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An Overview of Exploit Packs (Update 21) Dec 2014

Update December 12, 2014


Reference table : Exploit References 2014







Update Jan 8, 2014

 This is version 20 of the exploit pack table - see the added exploit packs and vulnerabilities listed below.

                                             Exploit Pack Table Update 20                                           
  Click to view or download from Google Apps

I want to give special thanks to Kafeine  L0NGC47,  Fibon and  Curt Shaffer for their help and update they made.  Note the new Yara rules sheet / tab for yara rules for exploit kit.
I also want to thank Kahu securityKafeineMalforsec and all security companies listed in References for their research.

If you wish to be a contributor (be able to update/change the exploits or add yara rules), please contact me :)
If you have additions or corrections, please email, leave post comments, or tweet (@snowfl0w) < thank you!

The Wild Wild West image was created by Kahu Security  - It shows current and retired (retiring) kits.

List of changed kits
Gong Da / GonDad Redkit 2.2 x2o (Redkit Light)Fiesta (=Neosploit)  Cool  Styxy DotkaChef
CVE-2011-3544CVE-2013-2551CVE-2013-2465CVE-2010-0188CVE-2010-0188CVE-2012-5692
CVE-2012-0507CVE-2013-2471CVE-2013-0074/3896CVE-2011-3402CVE-2013-1493
CVE-2012-1723CVE-2013-1493CVE-2013-0431
CVE-2013-0431
CVE-2013-2423
CVE-2012-1889CVE-2013-2460CVE-2013-0634 CVE-2013-1493
CVE-2012-4681CVE-2013-2551 CVE-2013-2423
CVE-2012-5076
CVE-2013-0422
CVE-2013-0634
CVE-2013-2465



Angler FlashPack = SafePack White Lotus Magnitude (Popads)Nuclear 3.x Sweet Orange 
CVE-2013-0074/3896CVE-2013-0074/3896CVE-2011-3544CVE-2011-3402CVE-2010-0188CVE-2013-2423
CVE-2013-0634CVE-2013-2551CVE-2013-2465CVE-2012-0507CVE-2012-1723CVE-2013-2471
CVE-2013-2551 CVE-2013-2551CVE-2013-0634CVE-2013-0422CVE-2013-2551
CVE-2013-5329CVE-2013-2460CVE-2013-2423
CVE-2013-2471 ??CVE-2013-2471CVE-2013-2460
CVE-2013-2551CVE-2013-2551

CK HiManNeutrino  Blackhole (last)Grandsoft  Private EK
CVE-2011-3544CVE-2010-0188CVE-2013-0431CVE-2013-0422CVE-2010-0188 CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2012-1889CVE-2011-3544CVE-2013-2460CVE-2013-2460CVE-2011-3544CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2012-4681CVE-2013-0634CVE-2013-2463*CVE-2013-2471CVE-2013-0422CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2012-4792*CVE-2013-2465CVE-2013-2465*and + all or someCVE-2013-2423CVE-2013-1347
CVE-2013-0422CVE-2013-2551CVE-2013-2551exploitsCVE-2013-2463CVE-2013-1493
CVE-2013-0634* switch 2463*<>2465*from the previousCVE-2013-2423
CVE-2013-3897Possibly + exploitsversionCVE-2013-2460
* removedfrom the previous
version

Sakura 1.x LightsOutGlazunov Rawin Flimkit  Cool EK (Kore-sh)Kore (formely Sibhost) 
cve-2013-2471CVE-2012-1723CVE-2013-2463CVE-2012-0507CVE-2012-1723CVE-2013-2460CVE-2013-2423
CVE-2013-2460CVE-2013-1347cve-2013-2471CVE-2013-1493CVE-2013-2423CVE-2013-2463CVE-2013-2460
and + all or someCVE-2013-1690CVE-2013-2423CVE-2013-2471CVE-2013-2463
exploitsCVE-2013-2465CVE-2013-2471
from the previous
version


Styx 4.0Cool Topic EK Nice EK
CVE-2010-0188CVE-2012-0755CVE-2013-2423CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2011-3402CVE-2012-1876
CVE-2012-1723CVE-2013-0634
CVE-2013-0422CVE-2013-2465
CVE-2013-1493cve-2013-2471
CVE-2013-2423and + all or some
CVE-2013-2460exploits
CVE-2013-2463from the previous
CVE-2013-2472version
CVE-2013-2551
Social Eng








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The Explot Pack Table has been updated and you can view it here.

