5
156. dumpevt2.pl for NT
157. NT Test For Guest Scanner
158. Rebuttal against Steve Gibson's war on Windows XP Raw Sockets
159. Proper Use of Open Source Software at Microsoft

Source: http://www.security.fx-vista.com/Cat...Security-1.php

..:: C. Crypto, Virology, Cracking And Backdoors ::.
1. Phil Zimmermann: "No regrets" about developing PGP
2. This is the signature for the GnuPG 1.06 Tarball
3. Cracking the EAN Barcode System
4. Replacing PGP 2.x with GPG
5. GnuPG format string weakness
6. Cryptanalysis of Microsoft's PPTP Authentication Extensions
7. Tools Information :: Crypto :: Cryptanalysis
8. Detecting Steganographic Content on the Internet
9. Tools Information :: Crypto :: Steganography
10. Gnu Privacy Handbook - Part 1
11. Gnu Privacy Handbook - Part 2
12. High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection system cracked
13. Unauthentic "Microsoft Corporation" certificates
14. A Primer on Mobile Application Security
15. Sapphire Stream Cipher
16. The Sapphire II Stream Cipher
17. American Vietnam P.O.W. Code
18. The CueCat UPC-A Cipher
19. Network Solutions Crypt-PW Weak Encryption
20. Messenger/Hotmail bug inpassword encryption
21. OpenSSL up to 0.9.6a pseudorandom number generator design error
22. PassWD2000 v2.x weak encryption
23. ArGoSoft FTP Server 1.2.2.2 password decryption
24. CesarFTP v0.98b Directory Traversal, Weak Password Encryption
25. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 1
26. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 2
27. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 3
28. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 4
29. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 5
30. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 6
31. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 7
32. Cryptography and Data Security Tutorial Part 8
33. Microsoft's Digital Rights management Scheme
34. Tools Information :: File Encryptors
35. W32/Myparty Malicious Code
36. SirCam virus passes right through VirusWall 3.51 Build 1321 for NT
37. Adobe Acrobat PDF Files can be used to deploy viruses!
38. Is McAfee going to deliberately not detect the "Magic Lantern"
virus???
39. McAfee's response to the allegation that they will turn a blind
eye to "Magic Lantern"
40. The FBI wants to use the BadTrans worm's stolen data
41. A little source code to parse the BadTrans worm's pilfered data
42. AusCERT Alert 2000.05 Love Letter Worm Virus
43. AusCERT Alert 2000.06 Newlove Virus
44. AusCERT Alert 2000.07 Resume Macro Worm
45. AusCERT Alert 2000.08 Stages VBS Worm
46. AusCERT Alert 2000.11 Hybris Worm
47. AusCERT Alert 2001.01 AnnaKournikova.jpg.vbs (Onthefly) Worm
48. AusCERT Alert 2001.03 W32/Magistr Virus/Worm
49. AusCERT Alert 2001.05 New Bind worm: 1i0n
50. AusCERT Alert 2001.09 Homepage.HTML.vbs (Homepage) Virus
51. AusCERT Alert 2001.10 New Word Macro Virus
52. AusCERT Alert 2001.11 W32/Leave.B Worm
53. AusCERT Alert 2001.12 W32.Sircam.Worm@mm Virus
54. AusCERT Alert 2001.13 Potential Increase in "Code Red" Worm
Activity
55. AusCERT Alert 2001.14 New Worm - "CodeRedII"
56. AusCERT Alert 2001.15 W32/Nimda.A@mm worm
57. VBS/OnTheFly (Anna Kournikova) Malicious Code
58. Sadmind/IIS Worm
59. Code Red Worm Exploiting Buffer Overflow in IIS Indexing Service
DLL
60. SirCam FAQ
61. W32/Sircam Malicious Code
62. Continued Threat of the "Code Red" Worm
63. Nimda Worm VIR
64. CIAC L-117 Code Red Worm
65. CIAC L-120 Cisco Code Red Worm Impact
66. CIAC L-144 the W32 nimda Worm txt.010921171330
67. The Code Red Worm
68. The Code Red II worm
69. CIAC L-064 - The Lion Internet Worm DDoS Risk
70. Tools Information :: Virus/Worm Protection Utilities
71. Tools Information :: Back Orifice and BO2K
72. Tools Information :: SubSeven and Addons
73. Tools Information :: Remote Administration Tools
74. Tools Information :: Trojan Detectors/Removers/Retaliators
75. The possibility of hiding trojans in Shell Scraps - files with
extensions that Windowz tries very hard to hide HAK
76. Backdoors
77. CIAC L-077 - Glacier Backdoor
78. Creating Trojan PGPDisks
79. Fun with "Trojan" Wingates

Source: http://www.security.fx-vista.com/Cat...ackdoors-1.php

..:: D. What You Can Do To Keep Your System Safe ::.
