Re: Odd server side scripts source disclosure vulnerability

From: R. DuFresne (
Date: 08/21/04

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    Date: Sat, 21 Aug 2004 01:50:53 -0400 (EDT)
    To: Hugo Fortier <>

    On Fri, 20 Aug 2004, R. DuFresne wrote:

    > On Fri, 20 Aug 2004, Hugo Fortier wrote:
    > > Seriously, From those header, there is nothing that can help you guess
    > > the OS... If you would had taken a Educated Guess, you would probably
    > > talked about AIX, Solaris, HP-UX , Linux, Windows NT or 2000. And I
    > > don't see why it could not be a S/390
    > >
    > > Well if it do run on Linux... It's likely that it is running on:
    > > Redhat 6.2
    > > Caldera 2.3 e-Server
    > > Caldera 2.4 e-Desktop
    > > Suse 6.4 for INTEL
    > > Suse 7.0 for Linux/390
    > > TurboLinux 6.0.x Server
    > >
    > > And more likely to run on Redhat than any other one...
    > >
    > > The more likely guess is either AIX or Solaris...
    > >
    > > Does IBM have server other than their Mainframe that support Virtual
    > > Machine? It's unlikely to run on a virtual machine on a Intel
    > > computer, because Websphere need aloth of ressource (CPU / Memory)...
    > I beleive IBM has not only suse and redhat under a vm on not only the
    > s390, but also their AIx systems.

    Ahh, please excuse the incorrect information below, it has been a long

    > Of course Websphere, being a sun
    > product actually uses Sun One, which used to be iPlanet, which was once
    > Netscape, does it not?

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