This is all over the place by now: telnet in Solaris 10 has a vulnerability that allows you to login as any user, without even the need of a special exploit tool, just by passing certain options to the telnet command line. I just tested it in my Nexenta box, and it works. Honestly, I hadn’t even noticed that telnet was enabled by default. It really should ship disabled, given that ssh comes installed by default on pretty much every box out there these days.
- Going home
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- Kuroshio Sea – 2nd largest aquarium tank in the world – (song is Please don't go by Barcelona)
- Toothpaste For Dinner – Antidextrous
- Posterous keeps getting better
- things2thl – migrate from Things to The Hit List
- Long time no see! Short update.
- Happy New Year!
- WordPress 2.7
- Faster version of "Clean downloads stack"