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Anti-Sec to release OpenSSH exploit

0x000000 (841725) writes | more than 4 years ago

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0x000000 (841725) writes "In a fine display of hypocrisy Anti-Sec has said they will be releasing the source code to their OpenSSH exploit (versions
"In 48 hours, the anti-sec movement will publicly unveil working exploit code and full details for the zero-day OpenSSH vulnerability we discovered. It will be posted to the Full-Disclosure security list."

Going on to say that 10 hours later they will release worm source code:

"Within 10 hours of the initial release of the OpenSSH 0-day exploit code, anti-sec will be unleashing powerful computer worm source code with the ability to auotmatically find and compromise systems running any and all versions of OpenSSH."

For more information and the replies from full disclosure list members, see the Full Disclosure thread."

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