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Re: What HTTP exploit?
- From: Vinny Abello
- Date: Mon May 31 11:34:30 2004
At 11:07 AM 5/31/2004, Mike Nice wrote:
I mentioned that too to the original poster, but they didn't seem that
concerned since Apache respawns itself. I thought if it can be crashed by
cramming too much info into a buffer before it's truncated, that's
considered a buffer overflow. I'm no programmer and may be off base here
but it just struck me as odd also. You're not alone Mike. :)
>It seems to be another stupid Microsoft Exploit that just
>causes annoyance for Unix Boxes.
>The only side effect is they fill my dmesg logs with
>signal 11's from apache crashing.
Am I the only one that sees the irony that Apache seg faults from an
attack aimed at Msoft?!
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