the new system

Dan Cuthbert dan at afx.org.uk
Wed Aug 1 14:01:49 BST 2001


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heheh always makes me wonder why people are still using telnet, i mean
let it die in peace, shame!

to tell you the truth i would rather someone from the list, did close
off telnet , before any of the sad (and i mean SAD) defacement krew have
fun


* David Richards (DavidR at eurosoft-uk.com) tapped away like a little monkey:
> I could get root :)
> but for a quick temp messure. Disable telnet until they fix it. I think s=
sh
> is better.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Cuthbert [mailto:dan at afx.org.uk]
> Sent: 01 August 2001 13:56
> To: David Richards
> Cc: 'freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org'
> Subject: Re: the new system
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> Does anyone have root on the box to resolve it?=20
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> * David Richards (DavidR at eurosoft-uk.com) tapped away like a little monke=
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> > and it is still open now. have a look
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> > /test ukug.uk.freebsd.org
> > 7350854 - x86/bsd telnetd remote root
> > by zip, lorian, smiler and scut.
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> > check: PASSED, using 16mb mode
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> >
> #########################################################################=
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> > #
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> > ok baby, times are rough, we send 16mb traffic to the remote
> > telnet daemon process, it will spill badly. but then, there is no
> > other way, sorry...
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> > ## setting populators to populate heap address space
> > ## number of setenvs (dots / network): 31500
> > ## number of walks (percentage / cpu): 496140750
> > ##
> > ## the percentage is more realistic than the dots ;)
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> > percent |--------------------------------------------------------|
> ETA
> > |
> >   0.00% |.                                                       |
> --:--:--
> > |
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> > david
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> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Dan Cuthbert [mailto:dan at afx.org.uk]
> > Sent: 01 August 2001 13:34
> > To: System Admin
> > Cc: freebsd-users at dogma.freebsd-uk.eu.org
> > Subject: Re: the new system
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> > Hmm you and about 50 000 other people have the code (cheers cami *grin)
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> > im sure Dogma was fixed the other day?
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> > * System Admin (root at spaceport.skyforge.net) tapped away like a little
> > monkey:
> > > Hi
> > >    I am not subscribed to the list from this account, but i managed to
> get
> > > ahold of the code for this telnet bug and dogma is not protected.
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> > > Do some thing quicky about it
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> > > david
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Dan



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