|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Re: Advocacy vs. Zealotry vs. Who Cares?!?
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Subject: Re: [hangout] Re: Advocacy vs. Zealotry vs. Who Cares?!?
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On Sat, Sep 04, 2004 at 03:40:28PM -0400, Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS wrote:
> > > Make IE root only to use. chroot the networking DLLs.
> > What would that buy me?
> Dinner and a Movie
> You provide the women, however
> > You can do this on any machine with an inet stack.
> > Don't be ridiculous.
> Say again. I just want to be sure, we are talking about the super damean?
> If so, how are you going to get your program into inet?
No, you said open port 25 and blast the network, I assumed from context
that meant a connect (outgoing) to another host's port 25. This is why
it pays to be unambiguous when writing.
> > I'll assume you're talking about needing to have ROOT access to listen
> > on port 25, this is a WEAKNESS of Unix security. This action should
> > require 'port 25 opener' access, not 'God' access.
> Thats not a weaken, but I agree. There should be another user to open up
> the port. Ideally, I'd like the kernel to allow any access to a port based
> on a simply configuration file.
That would be good.
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