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Cracked! Part 4: The Sniffer Print E-mail
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Source: Rootprompt.org --   - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Intrusion Detection Noel continues the story of when some Unix boxes that he helped admin were cracked. This article tells how they found the sniffer that the cracker was running on their network and what they did next. "We had thousands of . . . Noel continues the story of when some Unix boxes that he helped admin were cracked. This article tells how they found the sniffer that the cracker was running on their network and what they did next. "We had thousands of logins each day from a large selection of places all over the world. Many of these users then connected to other systems using telnet or FTP. Each time one of our users connected to a system somewhere else the cracker had a new door that he could open. A new system that he could crack or just use to store things. To run his port redirector all he needed was a regular user account on a machine and then he had a new system to cover his tracks with. "

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studentWritten by M.Srikanth on 2006-02-18 09:44:47
i want the sniffer
studentWritten by m.srikanth on 2006-02-18 09:46:16
hi i want the sofw ware of sniffer

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