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Thread: Need remote exploits for Ubuntu/WinXP for educational work ..

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    Default Need remote exploits for Ubuntu/WinXP for educational work ..

    Hey all ... Well I have a really strange questions to ask ... I'm a university student taking a Network Security course, and I have an upcoming lab in which our class would be split up into groups and would be issued ubuntu or Windows XP Service Pack 1 computers, and our task would be to exploit vulnerabilities in each others systems .. I know that the systems that would be given to us would have Ubuntu 7.10 or Windows XP Service Pack 1 installed on them .. although it would be just a bare OS install (i.e. no additional security patches are applied) .. any mods we need to apply to harden the system would be up to us .. So basically what I'm asking is for a list of ubuntu/Windows XP exploits which I can practice before the lab ...

    I have come across one website which archives exploits, but all the exploits I've seen there assume something about the victim OS ... e.g. the user needs to open some webpage to start the exploit, or it needs to open a site which is set as Trusted, or it needs to have some specific programs installed, etc ... We can't do this as the victim computers won't be under our physical control ... The only thing we know for sure will be running on all systems are the following services (this is part of the rules for this lab, that the following services need to run on all systems .. teams cannot stop these services to avoid getting compromised):

    Service Port
    ------- ----
    SSH 22
    Telnet 23
    SMTP (*) 25
    HTTPS 443
    MulticastZoo 446
    XMPP/Jabber 5222
    MySql (**) 3306

    So basically I am in need of exploits which exploit vulnerabilities in any one of the above services ..

    Thanks in advance ...

    (here's to hoping that none of my class mates are reading this ) .. :P

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    Nobody will do your homework here.
    Surely google is a nice tool for a lot of some research on your own. The solution is right in front of your eyes.........

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    You can search for exploits here : Metasploit Penetration Testing Framework - Module Browser
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