[Snort-users] SID 1156

Alberto Gonzalez albertg at ...7909...
Sat Jan 11 07:02:05 EST 2003


That looks to me like the Chunked Encoding Apache Vulnerability. You can
check out the actual exploit code for it on packetstorm [1] and cert [2]
has
An official advisory (which is never useful). If this isn't it,
whoops... It's Way too early to be snorting anyway.

Cheers!
	Alberto Gonzalez

[1] - http://packetstorm.decepticons.org/0206-exploits/apache-nosejob.c
[2] - http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-2002-17.html

PS: Don't cross posts on the various lists, I just noticed when I hit
"reply-all" that you sent both to snort-users and snort-sigs.... thanks!

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Singh
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Subject: [Snort-users] SID 1156

I got close to 40 alerts on this rule. It triggers if the content
matches
2f2f2f2f2f2f2f2f and it's classified as an Apache DOS attempt. Does
anyone
know which vulnerability in Apache is this exploit for ?

Thanks.







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