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SubjectRe: Is there something that can be done against this ???
	OK, I realized is a hoax, I should look at the code first then cry the
wolf is comming :), but anyhow this crap is VERY effective in
demonstrating to a clueless IT manager that Linux is oh, sooo easy to
break in.
So at least to learn something from this, is there a way to stop
completly that crap ???
My apologies to get you disturbed.


Mircea "washing the egg on his face" C.







Ulrich Drepper wrote:
>
> Mircea Ciocan <mirceac@interplus.ro> writes:
>
> > The attached piece of script kiddie shit is the first one that worked
> > flawlessly on my Mandrake box :((( ( kernel 2.4.7ac2, glibc-2.2.3 ),
> > instant root access !!!.
>
> This is a hoax. Try doing something with your "exploited" shell.
>
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