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Re: login -hBogdan Pelc (pelcfb3-s7.math.tu-berlin.de)
Thu, 8 Dec 1994 09:26:14 +0100
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>>>>> "EA" == Ed Arnold <eraucar.edu> writes: EA> James Bonfield wrote: >> A typical spoof would be: >> >> rlogin targethost -l -htargethost >> >> Then type in the user and password. It'll then appear to last, who and >> probably finger, on targethost that the user has logged in from that >> system, not from remotely. >> >> This bug occurs on several systems, such as DEC OSF/1 V3.0 and >> Concentrix 2.1. I have tried Solaris 2.3 and SunOS 4.1 which both >> appear to be safe from this at first glance. (We haven't got a newer >> SunOS 4.x unfortunately! So I've done no tests on 4.1.3U1.) I expect >> most other systems are safe too. EA> Both 4.1.3_U1 and AIX 3.2.5 appear to be safe ... But not on AIX 3.2.4, on this system this Trick does its work. ____________________________________________________________________________ Bogdan Pelc; Sekr. 6-3, Ma666; Tel: 030-31425746, 030-31422491 pelcmath.tu-berlin.de Do You realize , that this world is totally FUGAZI, where are the poets, where are the visionaries ... (FISH)