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Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 23:35:34 +0400
From: egor duda <deo AT logos-m DOT ru>
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Subject: rshd uses pipes to communicate with shell
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  is there some special reason for using pipes in rshd? this breaks
programs that rely on getpeername() for additional security check when
they're called from rshd.

yeah, i know, i know, rshd is evil :), but nevertheless.

egor.            mailto:deo AT logos-m DOT ru icq 5165414 fidonet 2:5020/496.19

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