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Re: OpenServer 5.0.6 OpenServer 5.0.7 : chroot A known exploit can break a chroot prison.
From: "KF (lists)" <kf_lists () digitalmunition com>
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 17:00:56 -0400

Vincent van Scherpenseel wrote:

On Wednesday 11 May 2005 20:44, KF (lists) wrote:
Anyone ever wonder why all their security advisories come out for known
issues two years after they have been found?

Anyone ever wonder why they STILL use a vulnerble version of wu ftpd on
one of their main servers?

Connected to ftpput.sco.com.
220 artemis FTP server (Version 2.1WU(1)) ready.
Name (ftpput.sco.com:doucheknob):

Move along... nothing to see here but a decrepid OS that no one cares
about.
-KF

Keep in mind that you shouldn't fully rely on service banners. These are easily faked to keep the script kiddies away. I know, that's security through obscurity, but not the whole world is Full Disclosure.

- Vincent van Scherpenseel


keep in mind that this has been like this for *YEARS*. I highly doubt they have gone through the trouble of faking output for the format string vulnerability. Telnet to the port and test the site exec shit by hand yourself... although I have not checked I would almost bet you get memory addresses popping up.

I actually spoke to previous sco admins about it when I used to work with them on security issues. At the time they could not track down the admin of the box... after the caldera merger I would imagine it just sat there.

http://lists.grok.org.uk/pipermail/full-disclosure/2003-August/008577.html

-KF
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