Re: [Full-Disclosure] SSH Exploit Request
From: Ron DuFresne (dufresne_at_winternet.com)
To: Jeremiah Cornelius <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 14:12:42 -0600 (CST)
> But... He may work for an organization that
> a) makes him responsible for function, and isolated from policy influence
> (possibly broken).
> b) in which his manager is politically isolated (broken).
> c) is subject to a DITSCAP-style regime of testing and documentation processes
> - - not broken!
> In any case - it is unhelpful an peevishly arrogant to spit out "change your
> process." O.K. That may be happening over time. What can I do /now/?
> Not pointing out the obvious - gobbles exploit code - leads to this kind of
> meta-thread, which has been the cause of so much grievance to some.
> A simple reply about the exploit and currency would have been entirely on
> topic for the list!
And of course the gobbles code is old and most likely does not fit the
bill for the current need to patch, as was the starting point for the
fairly recently secure programming threads. There might not be current
sploit code to cover the potential risk his version of openssh/openssl is
requiring a patch/fix.
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