local exploit

From: Q Yai QQ (riki@maiser.unila.ac.id)
Date: 04/09/01

Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 16:34:22 +0700 (JAVT)
From: Q Yai QQ <riki@maiser.unila.ac.id>
To: freebsd-security@FreeBSD.org

hai guys.,.

i wanna ask about Security of FreeBSD 3.4 and 4.x

on FreeBSD-3.4 there are local exploit that hack chpass

i am ever hacked by my user with local-exploit tha can setiud root.,.

then i try to chmod o-x chpass

others cannot exploit on my machines again

but i never find local exploit for FreeBSD-4.1 version

are there big different that 4.1 more secure for exploit ??

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