OSEC

Neohapsis is currently accepting applications for employment. For more information, please visit our website www.neohapsis.com or email hr@neohapsis.com
Bugtraq archives for 4th quarter (Oct-Dec) 1994: Internet worm source code

Internet worm source code

Richard A Childers (pascalnetcom.com)
Fri, 14 Oct 1994 07:18:07 -0700

"Does anyone know if the source for the famous "Internet Worm" is
 available? I've read documents on the worm of all sorts, thouroughly
 enjoyed all of them, but want to actually -see- the source code!"

Cornell published a detailed report on the incident and the code a
few years ago. ( A quick scan of my shelves did not reveal it, alas,
otherwise I'd be able to give more specific information. ) The docu-
-ment was quite thick and copiously detailed.


"I can't imagine -why- the source wouldn't be out there by now -- After
 all, every bug exploited by the worm has been (I think) long since 
 fixed."

Au contraire, mon ami ...


-- richard

    "I gathered I wasn't very well liked. Somehow, the feeling pleased me."
		    _Nine Princes In Amber_, by Roger Zelazny

   richard childers        san francisco, california        pascalnetcom.com