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Re: zotob C&C servers

  • From: Michael Grinnell
  • Date: Mon Aug 15 14:50:27 2005


We haven't seen it yet on our network, but I was hoping somebody might have a text dump or packet capture of the C&C traffic that they would be willing to send me so I can tune our IDS to recognize it. I already have exploit rules loaded, just wanted to see if the C&C traffic varied significantly from the (relatively) standard *bot variety.

Thanks,

Michael Grinnell
Network Security Administrator
The American University
e-mail: grinnell@american.edu

On Aug 15, 2005, at 3:13 PM, Gadi Evron wrote:


Hi guys.

Zotob, once infected, connects the machine to a botnet C&C (command & control) server.
Due to the extremely rapid spread of these worms, here is the C&C servers information that has been confirmed so far:

62.193.233.52:8080
84.244.7.62:8080
204.13.171.157:8080
62.193.233.4:8080

ASN | IP | Responsible Party
-----------------------------------------------------------
12832 | 84.244.7.62 | LYCOS-EUROPE Lycos Europe GmbH
19742 | 204.13.171.157 | MARLIN - Marlin eSourcing Solu
28677 | 62.193.233.52 | AMEN AMEN Network
28677 | 62.193.233.4 | AMEN AMEN Network

For your information and possible follow-up on your networks. This is spreading too quickly that wider activity is necessary.

For comments back to the drone armies & botnets research and mitigation mailing list, please go through our new PR team lead, "Fergie (Paul Ferguson)" <fergdawg@netzero.net>.

Gadi.





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