1. Official Alt.Hackers.Malicious Faq - Part 1
2. Official Alt.Hackers.Malicious Faq - Part 2
3. Official Alt.Hackers.Malicious Faq - Part 3
4. Information Overload for Newbies
5. Dealing with External Computer Security Incidents
6. AusCERT Alert 2000.03 Current Widespread Intruder Activity
7. Continuing threats to home users
8. Statistical Weaknesses in TCP/IP Initial Sequence Numbers
9. Coordinated Attacks and Probes
10. Stealth Coordinated Attacks
11. Format Bugs
12. What you need to: Spoof/Hijack/Predict
13. Paranoia vs. Transparency and their effects on Internet Security
14. Compromised Buffer Overflows, from Intel to Sparc version 8
15. Advanced Buffer Overflow Exploit
16. Writing Buffer Overflow Exploits - A Tutorial for beginners
17. Digital Voodoo - The Craft of Hacking on the Internet - Part 1
18. Digital Voodoo - The Craft of Hacking on the Internet - Part 2
19. Digital Voodoo - The Craft of Hacking on the Internet - Part 3
20. Digital Voodoo - The Craft of Hacking on the Internet - Part 4
21. Digital Voodoo - The Craft of Hacking on the Internet - Part 5
22. w00w00 on Heap Overflows
23. CIAC Incident Handling Guidelines - Part 1
24. CIAC Incident Handling Guidelines - Part 2
25. CIAC Incident Handling Guidelines - Part 3
26. ESNet/Decnet Security Policy
27. Principles of Buffer Overflow explained
28. Protecting Memory and Addressing - Part 1
29. Memory and Addressing Protection - Part 2
30. How to Hack a School Network
31. Beginners Guide to VAX/VMS Hacking - Part 1
32. Beginners Guide to VAX/VMS Hacking - Part 2
33. Hacking Direct Access 5.0
34. Oracle 9iAS Multiple Buffer Overflows in the PL/SQL Module
35. Oracle's ADI 7.1.1.10.1 plaintext passwords
36. Oracle (all versions of Oracle on Windows NT) DoS
37. Oracle 8i
38. Oracle 8i TNS Listener Exploitable Buffer Overflow
39. Oracle 8, 9i dbsnmp Buffer Overflow
40. Oracle 8.1.5 dbsnmp root
41. Oracle 8i TNS Listener Buffer Overflow
42. CIAC M-011 Oracle Trace Collection Security Vulnerability
43. CIAC M-012 Oracle File Overwrite Security Vulnerability
44. Oracle oratclsh vulnerability
45. CIAC L-108 - Oracle 8i TNS Listener Vulnerability
46. Multiple LDAP vulnerabilities
47. Vulnerability in OpenView and NetView
48. Mathematica 4.0, 4.1 licence manager bugs
49. Introduction to Assembly Programming
50. WinZip, PKZip, WinRAR - all have problems with device filenames
51. Booby Trapped Shareware
52. Latitude C800 BIOS Suspend to Disk problems
53. Terminal Servers and Network Security
54. Hacking an Access Database
55. How to Hack Nedbank
56. How to get a root shell on NedBank
57. Hacking Standard Bank
58. Hacking the CyberXpress Internet Kiosk
59. Hacking in Switched Environments
60. More fun with CyberXpress Internet Kiosks
61. More fun with Nedbank's Nedassist Terminals
62. Better Password Practices
63. Hacking T-Online Passwords
64. Handler and Cracking Passwd Files
65. Tools Information :: Password Generators
66. Tools Information :: Password Security Audit Programs
67. sscan scanning tool
68. Defeating Portscan Detection
69. portchk.c
70. pscan
71. findomains.c
72. Propecia Port Scanner
73. Soup Port Scanner
74. PScan Port Scanner
75. Simple Ping Sweep 1.0b
76. Simple Stealth 1.10
77. Sl0scan
78. Statd Overflow Scanner
79. Web proxy port scanner Beta 1.1
80. Tools Information :: Network Scanning
81. Wardialing Brief
82. Local Area Detection of Incoming War Dial Activity
83. Tools Information :: Fingerprinting
84. Reconstructing Serialized Java Objects from Sniffer logs
85. krnsniff 0.1a
86. Tools Information :: Sniffing
87. Sage Software's MAS 200 - easy remote disable
88. Tomcat DoS
89. MiM simultaneous CLOSE attack
90. Raytheon SilentRunner 2.0, 2.0.1 DoS
91. Mirror DoS
92. DoS Attacks using the Domain Name System
93. June 18 DoS Threat
94. AusCERT Alert 2000.02 Recent Denial of Service attacks
95. NIPC Advisory 01-26 Increased Potential for Distributed Denial of
Service (DDoS) Attacks
96. How DDoS attacks work (in German)
97. Babel, DDoS of Biblical Proportions
98. Trinoo Killer
99. Tools Information :: Denial of Service Attacks
100. Revealing Email Headers
101. MDaemon SMTP server 4.0.5 unauthorized relaying
102. COTSE Pseudo-Anonymous Usenet Version 2.02
103. Posting through closed news servers using open proxies
104. Cookie Leak Security Hole in HTML Email Messages
105. Email Pseudonym Server
106. Proxomitron Naoko-4 BetaFour arbitrary Javascript execution
107. Squid - abuse as portscanner
108. Multiple Vulnerabilities in BIND
109. ISC BIND Vulnerability
110. Patch for DNS DoS
111. Coding with the DNS Protocol
112. BIND Vulnerabilities and Solutions
113. DNS ID Hacking - Part 1
114. DNS ID Hacking - Part 2
115. Spam FAQ - Part 1
116. Spam FAQ - Part 2
117. Spam FAQ - Part 3
118. Tools Information :: SPAM
119. SurgeFTP weak hash to store admin password
120. TrollFTPD-1.26 exploitable buffer overflow
121. WS_FTP server 2.0.2 buffer overflow
122. Win98 kernel bug
123. wu-ftpd/BeroFTPD MAPPING_CHDIR Vulnerability
124. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Wu-FTPD based daemons
125. File Globbing Vulnerabilities in various FTP Servers
126. wu-ftpd "site exec" vulnerability
127. GlFTPD CPU Hog
128. IBM TFTP Server for Java directory traversal
129. NetWin Authentication Module 3.0b password hash issues
130. Proftpd DoS
131. Argosoft FTP Server Advisory
132. AusCERT Alert 2000.09 Current widespread intruder activity
against ftpd
133. A-FTP Denial of Service
134. ArGoSoft 1.2.2.2 FTP Server Directory Traversal vulnerability
135. Broker FTP Server 5.9.5.0 Buffer Overflow/DoS, Directory
Traversal
136. Bison FTP Server v4r1 directory traversal
137. Broker FTP Server 5.9.5.0 link upload vulnerability
138. Bison FTP Server v4r1 link upload vulnerability
139. Cerberus FTP Server 1.x Buffer Overflow
140. CesarFTP v0.98b Buffer Overflow
