[Snort-sigs] db entry for sid 206
pbsarnac at ...409...
Sat Mar 9 15:01:03 EST 2002
alert udp $EXTERNAL_NET 60000 -> $HOME_NET 2140 (msg:"BACKDOOR DeepThroat 3.1
CD ROM Open Client Request"; content:"02"; reference:arachnids,106; sid:206;
This signature indicates that a DeepThroat client has ordered a DeepThroat
trojaned machine on $HOME_NET to open its CD-ROM drive.
A remote attacker with DeepThroat access has almost full control of the
trojaned machine, including file manipulation and download, keystoke logging,
password scavenging, and reboot. Additionally, the trojan includes a port
redirector, and IRC bot, and a tool to scan for other DeepThroat infected
machines. There are also prank-type annoyances.
DeepThroat is a full-featured remote access trojan.It contains many kiddie
tools, including window enumeration and manipulation; file searching
launching and deletion; remote graphics display sound playing and wallpaper
alteration; remote website launching and file download; shell alteration(e.g.
hiding systray or Start button), CD-ROM open/closing, mouse button swapping;
screen resolution change, display on/off; password scavenging and screen
capturing. It also includes a remotely activated FTP server, a keystroke
logger, an IRC bot, a port redirector, and a tool to scan for other
DeepThroat servers. Using these tools, an attacker can not only take control
of the infected machine, but can use it as a relay to attack others or scan
for more infected machines from within your network.
Users must be actively enticed into installing the trojan, using any of the
normal social-engineering means. Alternatively, an attacker with physical
access to the machine could simply install it himself.
Ease of Attack:
Very simple. This is a point-and-click tool. The toughest part is convincing
a user to install it, and it could certainly be bound to another binary for
Block UDP port 2140 (standard DeepThroat control port), TCP port 21
(standardDeepThroat FTP server), and TCP port 999 (DeepThroat keyboard
logger). DeepThroat may be set up to run on other ports than those listed
above... removal is the only sure mitigation.
Scan with an anti-virus tool and follow the removal instructions.
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0030 00 01 00 00 00 00 20 46 48 45 50 45 ...... F HEPE
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