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Posted on 07-12-07 18:46
I keep getting these emails from ibank@barklys.co.uk
asking me to put my banking info. into their website :angry:
Take a look at the page: http://leclubtric. . .Member.do/

I have taken a vunerability scan of the website..

64.91.226.62 resolves as host1.hostingseries35.net.

Port 53:
A DNS server is running on this port.

The remote name server could be fingerprinted as being one of the following :
ISC BIND 9.2.1
ISC BIND 9.2.2

postgresql (5432/tcp):
The remote PostgreSQL server might be vulnerable to various flaws
which may allow an attacker who has the rights to query the remote
database to obtain a shell on this host.
[NOTE:Nessus was not able to remotely determine the version of the
remote PostgreSQL server, so this might be a false positive]

https (443/tcp):
Port is open
A SSLv2 server answered on this port
A web server is running on this port through SSL
The remote service encrypts traffic using a protocol with known
weaknesses. [SSL 2.0]

domain (53/tcp)
The remote BIND 9 DNS server, according to its version number, is vulnerable to a
buffer overflow which may allow an attacker to gain a shell on this host or
to disable this server.
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The remote host is running BIND, an open-source DNS server. It is possible
to extract the version number of the remote installation by sending
a special DNS request for the text 'version.bind' in the domain 'chaos'.





Thats just a tiny bit of the scan..

what do ppl recon i should do..?


A. Try to take it down
B. do nothing
C. Send scan results to the server admin


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Posted on 07-12-07 18:56
I think you found something on google then copy and pasted it on here.
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Posted on 07-12-07 18:59
erm, no.. I used a scanner called Tenable Nessus, & used tor and privoxy to anonomize my ip. AND i went through the nessus server: eentelf.dyndns.org i can send you the whole report if you want :xx:

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Posted on 07-12-07 19:05
Go ahead.
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Posted on 07-12-07 19:14
:right:

okay..
I'll upload the file to a file hosting webiste...
gimme a few minutes...
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Posted on 07-12-07 20:11
You don't have a fucking clue what you're doing do you.
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Posted on 07-12-07 20:20
A. Try to take it down


hahahahahaah


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Posted on 07-12-07 21:31
hmmm....well cmon how long does it take to upload a file to your host, takes me all of 10mins,...ok, except for yesterday (major server glitches :angrySmilelol, anyways, do you have any idea wat any of that even means,lol. U have to b4 u could even think of exploiting it anyways. im out.:ninja:


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Posted on 08-12-07 00:29
I think thats another one scared away from bothering us.

or . . .

thats one Huge file hes uploading.


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