Exploit Pack Table Update 19.1  - View or Download from Google Apps

If you keep track of exploit packs and can/wish  to contribute and be able to make changes, please contact me (see email in my profile)
I want to thank L0NGC47, Fibon, and Kafeine,  Francois Paget, Eric Romang, and other researchers who sent information for their help.




Update April 28, 2013 - added CVE-2013-2423 (Released April 17, 2013) to several packs. 
Now the following packs serve the latest Java exploit (update your Java!)

  1. Styx
  2. Sweet Orange
  3. Neutrino
  4. Sakura
  5. Whitehole
  6. Cool
  7. Safe Pack
  8. Crime Boss
  9. CritX



Other changes
Updated:
  1. Whitehole
  2. Redkit
  3. Nuclear
  4. Sakura
  5. Cool Pack
  6. Blackhole
  7. Gong Da
Added:
  1. KaiXin
  2. Sibhost
  3. Popads 
  4. Alpha Pack
  5. Safe Pack
  6. Serenity
  7. SPL Pack

    There are 5 tabs in the bottom of the sheet
  1. 2011-2013
  2. References
  3. 2011 and older
  4. List of exploit kits
  5. V. 16 with older credits



March 2013
The Explot Pack Table, which has been just updated, has migrated to Google Apps - the link is below. The new format will allow easier viewing and access for those who volunteered their time to keep it up to date.

In particular, I want to thank
L0NGC47, Fibon, and Kafeine  for their help.

There are 5 tabs in the bottom of the sheet
  1. 2011-2013
  2. References
  3. 2011 and older
  4. List of exploit kits
  5. V. 16 with older credits
The updates include
  1. Neutrino  - new
  2. Cool Pack - update
  3. Sweet Orange - update
  4. SofosFO aka Stamp EK - new
  5. Styx 2.0 - new
  6. Impact - new
  7. CritXPack - new
  8. Gong Da  - update
  9. Redkit - update
  10. Whitehole - new
  11. Red Dot  - new





The long overdue Exploit pack table Update 17 is finally here. It got a colorful facelift and has newer packs (Dec. 2011-today) on a separate sheet for easier reading.
Updates / new entries for the following 13 packs have been added (see exploit listing below)


  1. Redkit 
  2. Neo Sploit
  3. Cool Pack
  4. Black hole 2.0
  5. Black hole 1.2.5
  6. Private no name
  7. Nuclear 2.2 (Update to 2.0 - actual v. # is unknown)
  8. Nuclear 2.1  (Update to 2.0 - actual v. # is unknown)
  9. CrimeBoss
  10. Grandsoft
  11. Sweet Orange 1.1 Update to 1.0 actual v. # is unknown)
  12. Sweet Orange 1.0
  13. Phoenix  3.1.15
  14. NucSoft
  15. Sakura 1.1 (Update to 1.0  actual v. # is unknown)
  16. AssocAID (unconfirmed)  






Exploit lists for the added/updated packs


AssocAID (unconfirmed)
09-'12
CVE-2011-3106
CVE-2012-1876
CVE-2012-1880
CVE-2012-3683
Unknown CVE
5


Redkit
08-'12
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2012-0507
CVE-2012-4681
3

Neo Sploit
09-'12
CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2012-4681
2?

