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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm always interested in how these things get hacked, mostly so I can protect myself. What happened?
    • by acme (189) on 2001.11.27 4:38 (#1990) Homepage Journal
      > What happened?

      We were still running a vulnerable version of sshd. The thing is, I'm always worried about upgrading sshd remotely, as it involves a trek down to my colocation place if I get it wrong. However, there are just too many sshd exploits these days and I recommend everyone to upgrade to the latest openssh all the time :-(...