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DOCUMENT: phage #197 [Re: yet another ftpd hole (on Suns)] (1 message, 607 bytes)
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From: Edward Vielmetti <[email protected]>
To: phage
Date: Wed 12:08:26 09/11/1988 EST
Subject: Re: yet another ftpd hole (on Suns)
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>Subject: Security hole in Sun FTP
>Index:	/usr/src/usr.etc/ftpcmds.y SunOS 3.2

>	Haven't we had enough problems lately? Believe me, it's there.

Pete, could you pass along the detailing instructions for exploiting
this hole to someone on this campus ?  There are a number of Suns
on this campus, and I need to be able to verify that they have
the problem you mentioned and show it to the "responsible people"
right before their very eyes before they are willing to fix things.

Honeyman would be the logical choice, or give me a call (313-936-2653).