Cool
08-'12
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2011-3402
CVE-2012-0507
CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2012-4681
5

Black hole 2.0
09-'12
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2012-0507
CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2012-4681
CVE-2012-4969 promised
5

Black hole 1.2.5
08-'12
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2007-5659 /2008-0655
CVE-2008-2992
CVE-2009-0927
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2010-1885
CVE-2011-0559
CVE-2011-2110
CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2012-1889
CVE-2012-4681
11

Private no name
09-'12
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2012-4681
3

Nuclear 2.2 (Update to 2.0 - actual v. # is unknown)
03-'12
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2012-1723
CVE-2012-4681
4

Nuclear 2.1 (Update to 2.0 - actual v. # is unknown)
03-'12
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2012-1723
3

CrimeBoss
09-'12
Java Signed Applet
CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2012-4681
3

Grandsoft
09-'12
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2011-3544
2?

Sweet Orange 1.1
09-'12
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2012-4681
4?

Sweet Orange 1.0
05-'12
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2011-3544
3?

Phoenix  3.1.15
05-'12
CVE-2010-0842
CVE: 2010-0248
CVE-2011-2110
CVE-2011-2140
CVE: 2011-2371
CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2011-3659
Firefox social
CVE: 2012-0500
CVE-2012-0507
CVE-2012-0779
11

NucSoft
2012
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2012-0507
2

Sakura 1.1
08-'12
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2010-0806
CVE-2010-0842
CVE-2011-3544
CVE-2012-4681
5


Version 16. April 2, 2012
Thanks to Kahu security
for Wild Wild West graphic 

The full table in xls format - Version 16 can be downloaded from here. 



 










ADDITIONS AND CHANGES:

1. Blackhole Exploit Kit 1.2.3
Added:
  1. CVE-2011-0559 - Flash memory corruption via F-Secure
  2. CVE-2012-0507 - Java Atomic via Krebs on Security
  3. CVE-2011-3544 - Java Rhino  via Krebs on Security
2. Eleonore Exploit Kit 1.8.91 and above- via Kahu Security
Added:
  1. CVE-2012-0507 - Java Atomic- after 1.8.91was released
  2. CVE-2011-3544 - Java Rhino
  3. CVE-2011-3521 - Java Upd.27  see Timo HirvonenContagio, Kahu Security and Michael 'mihi' Schierl 
  4. CVE-2011-2462 - Adobe PDF U3D
Also includes
"Flash pack" (presumably the same as before)
"Quicktime" - CVE-2010-1818 ?
3. Incognito Exploit Pack v.2 and above 
there are rumors that Incognito development stopped after v.2 in 2011 and it is a different pack now. If you know, please send links or files.

Added after v.2 was released:
  1. CVE-2012-0507 - Java Atomic
See V.2 analysis via StopMalvertizing

4. Phoenix Exploit Kit v3.1 - via Malware Don't Need Coffee
Added:
  1. CVE-2012-0507 -  Java Atomic
  2. CVE-2011-3544 -  Java Rhino + Java TC (in one file)

5. Nuclear Pack v.2 - via TrustWave Spiderlabs


  1. CVE-2011-3544 Oracle Java Rhino
  2. CVE-2010-0840 JRE Trusted Method Chaining
  3. CVE-2010-0188 Acrobat Reader  – LibTIFF
  4. CVE-2006-0003 MDAC
6. Sakura Exploit Pack > v.1 via DaMaGeLaB

  1. CVE-2011-3544 - Java Rhino (It was in Exploitpack table v15, listing it to show all packs with this exploit)

7. Chinese Zhi Zhu Pack via Kahu Security and Francois Paget (McAfee)
  1. CVE-2012-0003 -  WMP MIDI 
  2. CVE-2011-1255 - IE Time Element Memory Corruption
  3. CVE-2011-2140 - Flash 10.3.183.x
  4. CVE-2011-2110 - Flash 10.3.181.x 
  5. CVE-2010-0806 - IEPeers

8. Gong Da Pack via Kahu Security 
  1. CVE-2011-2140  - Flash 10.3.183.x
  2. CVE-2012-0003 -  WMP MIDI  
  3. CVE-2011-3544 - Java Rhino 





