[Snort-sigs] Documentation: SID 289
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Fri Jun 20 09:06:02 EDT 2003
POP3 EXPLOIT x86 SCO overflow
This is an attempt to exploit a buffer overflow in the POP3 service.
An attacker can gain access to a shell running with root privileges.
This signature looks for a piece of shell code (executable code) that is
used to exploit a known vulnerability in an older version of the POP3
daemon distributed with SCO Unix.
The attack is done remotely and gives the attacker a command shell
running with root privileges.
Ease of Attack:
Simple. An exploit is readily available.
Security patches are available from SCO.
Rule Documentation - Steven Alexander<alexander.s at ...1565...>
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