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Re: [NANOG] Re: sorry to ruin several of your evenings...
On Tue, 30 Jan 2001 email@example.com wrote: > > lets see... (from previous discussions on the usefullness of tweeking > the version) > > wearing my blackhat, i have to decide which system is worthty > of my talents... which one should I pick? > > version "bad-ass-bind"; > -or- > version "9.1.0" > > of course I could be running 4.8.1 and simply recompile so it _reports_ > a bogus version but the profile of a 9.1.0 code base is -very- distinct > from a 4.8.1 code base... esp on replies to queries. > > Pick your targets carefully. However if I run a safe version of bind _and_ pay attention to my logfiles I may actually catch a couple of nosy crackerjacks in the attempt and keep an eye out before they find something which _is_ vulnerable. Whether it's operationally sane to use such honeypot functionality on a production server remains to be seen. Pi -- Live phase 1 <--> RJ45 pin 3 GND <--> RJ45 pin 8 Live phase 2 <--> RJ45 pin 6 Live phase 3 <--> RJ45 pin 2 Is this suitable? Neutral <--> RJ45 pin 1 Or should we kill phones too?