  1. CVE-2010-0886 - Java SMB
  2. CVE-2010-0840 - JRE Trusted Method Chaining
  3. CVE-2008-2463 - Snapshot
  4. CVE-2010-0806 - IEPeers
  5. CVE-2007-5659/2008-0655 - Collab.collectEmailInfo
  6. CVE-2008-2992 - util.printf
  7. CVE-2009-0927 - getIco
  8. CVE-2009-4324 - newPlayer



Version 15. January 28, 2012

Additions - with many thanks to Kahu Security

 Hierarchy Exploit Pack
=================
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2009-0927
CVE-2010-0094
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2010-0806
CVE-2010-0840
CVE-2010-1297
CVE-2010-1885
CVE-2011-0611
JavaSignedApplet


Siberia Private
==========
CVE-2005-0055
CVE-2006-0003
CVE-2007-5659
CVE-2008-2463
CVE-2008-2992
CVE-2009-0075
CVE-2009-0927
CVE-2009-3867
CVE-2009-4324
CVE-2010-0806


Techno XPack
===========
CVE-2008-2992
CVE-2010-0188
CVE-2010-0842
CVE-2010-1297
CVE-2010-2884
CVE-2010-3552
CVE-2010-3654
JavaSignedApplet


"Yang Pack"
=========
CVE-2010-0806
CVE-2011-2110
CVE-2011-2140
CVE-2011-354




Version 14. January 19, 2012


Version 14 Exploit Pack table additions:

Credits for the excellent Wild Wild West (October 2011 edition) go to kahusecurity.com

With many thanks to  XyliBox (Xylitol - Steven),  Malware Intelligence blog,  and xakepy.cc for the information:

  1. Blackhole 1.2.1  (Java Rhino added, weaker Java exploits removed)
  2. Blackhole 1.2.1 (Java Skyline added)
  3. Sakura Exploit Pack 1.0  (new kid on the block, private pack)
  4. Phoenix 2.8. mini (condensed version of 2.7)
  5. Fragus Black (weak Spanish twist on the original, black colored admin panel, a few old exploits added)
If you find any errors or CVE information for packs not featured , please send it to my email (in my profile above, thank you very much) .
























 
The full table in xls format - Version 14 can be downloaded from here. 

The exploit pack table in XLSX format
The exploit pack table in csv format 

P.S. There are always corrections and additions thanks to your feedback after the document release, come back in a day or two to check in case v.15 is out.



Version 13. Aug 20, 2011

Kahusecurity issued an updated version of their Wild Wild West graphic that will help you learn Who is Who in the world of exploit packs. You can view the full version of their post in the link above.

Version 13 exploit pack table additions:
  1. Bleeding Life 3.0
  2. Merry Christmas Pack (many thanks to kahusecurity.com)+
  3. Best Pack (many thanks to kahusecurity.com)
  4. Sava Pack (many thanks to kahusecurity.com)
  5. LinuQ 
  6. Eleonore 1.6.5
  7. Zero Pack
  8. Salo Pack (incomplete but it is also old)



List of packs in the table in alphabetical order
  1. Best Pack
  2. Blackhole Exploit 1.0
  3. Blackhole Exploit 1.1
  4. Bleeding Life 2.0
  5. Bleeding Life 3.0
  6. Bomba
  7. CRIMEPACK 2.2.1
  8. CRIMEPACK 2.2.8
  9. CRIMEPACK 3.0
  10. CRIMEPACK 3.1.3
  11. Dloader
  12. EL Fiiesta
  13. Eleonore 1.3.2
  14. Eleonore 1.4.1
  15. Eleonore 1.4.4 Moded
  16. Eleonore 1.6.3a
  17. Eleonore 1.6.4
  18. Eleonore 1.6.5
  19. Fragus 1
  20. Icepack
  21. Impassioned Framework 1.0
  22. Incognito
  23. iPack
  24. JustExploit
  25. Katrin
  26. Merry Christmas Pack
  27. Liberty  1.0.7
  28. Liberty 2.1.0*
  29. LinuQ pack
  30. Lupit
  31. Mpack
  32. Mushroom/unknown
  33. Open Source Exploit (Metapack)
  34. Papka
  35. Phoenix  2.0 
  36. Phoenix 2.1
  37. Phoenix 2.2
  38. Phoenix 2.3
  39. Phoenix 2.4
  40. Phoenix 2.5
  41. Phoenix 2.7
  42. Robopak
  43. Salo pack
  44. Sava Pack
  45. SEO Sploit pack
  46. Siberia
  47. T-Iframer
  48. Unique Pack Sploit 2.1
  49. Webattack
  50. Yes Exploit 3.0RC
  51. Zero Pack
  52. Zombie Infection kit
  53. Zopack


