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DOCUMENT: phage #220 [Re: yet another ftpd hole (on Suns)] (1 message, 450 bytes)
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From: "Matt Crawford" <matt@oddjob.uchicago.edu>
To: phage
Date: Wed 23:17:26 09/11/1988 EST
Subject: Re: yet another ftpd hole (on Suns)
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> rtm's worm exploited what I assume is the first of multiple
> gaping and not-so-gaping holes in unix security.

Far from the first.  There used to be a sendmail "WIZ" command
that made the DEBUG hole look microscopic by comparison.

				Matt

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