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ARCHIVE: 'Phage List' - Archives (1988 - 1989)
DOCUMENT: phage #379 [Re: Security hole in 386i login] (1 message, 494 bytes)
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From: oconnor@sccgate.scc.com (Mike O'Connor)
To: phage
Date: Wed 15:57:06 12/04/1989 EST
Subject: Re: Security hole in 386i login
References: [Thread Prev: 378] [Thread Next: 380] [Message Prev: 378] [Message Next: 380]

	I composed my last message by editing a copy of the message I had
sent to the CERT.  I forgot to delete the sentence that referred to an
example.  I intentionally did not include the example in the general mailing.
	Since sending the last message I broke down and phoned the CERT,
something I probably should have done in the first place.  They have
asked me to not give out the argument to login and to refer callers to
the CERT (412-268-7090).

				Mike

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