Quoting Beech Rintoul <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
On Saturday 10 March 2007 12:52, Wojciech Puchar said:
can it be set to make possible to login root to machine through
telnet and without telneting to some user and then su -
with sshd and rshd it can be set, with telnetd - no success.
That is a REALLY BAD idea. Why don't you just publish your address and
set the root password to nothing. It's only going to take a cracker a
couple of minutes or less to own your server once they find you (and
In fact, it's such a bad idea that there's a Snort rule for it (and a
really old one at that):
alert tcp $TELNET_SERVERS 23 -> $EXTERNAL_NET any (msg:"TELNET root
:from_server,established; content:"login|3A| root";
Of course, if you really want to do this, I agree with everyone else --
just put your IP on this list, and we'll help you right on out. :-)
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