August 26, 2000

OK, well I moved all my web content over to shiva, forwarded 8080, and shut down the web server on roto-router. There will be a few things down for a little while, mainly news and webalizer.

I’ll be able to put up some new content, though… I’m really going wild with the CGI and the SQL stuff, so that’ll be a large part of it. Also, there wont be 8080 vs 8081 issues, which I really didn’t like much. I wish there weren’t a port specification to deal with at all… Damn GTE.

Oh, for those of you who know about my paranoid log watching thingie, yeah I set it up on shiva, so I once again get to watch you all access the site live. And yeah, I’m forwarding all logging from roto-router through to shiva, so I won’t be missing anything. Neat, eh?

August 25, 2000

So potrero is coming up in a bit over about a week. I get to run off to San Diego county, wander around drunk without any pants, hitting on belly dancers… And three days with no technology! (Except the bathroom, must have indoor plumbing)

I still haven’t gotten any submissions for the BhodiSoft Challenge. Come on ladies, get those cameras a’ flashin’.

CA-2000-02 Vulnerability in Feature Common to Most Major Web Browsers

CUSERT® Advisory CA-2000-02 Vulnerability in Feature
Common to Most Major Web Browsers

This advisory is being published jointly by the CUSERT Coordination Center,
d0d-CERT, and the d0d Joint Task Force for Computer User Stupidity (JTF-CUS).

Original release date: April 23, 2000
Last revised: December 25, 2012

A complete revision history is at the end of this file.

Systems Affected

  • Most major web browsing software

Overview

A vulnerability has been discovered in most major web browsers which
provides access to the local hard disk.
This could result in fear, uncertainty, and doubt, which might cause numerous
technical support calls, and chest pains.

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CA-2000-01 Poor Error Handling in Password Authentication May Result in Authentication Failure

This advisory is being published jointly by the CUSERT Coordination Center,
d0d-CERT, and the d0d Joint Task Force for Computer User Stupidity (JTF-CUS).

Original release date: February 19, 2000

Last revised: December 25, 2012

A complete revision history is at the end of this file.

Systems Affected

  • ASCII based Password Authentication Modules

Overview

Poor error handling in many Password Authentication Modules which rely
on ASCII based data-input may result in a failure to authenticate users.
This could result in a denial of service to those users.

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