ntpd root exploit
brad at linuxbofh.com
Wed Apr 11 20:54:09 PDT 2001
And an entry in the nav bar.
On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 08:25:02PM -0700, ME wrote:
> Thanks Frank. :-)
> Good informatino to post and relay. Many systems come with this
> preconfigured and installed.
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2001, E Frank Ball wrote:
> > P.S. M.E. If you are reading this send the URL of your web page to the
> > list. - thanks
> Lots of links to computer security related items from white hat to black
> and and some borderline grey hat stuff:
> (Most important of these is the link to security focus for info about
> BUGTRAQ - one of the best security mailing lists IMHO.)
> If you have more suggestions for security related or legal issues on
> computer crime for either side, feel free to mention them. (Problem with
> many security sites is they tend to appear and disappear quickly so links
> turn over quickly. This page gains and looses about 2-5 lines per month on
> For networking ISO OSI 7 layer model ++:
> (Also has other networking topics described such as different between
> simplex, half duplex, full duplex, unicast, broadcast etc.) As I have free
> time, I continue to add more to it. The hottest items based on hits are
> the 5 layer model and 7 layer model. Also covered are decomposition of
> TCP, UDP, and ICMP packet headers.
> Lastly, the reverse engineering of the netbooting for macs that I
> performed and then published 1 or 2 years ago and talked about briefly
> at the meeting...
> Constructive criticism welcome.
> (I plan to eventually cover in more detail all of the items outlined in
> the networking section and flesh out other areas with more details, but
> you all know what a precious commodity time can be. :-/ )
Brad Cox, KB1CZQ http://www.linuxbofh.com brad at linuxbofh.com
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