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Re: Fedora Core 3 Rootkit



Alex Ackerman wrote:

This may seem like an odd request, but I am doing a masters thesis on SELinux and I’m using Fedora Core 3 as a test platform. One of the areas I am trying to test are additional uses for SELinux (beyond the obvious “securing a system”). I’m looking for a rootkit or other known vulnerability that is known to install on a base FC3 system. I’m trying to find out if SELinux can be used in assured secure recovery ops. Any ideas? Thanks!


i do not know where you can find the rootkits


http://freshmeat.net/projects/chkrootkit/
http://www.chkrootkit.org/

The following rootkits, worms and LKMs are currently detected:

01. lrk3, lrk4, lrk5, lrk6 (and variants); 02. Solaris rootkit; 03. FreeBSD rootkit;
04. t0rn (and variants); 05. Ambient's Rootkit (ARK); 06. Ramen Worm;
07. rh[67]-shaper; 08. RSHA; 09. Romanian rootkit;
10. RK17; 11. Lion Worm; 12. Adore Worm;
13. LPD Worm; 14. kenny-rk; 15. Adore LKM;
16. ShitC Worm; 17. Omega Worm; 18. Wormkit Worm;
19. Maniac-RK; 20. dsc-rootkit; 21. Ducoci rootkit;
22. x.c Worm; 23. RST.b trojan; 24. duarawkz;
25. knark LKM; 26. Monkit; 27. Hidrootkit;
28. Bobkit; 29. Pizdakit; 30. t0rn v8.0;
31. Showtee; 32. Optickit; 33. T.R.K;
34. MithRa's Rootkit; 35. George; 36. SucKIT;
37. Scalper; 38. Slapper A, B, C and D; 39. OpenBSD rk v1;
40. Illogic rootkit; 41. SK rootkit. 42. sebek LKM;
43. Romanian rootkit; 44. LOC rootkit; 45. shv4 rootkit;
46. Aquatica rootkit; 47. ZK rootkit; 48. 55808.A Worm;
49. TC2 Worm; 50. Volc rootkit; 51. Gold2 rootkit;
52. Anonoying rootkit; 53. Shkit rootkit; 54. AjaKit rootkit;
55. zaRwT rootkit; 56. Madalin rootkit;



-- shrek-m


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