----------------------------------------------
Bleeding Life 3.0
New Version Ad is here 

Merry Christmas Pack
read analysis at
kahusecurity.com
  
Best Pack
read analysis at 
kahusecurity.com
Sava Pack
read analysis at
kahusecurity.com
Eleonore 1.6.5 
[+] CVE-2011-0611
[+] CVE-2011-0559
[+] CVE-2010-4452
[-] CVE-2010-0886
Salo Pack
Old (2009), added just for
the collection

Zero Pack
62 exploits from various packs (mostly Open Source pack)
LinuQ pack
Designed to compromise linux servers using vulnerable PHPMyAdmin. Comes with DDoS bot but any kind of code can be loaded for Linux botnet creation.
LinuQ pack is PhpMyAdmin exploit pack with 4 PMA exploits based on a previous Russian version of the Romanian PMA scanner ZmEu. it is not considered to be original, unique, new, or anything special. All exploits are public and known well.


It is designed to be installed on an IRC server (like UnrealIRCD). IP ranges already listed in bios.txt can be scanned, vulnerable IPs and specific PMA vulnerabilities will be listed in vuln.txt, then the corresponding exploits can be launched against the vulnerable server. It is more like a bot using PMA vulnerabilities than exploit pack.
It is using
CVE-2009-1148 (unconfirmed)
CVE-2009-1149 (unconfirmed)
CVE-2009-1150 (unconfirmed)
CVE-2009-1151 (confirmed)




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Version 12. May 26, 2011
additional changes (many thanks to kahusecurity.com)
Bomba
Papka

See the list of packs covered in the list below


The full table in xls format - Version 12 can be downloaded from here.
I want to thank everyone who sent packs and information  :)





Version 11 May 26, 2011 Changes:
    1. Phoenix2.7
    2. "Dloader" (well, dloader is a loader but the pack is  some unnamed pack http://damagelab.org/lofiversion/index.php?t=20852)
    3. nuclear pack
    4. Katrin
    5. Robopak
    6. Blackhole exploit kit 1.1.0
    7. Mushroom/unknown
    8. Open Source Exploit kit






    ====================================================================

    10. May 8, 2011 Version 10        Exploit Pack Table_V10May11
    First, I want to thank everyone who sent and posted comments for updates and corrections. 

    *** The Wild Wild West picture is from a great post about evolution of exploit packs by Kahu Security  Wild Wild West Update


    As usual, send your corrections and update lists.


    Changes:
    • Eleonore 1.6.4
    • Eleonore 1.6.3a
    • Incognito
    • Blackhole
    Go1Pack  (not included) as reported as being a fake pack, here is a gui. Here is a threatpost article referencing it as it was used for an attack 
    Also, here is another article claiming it is not a fake http://community.websense.com/blogs/securitylabs/archive/2011/04/19/Mass-Injections-Leading-to-g01pack-Exploit-Kit.aspx
    Go1 Pack CVE are reportedly
    CVE-2006-0003
    CVE-2009-0927
    CVE-2010-1423
    CVE-2010-1885

    Does anyone have this pack or see it offered for sale?

