Debian Linux project released the Openssh security updates for computers powered by its Debian Linux operating systems. It has been discovered that the signal handler implementing the login timeout in Debian’s version of the OpenSSH server uses functions which are not async-signal-safe, leading to a denial of service vulnerability.
DROP (Don’t Route Or Peer) is an advisory “drop all traffic” list, consisting of stolen ‘zombie’ netblocks and netblocks controlled entirely by professional spammers. DROP is a tiny sub-set of the SBL designed for use by firewalls and routing equipment. DROP is currently available as a simple text list, but will also be available shortly […]
This is a good analysis and sort of demonstration for all new Linux admin. It does shows how to do forensic kind of analysis on a cracked box. A good read for everyone ~ if you want to know how Linux server is cracked and turned into a zombie ;)