Unix and Linux Server FTP vulnerability found
Stephen.Dawes at gov.calgary.ab.ca
Mon Dec 3 14:02:46 EST 2001
You know as much as I do!
PH: (403) 268-5527.
Mailto: sdawes at gov.calgary.ab.ca
From: Thomas Stivers [mailto:stivers_t at mail.utexas.edu]
Sent: 2001 December 03 10:30 AM
To: speakup at braille.uwo.ca
Subject: Re: Unix and Linux Server FTP vulnerability found
It doesn't sound like this applies to proftp, is that true?
stivers_t at mail.utexas.edu
----- Original Message -----
From: Dawes, Stephen <mailto:Stephen.Dawes at gov.calgary.ab.ca>
To: Speakup at Braille. Uwo. Ca <mailto:Speakup at Braille. Uwo. Ca (E-mail)>
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 9:45 AM
Subject: Unix and Linux Server FTP vulnerability found
I am attaching an article that I read this morning, that anyone on the
list concerned with getting hacked, should read! Especially those of
you who are allowing FTP connections.
For myself, I am going to close FTP on my firewall until I have a chance
to dig further into this one.
<<Unix and Linux server FTP vulnerability found.htm>>
Stephen Dawes <B.A., B.Sc.>
The City of Calgary
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