141. CesarFTP Stack Overflow
142. CrushFTP Server 2.1.4 Multiple Vulnerabilities
143. Win2000 ftp - any file on system can be deleted
144. Multiple FTP Daemons Buffer Overflow - Part 1
145. Multiple FTP Daemons Buffer Overflow - Part 2
146. Serv-U FTP Server, G6 FTP Server, WarFTPd Server,... DoS with
Perl exploit
147. G6 FTP Server up to version 2.0 get path vulnerability
148. gftp prior to 2.0.8pre1 segfault
149. gftpd segfault
150. Ghetto FTP Server version 1.0 beta 1 directory traversal
151. GuildFTPD v0.97 Directory traversal
152. GuildFTPD v0.97 buffer overrun, memory leak
153. MIT Kerberos 5, all releases. FTP daemon buffer overflow
154. Rumpus FTP Server 1.3.5 lockout
155. Rumpus FTP lockup
156. Surge FTP Server directory traversal
157. SpoonFTP incorrect boundary checks
158. TYPsoft FTP server break out of FTP root
159. WFTPD 32-bit (X86) 3.00 R5 directory traversal
160. WFTPD *.lnk problems
161. WFTPD A: drive DoS
162. The FTP Tutorial
163. Free Dialup Internet
164. ICMP Stands for Trouble
165. Identifying ICMP Hackery Tools
166. Virtual LAN Technology Report
167. SSH protocol weaknesses
168. Hacking Dockside Temporary Internet Accounts
169. (Ab)using Offline HTTP/FTP services
170. Coding simple Sockets in Perl
171. Blackhole TCP/UDP behaviour and its effect on nmap
172. Routing Information Protocol spec
173. @Home network - taking over someone's IP address
174. DSL Security Whitepaper
175. Linksys DSL Router
176. Linksys EtherFast 4-Port Cable/DSL Router cleartext passwords
177. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Alcatel ADSL Modems
178. Multiple DoS Vulnerabilities in Cisco Broadband Operating System
CBOS
179. ZyXEL Prestige 100, 202, 642R and 642R-I 2.50 ADSL Routers
password default
180. Surfing the Web Backwards - Backlink Navigation
181. HTTP Basic Authentication explained
182. HTML Form Protocol - send arbitrary data to any port
183. Netaddress.com mailing service login form exploit
184. How to fake a Hotmail email
185. How we defaced www.apache.org
186. Hacking Tripod Accounts
187. Anonymizer, SafeWeb comments out Javascript instead of cutting it
out completely
188. Yahoo/Hotmail susceptible to worms
189. gmx.net javascript filtering weakness
190. How to Hack a Geocities-type Web Page
191. Hotmail - view someone else's email!
192. Roxen arbitrary file retrieval
193. Sambar Web Server directory traversal
194. Sambar static Blowfish key
195. Sambar DoS
196. NetWare Enterprise Web Server - two issues
197. Mambo Site Server version 3.0.X admin privileges
198. Java Personal Webserver 0.9 Denial of Service
199. ACI 4D Webserver directory traversal
200. McAfee ASaP VirusScan lightweight web server - break out of its
root
201. OmniHTTPd DoS, Show-source
202. Mac OS X 10.0.3 / Darwin 1.3.3, Apache 1.3.14
203. Apache 1.3.17 get directory exploit
204. OmniHTTPd Pro DoS
205. Jana Webserver v1.45, 1.46, 2.0Beta1 hex-encoded dot-dot
directory traversal
206. Lotus Domino Server 5.0.6 force Javascript to run
207. Lotus Domino 4.x, 5.x routing loop
208. Savant WWW url-encoded characters filtering problem
209. vWebServer show-code vulnerability
210. Webtrends HTTP Server show-source
211. Personal Web sharing v1.5.5 input overflow
212. SITEWare cleartext passwords, read arbitrary files
213. SITEWare 2.5, 3.0 arbitrary viewing of world-readable files
anywhere on system
214. Trend Micro Virus Control System(VCS) unauthorized admin access
215. WAP gateways
216. Acme.Server 1.7 root exploit
217. Air Messenger LAN Server HTTP Interface Directory Traversal
Attack
218. McAfee Agent ASaP VirusScan Software HTTP server directory
traversal
219. Freestyle Chat server Directory traversal vulnerability
220. LiteServe MS-DOS filename show source vulnerability
221. SnapStream PVS builtin web server - 3 vulnerabilities
222. Lotus Notes/Domino Security Vulnerabilities AusCERT Alert 2000.10
DefCon 8.0
223. Uncgi directory traversal
224. WinWrapper Professional 2.0 read arbitrary files
225. Respondus v1.1.2 weak encryption
226. SuSE 6.x, 7.x sdbsearch.cgi misplaced environment variable trust
227. Tivoli Management Framework problem
228. Tivoli SecureWay Policy Director incorrect URL-Encoding handling
229. HTTProtect 1.1 - change protected files
230. MyPhpAdmin remote command execution
231. NetCode NC Book 0.2b remote command execution
232. PHPLib prior to 7.2 prepend.php3 - non-local code injection
233. PHProjekt security hold
234. PHP 4.0.x mail() does not check for shell escape codes
235. PHPnuke 5.x improper variable checking
236. BSCW Symlinks vulnerability
237. Cold Fusion on Linux cfrethrow tag crash
238. Cold Fusion multiple remote vulnerabilities
239. Cold Fusion multiple remote vulnerabilities
240. ttawebtop.cgi read arbitrary files
241. udirectory.pl remote command execution
242. viewsrc.cgi - view any file on server
243. webmin 0.84 leaves its login/password in a MIME encoded
environment variable
244. web_store.cgi read arbitrary files
245. CGI/Perl Hacking
246. Safe CGI Programming
247. A1Stats CGI view files, overwrite files bug
248. Active Classifieds Free Edition 1.0 CGI fails to authenticate
administrators
249. AdCycle up to 1.15 does not properly validate user input
250. 1C:Arcadia Tradecli.dll Show Path, Read Arbitrary Files, DoS
251. Basilix Webmail System - read any file, run PHP programs
252. Carello E-Commerce for NT 1.2.1 - Execute arbitrary code with Web
Server privileges
253. DCShop can be made to give out customer credit cards in plain
text
254. ePerl can be made to process untrusted files
255. FormMail.pl - spam anonymously
256. Gnatsweb.pl unchecked user input
257. Interactive Story 1.3 read arbitrary file
258. MP3Mystic dot-dot directory traversal
259. Paper: PHP common vulnerabilities
260. phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin insecure include() calls