    Exploit kits I am planning to analyze and add (and/or find CVE listing for) are:

    • Open Source Exploit Kit
    • SALO
    • K0de

    Legend: 
    Black color entries by Francois Paget
    Red color entries by Gunther
    Blue color entries by Mila

    Also, here is a great presentation by Ratsoul (Donato Ferrante) about Java Exploits (http://www.inreverse.net/?p=1687)

    --------------------------------------------------------
     9.  April 5, 2011  Version 9        ExploitPackTable_V9Apr11

    It actually needs another update but I am posting it now and will issue version 10 as soon as I can.

    Changes:
    Phoenix 2.5
    IFramer
    Tornado
    Bleeding life

    Many thanks to Gunther for his contributions.
    If you wish to add some, please send your info together with the reference links. Also please feel free to send corrections if you notice any mistakes

    8. Update 8 Oct 22, 2010 Version 8 ExploitPackTable_V8Oct22-10

    Changes: 
    1. Eleonore 1.4.4 Moded added (thanks to malwareint.blogspot.com)
    2. Correction on CVE-2010-0746 in Phoenix 2.2 and 2.3. It is a mistake and the correct CVE is CVE-2010-0886 (thanks to etonshell for noticing)
    3. SEO Sploit pack added (thanks to whsbehind.blogspot.com,  evilcodecave.blogspot.com and blog.ahnlab.com)


    7. Update 7 Oct 18, 2010 Version 7 ExploitPackTable_V7Oct18-10 released
     thanks to SecNiche we have updates for Phoenix 2.4 :)
      
    We also added shorthand/slang/abbreviated names for exploits for easy matching of exploits to CVE in the future. Please send us more information re packs, exploit names that can be added in the list. Thank you!

     
    6. Update 6 Sept 27, 2010 Version 6 ExploitPackTable_V6Sept26-10 released
     Thanks to Francois Paget (McAfee) we have updates for Phoenix 2.2 and Phoenix 2.3


    5. Update 5. Sept 27, 2010 Version 5 ExploitPackTable_V5Sept26-10 released
    Added updates for Phoenix 2.1 and Crimepack 3.1.3

      
    4 Update 4  July 23, 2010  Version 4 ExploitPackTable_V4Ju23-10 released. Added a new Russian exploit kit called Zombie Infection Kit to the table. Read more at malwareview.com
    Update 3  July 7, 2010. Please read more about this on the Brian Krebs' blog Pirate Bay Hack Exposes User Booty 
    Update 2 June 27, 2010 Sorry but Impassioned Framework is back where it belongs - blue
    Update 1 June 24, 2010 Eleonore 1.4.1 columns was updated to include the correct list of the current exploits.

    Francois Paget  www.avertlabs.com kindly agreed to allow us to make additions to his Overview of Exploit Packs table published on Avertlabs (McAfee Blog)

    Many thanks to Gunther from ARTeam for his help with the update. There are a few blanks and question marks, please do no hesitate to email me if you know the answer or if you see any errors.


    Please click on the image below to expand it (it is a partial screenshot)  Impassioned Framework is tentatively marked a different color because the author claims it is a security audit tool not exploit pack. However, there was no sufficient information provided yet to validate such claims. The pack is temporarily/tentatively marked a different color. We'll keep you posted.


    19 comments:

    1. Phoenix Exploit’s Kit v2.3. It was released in early July 2010 at a cost of USD 2.200.

      One of the most important changes in this release was PDF libtiff support the use of bypass
      ASLR, DEP more for PDF file reader Adobe Reader on your version 8.0-9.3.0 for Windows Vista
      and Windows7.

      • IE MDAC CVE-2006-0003
      • Adobe Flash 9 CVE-2007-0071
      • Adobe Flash 10 CVE-2009-1869
      • Adobe Reader CollectEmailInfo CVE-2007-5659
      • Adobe Reader util.printf CVE-2008-2992
      • Adobe Reader Collab GetIcon CVE-2009-0927
      • Adobe Reader newPlayer CVE-2009-4324
      • Adobe Reader LibTiff CVE-2010-0188
      • Adobe PDF SWF CVE-2010-1297
      • Adobe Reader/Foxit Reader PDF OPEN CVE-2009-0836
      • Java HsbParser.getSoundBank (GSB) CVE-2009-3867
      • Java Runtime Environment (JRE) CVE-2008-5353
      • Java SMB CVE-2010-0746
      • IE iepeers CVE-2010-0806
      • Windows Help Center (HCP) CVE-2010-1885
      • IE SnapShot Viewer ActiveX CVE-2008-2463 optional

      ReplyDelete
    2. Highly appreciate your efforts to provide this valuable table and keep it up-to-date.

