Subject: Re: $HOSTALIASES thing.
To: Robert Elz <kre@munnari.OZ.AU>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 11/05/2000 11:46:53
> | does it also ban also affect sockets with SO_REUSEPORT set? does the
> | error occur on the bind() or the listen()?
>The more relevant point is that as shipped now, super-secure
>NetBSD has no telnet (or rlogin, or ...) servers running on it.
>That means that, other than privports, there's no way to stop
>any random user running a "pretend" telnet server on an out of
>the box NetBSD system. Of course, we do have privports, so
>it is all more or less OK... ie: privports aren't useless.
well...that may be true, but look at it like this: if i *start* a
telnet server, it's because i'm going to *have* people logging in. if
*have* people logging in, i *don't* want them to be able to install a
fake telnetd on port 23. or rlogind where there previously was not
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