261. phpSecurePages remote command execution vulnerability
262. PHPSlash - url scheme integrity not checked
263. PHProjekt directory traversal
264. SquirrelMail webmail Insecure include() calls
265. Twig 2.6.2 free webmail system Unquoted SQL Query String problem
266. BadBlue 1.0 Beta retrieve PHP source
267. CFDecrypt - Decrypt Cold Fusion templates encrypted with CFCRYPT
268. Baltimore Technologies WEBSweeper 4.02 bypass malicious tags
269. DCShop - retrieve cleartext credit cards
270. E-smith - insert accounts that are invisible to admin
271. Entrust execute arbitrary code
272. Surf-net ASP forum really weak "security"
273. SIX-webboard .. and / not processed
274. phpBB 1.4.0 backslash problem
275. phpBB 1.4.0 run arbitrary code
276. phpBB 1.4.0 input validation attack BBS
277. DCForum - attacker can create admin account!
278. O'Reilly WebBoard 4.10.30 execute arbitrary javascript on remote
machine
279. A More Stealthy way to Hack a Wildcat BBS
280. CGI-Exploit Scanner
281. cgicheck99 0.4
282. Cgichk
283. cgiscan.c
284. Guile 3.1 CGI Scanner
285. Malice
286. Perl CGI Checker
287. Tools Information :: Web Site Hacking :: Audit Tools
288. Buffer Overflow in AOL ICQ
289. webmasters can force themselves into Contact list
290. ICQ Protocol Version 5 - Part 1
291. ICQ Protocol Version 5 - Part 2
292. Hacking Techniques and Methods ICQ
293. ICQ Protocol
294. Excryption and Checkcode of the ICQ Protocol V3 and V4
295. ICQ Protocol Decoder
296. Unofficial ICQ V3 Specification
297. ICQ V4 protocol early analysis notes - Part 1
298. ICQ V4 protocol early analysis notes - Part 2
299. ICQ V4 protocol early analysis notes - Part 3
300. ICQ V4 protocol early analysis notes - Part 4
301. Updated description of the ICQ V4 Protocol
302. ICQ V4 protocol analysis notes - Part 1
303. ICQ V4 protocol analysis notes - Part 2
304. mIRC 5.41 DoS
305. AntiBot TCL Script for channel protection
306. AIM Secrets
307. NetQuake Server DoS
308. Quake 3 Arena 1.29f/g segfault exploit
309. CIAC M-007 Macintosh OS-X App Mgr Vulnerability
310. CIAC M-013 Mac OS X Downloading Applications Vulnerability
311. MacAdministrator hidden files problems
312. MacOS X permissions corruption
313. PWS 1.5.5 password field input overflow
314. Security Analysis of the Palm Operating System
315. Tektronix (Xerox) PhaserLink Webserver security through obscurity
316. Code Red can crash HP JetDirect printers
317. 3Com Netbuilder II SNMP ILMI undocumented Community
318. 3COM hardware - inadequate brute force attack protection
319. 3Com Officenet DSL Router crash
320. Allied Telesyn AT-AR220e DSL/Cable Router virtual server
insecurity
321. Cayman-DSL nmap scan crash
322. NetApp NetCaches tunneling vulnerability
323. NetGap - bypassing filter engine
324. Multiple RADIUS Implementations - buffer overflows
325. Cisco vpn3000 concentrator vulnerability
326. Cisco content services switch user account
327. Cisco catalyst 5000 series vulnerability
328. Cisco IOS BGP Attribute Corruption Vulnerability
329. Cisco Content Services Switch ftp Vulnerability
330. Cisco Multiple Vulnerabilities in CBOS
331. Cisco IOS Reload After Scanning Vulnerability
332. Cisco 11000 Series Switch Web Management Vulnerability
333. Cisco IOS HTTP Authorization Vulnerability
334. Cisco IOS HTTP Authorization Vulnerability
335. Cisco SN 5420 Storage Router Vulnerabilities
336. Cisco Catalyst 2900XL - crash with an empty UDP packet
337. Cisco HSRP DoS
338. Cisco Content Service Switch 11000 Series FTP Privilege error
339. Cisco CBOS 2.x Multiple Vulnerabilities
340. Cisco IOS 12.1(2)T, 12.1(3)T memory error can cause reload
341. Cisco Content Service Switch 11000 Series failure to enforce
restrictions for accessing web management URL
342. Cisco 6400 NRP2 Telnet telnet access with no password set
343. Cisco IOS 11.3 and later - execute arbitrary code
344. Cisco SN 5420 Storage Routers DoS, unrestricted low level access
345. Cisco PPTP vulnerability
346. Anti-Spoofing rules generator for Cisco boxes
347. Cisco Catalyst 5000 switch compatibility crash
348. Cisco Local Director Denial of Service
349. Cisco SN 5420 Storage Routers Denial of Service
350. Cisco IOS HTTP Server Authentication Vulnerability
351. Cisco Secure IDS Signature Obfuscation Vulnerability
352. Cisco - Multiple Vulnerabilities in ACL Implementations
353. Starfish Truesync Desktop + REX 5000 Pro two vulnerabilities
354. 802.11b Access Point Devices - WEP Encryption Key divulged
355. 802.11b Access Point Devices (many vendors) authentication
mechanism flaw
356. Wireless LAN sniffing
357. 802.11b (WiFi) Security Update
358. Wireless LAN Security
359. Ultra-Mini Gay HOWTO - Dialout/PPP on Shiva LANRovers

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..:: E. Computer Security Information ::.
1. Firewalls Torn Apart
2. Guide To Social Engineering
3. Social Engineering And Email Account Cracking
4. Network Firewall Security
5. Hijacking Hotmail Accounts For Newbies
6. Various Ways To Hack Or Over Ride Foolproof
7. Configuring ZoneAlarm Securely
8. IP Masquerading Tutorial
9. Interesting Things You Didnt Know About Your Computers Hardware
10. Advanced Number Systems Made Easy
11. Hacking Dictionary
12. Hacking The Bios
13. DNS The What The How And The Why
14. Exploit Mihirs Guide To Inserting Logo To System Properties
15. Getting Geographical Information Using An IP Address
16. Create A Lightweight E Mailer
17. Telnet Explained
18. Installing A Webserver For NewbiesI
19. The IP Address
20. Being A Hacker On The Meaning Of Being A Hacker
21. Well Known Port Numbers
22. Samba How To
23. Removing Banners
24. Port Numbers Part 1
25. Port Numbers Part 2
26. Port Numbers Part 3
27. Port Numbers Part 4
28. Port Numbers Part 5
29. Port Numbers Part 6
30. Port Numbers Part 7
31. Port Numbers Part 8
32. Port Numbers Part 9
33. The OSI Model
34. The Basic Elements Of Cracking
35. Beginners Step By Step Security Guide
36. Linking Rules For Hacking And Other Alternative Websites
37. Installing A Webserver For Newbies
38. Glossary
39. Wireless Security And Hacking
40. Wireless Network
41. Demystifying Remote Host Part 1
42. Exploiting Design Flaws In The Win32 API For Privilege Escalation
43. Wireless LAN Technologies and Windows XP
44. Understanding NetBIOS
45. The Complete Guide To Computers
46. Things You Need
47. How To Clear The Past Mapped Network Drives List
48. You Got This File From
49. Msn Tutorial Ugw Securtiy Information Base
50. The Basics Of Cryptography
51. PGP Encryption For Beginners Learn How PGP Works
52. Cryptography FAQ
53. Cryptography Split Wide Open
54. W2K File System
55. A More Indepth Article About The Basics To Encryption
56. Protecting Your Scripts
57. Breaking Script Encoder
58. Windows 2000 Encrypting File System And Disk Wipe Software
Vulnerability
59. Buffer Overflow Basics
60. Deadly Dos Attack
61. MS Office XP The More Money I Give To Microsoft The More
Vulnerable My Windows Computers Are
62. Dos Attacks Explained
63. Introduction To Denial Of Service
64. Miscellaneous Groups Publications
65. Documents About General Hardening
66. Documents About Unix Hardening
67. Basic Steps To Hardening A Standalone Windows 2000 Installation
