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    SubjectRe: SO_REUSEADDR redux
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    > This application uses SO_REUSEADDR in conjunction with INADDR_ANY.  What
    > it does is bind() to INADDR_ANY, then listen(). Then, it proceeds to
    > bind (but _not_ listen) various other specific addresses.

    That should be ok if its setting SO_REUSEADDR

    > not a security problem: what's really the problem is having two
    > _listens_. As long as you're only listening on the one, I don't see how
    > connections/packets could be stolen.

    UDP.

    In fact the classic exploit consisted of binding to port 2049 witha specific
    connect address set on UDP and stealing NFS packets..

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