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SubjectRe: Is there something that can be done against this ???
I'll have to dissapoint you, worked perfect over here
(Kernel 2.2.19, ld version 2.9.5 (with BFD 2.9.5.0.24), libc-2.1.3-141).

feeling uncomfortable,

Ronald


Mircea Ciocan wrote:
>
> 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 !!!.
> I was stunned, and it seem that is the beginning of a Linux Code Red
> lookalike worm :(((( using that exploit, probably this is not the most
> apropriate place to send this, but I'm not subscribed to the glibc
> mailing list and I just hope that some glibc hackers are on linux kernel
> list also and they see that and do something before we join the ranks of
> M$.
>
> Dead worried,
>
> Mircea C.
>
> P.S. Please tell me that I'm just being parnoid and that crap didn't
> work on your systems with a lookalike configuration.
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Name: smile.sh
> smile.sh Type: Bourne Shell Program (application/x-sh)
> Encoding: quoted-printable
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