[Snort-sigs] Unknown IIS Worm Sigs
john.nagro at ...2420...
Fri Jun 25 07:31:12 EDT 2004
yes, but from what i found, this particular one uses mms:// links, not
ms-its:// links, which was in the original exploit. Can you verify
that? and to comment on the first part, it is actually spread by
infecting iis webservers and putting this code onto the web pages
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 10:22:40 -0400, Brian <bmc at ...95...> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 07:04:50PM -0500, Matthew Jonkman wrote:
> > Reports of a potential 0-day IIS exploit are coming in, best documented
> > at isc.sans.org.
> This is not an IIS exploit. Its an exploit that targets IE.
> In many configurations, the rules being passed around won't work.
> work at all.
> If you are using HttpInspect's flow_depth or Http Flow, then looking
> at most pages isn't going to work.
> We don't ship rules that look for vulnerabilities attacked via
> If you want to catch these attacks, use the rules committed 10 days
> alert tcp $EXTERNAL_NET $HTTP_PORTS -> $HOME_NET any (msg:"WEB-CLIENT
> local resource redirection attempt"; flow:to_client,established;
> content:"Location|3a|"; nocase;
> pcre:"/^Location\x3a\s*URL\s*\x3a/smi"; reference:cve,2004-0549;
> classtype:attempted-user; sid:2577; rev:2;)
> This rule was originally written by nnposter at ...592...
> with only minor mods by me.
> It works well and catches all of the potential variations that use
> this vulnerability.
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