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Any risk of attack when using hg?
From: Harry <zmsquf99 () naver com>
Date: Mon, 24 May 2010 11:58:44 +0900

Dear list,

I wonder if there are any risks of attack from crackers if I run
mercurial daemon
with no authorization. I don't care anonymous users clone my source code or
push/pulls their changesets. But if there is a possibility to crack my server
thorough hg, it can be a big problem. So I want to know whether this can be
a problem.

Hg runs with HTTP, and only has permission of normal user. Remote user can
access the repository via the command: hg clone http://***.***.***.***:**** .
Thank you.

--
Harry

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