Re: [Full-Disclosure] Re: open telnet port
From: Steve Kudlak (chromazine_at_sbcglobal.net)
To: fulldis <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 08 Sep 2004 15:58:46 -0700
This sort of solution is like when goes to the doctor and says
"It hurts when I do this..." and one does a common normal
hand gesture and the doctor's response is "well don't do that..."
This is kind a response of that is easy for one person to make
and it really never solves the problem.
Alas I can't do to much better, not being a Solaris person, although
I do have a Solaris box to play with, so I might be able to figure out
something. at some point. I would worry if I could do something to
the port and get data through it rather have it just time out. or
I'll ask my friend what he does as the "just don't do x" or just get rid
of x never seems like a good idea. If you try to connect with telnet
rather than ssh to that box it just doesn't go through.
Dave Ewart wrote:
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>On Tuesday, 07.09.2004 at 03:43 -0700, ismail syed wrote:
>>I have some strange problem or may be its starnge to
>>I have closed the Telnet port in Solaris 8 server by
>>hashing inetd but still its listening at port 23,even
>>after giving HUP to inetd.
>>I can do telnet from other machines to this server,
>>its getting connected but not showing login prompt.
>>Please give me solution how to close this port,I dont
>>know any other way just except hashing inetd.
>Not sure this is actually on-topic, but have you considered simply
>*uninstalling* your Telnet daemon. That would seem to be the safest
>thing to do.
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>Cancer Research UK
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