OpenHack 2002 Downloads
As part of our OpenHack 4 security test (which ran from Oct. 22, 2002 to Nov. 8, 2002), we are posting a collection of resources created during the test for use by our readers.As part of our OpenHack 4 security test (which ran from Oct. 22, 2002 to Nov. 8, 2002), we are posting a collection of resources created during the test for use by our readers. Here are descriptions and download links for each file archive. 1. IDS and server hardware usage log reports (909 KB).zip
This archive contains reports from attack data collected by the IntruShield 2600 intrusion detection system and hardware usage (CPU, network, memory, and firewall) statistics collected by the symon monitoring program.
2. Microsoft-provided documentation and scripts (57 KB).zip
This archive contains hardening documentation and scripts provided and used by Microsoft for the servers they managed.
This archive contains a text file describing how eWEEK set up the OpenBSD-based machines used in the test. These machines were our four firewalls, www.openhack.com Web server, domain name server and mail server. 4. OpenHack 2002 app source code (675 KB).zip
This archive contains the source code for the OpenHack test application in three versions: eWEEKs original reference application, Microsofts version and Oracles version. Microsofts version is written in ASP .Net and C#. Oracles version is written in JavaServer Pages and Java. 5. Oracle-provided documentation and scripts (331 KB).zip
This archive contains hardening documentation and scripts provided and used by Oracle for the servers they managed. 6. README for OpenHack 2002 download files.txt
A file describing the contents of the various archives (mostly the same as whats on this Web page). 7. Server backups (including log files) (119 MB).zip
This archive contains contents copied directly from the OpenHack servers. For the OpenBSD servers, it has contents of the following directories: /root, /etc (files changed from the default install only), /home and /var/log. The www.openhack.com server has the full Apache configuration and raw log files. Things you may want to look at in particular are the /etc/pf.conf file on each server which defines the firewall settings used on each machine. The fw.openhack.com server was our main firewall. For the Microsoft servers, this file includes saved event logs and raw Web and URLScan log files. For the Oracle servers, this file contains the Apache configuration and raw Web logs for the Oracle9i Application Server.