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Re: screen 4.0.3 local Authentication Bypass - Working on multiple systems
From: Nico Golde <fd () ngolde de>
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 19:11:26 +0200
* Sûnnet Beskerming <info () beskerming com> [2007-06-06 15:19]:
~user(screen) $ echo Once the process is killed, I should not reappear.
Once the process is killed, I should not reappear.
~user(screen) $ ^a+x
Screen used by User <user>.
At this stage we now need to kill the right process. On OS X, screen
ignores the SIGINT sent by ^c, so we need to send it a SIGKILL.
Using your favourite process killer, kill the outer screen pid
(5171). If you vary the process, such as:
What is the point of locking screen with a password if you
have an open shell on the host??? In this case you can just
close the window an reattach the screen session.
Nico Golde - JAB: nion () jabber ccc de | GPG: 0x73647CFF
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