68. Setting Up IIS And Securing Streamed Content
69. Articles On How To Securing Hardening BSD
70. Step By Step Guide To Secure Win2k
71. Documents About Windows9x ME Hardening
72. Documents About General Hardening
73. Securing Your Web Pages With Apache
74. Documents About Windows9x ME Hardening
75. Documents About IIS Hardening Securing
76. Basic Steps To Hardening A Standalone Windows 2000 Installation
77. Excellent Analysis Of The ICQ Trojans
78. The ICQ Security Tutorial
79. Backing Up Your ICQ Contact List And Settings
80. Hijacking ICQ Accounts in Spanish
81. ICQ Password Stealing Tutorial
82. The ICQ Password Securing Tutorial
83. Hijacking ICQ Accounts
84. Back Door Infecting Guide
85. Security Home
86. Get ICQ Passwords Using Share Programms
87. Snort On Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000 Using Mysql And Acid
88. Eggdrop Bots Tutorial Written by The Cyber God
89. Eggdrop Bots Tutorial
90. Getting Passwords Of Nicks In mIRC
91. IRC Spoofing
92. The IRC Warfare Tutorial Written
93. IRC Trading Security
94. Getting Passwords Of Nicks In mIRC
95. IRC Basic Commands
96. Never Be Banned In IRC
97. IRC FAQ Undergroundworld de vu the Secure-Net Search Lab
98. A Better Way To Get Hotmail Passwords - A Little Helpful Program
With A Short Tutorial
99. Newbie Keyloggers Toturial - How To Disable The Keyloggers
100. Tutorial To Make Your Folder (Any ) Secure And Inaccessible By
Others Without Using Any Program
101. A Trick To Get Access To Control Panel As A Restricted Network
User On Windows XP And 2000
102. Removing The Folder Having ASCII Character From The Drive
103. Getting Rid Of The Urls You Visited In The Url Bar Of IE
104. Exploring Windows
105. Create Your Own Logon Message
106. MSN Mesenger Tip
107. Writing MBR When Norton Antivirus2002 Has Auto-Protection Enable
108. Trick on CNN.COM or tricking minds via cnn.com
109. Access The Blocked Folder In WinNt
110. Various Methods Of Hacking Hotmail
111. Writing Bootable CD's With Nero
112. How To Protect A Folder From Access From Anyone, Even Your
Administrator
113. How To Change Product Key In XP With No Re-Install
114. No More Popups
115. Tips And Tricks On Burning
116. The Elite Symbols
117. Windows Xp Product Key Modifier
118. Hacking Hotmail
119. Kazaa As A Annonymous Emailer
120. Cracking Unix Password Files For Beginners
121. Exploiting Cisco Systems
122. Cracking Unix Password Files For Beginners
123. Poor Security On Default Windows 2000 Server Installation Could
Lead To Unauthorized Database Access
124. Remote Control Of IIS Windows
125. How To Become A Hacker
126. Features of Postal Nemesis
127. Gathering Info On A Host - The Essential Ingredient For Getting
Root Or Admin
128. What System Administrators Fear
129. Munga Bunga's HTTP Brute Forcer
130. Port Scanning: Is it illegal?
131. Microsoft Internet Information Services Local And Remote Dos
132. Netbios Based Hacking Tutorial
133. Languard Network Scanner Basics
134. IIS Allows Universal Cross Site Scripting
135. All Versions Of Microsoft Internet Information Services Remote
Buffer Overflow (SYSTEM Level Access)
136. Simple Guide For Opening Files Locked
137. Getting Through An Access Database Password
138. Shell Accounts For Newbies
139. Admin Access In A Locked Environment
140. Info Gathering Tutorial
141. Introduction To Buffer Overflow
142. Using Nbstat/Netbios To Your Advantage
143. Buffer Overflows-Getting Started
144. Default Password Paths
145. Tutorial About Netbios
146. How To Write Format String Exploits
147. Unchecked Buffer in ISAPI Extension Could Enable Compromise of
IIS 5.0 Server
148. Anonymity Tutorial
149. How The NSA Is Monitoring You
150. Proxy/WinGate/SOCKS Tutorial
151. Introduction To Webmin
152. Exploiting IPC Share
153. Cryptic Windows Errors
154. Fun With Debug
155. What Is The Ntregistry
156. Untold Secrets
157. Beginners Guide To Linux - Easy Installation Guide
158. Another Registry
159. File And Printsharing
160. Windows 98 Security Issues
161. Poledit
162. Creating Files In Windows That Begin With A Dot
163. Creating Hidden Folders Without Filenames Made EZ
164. Remote OS Detection
165. Hacking A Windows 2000 System Through IPC$
166. Hacking/Cracking Iis 4/5
167. How To Hack Windows XP Admin Passwords
168. Generel Bugs In Iis 4-5-5.01
169. Installing Apache On Windows
170. Installing 2K
171. Foolproof
172. Fooling Foolproof
173. How To Make Simple DOS Batchfiles
174. How To Protect A Folder From Access From Anyone, Even Your
Administrator
175. How To Change Product Key In XP With No Re-Install
176. Defeat Foolproof
177. Removing Outlook 2002 XP Attachment Security
178. Running Programs Trough The Run Feature
179. Why Openbsd Will Never Be As Secure As Linux
180. Basic Security - Windows ME
181. A Review Of Lindows
182. 95-98 Local Hacking
183. Inside Windows XP Product Activation
184. What's New For The Windows 98 Startup Disk
185. Attachment File Types Blocked By MS Office XP Outlook
186. Advanced DOS Techniques
187. Windows File/Printer Sharing Explained
188. Microsoft IIS Unicode Exploit Explained
189. Useful DOS Commands (Mainly For Newbies)
190. Hacking The Hash - Hacking Windows 2000 and XP Passwords
191. Real Desktop Items, Not Shortcuts
192. Microsoft Explorer html-based folders (Level= Script Kiddie)
193. Access To Other Restricted Users Folders In Winxp/2K
194. Common Files Of The /Etc Directory And Their Uses
195. Writing Your Own Operating System
196. Hiding Things From Other Windows Users
197. Changing Startup/Shutdown Logos The Easy Way
198. Linux Security For Newbies
199. NetBIOS Vulnerability
200. WHAT Will Microsoft Think Windows Exposed
201. Windows Hacking
202. Windows XP Explained
203. Unaccessible Dirs/FILES From [Another Method] [ONLY WORKS IN
WINDOWS Older Than XP]
204. How To Look At Someones Desktop In XP
205. Why Linux Will Never Be As Secure As Open bsd
206. Hack Into Windows Network
207. Sendmail And Beyond: Kewl Tips And Tricks
208. What Is The POP3 Protocol
209. Various Send Mail Holes - Part 1
210. Various Send Mail Holes - Part 2
211. TCP\IP: A Mammoth Description
212. The Sendmail Tutorial
213. The FTP Tutorial
214. The FTP Tutorial
215. Giving the Finger to port 79 / Simple Finger Deamon Tutorial by
Paris2K
216. Sendmail Tutorial Version 1.1 - (UGW Securtiy Information Base)
217. FakeMail - How to Send Fake Mail Using SMTP Servers
218. TCP Wrappers Disclosed
219. Register Modfying - A Must Read For Every Cracking Newbie
220. Cracking "Customizer 2000 for w9x/me ver. 6.5.3"
221. Cracking "Sweet Little Piano v1.83"
222. New Tech Hacks Crack
223. The Crack Tutorial - Part 1
224. The Crack Tutorial - Part 2
225. Illegal XP Owners Beware, Microsoft Has Quite A Suprise Planned
226. Newbies First Class
227. MS Windows 2000 TCP/IP Implementation Details - Part 1
228. MS Windows 2000 TCP/IP Implementation Details - Part 2
229. MS Windows 2000 TCP/IP Implementation Details - Part 3
230. MS Windows 2000 TCP/IP Implementation Details - Part 4
231. MS Windows 2000 TCP/IP Implementation Details - Part 5

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..:: F. Phreaking Information ::.
