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+ - Penetration testing with IPv6->

Submitted by skade88
skade88 (1750548) writes "Linux Pro Magazine has an article up covering a successful exploit that culminates in granting a root shell to the attacker. The root shell is gained over telnet on systems that have a dual network stack (IPv4 && IPv6). The article does not mention if this exploit is present in SSH or if it is just found in telnet. A very good solution would be to not allow telnet connections .... ever."
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