      Thank you.

      I'd found http://ratnetw0rk.blogspot.com/ doing a similar effort - look out for the "CVE Exploit Kit list" on the right. Maybe you guys should team up if you have'nt already.

      ReplyDelete
    3. The libtiff DEP bypass wasn't included until late july in Phoenix.

      ReplyDelete
    4. Here is the XLS in Google Docs:

      https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=txCKbjxeFWCpd4tprRHmzOg&hl=en#gid=0

      I was curious as to the price of these exploit packs?

      ReplyDelete
    5. Mila,

      Do you know any "An overview of botnets" that anyone is tracking/keeping anywhere? I'd love to have something like this for the various botnets currently out there.

      ReplyDelete
    6. Mila,

      Do you expect to add the Blackhole exploit kit to the list?

      http://research.zscaler.com/2011/04/uspsgov-website-infected-with-blackhole.html

      ReplyDelete
    7. Websense outlines the list of exploits in the Blackhole Exploit Kit(Feb 2011)

      http://community.websense.com/blogs/securitylabs/pages/black-hole-exploit-kit.aspx

      List is near the bottom of the blog post.

      ReplyDelete
    8. INCOGNITO
      CVE-2004-0549
      CVE-2007-5659/2008-0655
      CVE-2008-2992
      CVE-2009-0927
      CVE-2009-4324
      CVE-2010-0842
      CVE-2010-0886
      CVE-2010-1885


      BLACKHOLE
      CVE-2006-0003
      CVE-2007-5659/2008-0655
      CVE-2008-2992
      CVE-2009-0927
      CVE-2009-1671
      CVE-2010-0840
      CVE-2010-0842
      CVE-2010-0886
      CVE-2010-1423
      CVE-2010-1885


      -Tex-

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    9. G01PACK
      CVE-2006-0003
      CVE-2009-0927
      CVE-2010-1423
      CVE-2010-1885

      -Tex-

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    10. CVE-2010-0806 (IEPeers) in Blackhole v1.1.0 is missing from Update 12.

      Source: http://scriptkiddiesec.blogspot.com/2011/05/black-hole-exploit-kit-110.html

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    11. Ohhh my mistake. IEPeers was removed from v1.1.0, which means it was in v1.0.x most likely. That fact is missing from the XLS.

      See Blackhole Release Notes near end of entry: http://scriptkiddiesec.blogspot.com/2011/05/black-hole-exploit-kit-110.html

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    12. hello friend came 2 more sources
      that news came out on twitter and I looked on these packs:).....
      Captures
      http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/120/buscando.png
      http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/1226/notforsale.png

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRMz5wNSMWA&feature=player_embedded

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=888zyBQALqc&feature=player_embedded

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    13. ha these are great videos and info, thanks :D

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    14. Hi Mila, Good work by collecting the Exploit Kits.
      I'm not trying to be childish but I can't open the xls file for "The full table in xls format - Version 14 ", so I am re-edit that xls by text editor to review the data of it, like below:
      https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Y0vyRB4EPIw/Tx1QFF89OhI/AAAAAAAADR4/8Buo2rEij2M/s506/002.jpg
      Kinda hard, so It would be appreciate it if you can save the xls into CSV? Thank's!

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    15. Great, will mail some small corrections

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    16. Where did you get information about AssocAID ??

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    18. There is a new exploit kit CK exploit kit something like Gong Da Exploit.

      http://www.cysecta.com/2013/04/14/the-ck-exploit-kit-net-booms-metamorphosis/

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