1. Updates for the alt.phreaking FAQ
2. The New AT&T Network
3. Rebuttal of "The Scariest Number In The World"
4. FCC Part 68 FAQs
5. Sniper's Guide to Telstra LPR Traces
6. Hacking K-Mart's Phone System
7. 1-400 Phone Numbers
8. Usenet thread on DATU passes
9. Phone-Computer on Playing Around
10. Free 976 Number Hack
11. The Guide to Mostly Chirpy Phreaking Part 1
12. The Guide to Mostly Chirpy Phreaking Part 2
13. The Guide to Mostly Chirpy Phreaking Part 3
14. New School Phreaking
15. PBX's and WATS
16. Madrox's guide to... Extender and PBX hacking
17. Telephone Frequency and Crystal Tutorial
18. Technician Ring Back Numbers
19. Trucking/Trashing
20. DATUs Explained
21. Teletech (Itron) Telco truck terminal system
22. Anoy-O-Phone
23. Oncore Communications Exploit Type Thingy
24. Trashing locations in Manchester
25. BT Lineboxes
26. UK Phone Phreaking FAQ
27. BT's Exchange Test Numbers
28. BT Dial Codes
29. Call Logging FAQ
30. BT Basics
31. MED Guide to UK Telephonics 1
32. MED Guide to UK Telephonics 2
33. The analogue T.X.E. Switch
34. Free Calls from a Taxi Fone
35. BT Wiring Cabinets
36. DATU
37. Agilent/AT&T Extender Manipulation
38. Updated LASS Codes
39. Dealing with PBX/CPE Fraud
40. Telephone Systems Security Guidance Notes
41. Swiss Telecom Info
42. Gold Phoning
43. Phreaker's Phun House
44. Setting up an Alliance Meet-Me Conference
45. Cosmos 1
46. Cosmos 2
47. The 1986 COSMOS Philes Part 3: Service Order Input
48. Rules of Phreaking : plus several dozen k of interesting stuff
from 1986
49. The IKZ-50 System
50. South African Phreaking technique
51. ANAC in South Africa
52. Various Phone Warez
53. Just how stupid Diana PABX's are
54. Vulnerabilities and Security Limitations of Current IP Telephony
Systems
55. Compromsing Voice Messaging Systems
56. Hacking Voice Mailboxes (largely stolen from Cyber Thief)
57. How To Phreak Answering Machines
58. Vodacom VMB Hacking
59. MTN Voicemail Hacking
60. More Vodacom VMB Hacking Nonsense
61. The Index-By-Color of The Fixer's 2K1 Box Review!
62. The Fixer's 2K1 Box Review - Part 1
63. The Fixer's 2K1 Box Review - Part 2
64. Blue Box Interest: "A Phreindly Phile" - early boxing text
65. What Can I Do With a Blue Box?
66. Blue Boxing Numbers : Yes, toll free numbers that can still be
boxed from!
67. Can Blue Boxing Be Achived in the UK?
68. Blue Boxing, po-russki
69. Blue Box Interest : C5 Worldwide Results List (from Switzerland)
70. Criticism of the Red Box FAQ
71. Updates for the alt.phreaking FAQ
72. Revised Red Box
73. It's Too ****ing Cold To Beige Box Box
74. Emergency "Box"
75. Beige Boxing Techniques
76. The Complete Lamer's Guide to Pillboxin'
77. The Sonik Box : Use headphones instead of a phone when beige
boxing
78. Beige Box Plans
79. Introduction to Phone Taps
80. Beige Boxing in South Africa
81. More Beigeboxing Methods
82. The Privacy Box
83. Telezapper Box - Disable telemarketing predictive dialers
84. Invisible Box : Prevent In-Use Lights from Lighting
85. The Crimson Box Explained : (Hold Button)
86. Advanced Click Box : Frees busy lines
87. Click Box - Frees busy lines
88. Idiotic Box
89. Toast Box
90. Poor Man's Electro-Bastard Box
91. Click Box - Frees busy lines
92. Cheaply Made Phone Tap
93. The Tone Box : Create static on target line
94. The Mirror Box, a correction
95. 9V Busy Box
96. Blue Boxing Australia
97. Beige and Buzy Box
98. Blue Box in the USA
99. Raven Box
100. NeonRock Box
101. The end of ACTS
102. Slugging
103. How to get Free Local Calls on New Payphones
104. Payphone Calls are Free
105. New Jersey Payphones
106. Free Calling from Payphones - it's easier than you think!
107. Everything you really never wanted to know about coin services
108. Oxford Payphones 1.0
109. Payphones - Cash and Free Calls
110. COCOTs: What the hell are they anyway?
111. COCOTs which were untouchable are no more!

Source: http://www.security.fx-vista.com/Cat...ormation-1.php

..:: G. Security Publications ::.
1. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 01
2. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 02E
3. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 94-03A
4. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 94-04C
5. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 94-05D
6. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-06
7. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-07
8. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-07B
9. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-08
10. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-09
11. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-10
12. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-11
13. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 95-12
14. Computer Incident Advisory Capability - 96-01
15. Call and Response Telephone Compilations
16. Forbidden Knowledge - The Final Chapter
17. Forbidden Knowledge #1
18. Forbidden Knowledge #10
19. Forbidden Knowledge #13
20. Forbidden Knowledge #14
21. Forbidden Knowledge #2
22. Forbidden Knowledge #3
23. Forbidden Knowledge #4
24. Forbidden Knowledge #5
25. Forbidden Knowledge #6
26. Forbidden Knowledge #7
27. Forbidden Knowledge #8
28. Forbidden Knowledge #9
29. Keen Veracity 11 - Part 1
30. Keen Veracity 11 - Part 2
31. Keen Veracity 11 - Part 3
32. Keen Veracity 11 - Part 4
33. Keen Veracity 11 - Part 5
34. Lexxicor IRC Abuse ezine #1
35. Lexxicor IRC Abuse ezine #2
36. Lexxicor IRC Abuse ezine #3
37. A Cracking Guide For Beginners
38. A Cracking Guide For Advanced Amateurs Part I
39. A Cracking Guide For Advanced Amateurs Part II
40. Phrack 57 File 0x01 Introduction
41. Phrack 57 File 0x02 Loopback
42. Phrack 57 File 0x03 Linenoise
43. Phrack 57 File 0x04 Editorial policy
44. Phrack 57 File 0x05 IA64 shellcode
45. Phrack 57 File 0x06 Taranis read your e-mail
46. Phrack 57 File 0x07 ICMP based OS fingerprinting
47. Phrack 57 File 0x08 Vudo malloc tricks - Part 1
48. Phrack 57 File 0x08 Vudo malloc tricks - Part 2
49. Phrack 57 File 0x09 Once upon a free()
50. Phrack 57 File 0x0a Against the System: Rise of the Robots
51. Phrack 57 File 0x0b Holistic approaches to attack detection
52. Phrack 57 File 0x0c NIDS on mass parallel processing architecture
53. Phrack 57 File 0x0d Hang on snoopy
54. Phrack 57 File 0x0e Architecture spanning shellcode
55. Phrack 57 File 0x0f Writing ia32 alphanumeric shellcodes - Part 1
56. Phrack 57 File 0x0f Writing ia32 alphanumeric shellcodes - Part 2
57. Phrack 57 File 0x10 Cupass and the net user change password
problem
58. Phrack 57 File 0x11 Phrack World News
59. Phrack 57 File 0x12 Phrack magazine extraction utility
60. Risks Forum Digest - Part 1
61. Risks Forum Digest - Part 2
62. Risks Forum Digest - Part 3
63. Risks Forum Digest - Part 4
64. Risks Forum Digest - Part 5
65. Risks Forum Digest - Part 6
66. Risks Forum Digest - Part 7
67. Risks Forum Digest - Part 8
68. Risks Forum Digest - Part 9
69. Risks Forum Digest - Part 10
70. Risks Forum Digest - Part 11
71. Risks Forum Digest - Part 12
72. Risks Forum Digest - Part 13
73. Risks Forum Digest - Part 14
74. Risks Forum Digest - Part 15
75. Risks Forum Digest - Part 16
76. Risks Forum Digest - Part 17
77. Risks Forum Digest - Part 18
78. Risks Forum Digest - Part 19
79. Risks Forum Digest - Part 20
80. Risks Forum Digest - Part 21
81. Risks Forum Digest - Part 22
82. Risks Forum Digest - Part 23
83. Risks Forum Digest - Part 24
84. Risks Forum Digest - Part 25
85. Risks Forum Digest - Part 26
86. Risks Forum Digest - Part 27
87. Risks Forum Digest - Part 28
88. Risks Forum Digest - Part 29
89. Risks Forum Digest - Part 30
90. Risks Forum Digest - Part 31
91. Tricks of the Trade #1
92. Tricks of the Trade #2
93. Tricks of the Trade #3 - Part 1
94. Tricks of the Trade #3 - Part 2
95. Tricks of the Trade #4 - Part 1
96. Tricks of the Trade #4 - Part 2
97. Tricks of the Trade #6 - Part 1
98. Tricks of the Trade #6 - Part 2
99. Tricks of the Trade #6 - Part 3
100. Tricks of the Trade #6 - Part 4
101. Tricks of the Trade #6 - Part 5
102. Tricks of the Trade #6 - Part 6
103. Underground Periodical #1
104. Underground Periodical #2 - Part 1
105. Underground Periodical #2 - Part 2
106. Underground Periodical #3 - Part 1
107. Underground Periodical #3 - Part 2
108. Underground Periodical #4 - Part 1
109. Underground Periodical #4 - Part 2
110. Underground Periodical #4 - Part 3
111. Underground Periodical #5 - Part 1
112. Underground Periodical #5 - Part 2
113. Underground Periodical #6 - Part 1
114. Underground Periodical #6 - Part 2
115. Underground Periodical #6 - Part 3
116. Underground Periodical #6 - Part 4
117. Underground Periodical #7 - Part 1
118. Underground Periodical #7 - Part 2

Source: http://www.security.fx-vista.com/Cat...ications-1.php

..:: H. Law, Privacy, Wetware, Hardware, File Sharing ::.
1. Making a listening device out of a plunger
2. The Millibug
3. The Down-Low on Trunking
4. Logitech wireless desktop (mouse, keyboard, receiver) RF
interception
5. Model 170 Card Reader Reverse Engineering
6. Easy-To-Make Anti-Tampering Circuits
7. A Close Look at Speed Traps
8. Mousetrap SmartCard Reader!
9. Poor Man's Boards
10. EFF Alert on the proposed Security Systems Standards and
Certification Act
11. USACM letter to Sen. Hollings criticizing draft SSSCA bill
12. Leaked documents allegedly reveal RIAA assault on peer-to-peer
13. Mad As hell about the DMCA
14. City of Tampa fails to shut down Voyeur Dorm adult site
15. San Francisco bans filters in libraries -- nevermind the Feds
16. IETF Internet Draft: Why .xxx domain is a very bad idea
17. The RIAA's threatening letter to Professer Felten who helped crack
SDMI and was to publish his findings
18. A letter from the US Department of Justice to consultant accused
of hacking Brian K. West
19. Peter Swire on ATA bill, computer hacking, and life in prison
20. The ACLU on the serious civil rights impact of the new compromise
anti-terrorism legislation
21. Attorney General John Ashcroft opposes any sunset clause for anti-
terrorism legislation
22. News article: PATRIOT act goes ahead
23. How a major industry organization tried to legalize hacking
24. Fallout from the RIAA's attempt to legalize hacking
25. Various college policies on anonymous/pseudonymous mail and news
posting
26. Canada's justice minister preparing bill to limit encryption
27. The newest cyber-crime: Politically Incorrect Speech
28. Sen. Ron Wyden calls for Emergency Technology Corps
29. Forwarding email without permission illegal in Australia
30. Make Money Fast! By suing spammers?
31. KaZaA 1.3.1 + Morpheus 1.3 Sharing problems
32. Nudester 1.10 shares whole hard disk
33. Obtaining and understanding your FBI File
34. Canada's privacy commish: Video surveillance a "threat" to privacy
35. More on national ID card and use in western Europe
36. Visionics facecam firm says tech is perfect for airports
37. The South African Identity Document Number System
38. Social Insurance Number Checksums
39. Privacy Digest 10.04 Jun.09/01
40. Privacy Digest 10.05 Jun.23/01
41. Privacy Digest 10.06 Aug.22/01
42. Privacy Digest 10.07 Aug.28/01
43. Privacy Digest 10.08 Sep.06/01
44. Privacy Digest 10.09 Sep.23/01
45. Privacy Digest 10.10 Oct.22/01
46. HumanClick Exposed!
47. HTML WebBugs
48. Robert Hanssen's last letter to his Russian handlers
49. ESP of Espionage - Have the Russians and CIA been working on the
ultimate Wetware hack?
50. Social Engineering Fundamentals - Part I
51. Social Engineering Fundamentals - Part II
52. Social Engineering
53. Fooling people on IRC into running Programs
54. Getting free hard drives!
55. Alpha (personalities) are the best liars?
56. Internet Mind Games
57. How to Outfox PBX Fraud
58. What is Body Language?
59. How to win Arguments or make everyone see your side
60. Social Engineering Sears
61. Tips on finding chicks to pick up
62. FAQ on the "Mystery Method" of picking up women
63. Being Sociable
64. Psychological Profile of the Troubled Female Teen
65. A guy's seduction efforts on an Alpha bitch
66. The SMS Callback Scam
67. Programming ADT Alarms
68. Fundamentals of Electronic Lockpicking
69. The Amtel 2000 Tele-Entry System
70. How to get Credit Card Numbers the Easy Way!
71. Arcade Machines
72. Ripping off your local Arcade
73. Soda Machines
74. Vending Machine Hacking for the New Millennium: Soda Machines
75. Vending Machine Picking
76. How unsavory kids "Get **** For Free"
77. Free Cola!
78. An email to reply spammers with
79. Script Kiddies: How to be one, and be loathed by your peers
80. SKip Diving
81. Hacktivismo
82. Dr. Seuss Explains why Computers Sometimes Crash
83. Who is 2600? A quick lookup
84. The Linux Cult
85. Hacking: A Way to Live
86. A brief history of the Usenet Meowers
87. Imitation Operator from Hell
88. Pranks at Microsoft
89. Breaking AOL's Grip
90. Xanadu publishing system
91. How to be K-Rad on alt.phreaking
92. How to make your own Internet Radio Show
93. The l33t ph1l3z
94. Hackers and the Media

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..:: I. The Standards That Define The Internet ::.
1. Tekelec's Transport Adapter Layer Interface - Part 1
2. Tekelec's Transport Adapter Layer Interface - Part 2
3. Tekelec's Transport Adapter Layer Interface - Part 3
4. Tekelec's Transport Adapter Layer Interface - Part 4
5. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles: RTP,
UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 1
6. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles: RTP,
UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 2
7. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles: RTP,
UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 3
8. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles: RTP,
UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 4
9. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles: RTP,
UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 5
10. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles:
RTP, UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 6
11. RObust Header Compression (ROHC): Framework and four profiles:
RTP, UDP, ESP, and uncompressed - Part 7
12. Requirements for robust IP/UDP/RTP header compression
13. RSVP Cryptographic Authentication -- Updated Message Type Value
14. How to Advertise Responsibly Using E-Mail and Newsgroups or - how
NOT to $$$$$ MAKE ENEMIES FAST!
15. Realm Specific IP: Framework
16. Realm Specific IP: Protocol Specification - Part 1
17. Realm Specific IP: Protocol Specification - Part 2
18. RSIP Support for End-to-end IPsec
19. Finding an RSIP Server with SLP
20. ECML v1.1: Field Specifications for E-Commerce
21. Carrying Label Information in BGP-4
22. Conventions for the use of the Session Description Protocol (SDP)
for ATM Bearer Connections - Part 1
23. Conventions for the use of the Session Description Protocol (SDP)
for ATM Bearer Connections - Part 2
24. Conventions for the use of the Session Description Protocol (SDP)
for ATM Bearer Connections - Part 3
25. Conventions for the use of the Session Description Protocol (SDP)
for ATM Bearer Connections - Part 4
26. Conventions for the use of the Session Description Protocol (SDP)
for ATM Bearer Connections - Part 5
27. Request to Move STD 39 to Historic Status
28. RSA/SHA-1 SIGs and RSA KEYs in the Domain Name System (DNS)
29. Service Location Protocol Modifications for IPv6
30. LDAP Authentication Password Schema
31. 3GPP-IETF Standardization Collaboration
32. Mobile IP Vendor/Organization-Specific Extensions
33. Methodology for ATM Benchmarking - Part 1
34. Methodology for ATM Benchmarking - Part 2
35. Methodology for ATM Benchmarking - Part 3
36. Methodology for ATM Benchmarking - Part 4
37. Methodology for ATM Benchmarking - Part 5
38. On the Design of Application Protocols
39. Authentication for DHCP Messages
40. A More Loss-Tolerant RTP Payload Format for MP3 Audio
41. A URN Namespace for XML.org
42. A URN Namespace for OASIS
43. Extensions to IPv6 Neighbor Discovery for Inverse Discovery
Specification
44. A DNS RR Type for Lists of Address Prefixes (APL RR)
45. The Congestion Manager
46. Electronic Signature Policies - Part 1
47. Electronic Signature Policies - Part 2
48. Electronic Signature Formats for long term electronic signatures -
Part 1
49. Electronic Signature Formats for long term electronic signatures -
Part 2
50. Electronic Signature Formats for long term electronic signatures -
Part 3
51. Electronic Signature Formats for long term electronic signatures -
Part 4
52. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting: Protocol Evaluation
- Part 1
53. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting: Protocol Evaluation
- Part 2
54. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting: Protocol Evaluation
- Part 3
55. Protection Against a Variant of the Tiny Fragment Attack
56. Requirements for Kerberized Internet Negotiation of Keys
57. Notes from the State-Of-The-Technology: DNSSEC
58. Dormant Mode Host Alerting ("IP Paging") Problem Statement
59. Terminology for Frame Relay Benchmarking
60. Terminology for ATM ABR Benchmarking
61. Performance Enhancing Proxies Intended to Mitigate Link-Related
Degradations - Part 1
62. Performance Enhancing Proxies Intended to Mitigate Link-Related
Degradations - Part 2
63. The SPIRITS Architecture
64. OSPF Stub Router Advertisement
65. Extended Assignments in 233/8
66. Requirements for Configuration Management of IP-based Networks
67. Per Hop Behavior Identification Codes
68. CDMA2000 Wireless Data Requirements for AAA
69. An IPv6-to-IPv4 Transport Relay Translator
70. Known HTTP Proxy/Caching Problems
71. Remote Monitoring MIB Extensions for Interface Parameters
Monitoring
72. L2TP Disconnect Cause Information
73. Transmission of IPv6 Packets over IEEE 1394 Networks
74. Generic Routing Encapsulation over CLNS Networks
75. A Framework for Defining Empirical Bulk Transfer Capacity Metrics
76. MGCP Business Phone Packages - Part 1
77. MGCP Business Phone Packages - Part 2
78. End-to-end Performance Implications of Slow Links
79. A URN Namespace for Public Identifiers
80. Delegation of IP6.ARPA
81. PPP Multiplexing
82. Requirements and Functional Architecture for an IP Host Alerting
Protocol
83. End-to-end Performance Implications of Links with Errors

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